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As the first snows of fall begin, focus turns to preparations for the long, cold winter ahead. From home to work to transportation, extra steps are needed to ensure a safe and pleasant winter season. This is part 1 of a three part series covering proper preparations for winter. Just because snow and ice are […]

Friends of Paisley Cemetery received a $9,620 grant in June for ground penetrating radar (GPR) work to be done at the Paisley Cemetery from the Oregon Commission on Historic Cemeteries, which is a division of Oregon Parks and Recreation. In-kind funds from Paisley area supporters contributed another $2,237 for a total investment of $12,175. Grant […]

To avoid complacency and to provide sufficient services for the community, Lake County Mental Health is in the course of refining their expertise in different areas of mental health such as first aid response, eating disorders and gambling. Mental Health was awarded a considerable grant from Eastern Oregon Coordinated Care Organization the sum of $38,160 […]

After a few months of negotiations, the Paisley School District is on the brink of acquiring a new reader board to better communicate with students and community members. At the Paisley School District’s Board meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 11, Principal Bill Wurtz was approved by the board to purchase a reader board for a negotiated […]

ODF crews fell junipers to preserve watershed

Fresh off the fire lines with the busy summer season now over, Oregon Department of Forestry crew members are still finding ways to stay very busy, felling juniper trees throughout Bullard Canyon east of Lakeview as part of a watershed preservation grant project in conjunction with ODF and the Town of Lakeview. Five-person work crews […]

Balls of fury fly at charity dodgeball tournament

A festive and frenzied dodgeball tournament was organized by Lakeview High School National Honor Society at the LHS gym on Thursday, Nov. 20, packing the bleachers full of participants and spectators eager to witness the carnage. A fundraiser for the Food Share Program, admission was $2 or two cans of food to help out the […]

DAR looks to honor Lakeview local on women’s memorial at Arlington Cemetery

Barbara Wheelock was not yet 17 years old when she did her part to serve honorably during World War II, joining the war effort by entering the Cadet Nurse Corps in 1944 despite being underage and with zero medical training background. She had just graduated high school, a Catholic Hospital nun deciding during her interview […]

Town gets in the decorating spirit

Plans to decorate downtown Lakeview in the holiday spirit kicked into high gear on Wednesday, Nov. 12, as several members of Lakeview Town Hall and the community gathered at the Lakeview High School woodshop to prepare decorations. Utilizing plywood sheets donated by Pro Build, Mayor Mike Patrick, Town Mgr. Ray Simms, LHS woodshop teacher Fred […]

Klamath Community College’s Innovation and Learning Center reported tremendous growth in its second year during the Monday, Nov. 17 Lake County School District #7 board meeting. Created through a partnership between KCC and the LCSD#7 board, the ILC operates out of the north wing of the Daly Middle School building in Lakeview, providing college elective […]

Lakeview locals will be making the long trek to Washington D.C. to receive recognition for their work at the 2014 USDA Forest Service Chief’s Honor Awards on Friday, Dec. 5. The 79th annual awards are being presented as part of the National Leadership Council (NLC) December meeting. The Lakeview Stewardship Group are among 14 groups […]

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