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As of Monday, July 6, the Lake County Examiner has a new managing editor. Danielle Jester has joined the newspaper from the Herald and News in Klamath Falls, where she worked as a staff reporter and interim associate editor.

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Lake County School District #7 Supt. Will Cahill oversaw his last LCSD#7 Board meeting on Wednesday, June 24, before incoming Supt. Michael Carter officially begins on Wednesday, July 1.

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Lakeview Town swimming pool will open on Thursday, July 2, with pool managers excited about the upcoming year, even with all the uncertainty around it.

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Lakeview Community Partnership (LCP) was awarded a $71,753 grant from the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department through the State Historic Preservation Office to go towards restoring the Alger Theater.

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Lake Health District has welcomed its first OB/GYN to practice at the Lake District Hospital, Dr. Duong Than, MD.

Even though part of its project has been remanded back to the County by the Land Use Board of Appeals (LUBA), Obsidian Renewables is confident about the entirety of its project as it goes before the Oregon Department of Energy at a public comment meeting scheduled for Tuesday, June 23, at th…

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Ted Vaughn has always wanted to be a Oregon State Police (OSP) Trooper, and he is living his dream as the newest trooper in the Lakeview office.

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After getting complaints about the rezoning of Lakeview Lockers to multi-family in an effort to make it in permanent supportive housing for the chronically homeless the Lakeview Town Council voted on Tuesday, June 9, to remand the project back to the Planning Commission at a meeting at Memor…

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On Tuesday, June 9, a small march was held in Lakeview to remember the life of George Floyd and to help heal the division that is appearing across the United States.

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Lakeview Town Council voted on Monday, June 15, 3-2, to open the Town pool for the summer after two meetings with the final opening date of Wednesday, July 1, though it could open the weekend of Friday, June 26, at the earliest. Councilors Scott Langum and Sandy Wenzel voted against.