Lake County has a new adventure map for residents and tourists to explore the area, all part of a Lake County Trails Committee, Travel Oregon and Travel Southern Oregon pilot project.

Volunteer firefighters received acknowledgement of their efforts fighting the Brattain Fire — which threatened the town of Paisley and surrounding ranches in September — at the Oct. 24 meeting of High Desert Rangeland Fire Protection Association. With the help of community donations, each of…

TJ’s Family Fun Center & Restaurant is now under new ownership and will soon have a different name as well. Jake and Steffi Campbell purchased the business from Chuck Kelley last week. The couple signed a five-year lease on the building with first option to buy. While much of the busines…

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Lakeview High School (LHS) softball team won its final two games against Sisters High School on Saturday, Oct. 10, completing the fall season.

Big Horn sheep tags are extremely rare. Generally only a couple are drawn each year, and many people who have been entering their names for decades have never gotten a tag. Thus, a Big Horn hunt is regarded as the experience of a lifetime. Two women with Lakeview ties were the winners of thi…

Lake County’s 2021 Round-Up Court was crowned toward the end of Sunday night’s PRCA Rodeo. Briana Church was crowned the 2021 Round-Up queen, and Samantha Hopper took the 2021 Round-Up Princess title. Todd Muller, who served as the 2020 Round-Up President, will serve a second term as preside…

Even though the Lake County Museum will not be able to participate in this year’s Lake Health District Holiday Fair – as it has been canceled – people will still have the chance to purchase books for gifts at the Lake County Museum Falling for Books event on Saturday, Nov. 14.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and the Lake County Crisis Center (LCCC) has made recent strides in serving survivors of domestic violence locally. Eight women recently completed the first art therapy program offered through the LCCC and the Center also recently acquired its ow…

Christmas Valley Soup Kitchen reopened Tuesday, Oct. 6 and is serving meals every Tuesday from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. through late May, 2021. Meals are served at the Christmas Valley Community Hall free of charge to anyone who would like to eat.