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Lake District Hospital had 12 admissions and 83 total emergency calls for the week of Tuesday, Jan. 20 to Monday, Jan. 26. Not all names of patients admitted to the hospital are released for publication. Births Tylee Nicole Cobian   

Lakeview Police Department Monday, Jan. 19 – At 10:08 p.m., Lakeview Police Department with assistance from Lake County Sheriff’s Office responded to an inadvertent 911 dialing in the 400 block of North F Street. Michael Welborn was contacted at the scene and arrested for being in violation of his condition of parole. Welborn was lodged in […]

Over the last 25 years I have repeatedly asked UNITED STATES, STATE OF OREGON, LAKE COUNTY and their COURTS if they were the originals of those names. Their response was either silence, false charges against me, or threat of false charges when I exposed their corruption. Therefore, I, with the wisdom of my peers, have […]

OB is a real issue due to no provider qualified to deliver babies. The government will have the right to come in at anytime to review patient charts and medical information. These are the very people that put into place HIPPA Privacy Act. They will also dictate what supplies and meds will be used in […]

The Lake County Planner approved sale of 90 acres of land near Lakeview Redi-mix to Redrock Biofuels, and a permit to build a facility to convert biomass into jet fuel. What is the safety risk to Lakeview residents if there is an explosion at the plant, or a train transporting jet fuel derails on old […]

Congratulations; I hope as you take on the obligation as speaker of the Oregon House that you will lead your Democratic colleagues in a direction of common sense, fiscal responsibility and open-mindedness. As I see it, the Democrat’s legislative agenda ahead is fraught with status–quo tax and spending, leftist progressive thinking and misguided faux-crisis reactions, […]

Since our other reporter got to toot his horn with the Oregon Ducks attending the College Football National Championship earlier this month (better luck next year), I thought I would use the recent rouse of the Seahawks competing in their second in a row Super Bowl as a jumping off point for this editorial. Depending […]

Kestner speaks on  downed planes at LCHS

Visiting the Lake County Historical Society’s (LCHS) monthly meeting was Commissioner Ken Kestner. He was their guest speaker to educate members on the three crashed planes in Lake County lakes. The meeting was held at the Western Villa on Thursday, Jan. 15. Kestner came prepared with a variety of images that were prepared by Dept. […]

North Lake surges past Paisley in inter-county battle

It was a clean sweep for North Lake basketball over Paisley on Tuesday, Jan. 13 on the Broncos home court. The Cowboys defeated the Broncos in a two-quarter junior varsity game and a full varsity matchup as well. In the junior varsity battle the Cowboys jumped out to an impressive 21-2 lead before Paisley got […]

After a disappointing loss to North Lake High School on Tuesday, Jan. 13, the Paisley boys basketball team shot back against Trinity Lutheran in their visiting contest on Friday, Jan. 16. Against the Saints, the Paisley boys shot well and even rebounded significantly better. The rebounds counted up to 41 and the 22 steals helped […]

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