Klamath Falls, Ore. – A legal challenge between federal and state rights is brewing over water in Klamath Falls. The legal statement was posted on the gates to the Link River Dam late Thursday afternoon. “Basically, the Oregon Department of ...

Klamath Falls, Ore. – An Oregon Tech professor wants to use solar power to help boost populations of endangered sucker fish on Upper Klamath Lake. Professor Mason Terry is the director of the Oregon Renewable Energy Center at Oregon Tech. ...

Klamath Falls, Ore. – After more than a month of deliberation, a federal judge has handed down a ruling on how water in the Klamath Basin should be handled this summer. Judge William Orrick issued his decision late Monday, ruling ...

Central Point, Ore.- Oregon’s wolf population is growing. According to Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, there are at least 116 known wolves in the state, as of 2016. An informational meeting was held Tuesday night, to give residents a ...

Chiloquin, Ore. – Federal funding, teams of biologists, and extensive studies are being used to help restore numbers of endangered sucker fish in the Klamath Basin. An effort was made Saturday to get spiritual help for the suckers, or c’waam, ...

Klamath Falls, Ore. – An advisor to the Secretary of the Interior meets with off-project water users in Klamath Falls. Alan Mikkelsen serves as a senior advisor to Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke. Mikkelsen reminded Klamath off-project irrigators Monday night that ...

Klamath County, Ore. – You heard it first from NBC5 in January that Klamath County Commissioners were pursuing a drought declaration. That declaration was signed Tuesday. “It was the 28% snow water equivalent we have right now in snowpack in ...

Klamath Falls, Ore. – The 2001 shutoff of water to Klamath Project irrigators is the focus of a trial now underway in federal court in Washington, D.C. – and the outcome could extend beyond the Klamath Basin. Farmers and ranchers ...

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