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Watershed Council  completes Pitcher Ranch fish passage project

Lake County Watershed Council and several partners have recently completed the Pitcher Ranch Fish Passage project, located nine miles west of Silver Lake on Buck Creek. The project staff replaced three irrigation diversion structures with fish passable designs to prevent fish from being trapped in the irrigation systems in the creek. Such designs include pre-cast…

Members of the Community Health Improvement Partnership (CHIP) came together for their monthly meeting at the Lake District Hospital Penn Wilbur meeting room on the evening of Thursday, Feb. 19. CHIP Dir., John Adams, spoke about the recruitment of more community members to the organization, especially for Oregon Health Plan (OHP) members. “It’s really important…

Lakeview Town Council held a work session and regular session meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 10, reassigning liaison duties for committees for each council member and addressing numerous questions from concerned citizens regarding rumors about the air quality ordinance and the ongoing developments of the proposed Red Rock Biofuels plant in Lakeview. The work session focused…

Cowboys complete basketball season

North Lake boys basketball defeated Prospect 63-42 on Tuesday, Feb. 18 to close the regular season, earning a spot in the Mountain Valley League tournament. A strong defensive showing through the first three quarters gave the Cowboys a commanding lead on their home court, leading 40-23 going into the fourth quarter. North Lake outscored Prospect…

VFW honors patriotic teens

Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) District 5, comprised of Lakeview, Klamath Falls and Malin, honored patriotic local teens at their district meeting on Saturday, Feb. 21 at the Eagles Lodge in Lakeview with the formal presentation of winners in the annual Patriotic Pin and Voice of Democracy competitions. Students from within District 5 for the…