Klamath Falls Approves $207K Budget Shift for Several New Expenses

April 20, 2018

This article was in Thursday’s (April 19th, 2018) Herald and NewsWritten By: Sean Bassinger, H&N Staff ReporterKlamath Falls has added more than $200,000 in items to its budget, in addition to other adjustments discussed at city council Monday.Councilors voted 4-1 to approve a supplemental budget to help pay for $207,625 for services, projects and other […]

Downtown Association Hires New Executive Director

This article was in Thursday’s (April 19th, 2018) Herald and NewsWritten By: Sean Bassinger, H&N Staff WriterDarin Rutledge, a longtime Klamath Falls resident, has been hired on as the new Klamath Falls Downtown Association executive director.Rutledge started work Wednesday after being selected from a group of several other local applicants, according to a news release […]

City Schools Slated to Restructure, Add Employees in 2019-20

April 19, 2018

This article was in Thursday’s (April 19th, 2018) Herald and NewsWritten By: Holly Dillemuth, H&N Staff Reporter Based on an uptick in enrollment, Klamath Falls City School District plans to add more employees in 2019-20, including support for nursing services, elementary orchestra and certified staff, according to Pat Baldini, district business director.This is according to next […]

Governor Candidates to Appear at Forum Tonight

The Klamath County Republican Central Committee will host a governor’s candidate forum and dinner on Thursday, April 19, starting at 5:30 p.m. at the Shilo Inn grand ballroom in Klamath Falls.Gubernatorial candidates Sam Carpenter, Bruce Cuff, Jeff Smith, Greg Wooldridge and Brett Hyland will be present.Also, 2nd congressional district candidate Paul J. Romero will be […]

KRRC Dam Removal Presentation in Chiloquin on April 23rd

April 18, 2018

The Klamath River Renewal Corporation (KRRC) is hosting informational meetings on Klamath River dam removal in Chiloquin, and in the Northern California communities of Weitchpec, Hoopa, Klamath, Orleans and Happy Camp through April 24, according to a news release.The Chiloquin meeting will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, April 23, in the Klamath Tribes […]

Red Rock Gets Go-Ahead for Lakeview

April 15, 2018

This article was in Sunday’s (April 15th, 2018) Herald and NewsWritten By: Kurt Liedtke, H&N Staff Reporter LAKEVIEW — After countless meetings, hearings, discussions and planning, all hurdles have been cleared for construction of a new renewable energy biofuels plant in Lake County.Red Rock Biofuels, a Colorado-based company established in 2011, has had its sights set […]

Oregon Tech Plans Three Day Celebration for Earth Day

Oregon Tech invites members of the community to celebrate Earth Day through three days of events on campus and downtown, according to a news release.Oregon Tech Earth Day celebration events will include:Wednesday, April 18: 2 to 3 p.m.Campus energy tour starting at the College Union at Oregon Tech, 3201 Campus DriveFriday, April 20: 3 to […]

Sky Lakes Reveals OHSU Collaborative Campus Designs

April 14, 2018

Sky Lakes Medical Center has released new details and concepts for a four story medical complex across from the main hospital.Dubbed the Collaborative Health Center, the roughly 100,000 square-foot office spaces aim to support an Oregon Health Sciences University (OHSU) campus for rural health that launched in fall 2015, in addition to expanded facilities for […]

Dam Removal Entity to Host Open House

March 19, 2018

This article was in Monday’s (March 19th, 2018) Herald and NewsWritten By: Holly Dillemuth, H&N Staff Reporter Those interested in learning more about removal of four dams along the Klamath River are invited to attend an open house hosted by Klamath River Renewable Corpration, the dam removal entity, from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday in the […]

County Examining Taxing Power of Heritage District

March 15, 2018

This article was in Thursday’s (March 15th, 2018) Herald and NewsWritten By: Stephen Floyd, H&N Staff Reporter Klamath County commissioners are looking into the limitations of a proposed heritage district that would take the place of a temporary levy generating tax revenue for the Klamath County Museum.During a commissioners’ meeting Wednesday, Commissioner Donnie Boyd said he […]

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