Todd Kepple and Al Switzer were both in Lakeview on Monday, April 25, speaking with prospective voters at the Lake County Senior Center. While politicians visiting to secure votes isn’t unusual, their campaigns to attempt to win upcoming primary votes as write-in candidates is different. Also in attendance was Sharon Forster, candidate for Lake County District Attorney.

A 20-page informational letter submission that refuted the grounds of the type of hearing for a comprehensive plan amendment for the Lakeview Red Rock Biofuels project delayed Lake County and Town of Lakeview planning commissions from giving recommendations at a joint hearing. The meeting wa…

Helping to spread the word about Lake County’s many scenic wonders, a new tourist information kiosk in Christmas Valley was recently completed by the Christmas Valley/North Lake Chamber of Commerce.

Oregon Senators Jeff Merkley and Ron Wyden and Congressman Greg Walden called on the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) to maintain the property of its postal facility in Lakeview so that it doesn’t detract from the downtown revival efforts of the community. In a letter to the Portland District Mana…

Bob Nash has served extensively in Lake County’s education system, but effective at the end of the 2016-17 school year he will be officially retiring, necessitating the need to find a new superintendent for the Lake County Education Service District (ESD).

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www.lakecountyexam.comIt's the Lake County Flash for Friday, April 22, 2016 -- your two-minute video news source for all things Oregon Outback. Catch a new Lake County Flash every Friday!This week's Flash features stories about the A.D. Hay School sixth grade science fair, women's health amb…

Stiff competition with 20 total schools at the Summit Invitational on Saturday, April 23 made for a difficult day for Paisley and North Lake athletes, finding themselves on the bottom of total score lists. Paisley’s boys came out with four points at 16th place while North Lake’s girls took h…

After weeks of experiments at home testing, growing, probing, sampling and exploding various vegetables and objects, sixth graders at A.D. Hay Elementary School proudly displayed their findings at the annual sixth grade science fair on Wednesday, April 20.

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2015 Lake County Progress special edition

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