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UPDATE: Klamath Falls Reception

UPDATE (4/8/19): The equipment sending signal to the Klamath Falls region is still not repaired due to the amount of snow in the region. We continue to monitor the site and will attempt to access it as soon as we … Continued

Annual Audit Results

Thanks to your support, SOPTV brings you “the best television, on television.” We appreciate your ongoing support, which gives SOPTV the resources to purchase programming from PBS and other distributors and to maintain our extensive network of translators throughout Southern … Continued

OREGON FIELD GUIDE: Glacier Caves, Mt. Hood’s Secret World

Thursday, October 10 at 8:30 p.m.
Hidden beneath the surface of Mt. Hood is an ice cave hundreds of feet deep and 50 feet in diameter in some places. Explore what is the largest ice cave complex in the Lower 48, … Continued


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  • Dementia Care Reimagined: A Q&A With Dr. Tia Powell
    As so many medical professionals, policymakers and nonprofits continue to sound the alarm about the impending tsunami of Americans with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, the U.S. still has no a …
  • Retiring on Next to Nothing in America
    (In her blistering new book, Downhill From Here: Retirement Insecurity in the Age of Inequality, sociologist Katherine S. Newman paints a bleak picture of the state of retirement in America. The book …
  • NPR’s ‘Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me!’ Panelists Tell All
    Since 1998, the NPR news quiz Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me! has been a weekend staple for its approximately six million listeners per week. On the hour-long show, produced by WBEZ and NPR in Chicago, and t …

EarthFix


  • Salmon Fisheries Set As Managers Start Process To Protect Endangered Orcas

    With fishery limits now set, attention turns to rebuilding “overfished” salmon runs and protecting Southern Resident orcas.

  • Study: Visitors To Smoke-Filled Southern Oregon Plan On Returning

    The survey found that 85% of visitors who visited the region during smoky summers said they would return — though maybe not in the late summer. 

  • Multnomah Falls Trails Closed Indefinitely Due To Unstable Rock

    The closure affects the trail between Benson Bridge and the upper overlook at Multnomah Falls, as well as part of the connecting Wahkeena Trail.


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