KCEDA Press Release: Nature’s Paint – Local Company with Promising Future

December 5, 2017

Owners Sereena Thompson and Nicole Morgan continue to find success with the launch of their all natural camo face paint, having their product being featured in places like the Cabela’s store in Tualatin, OR. Both entrepreneurs discuss how far they’ve come, and how organization’s like KCEDA helped pave the way. Klamath Falls, OR (December 1st, […]

U.S. Economy Expanded at 3.3 Pct. Pace in 3rd Quarter

December 4, 2017

WASHINGTON (AP) — Led by a rise in business investment, the U.S. economy grew at an annual pace of 3.3 percent from July through September, its fastest rate in three years.The Commerce Department estimated Wednesday that third-quarter growth exceeded the 3 percent annual expansion for the period that it had initially reported last month.The performance, […]

Holiday Market Takes Ownership of Downtown Building

This article was in Sunday’s (December 3rd, 2017) Herald and NewsWritten By: Sean Bassinger, H&N Staff Reporter Klamath County has wrapped up its own part in bringing a Holiday Market to downtown Klamath Falls.Transfer of ownership was finalized 10 a.m. Friday as the Klamath County board of commissioners signed the store over to North State Grocery […]

Klamath Getting $33K in Additional Timber Funds

December 2, 2017

This article was in Friday’s (December 1st, 2017) Herald and NewsWritten By: Stephen Floyd, H&N Staff ReporterKlamath County expects to receive roughly $32,608 from a $1.4 million federal payout to O&C Lands Act counties.The funding, from revenue generated by timber harvests on federal land, was withheld in 2016 from annual payouts to O&C counties.Klamath County […]

Travel Oregon to Host Klamath Falls Tourism Workshops

This article was in Friday’s (December 1st, 2017) Herald and NewsWritten By: Sean Bassinger, H&N Staff ReporterTravel Oregon plans to wrap up its Rural Tourism Studio series with two upcoming workshops in downtown Klamath Falls.The workshops start at 9 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 5 and Wednesday, Dec. 6 at the 9th Street Venue downtown, according to […]

Health in the Workplace: Symposium Looks at Smart Choices for Employees

December 1, 2017

This article was in Thursday’s (November 30th) Herald and NewsWritten By: Sean Bassinger, H&N Staff ReporterShowing up to work tired could be just as bad as showing up to work after two martinis.“It has such an immediate impact on productivity,” said Dr. Dexter Shurney, who is an expert on workplace health and productivity. “If you […]

County Approves $178K for Patrol Vehicles

November 30, 2017

This article was in Thursday’s (November 30th, 2017) Herald and NewsWritten By: Stephen Floyd, H&N Staff Reporter Klamath County Commissioners have approved $178,425 to purchase four new Sheriff’s Office patrol vehicles to replace unsafe and inoperable patrol cars.The county plans to purchase Dodge Durangos from Salem-based Withnell Dodge for $120,304, with another $58,121 earmarked for equipment […]

TSA Equipment to Stay at Crater Lake-Klamath Regional Airport

November 27, 2017

This article was in Monday’s (November 27th, 2017) Herald and NewsWritten By: Sean Bassinger, H&N Staff ReporterSecurity equipment at Crater Lake-Klamath Regional Airport will stay put as efforts to reclaim commercial air services continue.Several Oregon lawmakers announced Monday that Transportation Security Administration (TSA) screening equipment would remain at the local airport for the duration. Rep. […]

Small Business Saturday Growing in Klamath Falls

This article was in Sunday’s (November 26th, 2017) Herald and NewsWritten By: Stephen Floyd, H&N Staff ReporterSmall Business Saturday was big hit in Downtown Klamath Falls, with many thanks going to the Klamath Falls Downtown Association.Shop owners credited the association with heavily promoting the event and setting an example for the types of deals and […]

Klamath Falls Parks Improvement Talks Spring into Action

November 25, 2017

This article was in Friday’s (November 24th, 2017) Herald and NewsWritten By: Sean Bassinger, H&N Staff Reporter Park-to-park trail connections, increased hours and expanded facilities were just three suggestions outlined at a Klamath Falls city council work session on city parks Monday evening.At least 20 people, including city staff and councilors, talked about moving forward with […]

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