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I have shared my concerns about the meth problem in Christmas Valley with the D.A.’s office , Sheriff’s office and now the community. This is what I know about meth. It is the most plentiful drug in the Western U.S. and considered the most dangerous. There were 233 drug related deaths in Oregon last year,…

Song lyrics have a way of sticking with us, whether comical, witty, thoughtful or just darn catchy. Recently one line has been on repeat in my head, making me think intensely about our public schools and testing standards. It simply but profoundly stated, “Dear Board of Education, there’s not a Scantron on the planet that…

On Tuesday, Feb. 24, James Ross Scott was indicted by a Lake County Grand Jury for failure to report as a sex offender. The charge stemmed from an incident on or about Nov. 15, 2013 when the defendant with knowledge of the reporting requirement unlawfully and knowingly moved to a new residence and failed to…

Lakeview Police Department Friday, March 13 – Maria Rosales was stopped for a traffic violation. As a result of the stop, Rosales was issued a citation for driving without a license. As per department policy, Rosales’ vehicle was impounded. Lake County Sheriff Department Tuesday, Feb. 17- Deputies responded to 75700 Mattis Lane regarding a theft…

Lorraine Hazel Mulkey, 93, died at the Lake District Long Term Care Facility on Wednesday, March 11, 2015. Lorraine was born to Jack and Hazel (Simpson) Papke in Fresno, Calif. on Dec. 21, 1921.  She lived in Fresno until she was 12 years old when the family moved to Willow Ranch, Calif.  It was in…

Taking over for longtime Adult Probation and Parole officer Connie Nash, Zach Hall is looking forward to learning all he can to properly fill her shoes. Originally from Couer d’Alene, Idaho, Hall gained an interest in corrections at a facility in Orofino, Idaho. After seven years, he found employment at Warner Creek Correctional Facility (WCCF)…

After the routine Pledge of Allegiance, the Lake Health District board held its monthly meeting on the evening of Thursday, Feb. 5. Cheryl Cornwell, chief financial officer, gave the financial report with nothing too eventful to discuss. She did report that in-patient was slightly down and out-patient counts were up and that the radiology department…

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