The entrepreneurial story of Norm and Virginia Small, founders of Yummy’s Catering Cowboy Cuisine, will be told by Norm at the Oct. 16 IDEA Talk, 5:30 to 8 p.m., at MC’s on Main in downtown Klamath Falls, according to a news release.
Registration is available for a two-day Bureau of Labor and Industries “Effective Supervisory Practices” seminar, which will be hosted by Klamath Community College, according to a news release. The seminar is for business owners and employees with a focus on improving their skills.
LAKEVIEW — Emerging like a phoenix from the ashes of a failed renewable energy project gone awry, Lakeview is already seeing economic benefits from the development of an over $320 million renewable fuels facility now under construction.
An open house regarding a proposed new parking model for downtown Klamath Falls brought 15 to 20 people to the Ross Ragland Cultural Center Wednesday night.
Leadership Klamath, a Klamath County Chamber of Commerce program for emerging and existing leaders in the Klamath Basin, has announced the Leadership Klamath Class of 2020. The 29 individuals will be the 31st graduating class since the program was founded in 1989.
The Klamath Basin Second Chance Summit hosted at Klamath Community College last week was attended by more than 50 people interested in learning more about welcoming former inmates into the workforce.
Over-the-year job losses accelerated in Klamath County in August due to a sharp decline in professional and business services. The employment situation remains largely unchanged in Lake County over the past year.
A local union representing grocery workers from across Oregon and Southwest Washington has called for an immediate boycott of Fred Meyer stores and departments in the region. Union officials say the move comes after recent alleged harassment of unionized employees by higher-ups.
On Friday, millions of people around the world walked out of school or work to gather in protest. Their mission, to encourage government leaders to make changes for the protection of the environment.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Wednesday announced Heather Tramp, executive director of the Klamath County Chamber of Commerce graduated from its premier business leadership program, according to a news release. The inaugural Business Leads Fellowship Program trai…
It is a new take on a classic old world tradition when the first Klamath Basin Oktoberfest is held at the Bill Collier Community Ice Arena on Saturday, Sept. 21.
Don your Alpine hat and be ready to mug local microbrews as the Klamath Basin takes on a classic old world tradition during Oktoberfest at the Bill Collier Community Ice Arena Saturday.
These days, one may tend to become blazé when it comes to the range of available surgeries employed to repair the human body. Knee and hip replacements almost seem run-of-the-mill. That’s thanks to tremendous advancements in technology, equipment and training.
Wholesome Family Medicine has announced it has a new physician, Dr. Sonja Halsey, ND, who has recently joined their practice, according to a news release. Dr. Halsey is offering Naturopathic Primary Care along with Prolotherapy orthopedic injections. For more information, visit wholesomefami…
Klamath Health Partnership welcomes Jan Hallock, DO, as its newest medical provider.