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Taking over for longtime Adult Probation and Parole officer Connie Nash, Zach Hall is looking forward to learning all he can to properly fill her shoes. Originally from Couer d’Alene, Idaho, Hall gained an interest in corrections at a facility in Orofino, Idaho. After seven years, he found employment at Warner Creek Correctional Facility (WCCF)…

After the routine Pledge of Allegiance, the Lake Health District board held its monthly meeting on the evening of Thursday, Feb. 5. Cheryl Cornwell, chief financial officer, gave the financial report with nothing too eventful to discuss. She did report that in-patient was slightly down and out-patient counts were up and that the radiology department…

From early morning jogs to late night dancing and live music, Saturday, March 14 will be a day packed full of fun events to celebrate Lake County’s Irish roots at the annual Irish Days festival. Festivities actually begin the night before, kicking off on Friday, March 13 with the Irish Days Dinner, presented by Soroptimist…

Red Rock answers community concerns

A packed Senior Center was the venue for the informational meeting that was held by employees of Red Rock Biofuels on the evening of Monday, March 2. Leading the meeting was Red Rock CFO Jeff Mantermach, who was accompanied by Environmental Contractor consultant Cheryl Davis and Project Mgr. Mary Dinh. Mantermach began by introducing his…

A resolution honoring William “Bill Kitt” Kittredge was passed by unanimous vote in the Oregon House of Representatives on Monday, Feb. 23, recognizing the Lake County pioneer as an influential leader in Oregon’s early days. House Concurrent Resolution 6 passed in recognition of Kittredge’s leadership and service to the state and Lake County during its…