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Henley High School honor roll | Community  Herald and News

The following students were named to the school's most recent honor roll:

Like being kind? There’s a club for that  Klamath Falls News

The students picked up pens. They had 400 notes to write and only 30 minutes to do so. “If you came to school tomorrow, what message would you like to see on ...

Lessons from the hungry  Herald and News

Editor's note: Henley High School seniors Macy Hullman and Sophia Gomez started their senior project, Hunger: Not Impossible, as sophomores “because we ...

Spotlight on schools | Community  Herald and News

Klamath County School District. Districtwide – Wednesday: Professional development day; one hour delayed start. Bonanza School — Thursday: Elementary ...

Henley High School No. 1 in state graduation rankings  Herald and News

Henley High School's graduation rate is among the best in the state, and the Hornets are No. 1 in The Oregonian newspaper's ranking of 2017 graduation rates ...

Work progressing on new Henley High School track  Herald and News

A new track at Henley High School is nearly complete. Red rubber coating went down late last week, and contractors say it should be ready for striping this ...

Henley High School Increases Security Following Two Threats  KDRV

Law enforcement will be increased around the Henley High School and Henley Complex this week following threats. Both threats were made on the same day ...

Henley High principal addresses threats, school safety  Herald and News

Following two unrelated threats to the campus last week, Henley High School Principal Jack Lee hopes even more emphasis is made to address mental health ...

Henley High School Offering Reward After Pair of Threats  KDRV

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Henley High School is offering a $500 reward today after a pair of threats brought the Klamath County Sheriff's Office to the school.

Henley High Graduated 144 Seniors  Klamath Falls News

Henley High School senior class president Mia Groff chose numbers to tell the story of her fellow graduates. She began with the number 1377.

Henley High School and Henley Complex Beefing Up Security Fo  KDRV

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Cleland Stepping Down as Henley Baseball Coach  Klamath Falls News

Tim Cleland is stepping down from the head coaching position for the Henley High Hornets baseball. Cleland has coached at Henley for 15 years, 11 of which ...

Henley student honored for after-school program  Herald and News

As students filled the bleachers at Henley High School for their annual end-of-term assembly, one sophomore received special recognition and a large check for ...

Productive Summer: Construction Projects, Other Jobs Completed  Klamath Falls News

Before school started last week, six fifth- and sixth-grade teachers at Peterson Elementary School spent at least a week moving supplies, books and other ...

Henley DECA Grabs Ribbons at Districts  Klamath Falls News

Henley High School DECA students grabbed several first-, second- and third-place finishes at the first DECA District III competition Monday at Oregon Institute of ...

Meet the new boss  Herald and News

Klamath Basin — meet the new baseball coach at Henley High School, Adam Randall.

To the moon, for science  Herald and News

Thanks to his help, the astronauts successfully got to the moon and back in 1969.

Henley Swarm One of Five Finalists in 'We Are #1' OSAA Video Competition  Klamath Falls News

The Henley Hornets join, the Grant Generals, Molalla Indians, South Medford Panthers, and the South Salem Saxons the five finalists of the "We are #1" OSAA ...

Henley to present 'Walk Two Moons' through Saturday  Herald and News

For its spring play, Henley High School is adapting the young adult novel “Walk Two Moons” to the stage.

Klamath County School District construction crews finish summer projects  Herald and News

Before school started last week, six fifth- and sixth-grade teachers at Peterson Elementary School spent at least a week moving supplies, books and other ...

Graduation Motivation: Speaker lights fire under high school seniors  Herald and News

Nearly 700 high school seniors from 14 schools in the Klamath Basin got an earful of advice as they face the challenges of life and their pending graduation ...

Operation prom night  KOBI-TV NBC5 / KOTI-TV NBC2

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Over 800 Klamath County high school students got a shocking look at the dangers of drunk driving, and distracted driving Thursday.

Henley hosts second annual KidWind competition  Herald and News

Alyssa Michaelis, Jeff Hudson and Thys DeHoop were last to compete as they set up their wind turbine, dubbed “Blade Runner,” in the wind tunnel for the ...

Though progressing, Klamath Basin schools still behind in state goals  Herald and News

The numbers could be discouraging or encouraging depending on the schools in question: graduation rates and math learning outcomes in Klamath Basin ...

The Rundown for Friday, October 19, 2018  Klamath Falls News

High School Varsity Football results for the week of Friday, October 19, 2018.

