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ODFW open for business  Better late than never

It took a tad longer than expected, but after years of discussion and months of construction Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Biologist Craig Foster finally has an office space to call home. For 12 years discussions took place about constructing a separate building for ODFW, the previous office shared in the Marius Building in […]

Measures With the general election coming on Tuesday, Nov. 4, there is far more at stake than just candidates seeking election. Oregon residents will be voting on seven ballot measures, each proposing an amendment to the state constitution. Ballots and voter pamphlets should have already been received in the mail for all registered voters explaining […]

Trick or treating for UNICEF

Proving that you’re never too old to trick or treat, students involved in National Honor Society will be roaming neighborhoods on Friday, Oct. 31 clad in costumes. However unlike trick or treaters asking for candy, these students will be requesting donations as part of the annual Trick-or-Treat For UNICEF campaign. Since 1950 the nationwide campaign […]

County escapes worst of northwest windstorm

One of the strongest windstorms to blow through the northwest in decades caused havoc throughout Oregon, but Lake County managed to escape the worst of the damage caused on Saturday, Oct. 25. Winds gusting in excess of 50 miles per hour across Lake County strained trees, roof shingles and sent debris flying, but aside from […]

Lake Health District (LHD) board members met the night of Wednesday, Oct. 22 to decide on which architect firm would be best suited for LHD’s Lakeview Cottages project. After some discussion and fielding feedback from staff members, the board unanimously approved Pinnacle Architecture to be the designer for the long-term care unit. LHD CEO Charlie […]

Sheriff Candidates Face-off at Political Forum

A packed Senior Center was the stage for the annual Political Forum that was hosted by American Association of University Women (AAUW) on Wednesday, Oct. 15. Lauri Crocker, member of AAUW, played moderator for the near-three-hour event. Beginning the forum, Crocker told the audience that the goal of the meeting was to inform the public […]

Scores of people came from around the county for the Library Endowment dinner hosted by the Lake County Libraries on Saturday, Oct. 18 in order to show support for the integral local libraries and hear from author and publisher, C.J. Hadley. The evening began at the Lakeview main branch library at 5 p.m. for a […]

Lakeview Town Council met on Tuesday, Oct. 14 to discuss several issues, chief among them a final vote on the long-discussed air quality ordinance. During the public comment portion a petition was presented, signed by 36 citizens, concerning engine braking along US 395 north of 4th street, causing a lot of noise for local residents […]

Food Share board looks for donations

Newly elected board members of the Lake County Food Share were inducted into the group of other willing members to contribute to their needing community. The board consists of Chairman Mike Newcombe, Vice Chairman Dianne Clay, Secretary Jenna Briggs and Treasurer Ronne Lindsay. Vice Chairman Dianne Clay hopes that the rebranded board will bring new […]

Ag Awareness Day

Around 157 students, 4th-6th graders, from AD Hay Elementary School participated in Ag Awareness Day on Friday, Oct. 17. Lakeview High School’s Agricultural Science and Technology Program students, who are all a part of Future Farmers of America, hosted the event at Daly Middle School where the children were educated on the theme of “Soil […]

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