KCEDA Press Release: Cyber Security Enterprise Zone Legislation

March 6, 2017

Klamath County Commissioner Kelley Minty Morris and KCEDA assist in introduction of Cyber Security Enterprise Zone legislationKlamath Falls, Oregon (January 24, 2017) – House District Representatives Mike McLane (R-District 55-Powell Butte) and E. Werner Reschke (R- District 56 – Klamath Falls) recently introduced House Bill 3206 to create a tax credit for taxpayers located in […]

Driving Change in Rural Oregon (Oregon Business Magazine)

February 2, 2017

Klamath County supercharges its tech and professional services engine Bill Goloski/Oregon Tech Oregon Tech Optical Engineering professor, Scott Prahl, guides his student, Kelsey Leinbach. To read the full article and others on the Oregon Business website, please refer to this link: Driving Change in Rural Oregon (OBM) By: Erin J. Bernard, Oregon Business Portland’s planted a Silicon […]

KCEDA Press Release: KCEDA Welcomes Oregon Governor to Region

January 25, 2017

Klamath County Economic Development Association Welcomes Oregon Governor to RegionGovernor Brown in visit praises innovative public-private partnership and discusses multiple initiatives including ambitious Klamath Cyber-Security Area PlanKlamath Falls, Oregon (January 24, 2017) – Governor Kate Brown spent several hours today with representatives from the Klamath County Economic Development Association (KCEDA) discussing a variety of pro-business […]

KCC Construction: Phase II Progress Report

January 22, 2017

This article was in Saturday’s (January 21st, 2017) Herald and NewsWritten By: Holly Dillemuth, H&N Staff Reporter Despite significant snowfall in Klamath Falls this month, the walls of Klamath Community College’s Work Skills Technology Center have continued to rise.The Work Skills Technology Center is part of a $15.7 million Phase II project to enhance and unify […]

Grand Opening Set for Klamath Footwear, Clothing Store

This was in Sunday’s (January 22nd, 2017) Herald and NewsWritten By: Holly Owens Elite Sports at 2650 Washburn Way will host its grand opening event 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 28, according to a news release.The new, locally owned store will carry top-name brand clothing and footwear from Nike, Adidas and Under Armour.The grand […]

Gov. Kate Brown to Visit Klamath Falls Tuesday

January 21, 2017

This article was in Friday’s (January 20th, 2017) Herald and NewsWritten By: Holly Dillemuth, H&N Staff Reporter In her first visit to the area while in office, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown will be in Klamath Falls Tuesday to meet with community and educational leaders.The visit was confirmed Friday afternoon by Chris Pair, acting communications director for […]

Cascade Comprehensive Care Joins Blue Zones Healthy Worksite

January 20, 2017

This article was in Friday’s (January 20th, 2017) Herald and NewsWritten By: Johanna Bernhard, H&N Staff Reporter Fifty people gathered at Cascade Comprehensive Care Thursday morning to celebrate the insurance company’s success in becoming Klamath County’s newest Blue Zones Project approved work-site.CCC is the parent company for Cascade Health Alliance, the county’s coordinated care organization, managing […]

PenAir: “We Are Here to Stay”

January 14, 2017

This article was in Friday’s (January 13th, 2017) Herald and NewsWritten By: Holly Dillemuth, H&N Staff Reporter PenAir is making a long-term commitment to Klamath Falls and the Port of Portland, announcing on Thursday a number of plans to boost efficiencies, including the announcement of a third weekday flight from Klamath Falls to Portland that will […]

‘A Place for Wellness’

January 13, 2017

This article was in Wednesday’s (January 11th, 2017) Herald and NewsWritten By: Holly Dillemuth, H&N Staff Reporter The Klamath Works Human Services Campus got a nod of approval from the city’s Planning Commission Monday night, and will move ahead to city council for consideration.Commissioners voted to recommend a zone change and planned unit development at the […]

Oregonians Already Said No to Additional Corporate Income Tax

January 8, 2017

H&N Op-EdWritten By: Terry Scroggin, CPA Guest Columnist On the heels of Oregon’s most expensive campaign for a ballot measure last fall, Measure 97 was handily defeated 59 to almost 41 percent.This should have been a loud and clear message to the state’s legislators that Oregonians are not supportive of additional corporate income tax as a […]

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