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Gatling Gun among the display items for Gun Show

Going into its quarter-century year, the annual Lake County Fair Board Gun and Trade Show will take place April 12-13 at the Lake County Fairgrounds. Many weapons will be available to buy, sell, or trade, as well as antique and modern firearms on display along with knives, coins, art, jewelry, and other collectibles. One of […]

Lake County Education Service District (ESD) Supt. Bob Nash recently updated the county commissioners on the organization’s funding and services. Among the services provided by the ESD include direct special education implementation for all five of the county’s school districts, along with school psychologist and speech services, Nash said. Technology and financial services, along with […]

Lake Health District recently hired a new staff member for its administrative office. Jennifer Antle recently joined the staff of Lake District Hospital as the executive assistant to CEO Charlie Tveit.  She replaces Sheryl Pavlak, who recently moved out of the area. Duties in this role will include a variety of managerial tasks related to […]

Flamingos flock to Lakeview lawns

Property owners beware, and prepare to get flocked! Starting this week through Memorial Day, unsuspecting Lakeview residents may awake to find their yards swarming with pink flamingos. The Lakeview High School senior class is participating in a fundraiser, placing a yard full of plastic birds on victim’s property. To get the birds removed, a donation […]

Night of Lights celebrates North Lake’s brightest stars

“Blue Suede Boots” was the theme for the fifth annual Christmas Valley Awards Banquet, held on Saturday, April 5. Christmas Valley Community Hall was packed to celebrate the residents of north Lake County that make a tremendous difference in the area, handing out several awards amidst a plethora of raffle prizes and a dinner provided […]

Cowboy Poet to perform at libraries

Jessica Hedges will headline the annual National Cowboy Poetry Week, performing in Lakeview, Paisley, and Christmas Valley April 22-23. Hedges will perform at the Lakeview Library in the community meeting room on Tuesday, April 22, at 7 p.m., the Paisley Community Hall on Wednesday, April 23, at 7 p.m., and at the Christmas Valley Boosters […]

Elks Lodge elect new officers, annual awards

Lakeview Elks Lodge B.P.O.E #1536 elected its new Exalted Ruler for 2014-15 and appointed new officers during a banquet held on Saturday, March 29. Justin Phillips, in his fourth year of membership with the Lodge, was elected as the new Exalted Ruler, replacing 2013-14 Exalted Ruler Ray Turner. The event was an opportunity for the […]

Town Council asks for public opinion over medical marijuana

A Lakeview Town Council work session on Monday, March 25 addressed which stance the community should take on medical marijuana dispensaries in the wake of recent state legislation. Senate Bill 1531 legalized medicinal marijuana dispensaries in Oregon, subject to local government oversight of hours of operation, location, and manner of distribution. A moratorium has been […]

Approximately one year after the initial announcement of a new joint facility consolidating South Central Oregon Fire Management Partnership dispatch centers, the Lakeview Interagency Fire Center (LIFC) is now open for business as of Tuesday, April 1. The new LIFC provides dispatch services for lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management, Oregon Department of […]

A possible pending closure of Lakeview’s Schminck Museum has been often rumored, but a final decision as to its future is yet to be decided. An official statement from the Oregon State Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, owners of the museum, is still pending at time of print, and numerous messages left […]

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