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Long time Adel School District teacher Stacey Martin was named as the Lake Regional Finalist for the Oregon Teacher of the Year award. She now moves onto to the final round where she will compete against 14 other teachers from around the state, a winner will be chosen in the fall of this yea…
In a close race current Lake County District Attorney Ted Martin defeated his challenger Paul Charas to win a full-term as Lake County District Attorney on Tuesday, May 19.
For the last two years Julia’s on 395, which was located at 9 N. F St., has been serving steaks, pastas, chicken and pork dishes; owner/chef Julia Drori announced on Thursday, May 14, that she would not reopen her doors after closing them temporarily when restaurants were limited to take-out.
After days of anticipation Gov. Kate Brown announced on Thursday, May 14, that 31 counties in Oregon were ready to enter into Phase 1 of reopening, including Lake County.
After finishing his career with many honors, Lakeview High School senior Jalen Lampman earned one more when he was named by the Oregon Basketball Coaches Association to the Second Team All-State in 2A.
Lakeview High School senior Alyson Yates is finishing up nine years of being in 4-H, including a stint at the National Congress and as State Ambassador, with the goal of working in the 4-H program after college at an extension office.
With the spring season upon the community the Lakeridge Golf Course is reopening Wednesday, April 1, though they had to make some adjustments to comply with Gov. Kate Brown’s Executive Order 20-12.
Craig Delarm, owner of Fletch-N-Strings in Paisley, started in late 2019 a Scholastic 3-D Archery (S3DA) team made up of two kids from Paisley and four from Lakeview; they have competed in two events before all events were suspended because of COVID-19.
After being delayed in opening to the general public due to businesses and museums being closed by the Governor, the Lake County Museum and the Schminck Memorial Museum are opening their doors to visitors on Thursday, June 4.
An annual tradition took on new meaning for Lakeview VFW Post #4070 Commander David Swart on Saturday, May 16, as flags were renewed at the Sunrise and I.O.O.F. cemeteries.
Even though the annual Lakeview High School plant sale is not going to occur during its normal time of Friday, May 8 and Saturday, May 9, the plants have been to Bloomers Country Nursery and will be sold there with the proceeds going to support the horticulture program of Lakeview High School.
Third graders from A.D. Hay Elementary school in Lakeview have had their poems published in a new anthology featuring poems of K-6 graders from around 20 states.