Best Klamath podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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Reaching the world through preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ
 
Reaching the world through preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ
 
The Bald Faced Truth radio show on Portland's 102.9-FM and 750-AM The GAME, Fox Sports Eugene (95.7-FM and 1050-AM), and 960 ESPN KLAD AM in Klamath Falls with host, John Canzano. Oregon sports, big opinions, and the best guests. Oregon Ducks, Oregon State Beavers, Portland Trail Blazers, and more.
 
iShare Videos of High School Senior and Family portrait sessions produced by Brian Gailey Photogrpahy in Klamath Falls, Oregon.
 
Join American Road Editors on an amble along California's Bigfoot Scenic Byway with their guest guide, Judy Bushy. The Byway is a breathtaking Northern California stretch running 89-miles on a portion of Highway 96 surrounded by the Siskiyou and the Klamath Mountains.
 
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Pete Nichols talks to Waterkeeper Alliance Senior Organizer Lesley Adams about a fracked gas pipeline that would trample farms, ranches, and tribal lands to reach a proposed liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal in Coos Bay, Oregon. The proposed 229-mile pipeline would impact more than 400 waterways, including the Rogue, Umpqua, and Klama ...…
 
James Ivory saw his first movie when he was five at a theater in Klamath Falls, Ore. Eighty-four years later, he has become the oldest person ever to receive an Oscar at the Academy Awards.By raymond@jeffnet.org (rscully).
 
Basin Views is a podcast by Herald & News featuring interviews with experts in local topics important to the Klamath Basin.This week we sit down with Nathalie Johnston and Charla Oppenlander of Klamath County Libraries to discuss library programs, structure, and funding.This podcast is also available as a free subscription on iTunes and Google ...…
 
Andrew sits down with Greg Gillispie of Hyding Jekyll for today’s “Am I Crazy or Am I Just Raving” Podcast. Greg tells the story of how he chose to get into music and how he realized early in life that “music is a set of circular noises”. Greg tells the story of how an Elemental Records Artist show for a local radio station (KTEC) got him back ...…
 
"Rivers carry more than just water – they also carry sediment which is very important to a river’s function and its ability to naturally regulate itself from diseases."By digital@khsu.org.
 
During World War I, men in Klamath Falls, Ore., had to do productive work or risk being arrested for idleness.By raymond@jeffnet.org (rscully).
 
Today's Topics: Show outline, Delta stripers & Sturgeon, California's "Nutria" invasion, Klamath Basin waterfowl, Rogue & Umpqua steelhead, Staying warm in winter, Illegal meetings with state & federal water officials
 
WordsWithWings-the podcast episode eight - Conversation with Brian Keith Ellis Klamath Falls Film maker, producer and writer. Watch the Oscars Shorts at OIT this Saturday sponsored by Klamath Film!
 
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Episode 3 of US Railway Travelogue finds Tim Davies taking the first part of the San Francisco to Portland leg of his trip on the first of the iconic Amtrak trains he is taking - 'The Coast Starlight'.The episode begins with Tim at the bus stop in San Francisco's financial district, where he waits to take the bus out to Emeryville Station where ...…
 
Episode 3 of US Railway Travelogue finds Tim Davies taking the first part of the San Francisco to Portland leg of his trip on the first of the iconic Amtrak trains he is taking – ‘The Coast Starlight‘. The Amtrak logo. Photo credit: Tim Davies. The episode begins with Tim at the bus stop in San Francisco’s financial district, where he waits to ...…
 
The Klamath dams have been a source of debate and controversy on the North Coast for decades. In 2016, the Klamath River Renewal Corporation was tasked with gaining ownership and removal of four PacifiCorp dams on the Klamath River. Dave Meurer, Community Liaison for KRRC, discusses the history of the Klamath dams, how they ended up in the hand ...…
 
Hosts: Mike, Shar, Ian Topic: Ian’s wild stories about people and places in Klamath Falls
 
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