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JUNE 13, 2018 • Number 24, Volume 37

‘Take care of yourself’ By SEAN BASSINGER H&N Staff Reporter Jun 8, 2018

Driving a car simultaneously raises adrenaline, blood pressure, heart rate and risks of heart attack. These side effects ultimately don’t wear off until an hour after someone steps away from the wheel, according to Dr. Richard Jackson, a public health expert and professor with years of research, books and documentaries across multiple platforms.

ous conditions such as type-2 diabetes. Adult obesity in Klamath County actually went up 1 percent from 30 to 31 since last year, according to County Health Rankings and Roadmaps data released in March. Most data, however, includes previous years from before more recent initiatives began. Jackson had some other intriguing figures mentioned in his own presentation, such as how the U.S. spends roughly $10,000 per person on healthcare and that only five years added to life expectancy from 1890 to 1990 were related to medical advancements.

He envisions a community where obesity rates decline, mild-to-moderate depression lessens and more people create more meaningful connections.

In Jackson’s eyes, communities such as Klamath Falls have a chance to shift the tides with their own initiatives and projects.

In the past, Jackson’s ideas have been criticized for going against what some would consider the “American Dream.”

“This issue of putting human beings and legitimate human needs first is really at the core,” Jackson said.

He respectfully disagrees.

Local efforts continued

“The ‘American Dream’ is not to sit in a car, it’s not to be isolated,” Jackson said. “It’s to be engaged in a community ... to be a contributor to society.”

Jackson also held a panel with two others to answer questions audience members had about the area, in addition to talks on current and upcoming projects that aim to address built-in environment issues.

“Walmart is designed to last 30 years before it needs to be scraped up,” Neupert said. “Our downtown will last another 300.”

Continued roadwork to connect sidewalks along North Eldorado Avenue, adding more parks, downtown revitalization and the Oregon Avenue bike lane project were just some examples mentioned throughout.

Cherpeski focused on his own experiences with newer ordinances and projects he and others on city council have dealt with. He mentioned continued work and revitalization efforts within the Mills neighborhoods, which has included everything from mass cleanup days in coordination with Klamath County to a complete revamp of the Mills-Kiwanis Park.

Improving public health More than 100 people showed up to hear Jackson speak at the Ross Ragland Cultural Center during Jackson’s stop in Klamath Falls Thursday, several of whom were local healthcare professionals and government officials from the city and county. Klamath Falls Blue Zones Project helped put on the talk, which was titled “You Are What You Eat ... And What You Build.” Jackson, who works as professor of environmental health sciences at the University of California Los Angeles, told the audience that he first got into pediatrics and public health to help address the nation’s growing childhood and adult obesity rates, which could often lead to more seri-

Klamath Falls City Manager Nathan Cherpeski and Mark Neupert, an Oregon Institute of Technology anthropology professor, joined Jackson on the panel. Neupert also created Cobblestone Stories, a documentary that covers a city in the Netherlands that was “built for people rather than cars.” Neupert especially touched on the importance of downtown retaining its core with newer businesses and more options for younger and older crowds alike, adding

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Jackson, who gave a special presentation on built-in community environments at the Ross Ragland Cultural Center Thursday, said more communities need to start thinking on how to better put people’s needs first.

Dr. Richard Jackson, professor of environmental health sciences at UCLA’s School of Public Health, speaks to several local medical professionals and leaders during his “We Are What We Eat ... And What We Build” presentation on community health at the Ross Ragland Cultural Center Thursday, June 7.

that there could be several shifts away from more suburban lifestyles in the next few years.

Cherpeski said this and other such efforts were signs of success that he and others hope to work more with. Struggles with accessibility along South Sixth Street, a predominantly car-filled sector of the city, were also mentioned. “The hardest part of this is you never get to start with a clean slate,” he said. “It’s what’s there and how do you work with it?”

Bringing it all home Following his presentation, Jackson also describes shifting away from “zero-based” thinking, which means sticking to things that people often accept as the norm. Examples could range anywhere from getting little or no exercise, to stepping away from more unhealthy stress. Jackson made mention of several larger cities and small towns that continue exploring similar paths that Klamath Falls appears to be on. One more specific example was Thomasville, a rural town in South Georgia with a population of 18,000 that has searched for ways to improve its own local economy and built-in environments. “You’ve got to take care of yourself and you’ve got to take care of the environment you’re in, because that’s the gift to our children,” Jackson said.


