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A growing issue around the county is the government and tribal involvement with the preservation of arrowheads and Indian burial sites. These issues have spurred proposals to close Lake County lakes Hart, Crump and Goose by the Oregon Department of State Lands (DSL). Lanny Quakenbush, manager of the Eastern Oregon Region for DSL, was present […]

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 […]

Air quality season is now in effect through March 1, 2015, a time when all residents of Lake County and Lakeview need to be wary of wood smoke in a communal effort to help reduce particulate matter and improve air quality. Under the new air quality ordinances recently passed by both Lakeview Town Council and […]

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 […]

LHS boys soccer gets set for state playoffs

Lakeview High School boys soccer’s situation in terms of playoffs was clouded following their improbable comeback victory in the regular season finale over St. Mary’s on Saturday, Oct. 25, garnering a rematch to decide the district champion. With St. Mary’s and LHS in a virtual tie for first place in the conference, hosting a home […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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