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n The town of Bonanza has canceled the Bonanza Big Day, which was scheduled for July 25.

n The Klamath and Lake County Stand Down has been canceled.

n The Keno Lions’ annual Steak and Rocky Mountain Oyster Dinner scheduled for Friday, July 31, 2020 has been canceled.

n The 7th Annual Art of Survival Century Bicycle Ride, scheduled for Memorial Day weekend 2020, has been postponed. The event’s planners hope to hold it Labor Day weekend, Sept. 5-6, 2020.

n The Poppy Drive, scheduled for Memorial Day, is postponed until a later date, which will be announced.

n 173rd Fighter Wing has cancelled Sentry Eagle and open house.

n All large events scheduled at Collier Memorial State Park in Chiloquin this summer have been canceled.

n The Tulelake Shindig Street Fair and Bazaar, which was scheduled for Aug. 8, has been canceled.

n The remembrance event marking the 75th anniversary of the tragedy at Mitchell Monument, originally planned for Tuesday, May 5, near Bly, has been postponed. The event is now being planned for Saturday, Sept. 19.

n The annual Meals on Wheels Art Auction will be postponed until further notice.

n New dates are to be determined for Blue Zones’ two litter cleanups.

n All upcoming county-sponsored free events have been canceled.

n Klamath District Attorney’s Office will be closed to the public except during the hours of 1-3 p.m. It will remain available by telephone at 541-883-5147 and will be able to make appointments with citizens as needed to prepare for trial or other necessary court proceedings.

n Klamath County Circuit Court is postponing most trials and hearings and limiting in-person services at the courthouse.

n KBBH will minimize face-to-face contact and in-person gatherings by moving to primarily phone-based services.

n KLCAS is closed to the public.