The Klamath Falls City Council will discuss proposed changes for the Oregon Department of Human Services building planned for the TimberMill Shores development at Tuesday’s council meeting.
Finding your local farmer wasn’t hard to do Wednesday afternoon at the fourth annual “Find Your Farmer” event, hosted by Blue Zones Project – Klamath Falls in conjunction with the OSU Klamath Basin Research and Extension Research Center (KBREC).
LAKEVIEW – The Lakeview Federal Sustained Yield Unit, also known as the Lakeview Federal Stewardship Unit, on the Fremont-Winema National Forest was officially discontinued Thursday, according to a Forest news release.
Natural Grocers opened with a bang in Klamath Falls Wednesday. According to a store employee, the store gave away its 100 prize bags filled with kitchen supplies in just about five minutes and the store at 2800 S. Sixth St. in the Jefferson Square shopping mall was packed, despite harsh wint…
Walls are going up and roofs are going down on two construction projects currently underway in Klamath Falls.
Individuals representing numerous organizations in Klamath County spent Thursday and Friday last week dreaming big for Klamath County schools and their students.
Klamath Falls Downtown Association (KFDA) announced Friday, Jan. 10, that they have launched a matching fund drive to support the Ross Ragland Theater’s “Let’s Light the Tower!” capital campaign, according to a news release.
As Cascade Health Alliance (CHA) began its new five-year contract with the state, Gov. Kate Brown and Oregon Health Authority Director, Pat Allen, visited the board of directors and leadership team in Klamath Falls on Tuesday to learn about its successes to date and its plans for the coming years.
The entrepreneurial stories of two Keno residents will be shared at the Wednesday, Jan. 15 IDEA Talk at MC’s on Main, from 5:30 to 8 p.m., in downtown Klamath Falls, according to a news release.
Patrick Schacht is a busy man. The 29-year-old owns Pristine Auto Spa in Klamath Falls.
Natural Grocers will open its first Klamath Falls store in the Jefferson Square shopping complex in mid-January. The first day of business at the newly renovated location, at 2800 S. Sixth St., will be Wednesday, Jan. 15. There will be a ribbon-cutting at 8:25 a.m. at the store.
PORTLAND — Graham Trainor has taken the helm at one of the state's largest labor groups at a time when workers in Oregon — already a strong union state — appear emboldened, engaging in ambitious bargaining, strikes and demonstrations.
Despite notable job losses over the past year in Klamath County, the unemployment rate remains little changed near historic low levels. Lake County’s employment situation is largely unchanged over the past year, according to a report from the Oregon Employment Department.
The Klamath County Chamber of Commerce is accepting business nominations for its 99th Annual Awards Gala, according to a news release. This Hollywood-style awards show is scheduled for Jan. 11 at the Ross Ragland Theater.
A report of a suspicious envelope that potentially contained a hazardous substance resulted in the evacuation of employees at a Klamath Falls business Thursday afternoon, according to a news release from the Klamath County Sheriff’s Office.