As deaths from drug overdoses in Oregon continue to climb, there's good news locally. Statewide, 240 people died from overdoses of meth, heroin or cocaine -- or a combination of them -- in 2011. New numbers from the state Medical Examiners Office say drug deaths in some counties skyrocketed: up 200 percent in Jackson County alone. But In Klamath County, it was a different story. There were no drug-related deaths in 2011, down from six in 2010. State police say the amount of drugs they seized in traffic stops alone in 2011 hit record highs.