Flags from the nine sovereign tribes of Oregon hung above the entrance to the Learning Resource Center at Oregon Tech Monday, as tribal members, residents, students and teachers gathered to dedicate the space to the tribes in commemoration of Indigenous Peoples Day.
Oregon Institute of Technology unveiled its new Radiologic Science lab Thursday afternoon featuring the latest imaging equipment and technology through partnerships captured with imaging technology companies Konica Minolta and Core Medical.
Three local leaders in education banded together last week to share the importance of educational partnerships in setting high school students up for success.
Kids, parents and community members gathered at Conger Elementary school Tuesday night to witness the unveiling of the design for a brand new playground in Moore Park.
Because of a teacher, 1958 Henley High School graduate Larry Ferguson is a renowned actor, director and screenwriter of 13 films including “The Hunt for Red October,” “Highlander,” “Beverly Hills Cop II,” and “Alien 3.”
Expect to see more fresh produce and locally grown food in Klamath County School District cafeterias.
Shasta Elementary School sixth-grader Emilee Mitchell had just climbed a 1-1/2-mile hill on a mountain bike, but she was grinning as she braked for a water stop.
Student and staff alumni gathered Saturday morning at Klamath Union High School to swap stories on what many KU alumni view as sacred ground.
Klamath Community College has been awarded a $2.2 million grant to improve retention and graduation rates using a career-oriented student success program, according to a news release.
Dennis Clague has been named the new director of business services for the Klamath County School District, according to a news release.
Registration is available for a two-day Bureau of Labor and Industries “Effective Supervisory Practices” seminar, which will be hosted by Klamath Community College, according to a news release. The seminar is for business owners and employees with a focus on improving their skills.
The Oregon Institute of Technology has appointed Maureen De Armond as the new associate vice president of human resources after a national search. De Armond will start at Oregon Tech Nov. 25.
As students begin classes this week at Klamath Community College, they enjoyed free tacos from Los 2 Koras food truck for Taco Tuesday as a part of Welcome Week events featuring local food vendors to help students meet some new faces.
Henley High School senior and percussionist Brian Ekstrom has earned a coveted spot in the National Association for Music Education All-National Honor Ensembles, and in November will travel to Florida to perform under the leadership of top conductors in the field.