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At any given part of the year, we are bombarded with special days. Whether they are birthdays, holidays, special dates and occasions, we are always on the clock and consistently checking our calendars so that we don’t miss something. We count down the days to vacations and holiday breaks and even countdown to deadlines we…

Andy Parker of the Greenhouse recently took out a full page ad in the Examiner that best details why the Town of Lakeview is in need of official investigation. The Town has been developing illegal Municipal Utility Districts, unapproved by citizen vote, for years.  These have primarily been geothermal.  One development is for the Warner…

I have not seen so much positive happening for the life and vitality of Lakeview and Lake County in a great many years. We have a new super True Value Hardware. We have a new Jerry’s Restaurant. We have a new GM Dealership Building. We have a new lunch wagon. We will soon have a…

After a terrific performance at Finn Rock, Paisley track is looking to capitalize on the athletes’ success. At the Lakeview 4-way meet on Wednesday, April 15, after postponement due to weather, Paisley’s boys took third place with 60 points while the girls were last with 69 points. The boys picked up one first place finish…

After a break to further refine skills, Lakeview High School golf  team embarked on two tournaments last week and a third Monday. They started with the Burns Invitational on Wednesday, April 15 and two days later moved on to a tournament hosted by Henley High School at Running Y Golf Course. Junior Tate Lightle proved…

A hot streak came crashing down to the ground for Lakeview High School softball with a tough loss at Burns on Tuesday, April 14 ending a four-game winning streak. The Honkers found redemption quickly in taking two games from Cascade Christian in a double header on Saturday, April 18. Burns dominated the Honkers on Tuesday…

With a small, dedicated budget for upgrades to the Town Hall facilities, Lakeview Town Council conducted a lengthy debate on the areas where best to spend funds to improve the offices during a council meeting on Tuesday, April 14. Funds were set aside in last year’s budget tallying $10,000 according to Town Mgr. Ray Simms,…

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