Unique firefighting crew has common trait: Military service

Most of those on a new elite wildfire crew have a common background: They're military veterans
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SkyWest eyes offering flights out of Klamath Falls

Utah-based SkyWest Airlines is taking a look at offering commercial air service out of Crater Lake-Klamath Regional Airport but has not made any commitments
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Federal agency withholds $500K for Oregon water study

The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation is withholding $500,000 allocated for a water quality study of Oregon's Upper Klamath Lake, citing potential budget cuts
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Crater Lake saw few visitors because of wildfire smoke

The number of summer visitors to Crater Lake National Park in south-central Oregon has dropped for the second consecutive year because of smoke from wildfires
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Reclamation agrees to reimburse Drought Response Agency

The federal government has agreed to reimburse the Drought Response Agency for water given to the Tulelake National Wildlife Refuge and the Lower Klamath Nation
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Oregon plans meetings on proposed controlled burn rules

Oregon agencies are holding a series of public meetings on measures aimed at reducing wildfire smoke by increasing controlled burns during non-fire seasons
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The new face of the American carnival

Within just four hours, the carnival rides, games and ticket booths at the Klamath County Fair were folded up and packed away as the crew prepared to make their
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Motorcyclist killed, 3 injured in Klamath Falls crash

Authorities say a motorcyclist was killed and 3 others were injured in a traffic crash in Klamath Falls
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Oregon man accused of hammer attack on ex-girlfriend, others

Authorities say a Klamath Falls man struck his ex-girlfriend and her brother with a hammer, seriously injuring them
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Oregon prosecutor rehired 4 years after gun incident

An Oregon prosecutor is back on the job nearly 4 after he threatened two men with a gun during an argument outside a bar
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K-Falls man sentenced to prison for attack on grandmother

A Klamath Falls man pleaded no contest to a charge that he assaulted his grandmother last month in Bly
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Oregon couple, fugitives for 18 years, found in Mississippi

A woman who fled child molestation charges in Oregon 18 years ago has been arrested in Mississippi and will be extradited to Klamath County for prosecution
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'Spandex Mafia' fights backlash against bike lane in K-Falls

'Spandex Mafia' fights backlash against bike lane in K-Falls
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Pro-Second Amendment measure to appear on Klamath ballot

Klamath County voters will decide a pro-Second Amendment measure this fall
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Marijuana petition qualifies for November ballot

A petition to allow the sale of recreational marijuana within the city of Klamath Falls has garnered enough signatures to qualify for the November ballot
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F-15 dogfights shatter the calm in SW Oregon wilderness

F-15 dogfights shatter the calm in SW Oregon wilderness
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New Mexico approves rules for industrial hemp cultivation

The New Mexico State University Board of Regents has approved a rule to govern the industrial cultivation of hemp starting next year
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Portland tolling plan would cover downtown

Oregon transportation officials have unveiled a proposal to eventually toll two stretches along Portland-area freeways
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Fear that uproar over gene-edited babies could block science

The uproar over the unproven report of gene-edited births in China has researchers elsewhere worried about a backlash
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Bruce helps Texas Southern win home opener

Derrick Bruce came off the bench to score a season-high 21 points and Texas Southern held off NAIA-member Huston-Tillotson in its home opener
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Lawmakers press for fingerprinting of detention camp staff

Lawmakers say detention camp holding thousands of teens in the Texas desert must start putting staff through rigorous background checks and provide adequate men
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California winery and Oregon meet to defuse labeling dispute

Oregon regulators and a California winery accused of misrepresenting the Oregon origins of its bestselling pinot noir say they're working to resolve the dispute
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Lawmakers call for detention camp reforms

Lawmakers say detention camp holding thousands of teens in the Texas desert must start putting staff through rigorous background checks and provide adequate men
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Oregon State student convicted of hate crime

An Oregon State University student with ties to white nationalists in the Pacific Northwest has been convicted for putting offensive stickers on the cars of mem
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