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As Eastern Oregonians continue to speak out on the “Travel Management Plan” and the Blue Mountains Forest Plan Revision, Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack continues to turn a blind eye to our concerns. Many residents from around the 11 counties of Eastern Oregon and county officials have spoken out on how these plans will negatively impact […]

Lake District Hospital had 8 admissions and 123 total emergency calls for the week of Tuesday, Dec. 2 to Monday, Dec. 8. Not all names of patients admitted to the hospital are released for publication.   No Births Reported

Lakeview Police Department Saturday, Dec. 6 – Elijah Wells was arrested on numerous outstanding warrants. Lake County Sheriff’s Department None submitted. Oregon State Police Tuesday, Dec. 2 – At 9:41 p.m., Frank White, 59 of Lakeview, was stopped for a traffic violation. He was subsequently arrested for an outstanding warrant. He was lodged in the […]

Mile High Striders running club are closing out their year of 2014 events in grand style, hosting an ugly sweater run/walk on Saturday, Dec. 13 at 10 a.m. Participants are strongly encouraged to break out their most disturbing, obnoxious, and otherwise jaw-dropping sweater and show it off through the Lakeview streets across a 5,000-meter course. […]

Lakeview High School wrestling came away with a big team victory over Mazama on Thursday, Dec. 4, winning three matches and gaining four additional forfeits to edge the Vikings at the Mazama Dual WRE Meet. The Honkers beat out Mazama in team points 42-34, thanks to three matches won by fall by Mack Crandall, Trevor […]

North Lake School Wrestling may be small in numbers this year with only five competing, but have no shortcomings in heart and effort. Despite little experience, the team performed admirably in its opening season meet at Bend High School on Wednesday, Dec. 3. The novice tournament was the first chance to get on the mat […]

LHS boys drop home opener to Mazama

Effort was there, but shots didn’t fall, as Lakeview High School boys basketball lost their season opening game to Mazama on Wednesday, Dec. 3, 90-64. Junior varsity started the evening with a very rough go in the second half, only scoring six points after halftime, losing 50-20, yet the crowd remained incredibly enthusiastic. As varsity […]

Lakeview High School girls basketball got their season started at the La Pine Tournament, playing games against Burns and Lost River Dec. 5-6, splitting the contests. Junior varsity had a fantastic showing, winning the tournament, but varsity struggled on the second day of competition. Senior Amanda Arcularius did the majority of damage for the Honkers, […]

Feather Your Nest expands to include clothing boutique

It wasn’t that long ago that Kathy Rodgers, owner of Feather Your Nest antiques in Lakeview, had considered selling her business. Now, it is full speed ahead with a vast expansion of the location, adding a new back room packed with clothes and goods with a grand opening celebration planned for Friday, Dec. 5. “When […]

Lakeview Town Council held a well-attended regular session meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 25, addressing several topics with final approval of the much-discussed medicinal marijuana ordinance highlighting the schedule. Local resident Frank Vaughn spoke during public comment addressing his displeasure with a vacant lot across from his property that had not been cleaned up to his […]

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