The Klamath County Chamber of Commerce’s executive committee voted unanimously last week to support local businesses that choose to reopen against Oregon Health Authority guidelines.
Klamath Falls patrons rang in the New Year Thursday night with food and drinks on the patio of Fable PNW, formerly known as Mr. B’s Steakhouse. The restaurant’s owners, the Mason family, were celebrating 2021 as well as the grand opening of their farm to table restaurant, after a year that s…
Casey’s Restaurant in Klamath Falls has been fined $8,900 by Oregon OSHA for a willful violation of the governor’s executive order that prohibits dine-in eating.
Klamath Falls has become the first certified Blue Zones community in the Pacific Northwest, culminating a multi-year effort to improve healthy lifestyles, according to a news release.
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Applications are open for another round of state business relief funding, with Klamath County in charge of more than $1 million to award to businesses impacted by the two-week freeze to slow COVID.
Casey’s Restaurant on S 6th Street has been serving customers indoors during Oregon’s two-week “freeze,” in violation of public health rules meant to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Klamath Ice Sports, the owner and operator of the Bill Collier Ice Arena, received an $11,040 grant from the Klamath County Economic Development Grant Program, according to a news release.
Klamath Falls has already awarded more than $28,000 in COVID-19 relief funding for 28 businesses and nonprofits. Now, the city is reopening grant applications after last week’s announcement of more statewide COVID-19 restrictions.
The family of a Klamath Falls man who died gruesomely in 2017 while working at the Columbia Forest Products mill has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the company.
KRTelecom Group, a telecommunications consulting business, has started operations in Klamath Falls and could hire as many as 30 employees by next spring.
Three Klamath Falls residents became business owners last weekend when they welcomed customers to their bookstore, taphouse and golf course restaurant. Not even a pandemic could stop them.
Trick or treaters and shoppers flocked to downtown Klamath Falls on Saturday for Halloween festivities and the last farmer’s market of the year.
Klamath County and Wilsonart officials broke ground Wednesday on the site of a new manufacturing facility on Wesgo Drive.
Chiloquin residents will vote whether or not to impose a 3% tax on marijuana retailers in the city.
A recent survey by the Association of General Contractors found growing pessimism among contractors amid rising project cancellations.
A case claiming the city of Tulelake, Federal Aviation Administration and Modoc Tribe of Oklahoma/Modoc Nation acted improperly in selling the land under the Tulelake Airport to the Modoc Tribe has been dismissed.
Klamath Falls native Travis Sandusky and his wife, Alice, have opened Cascade Cremation & Burial, a new cremation and funeral provider in Klamath Falls.