The official newspaper of record for Lake County, Oregon since 1880
After taking a year off due to COVID restrictions the popular Lake District Hospital Auxiliary Holiday Fair will be returning for in-person fun and shopping on Friday, Dec. 3 and Saturday, Dec. 4, at the Lake County Fairgrounds; people who are interested in being a vendor have until Monday, Nov. 1 to secure their spot.
After a little more than a decade with the Lake County Crisis Center, Gloria Stringer has announced she is retiring from her position as executive director and looking forward to spending more time with her family. The Crisis Center Board is in the process of filling the position.
Town of Lakeview Planning Commission at its meeting on Monday, Oct. 11 approved the application from Dollar Tree to build a 10,500 square foot Dollar Tree/Family Dollar combo store in Lakeview.
A lengthy hearing related to Blue Marmot’s request for a Goal 3 exception on its conditional use permit application was held Wednesday, Oct. 6 by the Lake County Board of Commissioners.
Voters in Lakeview and southern Lake County will have their first chance to meet Kerry McQuisten — one of candidates running to replace outgoing Oregon Gov. Kate Brown — on Tuesday, Oct. 19 at the Lakeview Elks Lodge beginning at 6 p.m.
Lakeview High School (LHS) volleyball finished off its regular season last week with three wins in a row, putting them into first place as they wait to see where they will end up as the other teams in the league finish out their seasons.
Lakeview High School (LHS) boys soccer had a rough outing against St. Mary’s on Saturday, Oct. 9, losing 10-6.
Lakeview High School (LHS) football hosted its first home game of the season on Friday, Oct. 1 losing to Sutherlin in the final moments of the game 30-27.
Lakeview High School (LHS) girls soccer rebounded against La Pine on Wednesday, Sept. 15, winning 4-2.
Children attending Lakeview Head Start have a brand new playground to enjoy following a great deal of planning and work. A ribbon cutting ceremony for the new space was held Thursday, Oct. 7.
After getting a late start to American Red Cross blood drives last school year the students of the National Honor Society at Lakeview High School (LHS) are looking forward to a full year of blood drives in Lakeview while also earning a scholarship for a student at LHS.
Adel School’s all-female class enjoyed a trip to the Lake County Airport on Monday, Sept. 27 and got to hear about aviation firsthand from airplane and helicopter pilots. Local pilot Bruce Webbon helped coordinate the field trip and Adel School Teacher Stacey Martin said all of the students …
After a little over eight years Joel and Kimberlee Morris are leaving the Outback of Assembly of God Church in Lakeview to go to the Sandy Assembly of God Church in Sandy. Their last service in Lakeview will be Sunday, Oct. 17 at 10:30 a.m. with a potluck afterward.