Klamath Falls Herald and News

Three new fire recruits joined the ranks of the Klamath County Fire District 1 on Friday, but not before showing off some of what they... [Read More]
It's quiet at Exodus House in Klamath Falls around 12:30 p.m. on a Thursday, which means the youths who call the house home are at... [Read More]
Homelessness isn't always easy to spot among teens. [Read More]
For Ryan Niemi and Lee Matchett, co-owners at FireServe Broadband Internet in downtown Klamath Falls, the end of net neutrality is a reason to celebrate. [Read More]
The Oregon Institute of Technology announced this week the selection of Brian Moravec as associate dean for Strategic Initiatives & Academic Affairs in the College... [Read More]
To say court supervision has changed during the 25 years Kiki Parker-Rose was with Klamath County Community Corrections would be an understatement. [Read More]
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Medical marijuana should not be judged on the same terms as recreational marijuana. The fear, however, exists that could happen because of U.S. Attorney General... [Read More]
There are plenty of reasons to vote "no" on Measure 101, the referendum on new taxes to fund Oregon's Medicaid program. [Read More]
The following students were named to the school's most recent honor roll:... [Read More]
Penthouse Global Media, the company behind the legendary adult magazine created five decades ago by Bob Guccione, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, according... [Read More]
Saturday, the Henley Freeze swim meet at the Ella Redkey Municipal Pool didn't quite live up to its name. [Read More]
It's great to see what can happen when county government works together to solve problems. It's only been a year with current team of commissioners... [Read More]
Sen. Jeff Merkley, D-Ore., is in the pocket of the nation's beet and cane sugar cartels. Merkley continually votes to maintain the U.S. sugar program.... [Read More]
The focus was defense. [Read More]
Second-rated Hidden Valley outscored Mazama in all four quarters Friday to take a 44-28 Skyline Conference girls basketball decision which allowed the Mustangs to remain... [Read More]
Mazama busted loose for a 22-6 first-quarter lead and went on to a 67-35 Skyline Conference boys basketball victory at Hidden Valley Friday and, in... [Read More]
A Merrill man with a history of property crimes has been arrested for allegedly stealing Native American artifacts from a gravesite in 2016, as well... [Read More]
As of Saturday afternoon, there were 116 people booked in the Klamath County Jail, which has a current capacity of 152. [Read More]
Joan Agnes Bussman, born in Klamath Falls, daughter of Andrew "Red" and Dorothy and sister of Clarence, passed away at 82. In a world of... [Read More]
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