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Wildfire sparks just south of Klamath Falls

UPDATE: At around 10:30 p.m. Saturday night, firefighters from Klamath County Fire District One informed us that a fire that sparked just south of Klamath Falls near Midland is now 100% lined. According to KCFD1, the fire did grow to roughly 40 acres before it was contained. Hot spots are...
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Firefighters battling brush fire near Midland Rest Stop

Midland: Firefighters from District 1, ODF, Kingsley, and other agencies are currently battling an approximately 1/2 acre brush fire in the area of and behind Midland Rest Area. The fire started in the 100 block of Cross Rd just east of Highway 97 and has spread. Currently one helicopter with a bucket is attacking the fire and engines are on scene for some structure protection of houses behind the rest area.
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Klamath Falls News

Brush fire in Midland scorches 60 acres

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. - At approximately 2:30 PM on Saturday, July 2, 2022, a fire ignited in Midland, Ore. near a residence on Cross Road. Strong winds quickly fanned the fire to the east, rapidly growing up the hill toward a communications tower. Winds also pushed the flames toward additional homes north of the fire.

As wells run dry, Oregon residents depend on a state program that trucks in water

Rhonda Nyseth’s well dried up on Sept. 15, 2021, nine months after she bought her house in Klamath Falls.  “When it happened, I won’t lie, I started crying immediately,” Nyseth said.  She was familiar with the situation. She’s a social services emergency liaison for the Oregon Department of Human Services Office of Resilience and Emergency […] The post As wells run dry, Oregon residents depend on a state program that trucks in water appeared first on Oregon Capital Chronicle.
Herald and News

Looking Back: This week in Klamath Basin history for the week of July 2

Current rumors that typhoid is prevalent in this city are without foundation, as tests of the city water have shown no typhoid germs, City Health Officer Stewart said. Stewart said that while recent tests have been excellent, further tests are being made to determine the exact condition of the water, and until reports are received the public is advised to boil all water used for drinking purposes.

173rd FW to conduct Independence Day flyovers in Oregon

KINGSLEY FIELD, Ore. – The 173rd Fighter Wing out of Kingsley Field in Klamath Falls, Ore. will conduct Independence Day flyovers for ceremonies at locations throughout Oregon. F-15 Eagle fighter jets are scheduled to conduct flyovers at the following community locations at, or around, the designated times on Monday,...

Museums open on Fourth of July

The Baldwin Hotel and Fort Klamath Museums will be open to visitors on Monday, July 4. Free tours of the Baldwin Hotel lobby and mezzanine levels will be available from noon to 4 p.m. The museum is located at 31 Main St. in Klamath Falls. Admission is always free at...
Herald and News

Henley's Malia Mick signs softball letter of intent with Oregon Tech

Oregon Tech softball coach Greg Stewart announced the signing of all-state outfielder Malia Mick to a letter of intent for the 2023 season. “I am excited to sign another local standout in Malia Mick and add another talented player to our roster this fall,” Stewart said. “Malia will be a nice addition to our outfield in the coming years as she has a plus arm and hits from the left side for both power and average.”

Beautiful Home For Sale at 5819 Havencrest, Klamath Falls… Shown by Rick Batsell of Keller Williams Realty, Priced Reduced!

For Sale at 5819 Havencrest, sits a gorgeous home with a magnificent view of the Klamath Basin in one of the nicest neighborhoods in Klamath Falls. This home offers your family 3 bedrooms and 2 1/2 bathrooms with a large 2,651 sq. feet of living space, on a .28 acre lot. This beautiful home sits high in the North Hills subdivision.
Klamath Falls News

Sentry Eagle 2022 roars over Klamath Basin after 5-year hiatus

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. - Sentry Eagle 2022 started with a roar as four F-15 Eagles winged their way over the crowded flightline, punctuating a live rendition of the National Anthem and kicking off a day of aerial demonstrations, food and festivities. “Once every couple of years, we open the doors...
Herald and News

Allen, Cynthia "Cindy" Lynne

Cynthia "Cindy" Lynne Allen Cynthia "Cindy" Lynne Allen, age 72, unexpectedly passed away on Tuesday, June 7, 2022, in Klamath Falls, OR. Cindy was born to the late Oscar and Louise Grossaint on October 7, 1949, in Los Angeles, CA. She married Danny Allen on April 29, 1972, recently celebrating 50 years of marriage. Danny and Cindy had four children and raised them in the Klamath Falls area. Cindy considered her family her greatest accomplishment, and they spent many hours camping, fishing, and laughing together. Cindy's love for her family was only matched by her love for the Lord. Cindy leaves behind her husband, Danny Allen; brother Dee Tryon; son, Cody (Leslie) Allen; daughters Angie Lawler, Karie (Kevin) Pang, and Kristy (Nathan) Barrett; grandchildren, Tye, Aireal, Karissa, Sierra, Kaylee, Kelsey, Isabella, Carter, and Austin; and great-grandchild, Oliver. Family and friends are invited to a service to celebrate Cindy's life at 10:00am, July 9, 2022 at O'Hair & Ward's Funeral Chapel, 515 Pine St., Klamath Falls, followed by burial at Eternal HillsMemorial Gardens, 4711 Highway 39. A potluck reception will take place after the burial, at Crest Park 3801 Hilyard Ave.97603.
Mount Shasta Herald

As Tule Lake vanishes, so do lives and livelihoods

TULELAKE, Calif. – The cracks in the dry lakebed are wide enough to slip your hand inside. A reminder that this vast, flat, moonlike landscape was once wet, and covered in life. In too many ways, the story of Tule Lake, in the far northeast corner of Siskiyou County,...

Midland Empire Insurance Has Your Home Covered

Midland Empire insurance has been helping local Klamath Basin residents with homeowners and renters insurance for over 75 years. We can find the best homeowner’s policy to fit your needs. Protect your home, protect your family. Your home may be your largest financial investment. Working with us, your insurance...
Herald and News

Heiney, Allen Lambert

Allen Lambert Heiney passed away June 18, 2022, in Portland, Oregon. He was born January 19, 1962, in Klamath Falls, Oregon to Richard Allen Heiney and Wilma Eylene (Schindler) Heiney. He graduated from Tulelake High School in 1980, and soon thereafter married Joelle Harmon. Together they had two sons, Chad and Daniel, whom he loved dearly. A graveside memorial with be held Saturday, July 16 at 11:00am at Klamath Memorial Park, 2680 Memorial Drive, Klamath Falls, Oregon. See for a full obituary.