KCSD 2018 Summer Camps  Klamath Falls News

The end of the school year does not mean the end of learning in the Klamath Basin. There are summer schools and camps to keep students learning all summer ...

High Schools Hold Events March 14 to Mark Walk Up Not Out  Klamath Falls News

Mazama, Henley and Gilchrist high schools are taking time on March 14 to focus on the positive, show ways to help one another, and mark the tragic school ...

Mazama High hosts second annual College and Career Fair  Klamath Falls News

More than 1200 students visited 80 booths at the second annual Mazama High School College and Career Fair. This year the fair expanded, including more ...

Close game: Henley, Hidden Valley tie in hope of playoff appearance  Herald and News

By JOAQUIN AGUILAR. H&N Sports Reporter. They had their chances. No. 25 Henley faced No. 22 Hidden Valley Monday, a game that with a victory, could ...

Fewer than half of Oregon grads opt for college  Herald and News

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The human cost  Herald and News

It was the screams that got to me. As a reporter, you keep distant from most wrecks. Either you arrive by the time any serious patients have been seen to, or the ...

Henley High drama club presents 'The Outsiders'  Herald and News

This year the S.E. Hinton novel, “The Outsiders,” turns 50 years old. Since it was published in 1967 it has sold more than 15 million copies and has been ...

Henley High School to launch aerospace engineering program  Herald and News

Henley High School is ready to launch its students into aerospace engineering, setting them on course for college and career that goes all the way to the ...

'Murder runs in the family' comes to the Hampton Theater  Herald and News

A suspicious death. Eclectic family members. And more than one will from deceased patriarch Bernard Pallfeather, which is to be read at midnight.

County schools budget maintains programs  Herald and News

The Klamath County School District Budget Committee approved the 2018-19 budget, which includes no layoffs, no hourly cuts, and adds three new teacher ...

Henley softball rolls past Hidden Valley, 21-1  Herald and News

Henley softball slugged its way to a Skyline Conference victory against Hidden Valley Wednesday at Henley High school, 21-1.

Henley graduates 144 seniors  Herald and News

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Students Choose Kindness  Klamath Falls News

Students at Klamath County School District high schools stood in solidarity with students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, ...

KCSD's Maintenance Supervisor, Project Manager Plans to Move from Area  Klamath Falls News

Klamath County School District's maintenance supervisor and project manager is leaving the area and the district Nov. 2 to pursue new opportunities.

VP moves up to principal at Henley High School  Herald and News

Jack Lee has worked at Henley School for 15 years and he doesn't plan on leaving anytime soon.

Blowing away the competition  Herald and News

While building their wind turbine, called “The Patriot,” Henley High School engineering students Thys DeHoop, Travis Gilliland and Jeffrey Hudson had a secret ...

Klamath Falls School District awarded $5000 for active shooter training  KTVL

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — The Klamath County School District was named the statewide Safety Star for its school safety practices at an award ceremony on ...

Honors SWARM Henley for school spirit  Herald and News

Since freshman year, Ram Rey Duran and his classmates have been an energetic group.

'Champion in Life'  Herald and News

As a wrestler in high school, the biggest battle Richard Jensen faced was outside the arena. Plagued by his insecurities and low self-esteem, Jensen was sure of ...

Photo Story: Active Shooter Drill  Klamath Falls News

Caution: Images are not graphic but are sensitive to some. - Over 500 Klamath County School District staff and 50 First Responders from around the Klamath ...

2018 Crystal Apple Awards April 17  Klamath Falls News

What: Crystal Apple Awards Date: April 17, 2018. Time: 7:00 PM Place: Ross Ragland Theater. The voices nominating the 2018 Crystal Apple Awardees ...

Hayden Rasica has back-to-back no-hitters  Herald and News

Hayden Rasica has done it again. For the second time in the last week, Rasica threw a no-hitter in a 10-0 defeat of North Valley Saturday at Henley High School.

All About the Dirt  Klamath Falls News

Bonanza, Henley, Lost River compete in Southern Oregon District Soils Evaluation contest A couple of years ago, the softball field at Bonanza Junior-Senior ...

Students, teachers honored for their work with others  Herald and News

The winners were described as “passionate, selfless not selfish, and caring for others when nobody is watching.”

Tinniswood honored: Henley’s soccer field is named after pioneer coach  Herald and News

Sue Tinniswood will be forever remembered in the Klamath Basin.

