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A $12 million expansion proposal for a Klamath County residential program for Oregon Youth Authority juvenile girls was scrapped in an Oregon House committee hearing Tuesday afternoon.

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Inside the airport terminal at Crater Lake-Klamath Regional Airport, the rows of chairs sit eerily empty. Upstairs is a peaceful cafe where regulars enjoy their breakfast or lunch and watch aircraft from Kingsley Field take off and land.

PENCE — Born to Ashlie Marie and Alan Wesley Pence of Bonanza, June 12, 2019, a boy, Wesley Michael Pence, 7 lbs.

U.S. Air Force National Guard Airman Daniel A. Goheen and U.S. Air Force National Guard Airman 1st Class Emma Frantz, Yvette Rascon and Erica Zalunardo graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.

■ Malin School Renuion will be held on Saturday, July 6, in Malin Community Park. For more information, contact Malin City Hall at 541-723-2021; also on the web site of unti Malin 110th Celebration.

The pair of Laila Griffith-Carol McClure won the lone first place at the weekly Tuesday morning game with a 72.92 percent score in duplicate bridge competition in Klamath Falls this past week.

■ Erin Wolf of Klamath Falls has graduated cum laude from Whitworth University in Spokane, Wash., with a bachelor’s degree.

Joanne Baeth of Bonanza has been accepted as a contestant with her quilt “Feathers and Frost” at the American Quilters Society’s QuiltWeek in Grand Rapids, Mich., according to a news release.