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There was one wolf kill in Klamath County this year, though eight were logged in Jackson County, according to Tom Collom, district wildlife biologist for Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.

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Margaret Mangan didn’t sleep well in the weeks following the Ridgecrest, Calif., earthquakes. The July shaking triggered a swarm of smaller tremors in the nearby Coso Volcanic Field, a cluster of lava domes and cinder cones at the northern end of the Mojave Desert. And it was Mangan’s job to…

A public comment period has been extended to Dec. 2 for two Klamath Project and Upper Klamath Basin power reports — The Klamath Basin Affordable Power Studies Power Cost Benchmark Report and Klamath River Basin America’s Water Infrastructure Act Affordable Power Measures Report, according to…

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Spence Mountain is one step closer to becoming a community forest managed by Klamath County after the Trust for Public Lands received $435,000 from a National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Acres for America grant to go toward the purchase of the 7,500-acre property.

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SALEM (AP) — Demonstrators opposed to a liquefied natural gas pipeline through Oregon, with a marine export terminal on its shores, flooded into the Oregon State Capitol on Thursday and began staging a sit-in in Gov. Kate Brown’s office.

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CHILOQUIN – The Oregon Water Resources Department will hold an open house from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 17, at the Chiloquin Community Center on management of groundwater rights in the basin, according to a news release. There will also be informational booths on other aspects of wate…

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The Coalition of the Willing, a group of about 50 to 60 individuals who represent a wide range of interests related to water in Siskiyou, Modoc, and Klamath counties, has hired a facilitator whose salary is being financed in part by county funds, with pledges made by state and federal entities.

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The Klamath Tribes are in agreement with the outcome of the ‘Takings’ case – a federal case involving water allocation in the Klamath Project in 2001 – and see it ultimately as a victory for their senior in-stream water rights.