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After partnering with sister-in-law Amy Thompson at the Polar Bear last October, Kayla Mathews is heading up a new and exciting venture to give Lakeview residents a few fresh tastes that will leave their stomachs wanting more. The Polar Bear has introduced gourmet cupcakes that are selling for $2.50 that will greatly complement the eatery’s…

Appeal paperwork was prepared, but in the end no official formal appeal was filed in Lake County’s approval of a zoning permit for Red Rock Biofuels’ proposed Lakeview location before the deadline, according to Lake County Commissioners County Planner Darwin Johnson. Although preliminary paperwork had been compiled to appeal the Tuesday, Jan. 13 decision, it…

Flynn’s/ U.S. Cellular  gear up for EXPO

Flynn’s Furniture and Appliance and U.S. Cellular, both businesses operating out of the same building, will bring a wide assortment of products to showcase at the upcoming Lake County Examiner’s Lake County Expo, scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 28. Long-time mainstays at the annual Expo, Flynn’s and U.S. Cellular will be well represented, featuring tantalizing new…

High winds wreak havoc

A storm front blew through Oregon on Friday, Feb. 6, high winds preceding clouds pummeling power lines, tormenting trees, confounding citizens and making driving conditions stressful. With the dry winter to date, what little rain followed the winds was welcomed, but the storm did little to bring what the area needs most, snow. While Crater…

In order to assist defendants, the County will be launching the Enhanced Supervision program starting this month. According to District Attorney Ulys Stapleton, the program aims to keep those who are on probation out of the penitentiary by increasing the type of supervision that is available. County departments including Probation, Mental Health, the Court and…