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Giant Boulder Hits Klamath Falls Area Home, No One Hurt

By Jim McCoy Thu 10th January NewsKlamath Falls newsrocks
A southern Oregon family says a refrigerator-sized boulder crashed into their manufactured home, leaving a giant hole in one wall and the huge rock in their living room. The Klamath Falls Herald and News reports (http://is.gd/dkECoz) that no one was injured. Corey and Jeanine Wells, their adult son and his pregnant fiancee were all in the Klamath County home along U.S.Read More »

Klamath Falls Doctor May Come Home

By Jim McCoy Wed 17th October NewsimmigrationKlamath Falls news
A Klamath Falls doctor who left the country to visit relatives in the Republic of Maldives and was blocked from returning is expected to be home soon. Radio station KFLS reports the State Department has told Rep. Greg Walden that travel documents are being made available Wednesday for Dr.Read More »

Klamath Man Sentenced For Burning Infant

By Jim McCoy Fri 22nd June Newschild abuseKlamath Falls news

A 29-year-old Klamath Falls man found guilty of intentionally burning an infant was sentenced Thursday to 20 years in prison. The Herald and News reportsJedadya Tamrin River Ferguson received the maximum sentence.He was convicted last month in circuit court of assault and criminal mistreatment.
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Traffic Stop Nets 107 lbs. of Marijuana

By Jim McCoy Wed 9th May NewsdrugsKlamath Falls news

A Tuesday night traffic top north of Klamath Falls led to an arrest and the seizure of 107 pounds of marijuana. 23-year old Brandon James Manger of Bend was being pulled over for a traffic violation when authorities found the pot in his Dodge Durango. The pot seized is valued at approximately 250-thousand dollars.Read More »

Klamath Falls City Councilor Faces Sex Abuse Charges

By Jim McCoy Thu 3rd May NewsGregory TaylorKlamath Falls news

A member of the Klamath Falls City Council has been arrested on a charge of sexual abuse of a boy under the age of 6.
     The Herald and News reports that 60-year-old Gregory Alvin Taylor was booked Wednesday at the Klamath County jail and released after posting 10 percent of the $100,000 bail.Read More »

Klamath Water Flows

Earlier warnings of a drought might be easing as water is flowing into the Lower Klamath National Wildlife Refuge.  Through September, 15-thousand acre feet of water will be available…but it’s not known how long the area will remain wet.  Just last month dry conditions resulted in the deaths of thousands of birds due to an avian cholera outbreak.


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