The Klamath Falls City Council Monday voted to enter into a development agreement with Confluence Klamath Falls, for the Balsiger block property at the corner of Main and Esplanade streets.
After Black Friday came Small Business Saturday, which continued the holiday shopping rush by drawing people into downtown for deals and the many shops that line the downtown corridor.
The city of Klamath Falls has created an online survey in order to get more community feedback for the Downtown Economic District.
A new partnership between Klamath Community College and Lithia Motors will place nine KCC students at three Klamath Falls dealerships, according to a KCC news release.
Basin Transit Service will introduce a new bus service route, the Shopping Express, on Monday, Dec. 2, according to a news release.
The 2019 Leadership Klamath cohort stopped by Klamath Family Head Start on Thursday Nov. 21, and were given an information and a tour of the pre-school program.
Applications for the 2020-21 Grange Co-op and Rogue Co-op Scholarships are now being accepted, according to a news release. Grange Co-op will award eight $1,500 scholarships to high school seniors. The Rogue Co-ops will award one $2,000 scholarship to a high school senior. Rogue Co-ops is a …
Klamath Community College and a Rogue Valley trucking academy have teamed up to get more Klamath Basin residents behind the wheel of a big rig.
Cascade Health Alliance (CHA) announced Thursday that one of its community partners, Kathy Puffenbarger, of Klamath Walk-In Care has decided to retire. The clinic will close Friday, Nov. 22. A long-time resident and nurse practitioner in Klamath Falls, Puffenbarger came to the area 30 years …
Crater Lake Zipline will remain open for winter zipline adventures through the new year, according to a news release. In the past, the tree-to-tree zipline adventure staff have put away harnesses, helmets and trolleys by mid-November, in anticipation of the coming snow. This season Crater La…
Downtown parking, and camping on private property were the biggest topics of discussion at Monday’s regularly scheduled city council meeting.
Recent revisions revealed that job losses in Klamath County were more pronounced than initially estimated. The county lost more than 600 jobs over the past year. Lake County’s employment situation is largely unchanged, according to a news release from the state of Oregon Employment Department.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission says a proposed natural gas pipeline and export facility in Southern Oregon would cause significant environmental impacts, but those impacts can minimized.
A suspicious package reported at a Klamath Falls grocery store Saturday afternoon proved to have posed no threat, according to a news release from the Klamath County Sheriff’s office.
The Klamath Falls city council will meet for a regularly scheduled meeting on Monday at 7 p.m. in the council chambers at 500 Klamath Ave.
About 20 community members gathered at the Ross Ragland cultural center Wednesday night to share with city officials what they would like to see from the downtown Economic Improvement District.
Downtown property owners will learn about an Economic Improvement District fund and advise the City of Klamath Falls on how they would like to see the fund used during a 6 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 13 meeting in the Ross Ragland Cultural Center.