The official newspaper of record for Lake County, Oregon since 1880
An interactive graph has been making the rounds of Facebook the past couple of days from Unacast, which is tracking how people are keeping a social distancing based on the amount of travel has decreased compared with the number of confirmed cases.
At a meeting of the Lake County Commissioners on Tuesday, Feb. 18, Lake County Commissioner Mark Albertson raised an interesting point when members of the Lake County Umbrella Watershed Council (LCUWC) were talking about all the different projects throughout the county; and that was marketin…
I guess I’m just a sort of gregarious type of person, as my friendships are across all the aisles. But I must admit, that in order to maintain all these very wonderful and fulfilling relationships I have to tread carefully when it comes to taxes and politics. It’s not that I’m halfhearted ab…
When I initially moved to Lakeview back in early October 2019, many local people told me about how the winters can be, and being from a climate that didn’t get snow, how it would be an adjustment for me, all I can say is I am happy with the fairly mild winter I am experiencing so far in Lakeview.
As we enter a new year we are also entering another Presidential election cycle as the primaries come thick and fast and before we know it is November. I think it is time we all find a dose of civility during this election season compared to the last couple of times.
I am not sure who is the booking agent for Santa Claus, but the big guy sure stays busy this time of year!
Not only am I the new reporter at the Lake County Examiner, I am a new resident of Lakeview and Lake County. Over the past couple of weeks I have come to know more about the new community that I now call home.