Robert Mulcare, benefits specialist at the Klamath Insurance Center in Klamath Falls, recently received the registered employee benefit consultant designation from The National Association of Health Underwriters.
Starting this weekend, Hustlin’ Owls fans will have a new, frothier way to support Oregon Tech athletics.
As he painted a wall in his store “Pac Man Yellow,” Jim Turner recalled the way he and his wife, Sarah, sit down at the end of a long day with some wine and a vinyl record playing music in their house.
Klamath County has more than $600,000 in additional funding to address COVID-19 impacts on local businesses, and it’s eager to distribute it.
Just in time for summer, Downtown Klamath Falls constructed its first pedlet in front of Mermaid Garden Café Tuesday morning, allowing customers to enjoy a meal outside on what was once bare sidewalk.
The South Central Oregon Economic Development District received a rural business development grant to unify and uplift local farmers, ranchers, specialty producers, and restaurateurs in the Klamath Basin by creating a common local food brand.
It seems like there’s room to disagree on anything these days, but I bet you’d be hard pressed to find someone who doesn't think tacos taste better when you eat them on the street. They’re one of the world’s most iconic handheld foods, made for angling your head to get the perfect bite and d…
Lunchgoers at Taste of India, near the Running Y Resort, beamed as their dishes were delivered to their table on a sunny Saturday afternoon in late March. One diner eagerly lifted a fragrant dish to his nose, smelling the fragrant aroma as his friends looked on in anticipation.
Walk into your average sports bar and you may see walls adorned with vintage jerseys and photos of professional athletes. Maybe there’s a collectible game ball or a megaphone thrown in there too—something to make the games you're there to watch come alive.
Solid Ground Equine-Assisted Activities & Therapy Center was awarded a $15,000 grant from the Oregon Community Recovery Fund and a $5,000 grant from the Olsrud Family Fund of Oregon Community Foundation to support the local response to the coronavirus.
Red Rock Biofuels logistics manager Will Roberts told the Lakeview Rotary Club April 21 that the proposed multi-million dollar biofuel project planned for Lake County has run out of money and will need to sell bonds to get back on track.