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Christmas 4 Kids received a $4,750 from Lakeview Rotary on Wednesday, July 21. Proceeds for the organization were raised through ticket sales for Lakeview Rotary’s annual Wild Goose Chase fundraiser, which this year was held as a drawing.
After 80-plus years, the Alger Theater is still full of surprises as work is just days away from commencing to take down the reader board and Alger Theater letters from the front of the building. A crew will arrive Tuesday, Aug. 3 to set up, and the Alger letters and reader board will be tak…
New Daly Middle/Lakeview High School (LHS) Prin. Hillary Hulseman gave her first report to the Lake County School District #7 (LCSD) Board at its meeting on Wednesday, July 21.
Two weeks since it began burning on the Fremont-Winema National Forest, the Bootleg Fire was closing in on 400,000 acres as of Tuesday morning, July 20. Some of this acreage came from the Log Fire, which was burning eight miles southwest of Summer Lake, and has now merged with the Bootleg Fire.
Brad Cain took over as superintendent of Warner Creek Correctional Facility in June, and while he’ll only be occupying the position for about six months, he believes a lot can be done in that time.
Wrestlers from 40 teams competed at the Oregon State Wrestling Tournament held in Sweet Home on Friday, June 25 and Saturday, June 26. Lakeview High School wrestler Morgan Ludwig claimed the state champion title in the 182 weight class in the 1A/2A division.
Lakeview High School (LHS) girls varsity basketball completed their season this past week in the 2A basketball playoffs, finishing sixth overall.
After a sluggish start to the season, the Lakeview High School (LHS) boys basketball team has won three games in a row and is now entering a tough part of their schedule.
North Lake Cowgirls Volleyball team ended their short 2021 season with some big accomplishments and a fighting spirit. The Cowgirls competed in the 1A-5 Mountain Valley League District meet on Friday, April 2.
Kirk Williams of Klamath Falls presented to the Lakeview Town Council at its meeting on Tuesday, July 13, about the possibility of the American Historic Racing Motorcycle Association (AHRMA) having an event in Lakeview in 2022.
Oregon Chapter of the International Dark Sky Association (IDA) has issued its report of the dark sky quality from monitoring stations across Oregon, with two of the darkest locations in the entire state currently being in Lake County.
People who are interested in learning more about the seldom seen places in the land of the lakes are encouraged to pick up a copy of the 2021 Journal of the Shaw Historical Library — now available at the Lake County Museum and online.
With the passing of her service dog, Remi, due to complications of lumbar-sacral syndrome, Lakeview resident Saylor Antle and her family are looking at purchasing a new service dog. A GoFundMe campaign and a raffle have been started.