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As part of the monthly Lake Health District’s board meeting that took place Thursday, Aug. 8, the Lake County Health Improvement Partnership (CHIP) presented their program’s annual goals to board members. John Adams, Lakeview CHIP coordinator, went over four specific health issues that affect Lake County residents. After qualitative and quantitative surveys that were conducted […]

Drug detecting K-9 joins Sheriff’s force

Lake County’s Sheriff’s department is thrilled to have a new member on their team. Jeda, a 2-year-old black lab, joined the force as the only K-9 drug-detecting police dog just last week. She is a rescued dog from Iowa and trained by Polk County, Iowa trainer, Dennis George, who is a 30-year-veteran of the police […]

Hall joins LCE staff as new reporter

After nine years of loyal service at the Lake County Examiner, reporter Ryan Bonham has chosen to leave to be closer to home and pursue other career opportunities. With large shoes to fill, Jimmy Hall has been hired by the Examiner to fill the role of general news reporter. A native of Sequim, Wash., Hall […]

Lakeview teens will attempt to break the Guinness world record

Lake County Libraries’ teen summer reading program “Spark a Reaction” is hoping to go down in history when they attempt a Guinness World Record for the largest stick bomb on Saturday, Aug. 23 at 12:30 p.m. The culmination of a summer of fun and educational programs coordinated by Lake County Libraries, the world record attempt […]

Bob Alger was a longtime community-minded resident of Lakeview, owning and operating the Alger Theater, assisting wherever he could. Even after his passing, his positive influence continues through the establishment of the Alger Scholarship, benefitting graduate-level students from Lake County. Established through a trust in the Alger will following the passing of his wife Noreen, […]

Fourth of July festivities were a hit around town, but not without the help of Lakeview sponsors who helped get the fireworks show off the ground. After the Lake County Chamber of Commerce deferred the responsibilities, the Lake County Fairgrounds along with the Fire Department took over the fireworks show. Without a pre-funded budget, they […]

Defense for former deputy Kenneth Turkle has moved to continue the trial of the accused until Oct. 7-9. The defense wants to consolidate all the charges into one hearing. Turkle is being charged on tampering with a witness, tampering with evidence, solicitation with tampering with evidence, several counts of contributing to the sexual delinquency of […]

Paula Merwin, 69, passed away at her home in Prineville on Thursday, Aug. 7, 2014 after losing a brave battle to cancer. She was born to Harold and Ruth (Young) Kinzer on July 12, 1945 in Prineville. Paula married John Merwin on July 6, 1970 and the couple enjoyed 44 years of marriage. Over those […]

Lakeview Police Department Tuesday, Aug. 5 – At 1:25 p.m. Lakeview Police Department responded to the report of a residential burglary in the 800 block of Center Street. The case is currently under investigation. Wednesday, Aug. 6 – At 9:58 p.m., Lakeview Police Department investigated the report of a theft in the parking lot of the […]

Lake District Hospital had 7 admissions, 88 total emergency calls for the week of Tuesday, Aug. 5 to Monday, Aug. 11. Not all names of patients admitted to the hospital are released for publication. Births None Reported.

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