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Decades ago thousands of barrels of highly toxic chemicals were dumped in the Oregon desert, thinking few would notice. After several years the barrels were crushed and buried with no safety liner placed in the ground, allowing everything to mix and potentially spread underground.
After more than a century of enduring harsh high desert weather, one of the historic buildings housed at the Fort Rock Homestead Village was showing its age.
Sage’s Soup and Such opened Sept. 30 with a ribbon cutting at owner Sage Taylor’s bright green food truck in Lakeview. Serving a variety of soups, pasta meals, paninis, dinner specials and cookies, the truck is located behind the Elks Club at 323 N. F St. “Always home made, never frozen,” is…
An informational meeting at the Lakeview OSU Extension Office offered the opportunity for teachers, administrators, parents and students to learn about state-funded outdoor school.
Lake County Sheriff’s Office executed a search warrant Thursday morning on a property north of Lakeview, resulting in what law enforcement believes may be the largest illegal marijuana grow facility seized in the history of Lake County.