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When Barb Hartnell thought up of the idea of doing a 50/50 raffle and donating a compound bow package to an area youth, she did not know that the idea would take off and become a brand new non-profit. But with the support from the community it has taken off and is now becoming a new non-prof…

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Snowmobilers in the Lakeview area will be able to enjoy freshly groomed trails on the new Piston Bully SnoCat that the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department along with the Oregon State Snowmobile Association (OSSA) bought for the Hi Desert Stormtroopers — a local snowmobile club.

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New lights at the Lakeview High School (LHS) football field will not only make everything look brighter, but will also save the school district money as Dynamic Energy Solutions worked on installing the last light and ending the first phase of a two phase project to replace all lights in the…

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Even though COVID canceled most of their work parties for the year, the Oregon Timber Trail Alliance was able to get one work party in this year in Lake County near where the Watson Creek Fire burned through in 2018.

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Lake County has a new adventure map for residents and tourists to explore the area, all part of a Lake County Trails Committee, Travel Oregon and Travel Southern Oregon pilot project.

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Lakeview High School (LHS) softball team won its final two games against Sisters High School on Saturday, Oct. 10, completing the fall season.

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Big Horn sheep tags are extremely rare. Generally only a couple are drawn each year, and many people who have been entering their names for decades have never gotten a tag. Thus, a Big Horn hunt is regarded as the experience of a lifetime. Two women with Lakeview ties were the winners of thi…

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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…

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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.

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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.

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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.