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Time To Make a Stand There is a meeting coming up on Aug. 20, 21 and 22 at the Event Center, 2600 East St., Baker City. It is probably one of the most important meetings on teaching Coordination you ever have had the chance to attend. It gives you the tools to stop the over reach…

Street fair draws a crowd

Lakeview’s annual street fair and car show, dubbed “Occupy E Street,” once again drew big crowds on Saturday, Aug. 8 with its tantalizing draw of food, entertainment and great deals from local businesses. From 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. E street was blocked off from traffic from Center Street to 2nd Street, allowing several blocks…

Lakeview Police Department None reported.   Oregon State Police Department Saturday, July 18 – At 9:05 a.m., a vehicle driven by Isabel Villarreal-Zapien, 35, was traveling near MP 64 on Hwy 31. The vehicle was traveling too fast to negotiate a corner and struck a guard rail and turned over. The vehicle sustained major damage.…

A packed gallery provided testimony for over an hour during the Lake County Commissioner’s Wednesday, Aug. 5 meeting, all citizens present speaking out in favor of the tax and economic development potential of marijuana production in Lake County. Attorney Jim Bailey opened proceedings, detailing the current status of both the active moratorium on medicinal marijuana…

After seniors get their fill of lunch every Monday they are free to stick around the Lake County Senior Center  to take part in games. The most popular one among the diners is Bingo, hosted by Kimmy Lendy, the energetic transportation driver for the Senior Center. Staff hope that bringing games and entertainment will help…

Central Oregon Intergovernmental Council (COIC) hosted an informational event at the Lakeview COIC building on Saturday, Aug. 8, welcoming in prospective childcare providers to discuss certification for addressing a critical need in Lake County. A partnership between COIC, Department of Human Services (DHS) and Child Care Resources Network (CCRN), the event was an opportunity to…

Teach For America announced that Lydia Gail, a Lakeview local, has been accepted into the organization’s 2015 teaching corps. Teach For America is a national nonprofit working to expand educational opportunities for students in low-income communities. Corps members commit to teach in high-need urban or rural public schools and become lifelong advocates for educational equity.…

There are common sense measures to protect personal property, such as remembering to lock the door and buying insurance, but documenting valuables is often overlooked until it is too late. One Lake County law officer is hoping to change that, with a new mobile phone app available for Android smartphones starting in September. Utilizing photo…

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