Friday Nov 29
Food pantry in Chiloquin struggling to stay open
The Klamath Falls Herald and News reports the pantry distributes food monthly and serves 200 people, filling a large gap in the economically depressed community with a population estimated this year at 735.
The Daily Courier
Trial begins tomorrow for man accused in multi-decade sex case
Scott Orr The Daily Courier PRESCOTT - The jury trial for Eric George McNeill, accused in numerous sex crimes against children between 4 and 17 years old over a 40-year period, begins tomorrow.
Wall Street Journal
Loco for Loco
The train fans who gather at Train Mountain near Chiloquin, Ore., are typical of the members of the nation's live-steam clubs: They've taken their fascination far past the Lionel train-around-the-Christmas tree.
Cowboy movie comes to Sisters
A movie about a rare cowboy with a cause and a local connection will be running for at least the next week at the Sisters Movie House.