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Time for the big reveal: I have started ... The longtime followers of my column should brace themselves because I’m about to reveal something about myself that goes against everything I’ve always stood for. It’s not the first time I’ve seen the light and changed my mind, but this might be the most traumatic to my readers. (Clears throat). I, Luke Ovgard, have officially started … (Draws in breath sharply). I, Luke Ovgard, have officially started fly fishing. Why, you ask? I know. It’s shocking. It’s scandalous. It’s out of character. After years of watching some of the worst attitude and superiority complexes fishing has to offer, I finally joined the smug minority of anglers born as a spinoff of ribbon dancing that use animal hair and feathers to attempt to catch fish. It’s out there, and I thought everyone should know.

This spring, I practiced hooksets by fishing for crappie and pumpkinseed (fly species No. 2 and No. 3) at Topsy with nymphs and San Juan worms, the fly that flyfishermen barely acknowledge as a fly at all. Then, when I was finally ready, I joined my friend Mark Doolittle to chase trout for the first time.

Coach Mark is an expert angler. He’s fished all over the world, and I always learn something new fishing with him. Perhaps the reason we get along so well is that we both love to catch fish.

Though I have the gear, I assure you it won’t change me. I won’t look down my nose at spinfishermen throwing lures or sitting on bait (where legal). I won’t try to make waters “flyfishing only” despite the fact that flyfishermen pay no more to maintain public waters than spinfishermen, and I’ll continue to find that “King’s Forest” management wrong. I won’t complain about how much my gear costs in roundabout, less-thansubtle brags. And I certainly won’t replace tools in my fishing toolkit; I’ll simply add to it. That’s ultimately why I joined the highhanded (this one has double-meaning, now that I kind of know how to cast) elite: I wanted another way to catch fish.

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The method is secondary to the fishing.

Fish No. 2 came shortly thereafter, and it was about 21 inches.

I played the fish to Mark who scooped it up with the net.

He’s not a flyfishing elitist, though his results prove he is among the flyfishing elite.

Within an hour or so, Mark and I had combined for four fish.

At 25 and 1/4 inches and 5 1/4 pounds, it was the largest Onchorynchus mykiss (rainbow trout) I’d ever caught that was neither a redband nor a steelhead.

Further, he’s likely the best troller in the Klamath Basin and catches more big trout in this fashion than anyone I know.

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Easing in This winter, I practiced fighting fish on a fly rod by catching tui chubs under “indicators” (that’s erudite for “bobber”), and I know I just made some flyfishermen cringe by sharing that.

His broad skill set made him the perfect flyfishing coach because he’s still in touch with spinfishing and can draw parallels while understanding what areas of the flyfishing game are hardest for a spinfisherman to pick up. Though I’d had a rod for awhile, he set me up with an extra and walked me through the basics before our boat left the ramp in a small lake way out in the Oregon Outback.

Trolling We were trolling a two-fly setup on sinking line, and I picked up my first trout on the fly less than five minutes later. I knew trolling flies was far from the heart of flyfishing purity, but it helped me learn how to fight a fish on an absurdly long rod, taught me how to sway this way and that and how to bring a fish to net from a boat with a 9- or 10-foot rod. The trout wasn’t big, but it was a respectable 15 inches or so. Not bad.

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Then the trolling bite died completely, so we switched to casting.

Casting Rather, he switched to casting, and I switched to an egregious flailing motion that probably caused at least one pilot think I was signaling for help. Up to that point, I’d spent a total of 15 minutes casting a fly rod. The one time I’d done it, I had been alone, bored out of my mind while fishing for hybrid bass at Ana Reservoir, and I decided to try for a hatchery rainbow trout. They didn’t oblige, and, after hooking my fifth sagebrush, I met my monthly profanity quota and put the rod away. That was two months prior. He coached me along, and I picked it up faster than I’d have expected. Just as we prepared to pull anchor and try another spot, a long strip pulled the line taut, and I knew I had a fish. The fight was on, and I realized why people flyfish. At least, why the true fishermen in flyfishing culture flyfish. It was a blast. The fight was entirely different than a big trout on a spinning or casting setup, and I was hooked as solidly as the fish.

