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A Sunday, Nov. 24 Herald and News article, “KCSD surveys community for strategic planning,” should have reported that Klamath County School District strategic planning meetings Jan. 9 and 10 with community stakeholders will be open to the public.

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A Sunday article, “Bonanza, Merrill up in arms, but are clinics in danger?” reported that the medical clinics’ X-ray machines were “... sometimes used on cows.” Michael Sheets, a registered nurse practitioner with the clinics, denies having told the Herald and News reporter this information.…

Connor Elliot Mistron, 22 years old, was arraigned on Friday in two cases under charges of rape in the first degree, rape in the second degree, unlawful delivery of a marijuana item and coercion in each case. Mistron pled not guilty to the charges stemming from an August 2018 incident.

A Wednesday Letter to the Editor, “Klamath Basin Senior Center is flourishing,” should have used the word "scorned" in the following sentence.

A Wednesday article, “Oregon’s university employees vote over strike,” about classified workers union contract negotiations, should have reported that SEIU members are asking for the bottom wage step to be eliminated because it lists a wage below Portland’s minimum wage, although Portland em…

A Sunday article, “Group buys property near Crater Lake,” should have reported the name of the park purchased by the Crater Lake Natural History Association as Denton Park.

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The day after giving her first official sermon at First United Methodist Church in Klamath Falls, Pastor Helen Mansfield began a week in Chiloquin serving as a team leader working with youth on Sierra Service Project.