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Klamath Basin News, Thursday, April 18th – KCSD Crystal Apple Award Winners

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Today’s Basin News Headlines

Klamath County School District’s 2019 Crystal Apple Awardees personify the highest example of educators who go above and beyond to inspire, educate and help students.  CLICK HERE TO READ ABOUT THE WINNERS!

Business teacher, FBLA advisor
Mazama High School, 4 years with KCSD

Other News:

Group to hold ‘Signs of love’ in nonviolent demonstration

The Klamath Falls Unitarian Universalist Church’s social justice committee will host a nonviolent demonstration in front of the South Sixth Street Starbucks Thursday, April 18, to support marginalized community members.

The sidewalk where committee members and other supporters will gather has recently been frequented by a man holding racist, sexist, white supremacist signs.

UU social justice committee member Anya Kawka said the demonstration, which will begin at 9:30 a.m. with a brief, nonviolence training behind Starbucks, is not meant to make a political statement or confront the racist sign-holder.

Sheriff to hire jail nurse, animal control deputies

The Klamath County Sheriff is hiring a jail nurse, two animal control deputies and a second pretrial release officer.

Sheriff Chris Kaber said the extra positions, approved by county commissioners last week at budget hearings, will bring more attention and safety to inmates and the public at large.

Commissioners also approved $18,000 per year to fund a KCSO smartphone body camera program with 30 cameras for patrol officers.

Local filmmaker Skye Borgman to host Q&A for hit film

A shocking documentary profiling a bizarre series of crimes involving an Idaho family in the 1970s has garnered tremendous national attention this year, and now the filmmaker behind it, Skye Borgman, a Klamath Union High School graduate, is returning home to Klamath Falls for a special screening and audience question-and-answer session.

“Abducted in Plain Sight” will be shown at Pelican Cinemas at 6 p.m. Saturday, followed by an audience question-and-answer session with Borgman. Tickets for the event are $10, available in advance at www.klamathfilm.org


…For complete details on these and other stories see today’s Herald & News.  Wynne Broadcasting and the Herald and News…stronger together to keep you informed.

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