It would also be the largest trout I’d land that day, though I lost a fish that would’ve easily topped 8 pounds later after it dove under the boat and popped the fly free leaving me reeling in more ways than one.

Odds and Ends We landed a number of crappie that day, including my longest to-date (14 1/2 inches) that would’ve been pushing 2 pounds before the spawn. Mark and I combined for nearly a dozen trout and as many crappie. Mark foul-hooked a massive, strangelyshaped trout while trolling, and it livened things up late in the evening. We released the fish after popping the tiny fly free and shook our heads a bit. Content with my first real day flyfishing, we changed gears and pulled out spinning rods to chase bass with the last hour of daylight. In no way will flyfishing displace spinfishing, but I must begrudgingly admit it has earned a place in my heart. I’m even beginning to understand the glorified ribbon dancing side of the fishing world now, and although it will be a slow learning curve, I’m always up for a challenge.


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Defender accuses DA Forster of ‘judge shopping’ By STEPHEN FLOYD H&N Staff Reporter Jun 10, 2018

stitution, including protections against secretive or unduly delayed cases, vindictive justice, cruel and unusual punishment, unequal application of the law and the right of a defendant to have their trial in the county where the offense was committed. He has said he hopes to eventually bring the matter before the Oregon Court of Appeals so they can rule on whether or not it is constitutional for someone to blanketly object to a judge hearing cases related to a specific attorney.

LAKEVIEW — Lake County public defender Ronald Howen has accused District Attorney Sharon Forster of “judge shopping” after Forster began filing objections to the county’s only elected judge hearing Howen’s cases. Since last month, Forster has objected to Judge Robert Nichols hearing all of Howen’s new cases, claiming she has a good faith belief Nichols cannot be impartial to Howen’s clients. Forster has yet to detail her objections in open court.

Ronald Howen

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In a motion filed Thursday in Lake County Circuit Court, Howen asked for a hearing compelling Forster to describe why she objects to Nichiols handling his cases. Howen claims Forster’s statement of good faith was “false, fraudulent, dishonest and deceitful” and said her objections were intended to force his cases to a friendlier jurisdiction.

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“The motion and affidavit is clearly intended to ‘judge shop’ for someone more aligned with Ms. Forster’s views of constitutional law, criminal law and criminal procedure which Ms. Forster hopes will come from Klamath County,” said Howen.

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Both Forster and Nichols have said they are ethically obligated to not comment on the issue at this time. Forster did say her decision to object to Nichols was the result of careful consideration and not done on impulse.

Klamath Crisis Center ...........................541-884-0390 Domestic Violence Crisis Line (24 hr) ....541-884-0390 Rape Crisis Line (24 hr) .........................541-884-0390 Klamath Falls Gospel Mission...............541-882-4895 Klamath/Lake County Food Bank ......... 541-882-1223 Oregon Human Development Corp....... 541-883-7186 Salvation Army ...................................... 541-884- 7778 Integral Youth Services..........................541-882-2053 Community Point of Contact ......................... 541-885-4929 Street Outreach .........................................541-850-7385 Poison Center......................................1-800-222-1222 American Red Cross Klamath/Lake Chapter.......................... 541-884-4125 Klamath County Public Health ............. 541-882-8846 Salvation Army ...................................... 541-884-7778 Safenet ............................................... 1-800-723-3638 Alcoholics Anonymous/Al-Anon Hotline .................................................... 541-883-4970 Narcotics Anonymous Hotline ................................................. 1-888-518-8166 Gambling Hotline................................ 1-800-233-8479 Oregon Gambling Help Line..............1-877-2STOPNOW Sky Lakes Medical Center 2885 Daggett Ave .......................................541-882-6311 Mental Health Division............................541-882-7291

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Klamath Co Veterans Service Office..... 541-883-4274 Disabled American Veterans ................. 541-884-9125 Senior Center ..........................................541-883-7171 Department of Human Services Self-Sufficiency ...................................................... 541-883-5511 Humane Society - Klamath Animal Shelter 500 Miller Island Rd ..................................... 541-882-1119 Oregon Road Conditions.......................................511 Out of State ..............................................503-588-2941 In State Only ......................................... 1-800-977-6368 California Road Conditions Out of State .............................................. 916-445-7623 In State Only ..........................................1-800-427-7623 Dog Control ............................................541-882-1279

