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Lake District Hospital had 20 admissions, 83 total emergency calls for the week of Tuesday, Sept. 9 to Monday, Sept. 15. Not all names of patients admitted to the hospital are released for publication.   Births  None Reported

This may come across a tad naive, but I’ve come to a simple solution for Lake County’s problems…we need more people. How exactly that is accomplished I will leave up to those far smarter than me whether from a government or private business perspective, and I’m not about to get into a birds and bees […]

By Chris Faulkner California, Nevada, and much of the southwest are experiencing major droughts. So when Golden State lawmakers killed a bill that would have banned the practice of hydraulic fracturing — or “fracking” — environmentalists cried foul. These “fractivists” claim the controversial drilling technique sucks up limited water supplies and exacerbates droughts. That claim […]

Hundreds Remember 9-11 Victims

Throughout Thursday, Sept. 11 a few hundred Lake County citizens came out to the 9-11 remembrance memorial that was set up by the Lake County Remembers committee. A respectful ceremony commenced at 6 p.m. to pay respects to the lives of the first responders and citizens who were victim to the 9-11 terrorist attacks that […]

In Lake County, residents are no strangers to wildlife. Experiencing the great outdoors is a major reason why people enjoy this neck of the woods. But once the wildlife come closer than we would like, that is when the problems begin. An unknown caller reported the sighting of a cougar at around 10 a.m. on […]

To commemorate the fallen and sacrificed lives of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the Lake County Remembers committee will be setting up a memorial on the front lawns of the courthouse on the evening of Wednesday, Sept. 10. A three-panel display will line the courthouse lawn, which will be covered by a total of 3,000 American flags […]

School bells are ringing once more, as kids replace summer vacations and jobs with textbooks and homework. For some they are experiencing a new school for the first time, and the same can be said for faculty. An abnormally large amount of new faculty have joined the school districts around Lake County this year, which […]

Parents seeking daycare in Lake County must find alternate solutions for the foreseeable future following the closure of the Lakeview YMCA Preschool. While the YMCA continues to operate the Head Start building across the street for low-income families, parents seeking preschool for kids and daycare must look for private assistance with the YMCA building currently […]

OSP stop yields huge marijuana haul

A routine traffic stop by Oregon State Police just outside of Lakeview resulted in a find of 33 pounds of marijuana in a motorhome with New Hampshire license plates on Saturday, Aug. 30, according to an official release from OSP. At 4:20 p.m. an OSP trooper pulled over the 1993 Ford motorhome on Hwy 140. […]

Lake County School District#7’s regular board meeting was moved to Friday, Sept. 5 to accommodate the required quorum that would not have been possible on its regular scheduled date, and came with it big news of Rebecca Hargis resigning from the board to become the executive secretary at the LCSD7 district offices. Clad in appropriate […]

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