69th Annual Klamath Tribes All Indian Basketball Tournament

Men’s Championship winner: Hostile, NV pay out cash $ 8,000. Isaiah Crowl, Scotty Riddle, Xavier Rodriguez, JD Sam, Tyler Fry, Trevor Lemos, Tyler Crowl Lil Scotty Riddle, Tuffy Kirk, Women’s Championship…

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Educators in Chiloquin and the Klamath County School District share their views on the implementation of Senate Bill 13

Senate Bill 13 was enacted by the Oregon Legislature in 2017 to create a K-12 Native American Curriculum for inclusion in public schools and provide professional development for educators. The…

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Q&A with Glendon Smith, the new Oregon State Police liaison to the 9 Tribes of Oregon

Glendon Smith was hired in June 2023 as the first Oregon State Police liaison to the nine tribes of Oregon. In March, he visited the Klamath Tribes to introduce himself…

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Crater Lake and its origins

5700 B.C. Mount Mazama was 12,000 feet tall at its peak. A dormant volcano erupted, creating the well-known Crater Lake. Mount Mazama’s elevation is now about 6,000 feet up and…

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Chairman’s Report

Potential Long Bell Land Acquisition Update During the November 2023 General Council Meeting, Tribal Council was directed to appoint an ad hoc committee to explore the potential acquisition of nearly…

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Proposed landfill site adjacent to Klamath Marsh draws sharp rebuke from Klamath Tribes

Landfills are necessary, though no site is ideally suited to host one. However, some locations make for questionable proposals. A landfill being proposed to occupy 806 acres of land south…

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Multiple tribal projects in Chiloquin underway to alleviate tribal housing needs, providing affordable and transitional housing

There is a housing crisis across the nation and in Klamath County – and Chiloquin is no exception. To address the problem locally, the Klamath Tribes Housing and Planning Departments…

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Klamath Tribes Human Resources Department seeks to increase the workforce

Klamath Tribes’ Human Resources Director, Laurel Robinson, has worked in HR for the Klamath Tribes since 1996 at Tribal Health and Tribal Administration. She is confronted with issues plaguing any…

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Fremont-Winema National Forest News

The Pacific Northwest Region of the U.S.D.A. Forest Service has selected a new Regional Forester, effective Jan. 14. As the Regional Forester, Jacqueline “Jacque” Buchanan will oversee the management of…

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Klamath Tribes’ Quail Trail Transit Program adds 2 new buses to existing fleet; 2 new SUVs for medical transport program

The Klamath Tribes Quail Trail bus service will be adding two brand-new Ford F-450s, each with a capacity of 14 passengers, to its current fleet to supplement routes between Chiloquin,…

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