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Winter personal enrichment classes, coordinated by the Lake County Youth Mentor Program, are currently open for enrollment, offering opportunities for residents to learn valuable new skills such as sign language, crafts, social media basics and concealed carry certification. The enrollment registration deadline is Tuesday, Feb. 10 for four classes being offered, the first beginning Feb.…

In the wake of Jerry’s  Restaurant closing two weeks ago, rumors have been circulating about the next Lakeview restaurant closing. Of the names cropping up, Hunan’s Chinese Restaurant was the chief among them. Owner of Hunan for eight years, Fong Gee, said that management has no plans to close down the restaurant and is still…

Cowgirls win back-to-back games

North Lake girls basketball overcame a late deficit to emerge victorious over HosannaÇhristian  on Friday, Jan. 30. The Cowgirls trailed all game going into the fourth quarter, but outscored Hosanna 16-10 in the final frame, proving to be just enough to edge Hosanna by one point, winning 42-41. The Cowgirls had extended a lead as…

Barry Point Fire lands to be restored through WBC grant

Barry Point Fire in 2012 devastated Lake and Modoc county forests, scorching more than 93,000 acres of public and private lands west of Goose Lake in the Modoc and Fremont-Winema National Forests. But through a joint forest-restoration and conservation project those areas will soon be teeming with life once more. Funded by the Wildlife Conservation…

A formal appeal to a zoning permit approval for the proposed Red Rock Biofuels plant in Lakeview was filed on Tuesday, Jan. 20, under claims that due diligence was not followed in the approval process allowing for proper notification, time for public comment periods and disaster preparedness plans. Submitted to Lake County Commissioners County Planner…

Scaled-down drag racing action drives student competition

While Lakeview’s dragstrip rests dormant during the cold winter months, a much more scaled-down version brought the same kind of high-speeds, thrills and friendly competition in Fred Smith’s woodshop class finals, as students squared off in races with wooden cars they had built during the school term. During the term Smith’s Daly Middle School and…