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Portland’s own Hand2Mouth theater company is planning a two-day performance tour of Lake County at the beginning of February. During Hand2Mouth’s visit, they will work with the Paisley School’s drama class from 8 to 9 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 5 and then hold a public performance at the School’s auditorium at 7 p.m. that same […]

Last August a group of Lakeview teens were determined to put Lake County in the Guinness Book of World Records, creating the world’s largest stick bomb as the culmination of the Lake County Library’s teen summer reading program. Word was supposed to come through confirming their attempt from Guinness by December, yet for the anxious […]

Paisley School to present “Cats!”

From Broadway all the way down to Lake County, “Cats” has been a sensation across the nation and will take life on the stage at Paisley School on Thursday, Jan. 22 from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Ten talented Paisley students of the drama class have been tirelessly working as an ensemble for six weeks […]

Lakeview High School shows its Ducks spirit

A special pep rally assembly was organized at Lakeview High School on Friday, Jan. 9 in advance of basketball games, wrestling and ski meets scheduled over the weekend, while also honoring a graduate set to take on a far greater stage. Lane Roseberry, a sophomore walk-on running back for the University of Oregon Ducks and […]

Lake Health District’s board of directors held their monthly meeting on Thursday, Jan. 8 to go over worthwhile business and current operations. Cheryl Cornwell, chief financial officer, gave the financial report for December saying that it was a slower month for the hospital and saw decreases in their numbers except for the radiology department, which […]

Stepping in for an interim director position at the Senior Center is Andrea Wishart, who is bound to bring new, fresh ideas to the center. Beginning her work on Monday, Dec. 9, Wishart and the board have 90 days to see if she is the right fit for her duties and place on the staff. […]

January – a time when most of us make resolutions to improve our lives.   January is also National Mentor Month.  As director of the Lake County Youth Mentor Program, I would like to ask you to resolve to become a mentor.  Becoming a mentor will allow you to make a difference in two lives; a […]

It’s that time of year again when all roads come to a head for the NFL. Playoffs. A win or go home scenario for all players who have reached their coveted seed. Either put out your best as a team or remember the moments of should haves and could haves. It’s a bright and exciting […]

Recently, Lake County Road Department received a $129,000 grant from the Oregon Department of Transportation and Transportation and Growth Management to reform the county Transportation System Plan, a plan that hasn’t been touched since December 2002. According to Road Master Rick DuMileu, the new updated plan will help enable the application of grants for bridge […]

Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) was busy throughout 2014, organizing multiple fundraisers, cash contributions and payroll deductions for charity. Coordinated through the Lakeview Interagency Office for Bureau of Land Management (BLM), U.S. Forest Service (USFS) and Fremont-Winema National Forest, the CFC organized a variety of events throughout the year for good causes. In all $3,454.40 was […]

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