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n Oregon Tech’s second soccer camp for players 7-17, will run July 15-18. Camp also will be 9 a.m.-noon. Cost is $109, with a discount for individuals who register online at least one week before the camp.

n Oregon Tech’s youth sports camps begin Monday with a youth, coed soccer camp for players 7-17 year old. Camp is from 9 a.m.-noon, will run through Thursday, June 20, and costs $109. Discounts are available for OIT employees.

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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.

At the NAIA national track and field meet in Gulf Shores, Ala., last month, Annika Andersen finished 15th overall in the 3,000-meter steeplechase with a time of 11 minutes, 27.78 seconds for her final track meet with Oregon Tech.

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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.