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Vickerman and Wilson to serve on the 2015 Round-Up Court

Five young ladies representing all corners of Lake County competed at the Round-Up Court tryouts at the Lake County Fairgrounds on Wednesday, May 13, all vying for the title of 2015 Round-Up Queen. Jonna Ferrario, Joanie Gladwill, Madisen Schreder, Mattee Vickerman and Ruby Wilson each took their turns in the arena on their horses competing…

When Chamber Dir. Tule Chiono attended a regional tourism marketing symposium in Medford last month, she never expected to come home with the exciting news that the movie “Wild” would actually having a showing in Lakeview this June. At the annual “Travel Southern Oregon” symposium, Chiono met Tim Williams, executive director of the Oregon Governor’s…

Tarantellas amaze diners

One hundred people were served authentic dishes and were entertained by masterful musicianship on Tuesday, May 12 at the Elks Lodge for the final concert of Lake Arts Council’s (LAC) winter season entitled “A Taste of Italy.” According to Bill Schrader, president of LAC, “the whole affair went well,” which was only harmonized by guest…

Oregon’s Supreme Court on Thursday, April 30 ruled that cuts to retirement benefits made in 2013 were unconstitutional, stripping several reforms that are estimated to have major impacts on budgets for state and local government organizations. A lawsuit stemming from reforms made to the Public Employees Retirement System (PERS) had been implemented as a cost-saving…