Applications Open for FSA Livestock Assistance for Drought

September 8, 2018

This article was in Friday’s (September 7th, 2018) Herald and NewsWritten By: Holly Dillemuth, H&N Staff Reporter With some level of drought widespread throughout the state, Klamath County ranks high on the list for those affected by dry conditions, according to the Farm Service Agency.The federal agency wants agricultural producers to know, though, that there is […]

Day 1 — Great Beginnings: Freshmen Pels Get First Look at KU

September 6, 2018

This article was in Wednesday’s (September 5th, 2018) Herald and NewsWritten By: Holly Dillemuth, H&N Staff Reporter Freshmen ran, jumped and cartwheeled their way into high school Tuesday during their first half day as Pelicans at Klamath Union High School.Approximately 190 freshmen start their first full day of classes at KU Wednesday, and with an advantage […]

Rep. Walden to Tour Kingsley, Receive Mission Brief

This article was in Thursday’s (September 6th, 2018) Herald and NewsWritten By: Holly OwensKINGSLEY FIELD – U.S. Representative Greg Walden will tour Kingsley Field Air National Guard Base Saturday to view the 173rd Fighter Wing’s mission first-hand and hear the latest updates regarding the base and its mission.According to a news release, Walden will tour […]

Inside Look: Holiday Market Readies for Early September Opening

September 1, 2018

This article was in Friday’s (August 31st, 2018) Herald and NewsWritten By: Sean Bassinger, H&N Staff Reporter Jesse McAuliffe, store leader at the new Klamath Falls HolidayMarket, was more than ready to move into the area with his wife and two daughters.McAuliffe, who first started as a courtesy clerk for the now employee-owned California-based company 19 […]

Commissioners Approve Wood Smoke Reduction Funding

August 30, 2018

This article was in Wednesday’s (August 29th, 2018) Herald and NewsWritten By: Tess Novotny, H&N Staff Reporter Klamath County commissioners approved a request Tuesday morning to add $20,000 of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality funding to the Klamath Wood Smoke Reduction program.Klamath County Public Health interim director Jessica Dale said the program, commonly referred to as […]

Applications Sought for Grants to Fund Tourism Promotion

August 29, 2018

This article was in Tuesday’s (August 28th, 2018) Herald and NewsWritten By: Holly OwensApplications are sought for Klamath County’s tourism grant program, which assists local event planners and tourism-focused businesses in promoting tourism in Klamath County, according to a news release.The grants are for promotion of events that increase tourism within the county. Projects should […]

KCEDA Talks Prospects, County Exposure at Annual Meeting

August 27, 2018

This article was in Sunday’s (August 26th, 2018) Herald and NewsWritten By: Sean Bassinger The Downtown Klamath Falls grocery store building — soon to open as Holiday Market — had no activity following the departure of Haggen Foods in 2015.Now, at the end of August, it’ll add more than 50 jobs to the area and give […]

Full ‘STEAM’ Ahead: Camp Combines Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math

August 17, 2018

From a Klamath County School District Press Release Jack Hawkins couldn’t contain his excitement. “Look! Look at mine!” the 7-year-old exclaimed as colored bubbles floated up from the bottom to the top of his homemade lava lamp.“They are really cool,” he said with a big grin. “I like it when I drop in the (Alka-Seltzer) piece […]

OEDA Selects Running Y Ranch for Annual Fall Conference Location

August 11, 2018

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Oregon Economic Development Association (OEDA) Selects Running Y Ranch Resort as 2018 Annual Conference Location Klamath Falls, OR (August 2nd, 2017) – Following a statewide proposal process seeking sites for consideration, the Oregon Economic Development Association (OEDA), recently announced that the Running Y Ranch Resort has been selected to host 2018 OEDA’s Annual […]

City Approves $10K Grant Shift for Brewing Bottling Facility

June 20, 2018

This article was in Wednesday’s (June 20th, 2018) Herald and NewsWritten By: Sean Bassinger, H&N Staff ReporterThe Klamath Falls City Council will allow a downtown business to help pay for a bottling operation with city grant money, though the grant was not originally intended for that.The council voted 3-1 Monday night to allow Klamath Basin […]

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