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 […]

Moving Day at Klamath Union High School

June 19, 2018

This article was in Tuesday’s (June 19th, 2018) Herald and NewsWritten By: Holly Dillemuth, H&N Staff ReporterModular classrooms at Klamath Union High School, like much of the original interior of the academic building, will be a thing of the past after this week.Finishing touches are being added and renovations are continuing to edge closer to […]

Lava Beds National Park Effort Revived

This article was in Tuesday’s (June 19th, 2018) Herald and NewsWritten By: Lee Juillerat A proposal to re-designate Lava Beds National Monument as a national park, a change supporters believe would significantly increase visitation and provide an economic boost to the Tulelake Basin, is back for another try.Elizabeth Norton, one of the leader’s of last year’s efforts […]

Oregon Avenue Bike Lane Now Open

June 18, 2018

Included in Herald and News staff reports on Monday (June 18th, 2018)New paint markings and signage can now be seen along what was once a secondary lane of traffic along Oregon Avenue as of Monday.A special ribbon-cutting for the new bike lane, which connects Oregon Avenue to Downtown Klamath Falls, is set for 6:45 p.m. […]

Brown Signs Guard Tuition Bill at Kingsley

June 17, 2018

This article was in Sunday’s (June 17th, 2018) Herald and NewsWritten By: Stephen Floyd, H&N Staff ReporterGov. Kate Brown signed into law Saturday a bill providing full tuition to Oregon National Guard members seeking higher education, with the signing ceremony at Kingsley Field in Klamath Falls.House Bill 4035 was passed unanimously by legislators in March […]

TimberMill Shores: Banking on Future Development

This article was in Sunday’s (June 17th, 2018) Herald and NewsWritten By: Sean Bassinger, H&N Staff ReporterRubicon Investments has purchased four remaining lots at TimberMill Shores in a move they say could help them seek out other interests and potentially spur growth.Lots 7, 8, 10 and 13 have since been purchased at the site as […]

Congressmen Submit Bill Supporting Rural Airports

June 6, 2018

From a press releaseWASHINGTON, D.C. — Oregon’s U.S. Senators Jeff Merkley and Ron Wyden have introduced the Defending Essential Flights and Ensuring National Security Efforts (DEFENSE) Act, which would allow rural commercial airports that are also heavily utilized by the military to access critical federal support to help maintain air service. Rep. Greg Walden, R-Ore., […]

Klamath Falls Approves $68M Budget for Upcoming Year

May 24, 2018

This article was in Thursday’s (May 24th, 2018) Herald and NewsWritten By: Sean Bassinger, H&N Staff Reporter The continued effects of state retirement benefits, the need for street repair projects and addressing staff shortages were all key points addressed at this year’s Klamath Falls budget hearings.Klamath Falls City Council and the budget committee approved a budget […]

Water on the Way

This article was in Thursday’s (May 24th, 2018) Herald and NewsWritten By: Holly Dillemuth, H&N Staff ReporterBureau of Reclamation’s Klamath Basin Area Office announced late Wednesday afternoon that up to 3,500 acre feet is available for delivery to Klamath Project irrigators starting today and running through May 31 before deliveries start on June 1.The amount […]

County School District a Blue Zones Project Approved Worksite

This article was in Thursday’s (May 24th, 2018) Herald and NewsWritten By: Samantha TiplerKlamath County School district, with its nearly 850 employees and 6,500 students, is now a Blue Zones Project Approved worksite. Leaders from the KCSD Staff Wellness Team and Blue Zones Project Klamath Falls celebrated with a ribbon cutting at the May 17 […]

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