• The Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair in conjunction with the Merrill Park Service, Crater Lake Trollies and WalMart will be providing a free shuttle bus service for senior citizens from Klamath Falls and Merrill to the Tulelake-Butte Valley Fairgrounds on Saturday, September 6 and Sunday, September 7. The shuttle bus will be offering one pickup site in Klamath Falls at WalMart, with the pickup site located on the south end of the WalMart parking lot. The shuttle bus will also have a pickup site in Merrill at the Merrill Park District. The pickup site will be located in the picnic area behind the Polar Bear Restaurant. The shuttle bus schedule is listed below. Please call the fair office at 530-667-5312 for more information about this new service! The Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair would like to extend a big thanks to the Merrill Park District, Crater Lake Trolley and to WalMart for helping to provide this important service to the area’s senior citizens.

    Pickup Schedule:

    Klamath Falls

    Pickup Location: South end of the Walmart Parking Lot

    Dates: Saturday, September 6 and Sunday, September 7

    Pickup Times: 10:00 a.m., 1:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m.

    Merrill

    Pickup Location: Merrill Park District – Picnic Area located behind the Polar Bear Restaurant

    Dates: Saturday, September 6 and Sunday, September 7 (more…)

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    This tourney is organized by former Yreka High School basketball player Dan Orloff. Orloff also has a clothing business called Fight the Stereotype Check it out. (more…)

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    Photos from COS inter-squad scrimmage held on Saturday, August 23, 2014 at COS.

    The Eagles open up their season at San Mateo on September 6. The first COS football home game is September 13 against Delta.

    The Eagles were back-to-back Mid-Empire Conference champions the past two years (4-0 & 3-1), as well as the Central Division champions in 2012 (10-1). This season, they are playing in the NorCal Conference with American River, Sac City, Feather River, Sierra, and Butte. (more…)

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    Photos by Kady Porterfield

    The Butte Valley Bulldogs hosted the Happy Camp Indians and Hayfork Timberjacks for a scrimmage in Dorris on Saturday.

    Butte Valley, last season’s North Section 8-man runner-up, opens up at home next Friday against the Greenville Indians.

    Happy Camp is at Elk Creek on Friday. (more…)

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    Mt. Shasta hosted Fall River for a bit of a scrimmage on Friday evening, with both junior varsity and varsity teams participating.

    Mt. Shasta opens the season at home next Friday against the Yreka Miners,

    Fall River was originally scheduled to host Burney for the annual Fair Bowl next Wednesday, but that game has been moved to later in the season. (more…)

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    Photo by Stan Krute

    The 2014 Siskiyou Golden Fair Diaper Derby was an exciting come-from-behind-outta-nowhere win in the final stretch. Shealynn Rose Thompson, daughter of Amanda Vaughn (pictured above), was quickest down the carpet to capture the 2014 crown.

    Shealynn will receive a $50 gift card from Tri Counties Bank and bragging rights for the next year.

    “You just can’t beat a good diaper derby,” said fair CEO, Cliff Munson. “There is electricity in the air when families gather to cheer on their young contestants!” (more…)

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    Junior Poultry Awards: Michael Riehm , Montague,Champion Market Pen of Poultry, Anya Ireson-Janke, Greenhorn 4-H,Senior Advanced Showman, Blakeley Hittson, Grenada 4-H, Junior Advanced and Overall Showman, Tessa Ireson-Janke, Greenhorn 4-H, Beginning Showman. Blakeley Hittson, Best of Show

    Junior Turkey Awards: Jesse Martin, Etna, Champion, Trey Bradford, Etna FFA Reserve, Preston Munson, Etna FFA Sr. Advanced Showman & Overall Showman, Jesse Martin, Etna Jr. Advanced Showman, Blakeley Hittson, Grenada 4-H, Beginning Showman

    Junior Rabbit Awards: Matt Ward, Yreka FFA, Champion Market Pen, Laney Spencer, Montague, Reserve Champion Market Pen, Gabriella Riehm, Yreka FFA, Senior Advanced & Overall Showman, Leasa Lindstrand, Montague, Junior Advanced Showman, Cali White, Gazelle 4-H, Beginning Showman, Makenna Letendre, Big Springs 4-H, Primary Showman

    Junior Cavy Awards: Nonna Simmons, Klamath River, Senior Advanced & Overall Showman, Hunter Harris, Fort Jones 4-H, Jr. Advanced Showman

    Junior Goat Awards: Daniel Beck, Montague, Champion Market Goat, Myra Whipple, Big Springs 4-H, Reserve Market Goat, Matt Ward, Yreka FFA, Senior Advanced Showman, Marissa Budesilich, Greenhorn 4-H, Junior Advanced & Overall Showman, Kaitlynn Beck, Montague & Allison Deaton Alturas, Beginning Showmanship. Matt Ward, Yreka FFA, Champion Milk Goat, Marissa Budesilich, Greenhorn 4-H, Reserve Milk Goat (more…)

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    Results from the 2014 Siskiyou Golden Fair’s Scott Valley Bank CCPRA rodeo, held on Saturday, August 9.

