With Spring term courses quickly transitioning to remote delivery, Oregon Institute of Technology (“Oregon Tech”) assistant professor Rich Carson had to find ways to still provide the hands-on focus that his Radiologic Science bachelor’s degree program is known for. How does a program that r…
Two Chiloquin High School graduates were awarded a Leroy & Elvine Gienger Memorial Scholarship this year.
The Oregon Institute of Technology (Oregon Tech) Board of Trustees, at its June 30 meeting, approved $3.5 million in budget reductions and internal reallocations to proactively balance the university’s budget, given expected COVID-19 related reductions in state funding. Meeting remotely and …
Multiple students residing in Klamath County earned honor roll status at Montana State University for the spring 2020 semester, according to a news release.
Oregon Institute of Technology (“Oregon Tech”) announced today that it plans to resume in-person, on-campus teaching of classes beginning in the Fall term, which will begin nine days earlier than planned — on September 21 — for both its Klamath Falls and Portland-Metro campuses. This will al…
Oregon Institute of Technology (Oregon Tech) announced Thursday, June 18 that Dan Peterson, Ph.D., has been appointed as dean of the College of Health, Arts and Sciences (HAS), effective July 1, 2020. Dr. Peterson has been serving as interim dean over the last year and has been a member of t…
Klamath Community College announced a 2% increase in tuition for the 2020-2021 school year and some took to S 6th Street outside of the college Thursday to oppose the increase.
Each year the Klamath County Sheriff’s Office and members of the Klamath County Mounted Sheriff’s Posse and the family of the late Klamath County Sheriff James Murray “Red” Britton award a $500 scholarship, according to a news release.
Two students hailing from Klamath Falls earned Provost’s Spring Honor Roll recognition at Whitworth University, according to a news release.
Klamath Community College graduates walked across the stage Friday — with family and friends watching a live stream of the ceremony online — after earning their degrees, despite finishing them remotely during a global pandemic.
Eight hundred and ten students graduated from the Oregon Institute of Technology on Saturday through a virtual ceremony with pre-recorded messages from university President Dr. Nagi Naganathan, U.S. Senator Jeff Merkley, Oregon Health and Sciences University President Dr. Danny Jacobs and ot…
The Klamath County School District will continue its popular meal delivery program through Aug. 31 to ensure youth throughout the county receive needed food during the summer months.
ASHLAND — Raider Stadium will be strangely empty on Saturday, June 13, when Southern Oregon University’s (SOU) traditional Commencement Ceremony was planned until the COVID-19 pandemic temporarily ended all mass gatherings in Oregon, according to a news release.
Two Henley High School 2020 graduates have been selected as Ford Scholars, winning Ford Family Foundation scholarships that will pay for 90 percent of their college costs for four years.
Elizabeth Haddox is preparing to graduate from Klamath Community College on Friday with her Associate of Science degree, which has been a long time in the making. After moving around with her family for years due to her husband’s status in the military, every move she said she’d get the disa…
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Graduation Sensation has become a beloved annual celebration leading up to high school graduation ceremonies, including a parade and scholarship presentation for Klamath County seniors in downtown Klamath Falls in normal years; but this year is anything but normal.
Henley Middle School’s yearbook program has earned the Jostens National Yearbook Program of Excellence Award.