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Former Lake County Sheriff’s deputy Kenneth Dale Turkle, 42, entered a plea of not guilty during a Wednesday, April 16, hearing. Turkle, who was lodged in the Klamath County Jail and appeared in the Lake County Circuit Court via video monitor, pleaded not guilty to first-degree custodial interference, a class B felony, and tampering with […]

Harvey Davis was indicted by a Lake County Grand Jury on Tuesday, April 8, on one count of rape in the first degree.  The charge stemmed from an alleged incident that occurred between Jan. 1, 2009, and Jan. 1, 2010, in which Davis allegedly had sexual intercourse with a sibling female under 16 years of […]

Oregon’s Congressman Greg Walden is slated to host a Town Hall meeting in Lakeview on Friday, April 25, in the Daly Middle School auditorium at 8:15 a.m. The Town Hall format affords the public to ask questions about current issues at the local, state and national level.  Updates on ongoing legislative issues are also typically […]

Part II CNN has aired two investigative documentaries by its chief medical correspondent, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, on medical marijuana.  If you have not seen them, you should.  Even children can be helped with various conditions, including seizures.  The marijuana is grown to be devoid of its “high” qualities and given to the children as any […]

Yes, we’ll always have alkali dust and forest fire smoke in summer and wood smoke in winter in the Goose Lake Valley.  How can we work together to mitigate these…make them less severe, while the Lakeview air quality advisory groups concentrate on wood stove replacement?  Someone out there has an idea that would work. The […]

Hippity hop, hop, Easter’s on its way. Tykes by the dozens will be hippity-hopping, if not outright racing, onto the field of the Lake County Fairgrounds this Easter Sunday, April 20, for the Lakeview Lions’ annual Easter Egg Hunt event. The event begins promptly at 2 p.m., with the tots chasing down the brightly colored […]

Health district approves surplus of property

Action items at Lake Health District’s Thursday, April 3, board of directors meeting included the surplus of a lawn mower and truck. The truck, a 1993 Chevy pickup, was relegated by approval of the board to surplus status due to its age and varied mechanical issues.  It carries an estimated value of $500 to $700, […]

Lake County’s Board of Commissioners recently approved a home detention agreement with Advanced Monitoring Professionals, LLC, during their Tuesday, March 25, work session. The agreement provides for ankle bracelet technology for Lake County Community Justice supervised clientele, as described in agenda packet paperwork, a means of “alternative sanctions.” Another example of a potential use would […]

Bear attack results in lost cattle in Summer Lake

A bear suspected of killing several heads of cattle was shot and killed on Friday, April 4, after being chased out of a herd on the 24 Ranch in Summer Lake. Marie Leehmann discovered that one of their yearling heifers on the 24 Ranch had been destroyed on Wednesday, April 2, valued at around $1,000. […]

A county-wide compliance program for Lake County’s mental health services served as a topic of discussion during a March 25, work session held by the county commissioners. Tim Timmons, corporate integrity officer for Greater Oregon Behavioral Health Initiative, returned to provide an update to the commissioners on progress related to a draft program in development.  […]

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