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Though Lake Arts Council’s (LAC) Winter Concert Season is months away, President Bill Schradeßr has been hitting the pavement to acquire grants to help sponsor the full slate. Recently, Meyers Memorial Trust, not part of Fred Meyer Stores Inc., explains Schrader, gave a $3,030 grant. This money will go toward specifically sponsoring St. Louis jazz…

Around 30 interested citizens came out for the first public recruitment meeting for the Lakeview Community Partnership (LCP) at the Senior Center on the evening of Wednesday, July 8. Town manager Ray Simms, who is also a board member, opened the meeting bringing attention to a few Lakeview businesses closing down in the winter months…

Lake County School District #7 board approved two new teaching hires and the resignation of another during a relatively quick meeting on Monday, June 22. It was a somewhat bittersweet meeting for board member Desi Zamudio and Supt. Sean Gallagher, each participating in their final board meetings. Gallagher has accepted a superintendent position in Brookings,…