Klamath Tribes opens new transitional emergency shelter

The Klamath Tribes opened its new transitional emergency shelter at 310 South Fifth Avenue in Klamath Falls. It has been three years in the making, and plenty of tears of…

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Klamath Tribes acquire Williamson River Methodist Church and a 2-acre lot on Modoc Point Road

Williamson River Indian Mission United Methodist Church, as it was named upon its dedication in 1876, is located on Modoc Point Road. The church’s original mission was to proselytize the…

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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 Tribal Health & Family Services to open transitional emergency shelter

Homelessness is an epidemic affecting Americans in great proportions. Over the past six years, the number of people experiencing homelessness in Oregon has increased by 63 percent to 14,655. Locally,…

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Klamath Tribes purchases house along Highway 62 with spring-fed creek and more than 7 acres of land

In late December, the Klamath Tribes purchased a house located next to Crooked Creek along Highway 62 just outside of Fort Klamath. The purchasing price was $700,000. The Tribal Council…

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Klamath Tribes working to complete a new courthouse and expand judiciary powers

While tribes such as the Cherokee or Navajo have robust judicial systems capable of adjudicating a wide variety of cases – though the Federal Government prosecutes major, felony cases –…

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