Bentley Daniel Cockrell was born on Monday, April 14, 2014 at 5:13 a.m. 7 lbs. 3 ozs., 20.5” long. Parents are Katelyn and Casey Cockrell of Alturas Sibling is a sister Ellee May Cockrell. Maternal grandparents are Natalie Callei of Alturas, and Randy Schoenaur of Grants Pass, paternal grandparents are Tom Cockrell of Cedarville, Calif. and […]
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Carson Stephen Johnston was born on Friday, April 11, 2014 at 12:30 a.m. 7 lbs. 6 ozs. Parents are Stephanie and Christopher Johnston of Lakeview. Siblings are brothers Kole and Krue, and sister Jaylynn. Maternal grandparents are Jeryl Prell of Oakridge and Steve Cossette of Stafford, Va., paternal grandparent is Carlene Johnston of Longview, Wa.
Lake District Hospital had 10 admissions and 78 total emergency calls for the week of Tuesday, April 8 to Monday, April 14. Not all names of patients admitted to the hospital are released for publication.
Union School’s annual Spring Carnival will take place Saturday, April 19, at the Union School Gym on Westside. Featuring games, food, prizes, auctions, and a raffle, plenty of entertainment is planned for kids and parents alike. This year will feature a clown, balloons, and face painting, while raffle items and auctions will be held for […]
Come May 1, you’d best snuff that butt well before the entrance to Lake District Hospital. The hospital facility will officially become a completely tobacco-free campus as of Thursday, May 1, joining a multitude of facilities throughout the state. Linda Michaelson, who serves as the chair for a committee that’s been working for the past […]
Lakeview Town Council’s regular session meeting was well attended and hotly debated, tackling the sensitive issue of whether a one-year moratorium on medicinal marijuana dispensaries should be implemented by the May 1, 2014 deadline. After hearing from numerous citizens and a passionate debate among council members, in a 3-2 vote the moratorium was tabled under […]
Local public officials and state Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) hosted a public informational meeting on air quality issues for Westside residents on Tuesday, April 8, at the Union School gymnasium. There was some confusion on the meeting’s actual date and time addressed early on by a local resident. The primary purpose of the meeting […]
Community members had a final opportunity to weigh-in on potential air quality management strategies at a meeting held on Wednesday, April 9, at the Lake County Senior Center. The strategies center on meeting a fine particulate matter emissions goal of 15 milligrams per cubic meter for PM 2.5 in order to meet federally-mandated standards. A […]
A peaceful Sunday morning in Lakeview was interrupted by fire and smoke billowing out from the house at 937 N. 7th St., all part of the plan for a planned burn of the property allowing fire fighting crews to train in real world scenarios. The house was donated to the Lakeview Fire Department for training […]
City and County officials are deciding on whether to implement a moratorium for allowing marijuana stores in our area. A moratorium would allow officials to watch and learn from others and prevent wasting time and money from a hasty decision that needs to be “undone.” 1. Most counties, including Lake County voted “No” on the […]