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Hippity hop, hop, Easter’s on its way. Tykes by the dozens will be hippity-hopping, if not outright racing, onto the field of the Lake County Fairgrounds this Easter Sunday, April 20, for the Lakeview Lions’ annual Easter Egg Hunt event. The event begins promptly at 2 p.m., with the tots chasing down the brightly colored […]

Health district approves surplus of property

Action items at Lake Health District’s Thursday, April 3, board of directors meeting included the surplus of a lawn mower and truck. The truck, a 1993 Chevy pickup, was relegated by approval of the board to surplus status due to its age and varied mechanical issues.  It carries an estimated value of $500 to $700, […]

Lake County’s Board of Commissioners recently approved a home detention agreement with Advanced Monitoring Professionals, LLC, during their Tuesday, March 25, work session. The agreement provides for ankle bracelet technology for Lake County Community Justice supervised clientele, as described in agenda packet paperwork, a means of “alternative sanctions.” Another example of a potential use would […]

Bear attack results in lost cattle in Summer Lake

A bear suspected of killing several heads of cattle was shot and killed on Friday, April 4, after being chased out of a herd on the 24 Ranch in Summer Lake. Marie Leehmann discovered that one of their yearling heifers on the 24 Ranch had been destroyed on Wednesday, April 2, valued at around $1,000. […]

A county-wide compliance program for Lake County’s mental health services served as a topic of discussion during a March 25, work session held by the county commissioners. Tim Timmons, corporate integrity officer for Greater Oregon Behavioral Health Initiative, returned to provide an update to the commissioners on progress related to a draft program in development.  […]

Title II funds up to the amount of $8,000 saw approval for the Fremont Highlanders Ski Club by the county in recent weeks, a sum to be utilized for clean-up efforts at the Warner Canyon Ski Resort. Facilities Mgr. Dave Berman said that work crews from Warner Creek Correctional Facility would be sought for the […]

Teen found unharmed, deputy Turkle in custody

A Lakeview teen reported missing and endangered this past weekend was found safe on the afternoon of Sunday, April 13, after contacting a Lakeview law enforcement officer. Marriah Andrews, 17, was safe and unharmed, according to an Oregon State Police news release issued on Monday, April 14. Her family reported her missing on Friday, April […]

Oregon Senator Ron Wyden will hold his annual town halls in Klamath and Lake counties on Friday, April 18. The Lakeview meeting will be held in the Lakeview High School cafeteria at 4 p.m. The purpose of the Town Hall meeting series is to afford communities throughout the state updates on what’s happening at the […]

Union School’s annual Spring Carnival will take place Saturday, April 19, at the Union School Gym on Westside. Featuring games, food, prizes, auctions, and a raffle, plenty of entertainment is planned for kids and parents alike. This year will feature a clown, balloons, and face painting, while raffle items and auctions will be held for […]

Lake District Hospital campus will go tobacco-free, May 1

Come May 1, you’d best snuff that butt well before the entrance to Lake District Hospital. The hospital facility will officially become a completely tobacco-free campus as of Thursday, May 1, joining a multitude of facilities throughout the state. Linda Michaelson, who serves as the chair for a committee that’s been working for the past […]

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