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Lake County’s 2021 Round-Up Court was crowned toward the end of Sunday night’s PRCA Rodeo. Briana Church was crowned the 2021 Round-Up queen, and Samantha Hopper took the 2021 Round-Up Princess title. Todd Muller, who served as the 2020 Round-Up President, will serve a second term as preside…
There will be only two ballot drop box locations in Lake County this coming election day, Tuesday, Nov. 3, according to Lake County Clerk Stacie Geaney. Both drop boxes will be in Lakeview — one outside the Lake County Courthouse and one inside the clerk’s office.
As of Tuesday, the Brattain Fire burning south of Paisley had grown to 34,151 acres and 15% contained. Gov. Brown invoked the Emergency Conflagration Act for the fire as well as the Lake County Commissioners declaring a state of emergency. The U.S. Forest Service reported that the fire was h…
Paisley Volunteer Fire Department has a new humvee, thanks to the Federal Excess Personal Property (FEPP) program. The vehicle came from California and will be used in Lake County on a combination of wildland and residential firefighting assignments.
After Klamath Community College announced in late August that it would be suspending operations at the Lake County Innovation and Learning Center (ILC) for the foreseeable future, the Lake County Commissioners discussed the matter during their Tuesday, Sept. 1 meeting.
In what was at times a contentious debate between council members, the Lakeview Town Council approved the rezoning of the Lakeview Lockers site 3 – 2 on Wednesday, Aug. 26. The rezoning changes it from residential single family to residential multi-family.
Discussion about a property adjacent to the former Lakeview Lockers site was held during the Lake County Board of Commissioners meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 18. The property, located at 220 N. L St., has been under the County’s ownership. The Board of Commissioners received a request from the Kl…
Family and friends recently gathered in Paisley for dedication of the city basketball court to Bob and Bobby Carlon, in recognition of their years of community service. A plaque was placed on the fence of the outdoor court which was paved by Bobby and his son Joe.
Longtime Lake County resident John Flynn is now chairman of the Oregon Beef Council. Having been involved with cattle all his life and overseeing a cattle operation that includes a ranch in Plush, irrigated pasture lands in Beatty and property in California’s Tehama County, Flynn is deeply i…
Two public meetings were held at Paisley School in Wednesday, Aug. 12 and Thursday, Aug. 13 to inform parents about the school’s plans for reopening in fall. A number of changes were discussed, most due to COVID. Paisley School will reopen Monday, Aug. 31.
Paisley Adventure is now open to provide bicycle maintenance, repairs and rentals to both locals and visitors to the area. Paisley resident Mike Norris said bicycling bicycle repair has been his hobby for years, and he is happy to be turning it into more of a business.