The official newspaper of record for Lake County, Oregon since 1880
Silver Creek Fire is a lightning caused fire that was discovered on July 14 on the Silver Lake Ranger District, Fremont-Winema National Forest one mile south of Thompson Reservoir. Firing operations were recently completed and all objectives were met successfully.
This week is the final week to purchase tickets for the Lakeview Rotary Club’s annual Goose Chase Symposium set for Saturday, July 13 at noon at Drew’s Creek.
A team of Oregon Institute of Technology, “Oregon Tech,” students won big this weekend at the InventOR Collegiate Challenge. The grand prize winners are The Reclaimers, a team of Oregon Tech students made up of Renewable Energy Engineering and Electrical Engineering senior Annika Andersen of…
Debe Lightle, Soroptimist vice-president and Programs of Service chair, recently announced Camp Cottonwood Inc. as the recipient of $5,000 and presented Carl Tracy, board member, with a check. Coupled with a $10,000 donation from the local Lions Club, this money will be used to replace orig…
Lakeview’s Lady Honker softball season may have come to an end at the state semi-finals, but the ladies still had plenty to celebrate as they held their end- of-season banquet on Thursday, June 6.
Just before the school year ended, several Lakeview High School band, choir and orchestra students had an opportunity to attend the annual Music in May festival in Forest Grove, at Pacific University. The three day festival took place May 23-25.
Four Boy Scouts of Troop 79 have now joined the ranks of scouting’s elite. On Sunday, June 2, friends, family, and community members met at The Gathering Place to watch four of Lakeview’s young men receive their Eagle Scout awards at a court of honor. Those receiving their Eagle were Tucker …
Lake Health District’s (LHD) Community Health Improvement Partnership (CHIP) meetings have discussed over the last few months a program that would make school meals available for free to all students.
Coming from around the state, the Oregon State United States Bowling Congress’ (USBC) 2019 Women’s Championships in Salem brought in hundreds of individuals and teams competing for the top spot.