Whether a city slicker or buckaroo, you’re in for a fun-filled evening of country Western comedy, dinner and auctions at the Klamath Community College “Hay Klamath! KCC Scholarship Round-up.”
Oregon Institute of Technology has named Joanna Mott, Ph.D., as provost and vice president for Academic Affairs for the university after a national search, according to a news release.
BEND — After a year-long petition effort for sparsely populated north Lake County to leave Central Oregon Community College’s taxing district, a state commission denied the request Thursday.
After a year and a half of fundraising and close calls, the Integral Youth Services Youth Center has announced that its doors will be closing for good at the end of summer.
Recent high school graduates and GED completers who applied for the Oregon Promise but did not qualify due to exceeding financial requirements will now receive the grant to attend community college in fall 2019.
For more than a month, Henley High School art teacher Carlos Becerra stayed after school, even sleeping in his RV on school grounds, so he could finish a project he has been dreaming about for several years — a larger-than-life sculpture of a hornet.
For the second consecutive year, The Pelican Education Foundation (PEF) has awarded $7,000 in grant money to teachers and staff in the City Schools of Klamath Falls.
Gabe Moran of Mazama High School placed in the top 20 in the nation in impromptu speaking at the Future Business Leaders of American’s National Leadership Conference last week in San Antonio, Texas, according to a news release.
In memory of longtime board member Robert Graham, M.D., Klamath Medical Service Bureau (KMSB) Foundation has made a $100,000 contribution to Oregon Institute of Technology’s allied health programs.
The Oregon Institute of Technology’s (Oregon Tech’s) president, Nagi Naganathan, today announced that the university would reduce its tuition rate increase to 6 percent, instead of the previously announced rate increase of 9 percent.