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On Tuesday, July 8, Stephani Hicks was indicted by a Lake County Grand Jury on one count of possession of a schedule II controlled substance.  The charge stemmed from an incident on or about May 22 in which Hicks allegedly unlawfully and knowingly possessed Paxil. On Tuesday, June 24, Kayleena Adamec was indicted by a […]

Another week, another series of fires emerged across Oregon stretching fire crews and equipment to the limits in an ongoing theme likely to stretch into the fall. The dry winter was an ominous sign of the busy fire season to come, and it has proven true with Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber declaring a state of […]

Here’s is just a sampling of the type of article you’ll find included in the 2014 Hunting and Fishing Guide inserted in today’s Examiner. There’s rather extensive research and labor that goes into ensuring that local lakes and streams have plenty of fish for anglers to catch. The task of maintaining the balance of native […]

Twelve Lake County Students have been selected to receive the Collins-McDonald Trust Fund scholarship. Dr. Franz Haun, who represents the Selection Committee for the fund, announced the scholarship awardees. The recipients from Lakeview High School are Dalton Alexander, William Bucher, Rodney Lane Hadley, Charles Harms, Madison Mathews, Christian Roseberry and Tristan Witham. From North Lake […]

It has been a long time coming for Lake Health District’s (LHD) brand new MRI to be set in place and usable for the Lake County patients. The machine is expected to be fully operational as of Aug. 4. having been magnetized and finished with testing last week. The new MRI, which stands for magnetic […]

An insightful letter, Donald Moskowitz’ letter: “Impact of WW1 on Middle East” which alluded to the Ottoman Empire (Turkey), mentioned the Ottoman Turks being aligned with Germany, Austria-Hungaria, and Bulgaria as the Central Powers. However, it overlooked the 1915-1917 Armenian Genocide in Turkey, the precursor to the Nazi Holocaust, and future ethnic cleansing, extermination, political […]

In 1984 I was chosen as Ms. Quito for the first Paisley Mosquito Festival. The mosquitoes were REALLY bad back then, so the locals were ready and willing to help the City of Paisley raise money, in the form of a festival, to go toward mosquito control. Just eight years earlier in 1976 Paisley hosted […]

We at the Lake County Examiner put forth our best effort to present the news correct the first time — but sometimes we receive misinformation or make mistakes. If you see something incorrect, please bring it to our attention so we can set the record straight. In the July 23 edition of the Examiner the […]

Nolan Rayce Ringulet, 31, left us to join his heavenly father on Sunday, July 20, 2014. Nolan was a son, a father, a brother, an uncle and a best friend who lived everyday of his life to the fullest putting a smile on the face and in the heart of everyone he came in contact […]

Doris Deter (Antonichuk), 87, passed away Friday, July 18, 2014 in Salem. Doris was born Sept. 12, 1926 in Scoby, Mont. and moved with her family to Lakeview as a young girl. She pumped gas during WWII and married Andrew Milton “Milt” Deter upon his return from serving in the Marine Corps in the South […]

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