Most Klamath County residents have driven past a sign for the Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway, its illustrated snowcapped peak framed by evergreen trees and a soaring bald eagle for good measure. From the rim of Crater Lake to the wetlands of Lower Klamath National Wildlife Refuge, the route pa…
As a young girl, Kelly Waterman-Raye imagined working in a restaurant.
In 1873, the U.S. executed four Modoc leaders at Fort Klamath, unfairly trying them as war criminals following the Modoc War. As the trap doors of the gallows crashed down with a thud and the warriors’ bodies swung, hundreds of tribal members who had been forced to watch the hanging let out …
What a year to own a small business. What a year to run a small business. What a year to work at a small business. Heck, what a year to just be alive and trying to pay your mortgage or your rent.
Myrna’s Travel, which has helped Klamath residents book trips for nearly three decades, occupies a light-filled corner suite on the third floor of Century Plaza Square.
It's safe to say Shelley Trumbly has found her footing in nonprofit operation since opening Solid Ground Equine Assisted Activities and Therapy Center in 2017.
An employee at the Dutch Bros Coffee at 3255 Washburn Way has tested positive for COVID-19, according to a news release from the company.
Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) enforcement staff will fan out across the state during the 2020 Independence Day holiday weekend to ensure that restaurants and bars and their customers are complying with state alcohol laws, OLCC rules, and the Governor’s social distancing requirements.
Governor Kate Brown approved Klamath County for phase two of reopening to begin Friday in a Thursday afternoon letter.
The Klamath County Board of Commissioners sent a letter to Governor Kate Brown’s office Friday requesting Klamath County be approved to move into phase two of reopening by June 5.
YREKA, CA — As of Tuesday, May 26, Siskiyou County Public Health announced the reopening of places of worship for religious services, in-store retail shopping, hair salons and nail salons with modifications that follow the standard guidelines located at the Siskiyou County Public Health Division.
Public health measures implemented in March to combat the rapid spread of COVID-19 are having an unprecedented economic impact on Oregon and the United States. April provides the first full month of data measuring the initial impact on businesses and the unemployed, according to a news release.