Lake County’s social event of the year, the 74th Annual Lake County Chamber of Commerce Gala, celebrated local residents and partied throughout the night in Lakeview, as Joseph Utley and Lisa Shullanberger took home the Junior First Citizen and Senior First Citizen awards.

To support the work of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation (RMEF) each year every chapter holds a fundraising dinner; Lakeview’s event will be on Saturday, Jan. 25, starting at 4 p.m. at the Lake County Fairgrounds.

The Lakeview Town Council, at a special meeting held Thursday, Jan. 16, at 4 pm at Town Hall, approved a one-time grant request of $30,000 to the Lake County Round-Up Committee(RUC) in support of financing a ìconcert headlinerî for the 2020 Round-Up concert. Council members in attendance inc…

After a hot start to league play, things cooled off for North Lake girls varsity basketball over the past week; winning against in-county rival Paisley, 60-34, but losing to Rogue Valley Adventist Academy, 34-31, and Trinity Lutheran, 65-58.

A busy week began with a difficult opponent in Lakeview High School varsity boys basketball’s home opener, welcoming Burns to Honker Court on Tuesday, Jan. 7.

Even though they just came off of a break and had limited practices, the North Lake Cowgirls basketball team came out energetic against Central Christian, 55-32, and also defeated Prospect Charter, 46-36.

To support the work of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation (RMEF) each year every chapter holds a fundraising dinner; Lakeview’s event will be on Saturday, Jan. 25, starting at 4 p.m. at the Lake County Fairgrounds.

Combine a skill handed down from mother to daughter, strong family ties, thoughtfulness to find a way to maintain the dignity of a loved one who is seriously ill; the result is John and Dana DeCaire’s specialty clothing line for dialysis patients, “hemowear.”

Leslie Carlock started working in October as a Customer Service/Catalog librarian at the main Lake County Library in Lakeview, after volunteering there for several years.