Internship Opportunities Created through KCC, Lithia Partnership

November 26, 2019

A new partnership between Klamath Community College and Lithia Motors will place nine KCC students at three Klamath Falls dealerships, according to a KCC news release.Students who are accepted in the internship program will gain hands-on, real-world experience working as automotive technicians at the Lithia Toyota, Lithia Chrysler Jeep Dodge, and Lithia Ford dealerships.“Students accepted […]

Cascadia Call-to-Action: Klamath Could Help I-5 Corridor Post-Earthquake

November 5, 2019

This article was in Tuesday’s (November 5th, 2019) Herald and NewsWritten By: Holly Dillemuth, H&N Staff ReporterKlamath Falls could be equipped for helping residents on the Interstate 5 corridor recover once the Cascadia earthquake hits.That was the message heard by about 650 people who attended a TEDx-style presentation Saturday night at the Ross Ragland Theater, […]

KCEDA Recruits Upscale Tap House & Food-Cart Pavilion to Develop in Downtown

October 25, 2019

Klamath Falls, OR (October 25th, 2019) – Off the corner of Esplanade and Spring Street, “imagine” no more – Today, the Klamath County Economic Development Association (KCEDA) announced that the ownership of General Duffy’s Waterhole (Redmond, OR) has entered into an agreement with the Klamath County Board of Commissioners to purchase the former MedoBel site. […]

First Annual Klamath Basin Oktoberfest Brings in 2,500+ Attendees

September 25, 2019

Klamath Basin Oktoberfest is the Start of a Special Community TraditionIn their first annual event, KCEDA knocks it out of the park(September 24th, 2019 – Klamath Falls, OR) — It’s official – this last Saturday it quickly became clear that Bill Collier Ice Arena was the place to be if you were in Klamath Falls, […]

KCEDA Is All About Business

September 1, 2019

This article was in Sunday’s (September 1st, 2019) Herald and NewsWritten By: Francisca Benitez Klamath County Economic Development Association is all about making things happen in Klamath County.KCEDA is present at nearly every ribbon-cutting, ground-breaking and behind-the-scenes meeting for business in the county, yet many still don’t know of its existence and its purpose.KCEDA pitches Klamath […]

ESI’s New Owner Says it Will Maintain Klamath, Portland Operations

August 28, 2019

Written By: Mike Rogoway, The Oregonian MKS Instruments says it plans to maintain Oregon operations of roughly 300 employees it acquired when it paid $1 billion for Electro Scientific Industries last year.MKS agreed last week to sell three buildings that comprised ESI’s Washington County headquarters to Columbia Sportswear.The $33 million deal gives Columbia one of the […]

People’s Bank Breaks Ground in Klamath Falls

This article was in Wednesday’s (August 28th, 2019) Herald and NewsWritten By: Francisca Benitez Community members, as well as officers and directors of People’s Bank, came out to TimberMill Shores in Klamath Falls for the ceremonial groundbreaking of the bank’s sixth branch location.A canopy with refreshments and seating was set up in the downtown TimberMill Shores […]

Klamath County Saves Big on Beams

August 23, 2019

This article was in Friday’s (August 23rd, 2019) Herald and NewsWritten By: Francisca Benitez Klamath County Public Works is taking advantage of a rare opportunity to save a lot of money on bridge construction over the next decade.A large bridge construction project in Eugene by the Oregon Department Transportation employed a temporary bridge to keep traffic […]

Bealls to be Converted to Gordmans

August 21, 2019

This article was in Wednesday’s (August 21st, 2019) Herald and NewsWritten By: Francisa Benitez The Bealls location in Klamath Falls will soon be converted to a Gordmans, another store under Stage, the same umbrella company as Bealls.“Gordmans is an off-price retailer, which means that it has a wide array of merchandise for the entire family at […]

Klamath Dams Removal Price Tag at More Than $400 million

August 14, 2019

(AP) — Removing four hydroelectric dams along the lower Klamath River in Southern Oregon and Northern California is expected to cost just under $434 million and could happen by 2022, according to a new filing with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.The Capital Press reports the nonprofit Klamath River Renewal Corp. submitted plans with FERC in […]

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