Wilsonart Fires Up Klamath Falls Facility

November 16, 2021

This article was in Tuesday’s (November 16th, 2021) edition of the Herald and NewsWritten By: Joe Siess, Herald and NewsA new Wilsonart manufacturing facility is now operating in Klamath Falls, adding jobs and momentum to the local economy.Randy Cox, CEO of Klamath County Economic Development Agency, said the company plans to hire 50 employees to […]

KCC Breaks Ground on Apprenticeship Center

November 10, 2021

Klamath Community College celebrated the construction kickoff of the school’s Apprenticeship Center with a groundbreaking ceremony Wednesday.The 32,000-square-foot building is slated to open in fall 2022.“The workforce education opportunities provided in the Apprenticeship Center will improve the local economic outlook and attract businesses that pay middle-class salaries,” said KCC president Roberto Gutierrez.The Apprenticeship Center will […]

Construction Underway for Chiloquin’s New Schoolyard, Park

October 27, 2021

This article was in Tuesday’s (October 26th, 2021) Herald and NewsWritten By: Rick Childress, Herald and News Community members, stakeholders and local students broke ground Tuesday on a new $1.3 million schoolyard for Chiloquin Elementary that will feature upgrades to playground facilities and provide a new, vibrant outdoor space for the community.“I went to school here, […]

KCC, Southern Oregon University to Host Elementary Education Info Night

October 26, 2021

From a KCC Press Release Community members in Klamath Falls and surrounding areas can learn how to become a licensed teacher without leaving the Klamath Basin.Klamath Community College and Southern Oregon University (SOU) are jointly hosting the info night to share information about their partnership, which allows students registered at SOU to complete a Bachelor of […]

KCLAS Among ‘Top 100 Nonprofits to Work for in Oregon’

October 24, 2021

From a press release Klamath and Lake Community Action Services (KLCAS) was named in the Top 100 Nonprofits to Work for in Oregon for the second consecutive year.Each April, the Oregon Business Magazine releases an online survey for employees of nonprofits across the state to complete. Nonprofit organizations must register and respond to a separate survey which […]

KCC Faculty Collaborates with NASA in Quest for Evidence of Life on Mars

October 23, 2021

From a KCC Press Release Robot dogs exploring lava tubes on Mars could one day help humans find evidence of life on the Red Planet.That’s according to a recently published paper recommending regions and methods for searching for life on Mars. The paper, “Exploring Martian Lava Tubes as a Possible Biosignature Preservation Site,” was written and […]

Oregon Tech’s Honors Program Adds 23 Students

October 22, 2021

From a press release The Oregon Tech Honors Program inducted 23 new members Saturday, Oct. 16, before an audience of their friends, family and peers.The Honors Program, a specialized academic option for high-achieving students of all academic majors, provides an interdisciplinary education designed to prepare future leaders and professionals for successful careers and meaningful lives. Qualified students […]

Oregon Tech Business Professor Completes Work in South Africa Through Fulbright Grant

October 15, 2021

From a press release The U.S. Department of State and the Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board awarded a Fulbright grant to Sharon Beaudry of Oregon Institute of Technology.Beaudry, a business professor, spent September completing a project at the Southern African Wildlife College in South Africa.Beaudry is one of mor than 400 U.S. citizens who share expertise with […]

Amanda Brown Joins People’s Bank of Commerce

October 9, 2021

This article was in Saturday’s (October 9th, 2021) Herald and NewsWritten By: Tim Trainor, Herald and NewsAmanda Brown joins People’s Bank of CommercePeople’s Bank of Commerce, based in Medford announced that Amanda Brown has joined the bank as a mortgage loan officer serving customer relations and businesses in the Klamath Falls footprints.Amanda has been in […]

Deciding the Future of Crater Lake’s Trail System

September 26, 2021

This article was in the September 25th, 2021 issue of the Herald and NewsWritten By: Lee JuilleratPublic input is being accepted on Crater Lake National Park’s long-awaited trail management plan.Comments on the plan, which could add up to more than 20 miles of new trails to the park, are being taken through Oct. 21. A […]

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