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Tragedy struck at Hunters Hot Springs on Friday, Dec. 6, as a four-year old youth nearly drowned at the popular hot springs pools on the northern end of Lakeview.

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It is difficult to imagine a Fourth of July celebration without fireworks, but in Christmas Valley the generally ample shows that crowds have come to expect may become more subdued next year if funding is not secured by January.

Raising children can be a difficult and daunting task, but an organization called Community Uplift in Douglas, Klamath, and Lake Counties is helping expecting parents, and those with young kids, find the resources they need.

Started in 2016 by Junior Gabriel, Christmas for Kids held at the Lake County Fairgrounds on Saturday, Dec. 14 from 4 -7 p.m., has become an extremely popular event to both celebrate the season and support a local cause.


For over 25 years the Lake County Community Christmas Chorus has been traveling to Paisley to share “The Gift of Christmas” in song and narration with the northern half of Lake County.


After the Town of Lakeview Christmas tree was officially lit on Sunday, Dec. 1 at an annual holiday celebration, it was time to begin another cherished Christmas-related activity at the yearly Festival of Trees -- this year held at the former KBE building next to the Alger Theater.


Lakeview Town Council officially swore-in its new Town manager and considered a street closure proposal and a wildlife feeding ordinance, at its Tuesday, Nov. 26, public meeting.

It has been a busy year for Lakeview Public Works Department to both keep up with needed maintenance and upgrade infrastructure, but according to Public Works Director Jeff Marshall heading into the end of the year things are overall on track.