With COVID-19 shutting down large parts of the economy, the impact in Lakeview has been mostly felt by restaurants and bars as they are limited to take-out and delivery; now another aspect of the local economy is taking a hit as workers at the Collins Lakeview sawmill will now only be at work three days a week for eight hour work days.

In an effort to help out Lake District Hospital and Lake County Public Health employees of the Juvenile and Adult Community Justice staff have been working at making face shields for employees at the Hospital.

Ever-expanding to meet the needs of north Lake County residents, Santaís General Store more commonly known as Santaís or Santaís Hardware in Christmas Valley (CV) has grown from a very basic hardware store to one busting at the seams. A sort of one-stop-shop, over the last 12 years manager J…

On Monday, March 30, the Regional Forester for the sixth region, which encompasses the Pacific Northwest, issued an order to comply with recent Governor’s Executive Orders to stay at home to save lives, the order closed all developed recreation sites in the National Forests in the Pacific No…

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Craig Delarm, owner of Fletch-N-Strings in Paisley, started in late 2019 a Scholastic 3-D Archery (S3DA) team made up of two kids from Paisley and four from Lakeview; they have competed in two events before all events were suspended because of COVID-19.

Very few high school basketball players ever get close to the 2,000-point mark in their career, but Lakeview High School senior Jalen Lampman passed that milestone in his final year playing for the Honkers; finishing with 2,018 points.

After making an improbable run to make the district playoffs the Lakeview High School boys varsity basketball gathered to celebrate the season on Thursday, March 5.

When life gives you snow, make a snowman. Since Paisley School closed and cancelled all activities, the students have been confined to their houses. So an 8-inch spring snow fall on March 18 was the perfect opportunity to get kids outdoors doing something fun. The city of Paisley put the wor…

With this years theme being Hawaiian, people donned their best tropical gear and hit the slopes at Warner Canyon Ski Area for the annual SnoFest on Saturday, Feb. 22 - sponsored by Relief Chiropractic .