High school track star Rosalie Fish is a class act. At the recent Class 1B meet at Eastern Washington University, she ran not only to win but to share a message about the unacceptable violence that Native American women face every day.
Lilly Poe is staying home to play college softball. The pitching star from Henley high school signed her letter of intent to play for Oregon Tech starting next fall.
As the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission prepares to hold public hearings on the Jordan Cove Project, the company released an economic analysis of the pipeline that is to run across four Southern Oregon counties, including Klamath County, which could see $5.3 million in new tax revenue annually.
A pair of first-team All-State athletes with ambitions to be college athletes have been named winners of the 48th Mike Keck Memorial Scholarships which are awarded to the top senior male and female student-athlete in Klamath County.