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As the start of fall term approaches for Klamath Community College (KCC) and its Lake County branch at the Innovation and Learning Center (ILC), plans for establishing a Registered Nurse program this year have been delayed until early 2015. The RN program has cleared two levels of approval to begin, but must still have final […]

Community heroes visit kids in New Pine Creek

Young students at New Pine Creek’s State Line School got an up close and personal look at some of the local community heroes as a fun and festive way to recognize the work of local firefighters on Thursday, Sept. 11. Volunteer firefighters Jaime Vance and Greg Hall visited the class of Lynnette Wells, Kindergarten through […]

Booster club raises funds for multiple school causes

Honker pride comes in many forms, and no group shows their dedication more than the Lakeview High School Booster Club, a collective of parents and coaches working to coordinate fundraisers and promotion of events in support of LHS athletics and extra-curricular activities. Working closely with school representatives, the booster club raises thousands of dollars each […]

ILC classes to begin on Sept. 29

Lakeview’s Innovation and Learning Center (ILC), a branch of Klamath Community College (KCC) in its second year of operation, has added a second synchronous classroom to aid in its expanded curriculum program for fall term 2014. Registration is currently open for 17 classes being offered, nearly four-times the amount available previously offered in its inaugural […]

LHS boys soccer dominate Mazama JV, tie Tulelake

Two matches for Lakeview High School’s boys soccer team against Mazama junior varsity on Thursday, Sept. 11 and Tulelake on Saturday, Sept. 13 capped a busy early week in the season, as the Honkers eye a district title and repeat playoff appearance come November. In their second match of the season LHS traveled to Klamath […]

Lakeview Town Council is still an undetermined days away from an official formulized town ordinance on how best to regulate time, manner and place that medicinal marijuana dispensaries may operate within town limits, but steps towards completing it were made during a work session held on Tuesday, Sept. 9. Many residents have been vocal in […]

Further discussions of refining the proposed ordinances regarding medicinal marijuana dispensaries and certified wood stove use for air quality requirements highlighted a spirited Lakeview town council work session on Tuesday, Sept. 9, followed by a regular session meeting as well. Town Attorney John Bogardus presented updated draft ordinances to the council for debate based on […]

A coalition of regional and national conservation organizations and concerned citizens submitted a petition to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) asking for redesignation of Lakeview as nonattainment based on repeated violations of federal standards for ambient air quality. The 24-hour National Ambient Air Quality (NAAQS) for fine particulate matter (PM2.5) is 35 micrograms per […]

Despite extensive testing statewide, results showed almost zero progress in preparing students for college and careers post-high school last year according to test scores released on Wednesday, Sept. 10. Nearly 30 percent of high school juniors failed high school math testing statewide, 41 percent failing writing and 16 percent failing reading across Oregon. The passing […]

Hundreds Remember 9-11 Victims

Throughout Thursday, Sept. 11 a few hundred Lake County citizens came out to the 9-11 remembrance memorial that was set up by the Lake County Remembers committee. A respectful ceremony commenced at 6 p.m. to pay respects to the lives of the first responders and citizens who were victim to the 9-11 terrorist attacks that […]

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