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A Story of Adoption: State Laws Change the Future

Washington state legislation passed in September 2013 could drastically change the lives of mothers who placed their child up for adoption. According to Senate House Bill 1525, a birth parent who placed their child for adoption on or before Oct. 1, 1993 must notify state health officials if they want to remain anonymous and must […]

Soccer is reaching unprecedented levels of popularity in Lake County, thanks in large part to the expansion of the American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO) program. Now in its 11th year in Lake County, the program organizes multiple co-ed youth soccer teams in multiple age divisions, coordinating a league to get kids active and involved in […]

North Lake varsity volleyball had a busy week, playing three matches in five days including two road trips, yet barring an early week setback the good times kept coming for the Cowgirls. Starting their hectic week was a match at home hosting Trinity Lutheran looking for a chance at revenge, Trinity being the only team […]

More than halfway through the season, the Paisley Lady Broncos volleyball team are still trying to find their footing on the court, but their nerves are getting the best of them according to the coach. Gilchrist High School visited Paisley on Friday, Oct. 3 where they took their best to the Broncos, winning 3-0. The […]

Lakeview High School girls soccer played a pair of road games against tough opponents in Cascade Christian and Tulelake, losing both but showing solid improvement hinting at a good future to come for LHS. Starting on Wednessday, Oct. 1 with a trip to Medford to face Cascade Christian at U.S. Cellular Field, the experience factor […]

An injury-plagued season so far for the young Lakeview High School Honkers football team continued on Saturday, Oct. 4 at Modoc, LHS battling back in the second half but unable to overcome a large first half deficit. Junior Dylan Deidrich started at quarterback for the Honkers replacing injured starter Landen Lampman, as he did the […]

Leal comes up big for LHS soccer

Someone miscalculated the watering schedule for the Lakeview High School baseball field, resulting in a very sloppy puddle-filled affair for the first home game of the season for the LHS boys soccer team on Wednesday, Oct. 1, facing Canyonville Christian Academy. Despite the mud it didn’t take long for Lakeview to take control on its […]

County planning welcomes newcomers, discuss zoning

A variance application and a few conditional use permits were approved along with a discussion concerning the re-zoning of Christmas Valley’s radar site at the Planning Commission meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 16. Adam Kershaw, project engineer from Anderson Engineering and Surveying, was present for the Plush gym/multi-purpose building public hearing. The building will be used […]

Clarification on Senior Center We want to apologize for the vagueness of a piece of the article that ran in last week’s Lake County Examiner in the “Op-Shop reopens” article. It was never meant to imply that the operator of the shop was doing anything malicious with the funds of the shop. What was written […]

Lakeview PoliceDepartment Monday, Sept. 29 – At 11:37 p.m., Lakeview Police Department assisted the Lake County Sheriff’s Office with an assault that occurred in the 1000 block of South 9th Street. Tuesday, Sept. 30 – At 5:51 p.m., Lakeview Police Departmentcontacted Kayleena Adamec on a traffic stop at North 2nd and K streets. Adamec was […]

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