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During the Tuesday, Oct. 28 Lakeview Town Council regular session, Town Mgr. Ray Simms updated council members on the current status of the ongoing negotiations between the town and Red Rock Biofuels to build a facility south of Lakeview. While steps have been taken towards making this facility a reality, Simms cautioned that there are […]

Rogers looks to spruce up Fairgrounds

Longtime Lake County Fairgrounds Mgr. Don Moore, has stepped down from the position to become a property appraiser at the county opening up a vacancy for LeeAnne Rogers to take his place. Rogers was well trained as to the duties for the position of fairgrounds manager as she practically shadowed Moore during her seven-month stint […]

Snow may not have started piling up just yet in Lake County, but the turn of temperatures and the first flakes falling last weekend means ski season is approaching soon. In preparation for winter, forest restoration work is underway at Warner Canyon Ski Area. Operating through a Resource Advisory Committee (RAC) grant, the county property […]

A generous person who wishes to remain anonymous donated $1,000 to Spencer Clarke’s practice with the stipulation that the good lump of money would “go to good use.” Clarke graciously took the money as he and his staff stewed over possibilities about what it could go toward. In the past month or so, his office […]

Lakeview teen earns  award for good deed

Rayanna Blair, a 13-year-old Lakeview teen, received special recognition and a special Directors Award created specifically for her on Thursday, Oct. 30 at the National Adult Protective Services Association (NAPSA) Conference in Portland. A special awards luncheon was held during the two-day conference for NAPSA members and individuals who work in the field, but granting […]

Farnham delights Lakeview concert goers

Modern pianist Jason Farnham’s performing style is unorthodox to say the least. On Sunday, Nov. 2, he put on an entertaining and rousing show at the Lakeview First Presbyterian Church for a good host of audience members. Farnham incorporated multimedia and humor into the nearly 3-hour showing at the church venue. One such gag, which […]

Lake County athletes balance sports dreams with college realities

For most Lake County athletes, the pinnacle of competition comes with glory attained in varsity high school sports. A select few though have managed to continue in their athletic aspirations, joining collegiate teams across Oregon. Theresa O’Leary, who prefers being called Tess, is one such multi-talented Lake County resident turned collegiate student-athlete. At Paisley High […]

Filling the visual void

It’s rare to find a community deficient of video news coverage. While cities’ news stations cover a wide breadth every evening on local broadcasts, Lake County is secluded enough from those areas that news vans visiting the area is a scarcity. The Lake County Examiner has taken upon itself to fill this need with their own […]

When the Alger Theater refreshed their marquee with a message that read, “Karim’s Acting Academy Coming Soon,” it raised some hopes along with a few eyebrows. When contacted in early September, the academy’s namesake promised a robust lineup of musicals that would be open for young, high school aged thespians. Interest continued to gather when […]

It would be a far-reaching feat to find someone who is as enthusiastic about Halloween as owner of Goose Lake Computers, Marcia Hughes. As customers walk through the doors of her establishment, they are ambushed by a plethora of frightening items specifically for the before the end of October celebration of ghouls, zombies and the […]

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