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With school out of session on Tuesday, Nov. 12 in observance of Veteran’s Day, students and the community gathered at North Lake School on the morning of Thursday, Nov. 6 for a special assembly. Held in the school’s gymnasium, students, faculty and community members packed the bleachers, welcomed by District Supt. David Kerr with an […]

Liz Grant returned home to Lakeview on Saturday, Nov. 8 to present some of her latest jewelry designs during a special showing at the Golden Gem. Grant first found an interest in creating jewelry when she was 11 years old, finding a creative outlet being something strongly encouraged by her mother, Jeanette Grant. As her […]

Lake County Crisis Center’s campaign to “UNiTE to End Violence Against Women” campaign was featured in every bulletin of each of the participating congregations of the Presbyterian Church of the United States of America (PCUSA) on Sunday, Oct. 19. The campaign, which started in Lakeview but is now a worldwide effort with help from the […]

Recently, Lake County Commissioners had a full schedule at their work and regular session that took place on Tuesday, Nov. 4 and Wednesday, Nov. 5 at the Lake County Courthouse. Commissioners approved a Workforce Consortium Ordinance No. 107 in order to join the ten-member Central Oregon Workforce Consortium Intergovernmental Agency. This consortium will take the […]

Logistics of the new long-term care unit, Lakeview Cottages, construction were discussed during the Lake Health District (LHD) board meeting on Thursday Nov. 6 after Pinnacle Architecture was chosen to be the designer for the units in the later part of October. CEO Charlie Tveit said that Pinnacle stood out from the other competitor, CTA […]

Commissioners Dan Shoun, Bradley J. Winters and Ken Kestner joined the National Association of Counties (NACo) in urging members of Congress to approve Fiscal Year 2015 funding for the Payment in Lieu of Taxes program, or PILT, which enables counties to provide vital services to residents and visitors to America’s public lands. Commissioners Shoun, Winters […]

Klamath Falls-based Herald and News and Klamath Publishing has a new President, Mark Dobie. Owned by media-conglomerate Pioneer News Group, of which the Lake County Examiner is also a part, Dobie assumes the role from departed previous head of operations, Heidi Wright. Previously Dobie was the advertising director for the Skagit Valley Herald in Mount […]

Brad Brown from AccTech Solutions, Inc. presented updates to the County Commissioners at their work session on Tuesday, Nov. 4 concerning county security and future measures that the company will take to ensure that confidential records are as secure as they can be. First, Brown spoke on current developments that the company is employing around […]

Voters turned out in droves from Lake County on Tuesday, Nov. 4 for the midterm election, outpacing all other counties in Oregon for the highest percentage voter turnout in the state. With seven ballot measures, a local sheriff election and state and federal representatives vying for votes, there was good reason for so many residents […]

New Pine Creek, Lakeview and Adel residents may have felt a momentary jolt before going to bed on Tuesday, Nov. 4. This was the effects of a 4.6 magnitude earthquake on the Richter scale taking place approximately 40 miles southeast in Nevada at 11:23 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 6. Sleep patterns were disrupted again, with a […]

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