On behalf of the Tulelake Shindig Street Fair & Bazaar and the SHINDIG Scholarship, I, Lydia Gil, would like to thank the following people, organizations and businesses that have donated and contributed to the SHINDIG Scholarship this year (2020). Cassandra Driscoll (Scentsy Rep), Duncan…
Two Chiloquin High School graduates were awarded a Leroy & Elvine Gienger Memorial Scholarship this year.
Klamath Falls celebrated the Fourth of July a little differently this year, with COVID-19 affecting the ways people can gather.
The Rotary Club of Klamath County fulfilled a three year project on a south entry sign welcoming visitors to Klamath Falls on Monday, June 29. 2020 will be the Rotary Club of Klamath County’s centennial year and this project was designated to celebrate our commitment to service and the community.
The 173rd Fighter Wing out of Kingsley Field in Klamath Falls, Ore. will conduct Independence Day flyovers for ceremonies at locations throughout Oregon.
Independence Day weekend is usually all about celebrating life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. However, as COVID-19 cases surge across much of the nation, people in Southern Oregon may be questioning how to commemorate the day safely.
Klamath County Fire District 1 and AirLink, a critical care transport service, announced a partnership that began in May, which will have AirLink occupying the previously vacant station 5 on Lakeshore Drive at the intersection with Highway 140.
Assistance League of Klamath Basin volunteers are working to fulfill their mission of “transforming the lives of children through community programs” even as the COVID-19 pandemic presents some added challenges to their work. One recent bright spot in the nonprofit’s operations was the re-op…
A “Blue Lives Matter” rally will be held in downtown Klamath Falls at the Klamath County Circuit Court, located at 316 Main Street, this Sunday, July 5. An invitation to the public notes, “Come show support for our men and women in blue, EMS, Fire.” It encourages people to bring “water, sunb…
Klamath County distributed more than 4,000 masks in two days, ahead of Oregon Gov. Kate Brown’s order for all visitors of indoor public spaces in the state to wear face coverings starting July 1.
Klamath County Public Health reported four new COVID-19 cases Tuesday and that it will only announce new cases Monday through Friday.
Using fresh herbs in cooking adds layers of fragrance and flavor, and can make even simple recipes more interesting and enjoyable. For most herbs, the leaves are the part most commonly used. Cutting herb plants back mid- season is a tactic with multiple benefits- provides a harvest, contribu…
On a hot Saturday afternoon, a group decked out in rainbow and glitter walked from Klamath Commons to Sugarman’s Corner in downtown Klamath Falls to celebrate Pride month for the first time that anyone there knew of.
The Earl and Jane Ferguson Scholarship Fund of Oregon Community Foundation (OCF) has awarded scholarships to five Klamath County students to support their academic and career goals, according to a news release.
The Klamath County Mounted Sheriff’s Posse has served as a bridge between law enforcement and the community, according to first lieutenant in the posse Kelly Baker.