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This week is not only national Peace Corps week, it is also the 60th Anniversary since the organization began under President John F. Kennedy and two members of the community — Ken Kestner and Ginger Casto — talked about their experience serving as Peace Corps volunteers.

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Lake County’s WorkSource office, located in Lakeview in the Lake County Courthouse basement — 513 Center Street #103 — continues to be open to serve youth and adults seeking employment and job training. John Callaghan, Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WOIA) adult/youth employment co…

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Lake County’s newly formed Solar Advisory Committee had its first meeting Tuesday, Feb. 16. Members of the Committee were appointed by the County Commissioners so that they may research the County’s commercial solar development rules and propose other rules that the County should consider es…

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Mesa Greenfield, infection prevention/employee health RN, was recently named Lake Health District’s 2020 Employee of the Year. Greenfield has been with the Health District for 18 years and was responsible for administering all vaccines for LHD employees who opted to receive one.

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Lake County Chamber of Commerce Exec. Dir. Shiela Strubel is preparing for her first Irish Days with the parade scheduled for Saturday, March 13, and the deadline for people to submit an application to participate on Wednesday, March 10.

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It is not too late for people to register their teams for the annual Outback Outdoor Dash, which will take place on Saturday, March 13, at approximately 12:30 p.m. after the Irish Days parade

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Code violations exist in numerous places in Lake County, both in and outside city limits, from noxious weeds, to garbage, to junk appliances and vehicles littering properties. But with a small staff who already have a slate of other responsibilities, getting residents to clean up such issues…

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J.T. McDonald Children’s Park, also know as the “Kiddie Park”, will undergo upgrades and improvements as the Town of Lakeview was awarded a $75,000 grant from the Oregon Parks and Recreation Commission.

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When Silver Lake Café & Bar owner Maria Leckenby returned to North Lake to re-open the restaurant she had known and loved as a kid, some people doubted whether she would manage to keep it open for even six months. Nearly four years later — a quarter of which has been during the COVID pan…

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Red Rock Biofuels in Lakeview has temporarily laid off some of its workers but work is still ongoing at the facility with the goal of construction finishing in 2021.

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With the Lakeview Town Council at its Tuesday, Jan. 26 meeting approved the proposal from Lake County School District #7 (LCSD#7) for use of the former Sunshine Children’s Center. With the plan approved, LCSD#7 Supt. Michael Carter said the real work begins.