High School cardboard boat competition in Klamath Falls  KOBI-TV NBC5 / KOTI-TV NBC2

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Upper Klamath Lake served as an engineering and physics classroom for high school students in a cardboard boat competition Monday.

2018 Klamath Basin Potato Festival court, grand marshals chosen  Herald and News

Potatoes Grow Where Water Flows” is the theme for the 81st Annual Klamath Basin Potato Festival which will be held Oct. 19 and 20 in Merrill. The festival ...

Mazama defense makes statewide statement after Henley shutout  Herald and News

If someone said Mazama football was going to beat Henley, 50-0, they might have been thought of as crazy.

Henley is home  Herald and News

Five generations of the Margaret McCadden family have attended Henley schools.

Photo Story: Henley vs Mazama  Klamath Falls News

At the beginning of the night, both teams were playing for a Conference Championship - for Henley a share, and Mazama an outright championship.

For the love of taters  Herald and News

MALIN — Despite lack of snow, drought and water concerns all summer; the harvest time is finally here signaling time once again to celebrate with the annual ...

KCSD and First Responders Active Shooter Drill  Klamath Falls News

More than 500 Klamath County School District staff and about 50 first responders from around the Klamath Basin found out what it would be like if the worst ...

Lawsuit: Wrestling coach shoved dog feces toward high-school student's face, bullied him

Teacher and wrestling coach Peter Lucas has lost his job with the Klamath County School District. A $680000 lawsuit claims that the boy, then 14, was targeted ...

Time for Lunch  Klamath Falls News

Even though school's out for the summer, more than 45 children show up daily at Ferguson Elementary School. But they aren't there to read, add sums or write.

Gayle Receives Sheriff's Mounted Posse Scholarship  Klamath Falls News

The Klamath County Sheriff's Office – Mounted Posse has worked with the family of Sheriff Murray “Red” Britton to provide a $250.00 Memorial Scholarship to a ...

Teaching Real Life Through Tragedy  Klamath Falls News

WARNING - Images in this photo story are graphic. The Operation Prom Night is staged. The blood and the smoke are fake, but the emotions are very real.

New Klamath Falls Downtown Association director focuses on outreach  Herald and News

Darin Rutledge, new executive director of the Klamath Falls Downtown Association, says he couldn't pass up his new gig.

Henley boys basketball makes quarterfinals  Herald and News

It is not the most desired job in a basketball, but someone has to do the dirty work.

Rodney Cheyne: Farming is in his blood | Seed & Row Crop  Capital Press

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Rodney Cheyne remembers driving the family tractor as a 5-year-old. He was in the eighth grade when he leased 11 acres to grow ...

Hornet Holiday Classic  Herald and News

The last time Henley wrestling hosted a tournament was in 2010.

South Salem High School wants your votes for video  Statesman Journal

South Salem High School is among five schools in the running for winning a contest that asked Oregon schools to show their spirit through student-made videos.

Henley, Mazama bring historic Klamath Basin football game  Herald and News

Henley and Mazama football have been used to playing each other just once in a season but now things have changed.

Floyd “Wayne” Buck  Corvallis Gazette Times

Wayne Buck of Corvallis passed away at home on Sunday surrounded by family and friends, after a year-battle with cancer. Hospice support was greatly ...

Henley High School theater presents Murder’s in the Heir  Herald and News

The Henley High School theater department is starting their three-show performance of Murder's in the Heir tonight at 7 p.m..

Hadwick takes Player of the Year honors in football  Herald and News

Henley quarterback Kyle Hadwick earned top player honors in the Skyline Conference football all-league teams.

Klamath Symphony combines trio of conductors  Herald and News

When the Klamath Symphony presents its annual summer concert, it won't be just the music and free ice cream drawing crowds, but for curious music fans the ...

Friendly battle  Herald and News

Klamath Union girls tennis team headed to Henley for a dual meet Wednesday, and both teams took advantage of the relatively mild weather.

School honor rolls  Herald and News

Henley High School. The following students were named to the school's most recent honor roll: Principal's Honor Roll. Seniors: Victoria Gaeta, Blake Haigh, ...

County schools project manager leaving  Herald and News

County Schools maintenance supervisor and project manager is leaving the area and the district Nov. 2 to pursue new opportunities.

Local ACE award banquet honors nine  Herald and News

The Exchange Club of Klamath Falls hosted its 35th annual ACE Award Banquet to honor a select group of nine Klamath Basin High Schools Seniors, selected ...

