Candidates for three local positions had the opportunity to state their platforms and answer public concerns at two political forums. The Christmas Valley Chamber of Commerce held the first on Tuesday, April 26 while the Lakeview branch of American Association of University Women (AAUW) hosted another at the Lake County Senior Center on Wednesday, April 27. Candidates for Commissioner Posi…

An unexpected series of gusts caused a stir in downtown Lakeview on the evening of Wednesday, April 27, causing some damage. At about 6 p.m., when businesses were shutting down, a twister ripped metal roofing off of the Executive Inn and Suites building, located on North F Street. A power li…

Forest Service Road 28 on the Fremont-Winema National Forest outside of Lakeview will be closed beginning Monday, May 2 until work is completed later this summer.

Lakeview Town Council approved on Tuesday, April 26 a settlement for a suit field in Lake County Circuit Court regarding the title of two parcels of land where Dollar General hopes to build a new store.

With the deadline past for voter registration and ballots sent to voters for the primaries election, it is all hands on deck for the election season.

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www.lakecountyexam.comIt's the Lake County Flash for Friday, April 29, 2016 -- your two-minute video news source for all things Oregon Outback. Catch a new Flash every Friday!This week's Flash features stories about political forums in Christmas Valley and Lakeview, track teams from North La…

In the only track meet scheduled all season to feature all three Lake County High Schools, the Summit JV Invitational track meet at Summit High School in Bend on Wednesday, April 27 welcomed North Lake, Lakeview and Paisley along with five other teams to compete.

With over a century of rich local history, the site of the Indian Village, once the Lakeview Hotel, had long been a centerpiece of Lakeview’s sentimental past social life. When the Indian Village’s bar reopens on Saturday, May 7, it will become part of the community’s future social scene too.

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