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Klamath County may face tighter air quality rules

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KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. (AP) — Klamath County could face tighter regulations on burning next year as a result of weather conditions that have led to high concentrations of fine particles in the air this winter. Cold weather, a temperature inversion and stagnant air have combined to trap the particles from burning wood and fuel exhaust, the Klamath Falls Herald and News reported Friday...

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