Nutritious cooking  Herald and News

Sweet and savory aromas wafted through the Henley High School cafeteria on Friday as members of child nutrition programs from around the region gathered ...

Making life applications  Herald and News

Bonanza Junior/Senior High sophomore Chris Eck walked into a room at Klamath Community College on Monday, chose a speaking prompt, and confidently ...

Skyline Conference boys soccer less predictable this year  Herald and News

Editor's Note — This is one in a series of Klamath Basin fall sports previews. Today: Skyline Conference boys soccer.

County announces Blain as new counsel  Herald and News

Klamath County has hired a new county counsel following the resignation of previous county attorney Dave Groff April 1.

Cracking Cold Cases: Unsolved homicides in Klamath County  Herald and News

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Honor Choir to perform at Crystal Apple Awards  Herald and News

Not everyone can say they've performed on the professional stage of the Ross Ragland Theater. Next week, 70 Klamath County School District fifth- and ...

A piece of the old now part of new school  Herald and News

As the new Henley Elementary plans to open its doors Monday, it brings with it a piece of the past.

Henley, Klamath Union and Mazama graduates celebrate  Herald and News

Henley, Klamath Union and Mazama high schools hosted graduation ceremonies for the class of 2013 Sunday, celebrating students' hard work, ability to ...

Umpqua's Kyrie Keffer is about family, volleyball and fun

WINCHESTER — On the volleyball court, Kyrie Keffer is a talented, intense competitor.

Lakeview principal placed on leave | Local News  Herald and News

Lakeview High School and Daly Middle School Interim Principal Rusty Zysett has been placed on paid administrative leave until further notice.

For Grandma: Henley grad and OSU wrestler Ronnie Bresser earns All-American honor  Herald and News

“Stop Growing.” Oregon State wrestler Ronnie Bresser has a birthstone with the certain phrase tattooed on his left shoulder, words from his grandmother Irma ...

KCSD, first responders complete active shooter safety drill  Herald and News

More than 500 Klamath County School District staff and about 50 first responders from around the Klamath Basin found out what it would be like if the worst ...

Back at the course  Herald and News

Bonanza's back. So is Lost River. Both schools fielded entries Wednesday in the annual Henley Invitational 5K cross country meet for the first time in several ...

Mazama Invites Participants to College and Career Fair  Klamath Falls News

Mazama High School is looking for participants to join in the second annual College and Career Fair. The counseling office is seeking a wide variety of local ...

Saturday Sports: Overstreet doubles three times, Henley beats Newport, 9-2  Herald and News

Sometimes you just have to jump in and see what happens. Henley juniors J.T Overstreet and Kyle Hadwick had only one practice before their first baseball ...

Henley Boys and Girls Route La Pine  KDRV

Henley High School's boys and girls basketball teams took care of La Pine with ease on Wednesday night.

Celebrating Hope against Child Abuse  Klamath Falls News

Klamath Falls, Ore. - On Wednesday, April 4, 2018, Sugarman's Corner in Downtown Klamath Falls became home to the Day of Hope community event.

Man sues county schools for $250K | News  Herald and News

A local man is suing the Klamath County School District for $250000 because his wife allegedly had a sexual relationship with a school official and the district ...

Hornets reborn  Herald and News

Henley football has been reborn. The Hornets have always had strong skill players, but for the first time in recent memory, Henley has the dominant line to go ...

Klamath Falls woman serves as Sen. Merkley's State Communications Director  KOBI-TV NBC5 / KOTI-TV NBC2

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Oregon Senator Jeff Merkley was in Klamath Falls this weekend. It was an important visit for the Senator, and a homecoming for a Klamath ...

Hornets sting Vikings with 11-1 softball win  Herald and News

The Henley softball team showed why it is the defending OSAA Class 4A state champion Wednesday, beating crosstown rival Mazama, the No. 2 seeded team ...

Former coach denies claims in bullying suit  Herald and News

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Henley softball players eye Australia  Herald and News

Two Henley High School softball players have been given a chance to spend time oversees this summer playing what they love the most — softball.

Finally here: First day of school at new Henley Elementary  Herald and News

Henley Elementary's 440 students began arriving at their new school before 7:45 a.m. Teachers arrived as early as 6:30. The head cook arrived at 4:45.

Oregon Tech to Offer Basketball, Volleyball, Soccer, and Softball Summer Youth Camps  Klamath Falls News

Oregon Tech will be offering Summer Youth Camps for basketball, volleyball, soccer and softball to the community and surrounding areas. These camps will ...

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