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Avista Utilities ...................................... 1-800-227-9187 Pacific Power....................................... 1-877-548-3768 City of Klamath Falls Utilities Water & Sewer ...................................... 541-883-5301 AmeriGas.............................................1-800-414-3675

Seeking a favorable outcome In an interview Thursday with Herald & News, Howen said Forster may be upset with him and Nichols because, in some cases, the two have opposed Forster’s approach to the law. He said, in one instance, Forster filed an amended indictment shortly before a trial

Sharon Forster

and insisted she was ready to proceed, however Howen objected and Nichols agreed the defense should have more time to prepare based on the amended charges. “He doesn’t rule in her favor when she pulls a stunt like this,” said Howen.

Thursday’s motion said Howen expects a hearing on the matter will last roughly three hours if evidence is permitted, and one hour if the hearing is restricted to oral arguments. As of press time, a hearing had yet to be scheduled.

He said, based on her history as a deputy district attorney in Klamath County, Forster may be seeking judges from this jurisdiction willing to give her more latitude. Forster resigned from Klamath County in 2016 as part of a legal settlement in which she agreed to drop employment violation claims against then-DA Rob Patridge and harassment claims against thenSheriff Frank Skrah. She successfully ran for Lake County DA that same year against incumbent Ulys Stapleton, who was fending off his own workplace violation accusations, and took office in January of 2017. Constitutional challenge Howen claims Forster’s objection to Nichols violates Oregon’s con-

Judge Robert Nichols

Howen said he expects to file similar motions in all of his cases in which Forster objects to Nichols. According to Howen, he is assigned roughly half of all criminal cases in Lake County.

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Under Oregon Law 659.033, and under Federal Law 42 USC & 3601et seq. which makes it “unlawful” to make, print or publish, or cause to be made, printed or published any notice, statement, or advertisement with respect to the sale or rental of a dwelling that indicates any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex.

APARTMENTS FOR RENT 1 Bedroom / 1 Bathroom Apartment for Rent, Water, Sewer, Garbage Paid, $ 400 per month plus deposit, 2327 Wantland, 541-331-4786

MFG./MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT 248 BROAD ST. 2 Bedroom, 1 bath Apartment Ground floor. Stove, refrigerator, & garbage disposal. Gas, central heat. All Utilities paid. No electric heaters. Pets on approval with $25/month pet rent. $900 first and deposit 541-882-7649 or 541-591-5692.

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2 RV Space rentals, with room for livestock and legal gardens. Corals with shelters and good footing. Come by and take a look at 109 Miller Island Rd. Klamath Falls, Or 97603 $1000 a month first and last month. Includes water, sewer, garbage and electricity. Call 541-539-1729 or 541-363-6214

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DREWS ROAD in BEATTY

Nearly two acres with shared well and level building pad for your cabin or mfg. home. Good all year access. Only $25,000.

72 ACRES OF BEAUTIFUL FLOOD IRRIGATED PROPERTY Currently leased annually for the spring & summer for hay and cattle grazing until October when the land is used for water fowl hunting on the Sprague River. Located on a paved road, fenced and cross-fenced, and the property extends across the river to a small island. Ideal location for a duck hunting club. MLS# 2984409

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Own a Piece of Oregon Come see this awesome 80 acre heavily treed Property!! Walking distance to Agency Lake, Williamson River, & Wood River. Fish the Best Native Trout fishery on the West Coast. Average trout caught 4-7 LBS WOW!!! This Property has lots of deer & wildlife. Panoramic Views of mountains. Come check out the land you have always Dreamed of. May be dividable.

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ACREAGE & LOTS Beautiful Keno Area

Has rooms for rent 450/mo for Veterans and 500/mo for non-Veterans MALES ONLY Rental assistance may be available for veterans.

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60x14, 2 bedroom, 1 bath on a large 60x150 lot. Located in the beautiful town of Bonanza. In excellent condition. Window AC, fenced yard, established lawn. Includes 20x20 insulated, sheet-rocked, wired shop. ALL NEW well pump, pressure tank, vinyl windows, roof, siding, exterior paint. EXCELLENT RENTAL HISTORY! In great, safe neighborhood. Still a little country but close to store, medical, gas, post office, park, bakery, & library. Low taxes! $80,000 Firm. 541-892-3004 or 541-545-6777

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