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Wednesday, May 5 marks 76 years since a pregnant Elsie Mitchell and five children from a Sunday school class were killed by the explosion of a Japanese balloon bomb near Bly. The tragedy holds a unique place in history as it was the only instance in which Americans were killed as the result of enemy action during World War II in the continental United States. More tragedy followed for form…
Lakeview High School (LHS) softball came off of an impressive win against Lost River only to run into a dominant pitcher at Cascade Christian, overall the Honkers won two games and lost one.
A bill which would transfer the title of the Warner Creek Correctional Facility (WCCF) if it is closed by Oregon Gov. Kate Brown has passed the Oregon Senate and is now moving through the Oregon House.
Friday, April 30 will mark the end of an era for the Lake County Examiner as Tillie Flynn works her last day as the newspaper’s general manager — a position she has held since 1984. Examiner Managing Editor Danielle Jester will become the new general manager, effective Saturday, May 1.
Two days before his final shift as Lake Health District’s EMS director, Troy Armstrong took some time to reflect on how much LHD EMS has accomplished since it took over Lake County Ambulance Service Area (ASA) #4, formerly served by the Lakeview Disaster Unit.
Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) released its forecast for the spring bear hunting season, with the deadline for people to purchase tags for spring bear being Wednesday, March 31.
Lakeview High School (LHS) volleyball ended the week with a strong win against Glide 3 – 0, but split the first two games of the week against Lost River and Klamath Union.
Lakeview High School (LHS) football was unable to overcome some early mistakes and power running by the Bandon High School team on Saturday, March 13, losing 16 – 13.
One of the most popular events at the Warner Canyon Ski Area in 2020 returns — night skiing — from Friday, March 5, through Sunday, March 7.
A project to tell the story of the ever-changing landscape in Lake County is entering its final phase; photographs featuring the County’s unique views are displayed in several businesses and buildings in downtown Lakeview.
On Thursday, May 6, the Lake County Museum and the Schminck Museum are reopening their doors for the summer season; the museums will close at the end of October.
Lakeview High School (LHS) junior Miller Cyr was surprised this week when the Oregon Make-A-Wish Foundation brought him a brand new ATV from Cycle Country in Salem.
Lakeview High Schools (LHS) Honor Society is undertaking a project to provide the DMS/LHS school library with new books for students. Allison Hussey, an LHS senior and event chair, recently reported to the school board and was excited to have its support on the project. The group’s goal is t…