The official newspaper of record for Lake County, Oregon since 1880
Lakeview based GK Soundbooth Inc. has developed a new product to help offices and co-working spaces reopen for employees to work at the office safely during COVID, with its new Deskshield.
As of Monday, July 6, the Lake County Examiner has a new managing editor. Danielle Jester has joined the newspaper from the Herald and News in Klamath Falls, where she worked as a staff reporter and interim associate editor.
Ray Turner, Lakeview mayor, has announced his running for re-election in November 2020, as he wishes to oversee upcoming projects and to improve the quality of life in the community.
J-Spear Ranch of Paisley is facing two lawsuits over the Watson Creek Fire which burned timberland in August 2018, ultimately burning 59,061 acres.
Lakeview High School girls varsity basketball coach Lori Batterman will not be returning to coach the Lady Honkers next season as she felt a bit let down by the administration.
Craig Delarm, owner of Fletch-N-Strings Archery in Paisley, saw a need to reach archers across Lake County and the region, so he developed and worked on turning a horse trailer into a mobile shop.
Even though their season was cut short, members of the Lakeview Mat Club were still able to receive their awards for a job well done.
Members of the Lake County Fair Board, the Round-up Association, the Market Sales committee, 4-H and FFA met in a special session on Monday, May 11, to discuss the recent recommendations from the Governor’s office about the potential for no mass gatherings through September. While agreeing t…
Lakeview High School graduate Billie Parsons nee Hutchins, has published her first novel in a five novel series entitled “Fragile: A Bradshaw Brothers novel.”
My alarm rang at 0530 hours, leaving me more than a little confused and groggy, having went to bed at 1230. What was I waking up this early on a Saturday for? Am I nuts? The answer to that can wait, as I did have a mission: a 0700 safety briefing at the Goose Lake Railway (GLR) train depot. …
For the past four years horticulture program teacher at Lakeview High School (LHS) and Bloomers Country Home Nursery co-owner, DeNae Simms Bauer has been organizing the planting of petunias in downtown Lakeview as part of a beautification project.
Two local boutiques, Red Barn Boutique and Painted Fringe Boutique, are having a one day pop up on Wednesday, June 10, at the former KBE building at 14 S. F St., from Noon – 7 p.m.