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With a small, dedicated budget for upgrades to the Town Hall facilities, Lakeview Town Council conducted a lengthy debate on the areas where best to spend funds to improve the offices during a council meeting on Tuesday, April 14. Funds were set aside in last year’s budget tallying $10,000 according to Town Mgr. Ray Simms,…

Students stand against bullying

Students across Lakeview stood up to bullies and learned both how to recognize it and what to do in response during a week full of activities and presentations April 13-17. Coordinated by school counselor Brandi Harris with the assistance of administrators and community organizations, all five school days included morning activities intended to educate students…

A company known as the 42nd Group has set its sights on Lakeview, intending to construct multiple state-of-the-art greenhouses in a commercial agricultural operation that could provide up to 200 full-time and seasonal jobs. Finding the high-altitude setting matched with availability of renewable energies very appealing, the organization is led by two owners, Jerry Chen…

It was with mixed emotions that Sean Gallagher announced his formal resignation in a letter to the Lake County School District #7 board during a special meeting called mid-day on Monday, April 20 after being offered a superintendent position in Brookings-Harbor School District 17C. Gallagher, who has served as superintendent leading Lakeview’s schools for the…

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