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Oregon Liquor Control Commissioner and General Manager of Sunriver Owners Association, Hugh Palcic, announced on Wednesday, Feb. 19, his candidacy for the Oregon State Senate District 28.
A cougar, with a couple of one-year cubs, killed four goats in the Bly area late Thursday, Feb. 20, into early Friday, Feb. 21.
Fixing up school buildings and improving mental health services were options discussed for the $697,000 that the Lake County School District is slated to receive from the state of Oregon.
Jo Rae Perkins, Republican candidate for the United States Senate against Democratic incumbent Jeff Merkley, visited Lakeview and Lake County on Wednesday, Feb. 12 to meet voters and discuss priorities.
For the first time in recent memory night skiing occurred at the Warner Canyon Ski Area on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 14-16.
It was the final home game on Friday, Feb. 14 for the Lakeview High School boys varsity basketball team, needing a sweep of their final three regular season games to earn a playoff spot.
With the regular season winding down and only two more games left in the season, the North Lake boys varsity basketball is now on a seven-game winning streak after defeating Prospect Charter, Rogue Valley Adventist Academy, and Chiloquin.
Lakeview High School wrestling competed in two tournaments last week at the Basin’s Best tournament on Wednesday, Jan. 29, and the Heppner Bank of Eastern Oregon tournament on Saturday, Feb. 1.
Lakeview High School boys varsity basketball had a tough game against Illinois Valley on Friday, Jan. 24, but bounced back against Canyonville Academy at home on Saturday Jan. 25.
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 .
Around 200 people flocked to the Lake County EXPO to win door prizes, talk to vendors, and enter chili into the annual cook-off contest at the Lake County EXPO on Saturday, Feb. 22 at the Lake County Fairgrounds.
With March upon the community it is time for new events and movies at the Alger Theater for March.
Christmas Valley resident Mary Russell has been crocheting since she was six years old. Russell has turned that skill into a sustainable art by repurposing everything from audio tape to baling twine into useful and decorative household items using her crocheting and sewing skills.