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Crista Damuth is opening her new salon on Friday, June 11, with a grand opening celebration from 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. The salon is called Seas the Day.

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With two rounds of finalists for the Daly Middle School/Lakeview High School (LHS) principal position meeting with various committees and the public, Lake County School District #7 (LCSD#7) Supt. Michael Carter named Hillary Hulseman as the new principal for LHS; she will be replacing Lane S…

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With Red Rock Biofuels searching for money, either through equity or bonds, the Port of Morrow has revoked its authorization for the project to issue up to $65 million of revenue generating bonds, including $10 million in private activity bonds.

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When she opened her own business in 1991, Jaymie Richardson told herself if she could stay in business for 30 years, she’d consider herself a success. Fast forward 30 years and she has just hit that milestone. Her business, Again & Again — a thrift and vintage store — is still going strong.

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Lake County residents overwhelmingly supported a petition on the Tuesday, May 18 ballot about whether the Lake County Commissioners should hold meetings to advocate moving Idaho’s borders to include Lake County — 1,510 in favor, and 513 opposed.

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A new internal medicine physician, Dr. Jeffery Chen, recently started at Lake Health Clinic. He is working two weeks on and two weeks off at the Clinic and brings decades of experience to the team.

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Oregon Department of Justice (DOJ) announced the conclusion of an investigation related to the use of deadly force by members of the Oregon State Police and Lake County Sheriff’s Office, which resulted in the death of Isaac Matheney on Friday, Jan. 1.

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Tallman Rock Chippers are returning to the Lake County Fairgrounds this Memorial Day weekend with a two-day rock and gem show on Saturday, May 29, and Sunday, May 30.

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Steve Brown recently retired from his role as superintendent of Warner Creek Correctional Facility — a role he held for eight years — and will be starting a new career as a forester with the United States Forest Service.

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Significant funding could come to the Christmas Valley water and library districts if Lake County is able to apply for community development block grant (CDBG) funding, but first, the County must obtain income survey results from CV residents in or near those districts. To qualify for CDBG f…