Growing Their Own: Lost River Junior-Senior High School Produces Own Beef, Eggs, Produce for Student Body

January 27, 2019

From a Klamath County School District press release Students at Lost River Junior-Senior High School know where their food comes from: They eat beef from their own steers, eggs from their chickens and tomatoes from their greenhouse.In October, school cooks started using beef from two of four steers Lost River FFA students purchased and raised in […]

Coraline Screening Celebrates Oregon Film Studios

This article was in Sunday’s (January 27th, 2019) Herald and NewsWritten By: Kurt Liedtke A special screening is being planned in Klamath Falls, part of a multi-city tour in celebration of the first film created by a revolutionary Oregon-based film studio — Laika Studios.“Coraline” was released in 2009, four years after Laika was first founded. The […]

Pipeline Possibilities

This article was in Sunday’s (January 27th, 2018) Herald and NewsWritten By: Holly Dillemuth, H&N Staff Reporter SISTERS — Marc Thalacker is living the pipeline dream, and he believes others can, too.At least when it comes to converting canal irrigation systems to pipeline water delivery.Thalacker, manager of Three Sisters Irrigation District, will complete piping of canals […]

Dam Removal Contractor Holds Q&A

January 25, 2019

This article was in Friday’s (January 25th, 2017) Herald and NewsWritten By: Gerry O’Brien, H&N EditorOne of three lead contractors in the running for the proposed removal of four Klamath River hydroelectric dams is holding a subcontractors Q&A meeting for the public on Tuesday, Jan. 29.Granite Construction, with corporate offices in Watsonville, Calif., will host […]

Graduation Rates in County Schools Continue Upward Trend

This article was in Friday’s (January 25th, 2019) Herald and NewsWritten B: Marcia Schlottman, Klamath County School District The graduation rate for Klamath County School District high school students increased in 2018 for the fourth year in a row and continues to exceed the state average.According to data released Thursday, Jan. 24, by the Oregon Department […]

Oregon Tech Earns Military Friendly School Designation

January 24, 2019

This article was in Thursday’s (January 24th, 2019) Herald and NewsWritten By: Holly OwensOregon Institute of Technology has earned a 2019-20 Military Friendly School designation through Viqtory Media, according to a news release.Institutions earning the Military Friendly School designation were evaluated using both public data sources and survey responses. In its 10th year, the Military […]

Jordan Cove Opens Downtown Office

This article was in Thursday’s (January 24th, 2019) Herald and NewsWritten By: Gerry O’Brien, H&N Editor Sticking to its promise to open a storefront office in downtown Klamath Falls, Jordan Cove LNG and its parent company, Pembina of Calgary, Canada, cut the ribbon Wednesday with about 50 onlookers crowded into the lobby of the historic Main […]

Balsiger Property Returns to City Council

January 21, 2019

This article was in Monday’s (January 21st, 2019) Herald and NewsWritten By: Sean Bassinger, H&N Staff ReporterThe city of Klamath Falls is taking final steps to prepare a well-known property off Main Street and Esplanade Avenue for sale and development.Klamath Falls City Council will vote Tuesday to allow for a $500,000 loan to put finishing […]

Klamath Falls Teen Wins Miss Oregon Teen USA

January 18, 2019

This article was in Friday’s (January 18th, 2019) Herald and NewsWritten By: Gerry O’Brien, H&N EditorMackenzie Peterson of Klamath Falls has won the Miss Oregon Teen USA pageant.Peterson competed in the pageant over the weekend with a total of 15 participants in her division at Mt. Hood Community College in Gresham. She was judged on […]

Reschke Releases Legislative Agenda

From a press release E. Werner Reschke, R-Klamath Falls, announced his agenda for 2019 Legislative session after swearing-in at opening ceremonies on the Oregon House Chamber Floor earlier this week.“My goals are clear and simple, to represent the needs of this district and look for opportunities to expand Liberty to all Oregonians,” said Reschke.“I want to […]

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