    California Outdoor Properties Bareback Riding Champion – Casey Meroshnekoff, Red Bluff

    Clarity Medial Spa Calf Roping Champion – Taylor Santos, Creston

    Rex Club Saddle Bronc Champion – Ad Bugenig, Fortuna

    Fawaz Farming Breakaway Roping Champion – Carly Twisselman, Shandon

    Outlaw Saddles & Silver Steer Wrestling – In memory of Freda Wilson – Champion – Lane Wilson, Montague (more…)

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    Ron Slabbinck, new music instructor, at COS is looking for singers to join the many vocal ensembles COS will offer this fall. Slabbinck was hired this summer and is replacing Elaine Schaefer, who retired from COS in May.

    This fall, Slabbinck will be teaching a variety of music classes at COS including Applied Voice, Music Appreciation, Computerized Music, and will take the baton as choral director for the Concert and Chamber Choirs and the Vocal Jazz Ensemble. Registration is open and all singers are invited to register.

    Vocal Jazz Ensemble (MUS 1512 / #7181) – This ensemble consists of 12 to 15 singers and performs advanced vocal jazz literature on campus and throughout the community. Solos, improvisation and tight harmonies are all a part of this exciting ensemble. Auditions for the 2014/2015 Vocal Jazz Ensemble will take place on Tuesday, August 19, from 1:30 to 3:20 pm in the Theater building, room T-1. Singers do not need to prepare for the audition. Rehearsals are scheduled for Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:30 to 3:20 pm, with additional sectional rehearsals scheduled once the group has been selected.

    Chamber Choir (MUS 1507 / #7180) – This ensemble is open to male and female singers who want to sing challenging and fun choral music from Renaissance to Broadway. If you enjoy singing acapella music, you will have plenty of opportunities in this dynamic choir. Rehearsals take place on Mondays and Wednesdays from 2:00 to 3:15 pm, with additional sectional rehearsal scheduled once the semester begins. (more…)

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    Gentle Yoga, will be offered this fall at the Weed Campus in two, six-week sessions to be taught by Jan Cowan. Ms. Cowan has taught yoga at COS for the past seven years and brings a wealth of experience both as an instructor and as a practicing yoga enthusiast. The emphasis on this class is “gentle,” so it is suitable for beginners as well as experienced yoga students wishing to deepen their practice. The student will develop “mindful” breathing while strengthening the body and mind with gentle yoga stretches.

    The first six-week session (XFW 0335 / #7252) will be held August 25 thru October 8 and will meet weekly on Monday and Wednesday mornings from 9 to 9:50 a.m. in the Theater Building, room 4. The second session (XFW 0335 / #7253) will be held October 13 thru November 24. The cost for each session is $20. (more…)

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    Photos by Bob Parker

    At the end of three innings, the Klamath Cardinals seemed well on their way to a Senior Babe Ruth World Series championship. Chase Fernlund reached on an error. Cody Dykstra and Drew Seater singled to load the bases in the bottom of the third. A grand slam by Jesse Hilyard staked the Cardinals to a 4-0 lead over the Alabama Raw Dogs. That however, is where the highlight reel hit a snag.

    The Raw Dogs came back to score three runs in the top of the fourth inning, taking advantage of a two-out error by Klamath Falls.

    Alabama capitalized on another error in the sixth inning, putting up three more runs for a 6-4 lead.

    And in the seventh? Yes, the Raw Dogs were helped by another Cardinal error, as they sealed the win with three more runs, 9-4.

    Josh Overstreet started and took the loss for the Cardinals (5 IP, 6 R, ER, 7 H, 0 BB, K). Tevin Cadola pitched two innings (3 R, 0 ER, 4 H, BB, 0 K). (more…)

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    Photo by Bob Parker

     style=The Klamath Falls Cardinals advanced to the Senior Babe Ruth World Series championship, with a 1-0 win over a team from San Gabriel, CA on Thursday night, in Ephrata, WA. The Cardinals will play the Alabama Raw Dogs at 1:00 pm on Thursday for the title. The Raw Dogs defeated Team Cape Cod earlier in the day, 1-0, in eight innings.

    The Cardinals’ lone run came on a big fly by Willie Howard in the bottom of the second inning. Howard was 2/3 in the game. Jesse Hilyard notched the complete game shutout on the mound (7 IP, 5 H, 2 BB, 3 K). It was the third shutout of the tourney for Klamath Falls.

    Cade Parker was the only Siskiyou County player to see action against San Gabriel, and went 0-3 at the plate. It was the first time in five games that he did not reach base. Parker has scored four runs in the tourney and driven in three. He was named Player of the Game against Tri-County, TX, when he went 2/2 with a run and a pair of RBIs. Parker will be a senior at Yreka High School in the fall. (more…)

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