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Small hands wrap to help food bank

Especially in such a small community, a little bit of service goes a long way. A few youngsters proved that the push to lend a hand doesn’t need to come from the few adults who may be in charge, but instead it comes from having an idea and the drive to make a difference. That […]

Striders’ Resolution Run gets new year started right for local runners

Mile High Striders running club hosted the Resolution Run on Saturday, Jan. 3. It was their first event of the new year to help locals hold true to new year’s resolutions to get fit. Many familiar participants matched with some fresh faces for the new year gathered at Steninger Track at Lakeview High School, braving […]

Cowboys split back-to-back games

It was back to business for North Lake boys basketball following winter break, playing back-to-back games at Butte Falls on Friday, Jan. 2 and hosting Chiloquin on Saturday, Jan. 3. North Lake overcame early foul trouble, forcing multiple starters to have to be benched through much of the first half, yet the Cowboys persevered, defeating […]

For clinic and operations director for Oregon Outback Humane Society (OOHS), Martina Keil, it is integral to be well organized and efficient in all their doings. This was apparent at the spay and neuter clinic that OOHS held recently at the Lake County Fairgrounds. Locals who do not have the financial aptitude to take their […]

At the latest School Board meeting for Paisley School District, Bus. Mgr. Mollie O’Leary reported to the board that there is an estimated decline of 1.5 students in kindergarten through twelfth grade students at the local brick and mortar location. Especially at a location like Paisley where low population contributes much to a low enrollment […]

A short County Commissioners work session wrapped up a laborious 2014 year on Tuesday, Dec. 30 with only a few points of discussion and approval. County Property and Facilities Mgr., Dave Berman, brought forward a change order for the maintenance on the courthouse windows. These changes are specifically for the jail windows that had to […]

Todd Davidson, the CEO of Travel Oregon, will be the featured guest speaker at the upcoming 69th annual Winter Gala and Awards Banquet at Lakeview Elks Lodge on Saturday, Jan. 10. Davidson leads Oregon’s official tourism commission, first formed in 1995, helping bring billions of dollars in revenue to the state each year through promotion […]

County gives McDonald a proper goodbye

It would be hard-pressed not to find a dry eye when county workers and community acquaintances gathered at the County Courthouse Memorial Hall on Tuesday, Dec. 30 in what was a bittersweet send-off as Sheriff McDonald’s 25-year tenure came to an end. Commissioner Brad Winters, who appointed McDonald 13 years ago, opened up comments by […]

There’s an alternative to procrastinators delaying the inevitable of taking down Christmas decorations, as the Lakeview Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 4070 is collecting used Christmas trees, wreaths and other organic decorations for disposal. Rather than packing the dump full of dead trees or people leaving dried out decorations around creating fire hazards, the […]

Lake County’s roads may be frozen over making driving conditions miserable, but the snow still is not deep enough to even begin considering opening Warner Canyon Ski Area for the winter ski season, according to curator Barry Shullanberger. While snow pack on Saturday, Dec. 20 provided promising snow accumulation to indicate that the ski hill […]

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