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While Tom Lightle didn’t place in the main heat of this year’s Destruction Derby, he’s certainly a solid first in the hearts of many. Driving to “Trash Cancer” in his iconic “Trash Can” #56 derby car, Lightle placed first in the first heat and won the “Mad Dog” award for being the most aggressive driver of the derby.
All Lake County schools began classes last week. Unfortunately, social media has been abuzz with complaints about reckless driving, failing to stop at stop signs and speeding in our school zones, particularly regarding teen drivers.
Lake District Hospital’s construction of the new EMS building has hit a bit of a road block.
With rural Oregon on their mind and wanting to hear from the public, four state legislative members; Sen. Dennis Linthicum, Rep. Vicki Breese-Iverson, Rep. Lynn Findley and Rep. E. Werner Reschke visited with Lake County residents on Tuesday, Sept. 3 for a special Town Hall meeting and spoke…
Gov. Kate Brown announced today that David M. Vandenberg to the Lake County Circuit Court, filling a vacancy created by the retirement of Judge Robert F. Nichols, Jr.
It's the Lake County Flash for Friday, Sept 13, 2019 -- your two-minute video news source for all things Oregon Outback. Catch a new Flash every Friday! This week's edition of the Flash features stories about the new electronic records system at LDH, the Lake County Fairboard Annual Gunshow,…
A still young season showed promise, but much left to learn, as the Lakeview Honkers varsity football team lost in their first home game of the 2019 season to Burns, 18-0.
Kaden Greenfield, a Lakeview High School class of 2019 graduate represented Lake County well as he took part in the annual Oregon All Star East vs. West Football game on Saturday, Aug. 3 in Baker City at Baker Bulldog Memorial Stadium.
With the changing of the season, the Men’s Fast-Pitch Softball League is up and running and Lakeview’s representation, Red Rock Biofuels, is ready to take the league by storm.
The 100th annual Lake County Round-Up and Fair created a lot of new memories for many. In the coming months the fair will also provide a boost to local senior citizens. A silent auction of donated salt lick art entered in the Fair’s Craft Department raised $350, which will be donated to the …
A major milestone has been accomplished.
In conjunction with the suicide prevention awareness walk/run in Lakeview in May, the Village Restaurant and Lounge had a fundraiser of their own to help raise money for suicide prevention. The Village donated a percentage of their pizza sales; $500, and the VFW matched the donation. $1,000 …
A Lakeview native has been featured on the cover of national magazine “The China Painter.”