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Lake County’s 2021 Round-Up Court was crowned toward the end of Sunday night’s PRCA Rodeo. Briana Church was crowned the 2021 Round-Up queen, and Samantha Hopper took the 2021 Round-Up Princess title. Todd Muller, who served as the 2020 Round-Up President, will serve a second term as preside…
North Lake High School 2020 graduate Jillian Rudolf, who competed in volleyball, basketball and track and field, was one of six scholar athletes in Oregon who was awarded a $3,000 scholarship from the Oregon Sports Hall of Fame, and the only one from eastern Oregon.
Family and friends recently gathered in Paisley for dedication of the city basketball court to Bob and Bobby Carlon, in recognition of their years of community service. A plaque was placed on the fence of the outdoor court which was paved by Bobby and his son Joe.
Paisley Adventure is now open to provide bicycle maintenance, repairs and rentals to both locals and visitors to the area. Paisley resident Mike Norris said bicycling bicycle repair has been his hobby for years, and he is happy to be turning it into more of a business.
There are only a few more weeks to swim at the Lakeview Town Pool, as its final day will be Saturday, Sept. 5, from 12 – 5 p.m.
Craig Delarm, owner of Fletch-N-Strings Archery in Paisley, saw a need to reach archers across Lake County and the region, so he developed and worked on turning a horse trailer into a mobile shop.
Members of the Lake County Fair Board, the Round-up Association, the Market Sales committee, 4-H and FFA met in a special session on Monday, May 11, to discuss the recent recommendations from the Governor’s office about the potential for no mass gatherings through September. While agreeing t…
Lakeview High School senior Alyson Yates is finishing up nine years of being in 4-H, including a stint at the National Congress and as State Ambassador, with the goal of working in the 4-H program after college at an extension office.
Craig Delarm, owner of Fletch-N-Strings in Paisley, started in late 2019 a Scholastic 3-D Archery (S3DA) team made up of two kids from Paisley and four from Lakeview; they have competed in two events before all events were suspended because of COVID-19.