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An overlooked yet integral program that helps keep Paisley Charter School’s doors open is their Distance Learning Program (DLP). Although the DLP does not have any students within the area of Paisley School, it is a vital part of the School District as well as for students all around the state. According to Principal Emily […]

After months of discussions, meetings and hearings, Lakeview Town Council appears ready to vote on a medicinal marijuana dispensary ordinance at the next regular session meeting scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 25. With a draft ordinance already revised several times by Town Attorney John Bogardus from discussions at previous town council work sessions, yet another work […]

Lake County School District #7’s board unanimously approved the use of a new website for providing up to the minute scheduling changes and calendars for sports and school events called Schedule Star. Requested by Lakeview High School Athletic Director and Vice Principal Jesse Hamilton, schedulestar.com is a nationwide database and calendar program that allows parents, […]

Since 2008 Lake County School District #7 has utilized Saxon Math curriculum, a K-12 math program that as time went on was found to be inadequate for meeting newly implemented common core and smarter balanced testing standards. To alleviate that, the implementation of the Engage New York curriculum was approved for elementary school use by […]

During the County Commissioner’s work session on Tuesday, Oct. 13, Supt. Sean Gallagher updated the board on various undertakings in Lake County School District #7 (LCSD7). Gallagher brought up a lot line adjustment proposal, which is between the county owned railroad and the school district owned parking lot. The adjustment will enable additional parking for […]

Measures With the general election coming on Tuesday, Nov. 4, there is far more at stake than just candidates seeking election. Oregon residents will be voting on seven ballot measures, each proposing an amendment to the state constitution. Ballots and voter pamphlets should have already been received in the mail for all registered voters explaining […]

Trick or treating for UNICEF

Proving that you’re never too old to trick or treat, students involved in National Honor Society will be roaming neighborhoods on Friday, Oct. 31 clad in costumes. However unlike trick or treaters asking for candy, these students will be requesting donations as part of the annual Trick-or-Treat For UNICEF campaign. Since 1950 the nationwide campaign […]

County escapes worst of northwest windstorm

One of the strongest windstorms to blow through the northwest in decades caused havoc throughout Oregon, but Lake County managed to escape the worst of the damage caused on Saturday, Oct. 25. Winds gusting in excess of 50 miles per hour across Lake County strained trees, roof shingles and sent debris flying, but aside from […]

Lake Health District (LHD) board members met the night of Wednesday, Oct. 22 to decide on which architect firm would be best suited for LHD’s Lakeview Cottages project. After some discussion and fielding feedback from staff members, the board unanimously approved Pinnacle Architecture to be the designer for the long-term care unit. LHD CEO Charlie […]

Sheriff Candidates Face-off at Political Forum

A packed Senior Center was the stage for the annual Political Forum that was hosted by American Association of University Women (AAUW) on Wednesday, Oct. 15. Lauri Crocker, member of AAUW, played moderator for the near-three-hour event. Beginning the forum, Crocker told the audience that the goal of the meeting was to inform the public […]

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