Members of Blue Zones, and a task force created to help reduce cigarette litter in downtown Klamath Falls, emptied their new receptacles on Main Street for the first time on Friday to see if people were using them.
Storage rooms, corner closets and staff workspaces normally off limits to public view at the Baldwin Hotel Museum will be the subject of a special tour to be offered Saturday, Aug. 15.
Area agencies are hosting their annual Klamath County symposium Aug. 12-13, concentrating on the effects of COVID-19 across the community.
This is the time of year when we can enjoy fresh and homegrown fruits and vegetables. We even have the Saturday farmer’s market where various growers display the best fresh fruit and vegetables we can buy. The local stores also have an abundance of fresh produce to choose from. Depending on …
One hidden benefit of gardening in the Klamath Basin is reduced disease pressure, a product of our low humidity. Standing water on leaf surfaces or prolonged, high relative humidity are often necessary for plant diseases to gain traction. By delivering water directly to the root system and a…
Six candidates from local schools are running for Potato Festival Queen. The festival will be held in Merrill on October 17.