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Girl Scouts kick off cookie sales

Getting ready for the hungry onslaught that will surely follow in their adorable wake, the young Daisies, Brownies and Girl Scouts met in the library of Fremont Elementary school on Thursday, Jan. 10 to kick off the annual selling of their cherished cookies. With beginning to officially circulate their order forms on Saturday, Jan. 12,…

Proper ash disposal a must for fire prevention

Perhaps not precisely proportional, but a famous adage advises an ounce of prevention equating a pound of cure. During such bitterly cold snaps as what Lake County has experienced in recent weeks, it comes as no surprise that many folks are stoking up their wood-burning stoves to heat their homes. A vital element for those…

Lady Honkers fight through a 1-1 week

Playing with all the heart they have shown through the season, the Lakeview High School girls’ basketball team brought the best they could to a week that found them winning one and losing one. Going up against a team they knew they could defeat as well as the one of the league’s top, they were…

LHS ski team starts season

Traveling to Bachelor Mountain to take part in the slalom races on Saturday, Jan. 12, the Lakeview High School ski team took to the slopes to compete against the regions team. Having raced on Saturday, Jan. 5 in an exhibition event, this past weekend’s was the first official race of the season. Though they had…

Paisley’s Lady Broncos defeated Rogue Valley Adventist by one point on Friday, Jan. 11, 50-49. Tess O’Leary led scoring with 24 points, and also had nine rebounds, 1 assist and one block. Other points leaders included Mattee Vickerman with nine and Jessica Arrington with seven. Arrington also had four assists and nine rebounds.…

With a little struggle through the season, the North Lake Cowboys managed one win out of the three games they played in the past week. Head Coach Brian Baker remained in a positive mind frame though as the boys continued to identify aspects of their game that needed fine-tuning. Their one win of the week…

Cloe M. Lee, 79, of Medford passed away on Thursday, Dec. 24, 2009 at home. Cloe was born on Nov. 16, 1930 in Kanawa, Okla. To Archie and Alice Lee. He was raised in Lakeview. He served in the U.S. Army between 1952-1954. He was married on May 23, 1987 to Barbara in Reno, Nev.…

Patrick “Len” Murphy, 57, of Paisley, died on Monday, Dec. 28, 2009 at Partners in Care Hospice Center in Bend. Len was born Dec. 9, 1952 to Edward and Dorothy (Parnell) Murphy in Lakeview. He was a life-long resident of Paisley, graduated from Paisley High School, served in the United States Army, and was attending Central Oregon…

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