Klamath County is about to go on a big time shopping spree.
Ready or not, Oregon, the 2022 election season is here.
It’s a new video game that comes with a big prize.
On Thursday, U.S. senators Jeff Merkley and Ron Wyden toured sections of the Bootleg Fire burn zone with a retinue of local fire officials, Forest Service personnel, and members of the Klamath Tribes who briefed them on the widespread damage, and on the effectiveness of local forest treatmen…
During a routine county commission administrative meeting, a Klamath County commissioner told county employees that “business in the U.S. should be conducted in English.”
All the booms and bangs around town are a reminder that the Fourth of July is right around the corner.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate Republicans on Friday blocked creation of a bipartisan panel to study the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol in a show of party loyalty to former President Donald Trump, aiming to shift the political focus away from the violent insurrection by his GOP supporters.
SALEM – _The Oregon Senate approved House Bill 2261 today, a bill which will limit Oregon’s youth from accessing nicotine products by closing loopholes that have allowed underage Oregonians to purchase inhalant delivery systems or vape products, also known as electronic cigarettes, e-cigs or vapes.
SALEM – The Oregon Senate passed House Bill 2474 on Wednesday, May 26, to expand eligibility for protected leave under the Oregon Family Leave Act. The bill updates Oregon’s leave laws in response to the unique impacts of public health emergencies on workers and families.
Work search requirements will resume in stages for more than 100,000 Oregon workers who receive unemployment benefits, now that the economic downturn triggered by the coronavirus pandemic is easing.
Oregon, the first state to conduct all elections by mail, would join the ranks of states accepting ballots postmarked by election day under a bill that has cleared the Oregon House.
Mitch Greenlick may achieve in death what he was unable to do during his 17 years in the Oregon House.
For Oregon’s state budget, and for Oregon taxpayers, it appears everything’s coming up roses these days.
Although 70% of Klamath County voters voted against ballot measure 18-120, which would’ve raised the transient room tax in the county from 8% to 11%, one group that was opposed to the measure said the results in their favor wasn’t a win.