Susie Konieczny, an Asante Health System employee for 11 years, attends a candlelight vigil for unvaccinated workers who were losing their jobs outside Asante Three Rivers Medical Center on Sunday night.
By Jeff Duewel of the Daily Courier
The deadline for K-12 school employees and health care workers in Oregon to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 came and went Monday without obvious disruptions locally.
The superintendents for the Grants Pass and Three Rivers school districts said less than 3% of their staffs elected to quit rather than be fired or claim a religious exemption. A sizeable minority, 21%, claimed medical or religious exemptions. Read More »
Henley's Trevor Tobiasson (front) and North Valley's Zachery Mayle match one another stride for stride as they duel for the ball during the Hornets' 3-0 Skyline Conference victory over the Knights on Monday afternoon. North Valley fell to 2-4-2 in conference play.
North Valley coach Tyler Goens said his team played well Monday in a 3-0 Skyline Conference boys' soccer loss to third-ranked Henley in Merlin.
"We played great," he said. "When we [played in Klamath Falls against Henley on Sept. 30], they beat us 8-0. We got eight-goaled, and it was pretty rough. The guys played much better tonight."
The Hornets (10-2-1, 8-0 Skyline) were up 2-0 at the half as they scored off a corner kick with one second left on the scoreboard clock.
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Wadsworth, the butler, (David Vickoren) keeps an eye on unhappy dinner guests, from left, Colonel Mustard (Greg Franklin), Miss Scarlet (Jamie Banister), Mr. Green (Tim Coatney), Mrs. Peacock (Jamie Krull), Mrs. White (Gwen Duffy) and Professor Plum (Steven Corelis) in "Clue: On Stage" at Barnstormers Theatre.
By Edith Decker of the Daily Courier
Whether you're someone who watches a mystery and knows whodunnit or someone who hasn't a clue, you'll enjoy "Clue: On Stage," a new edition set in the Red Scare year of 1954.
The Barnstormers Theatre opened their run of the comedy Friday and it plays weekends through, appropriately, Halloween. Though tickets are sold out, a waiting list is available. Read More »
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