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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.
There are two distinct stories for the continuing success of Labor Day weekend in Lakeview. On one hand it takes continued determination by local ranchers, farmers, business owners and managers as well as local professional folks to continue year after year with volunteer hours, sweat, sacri…
Members of the Lions and Soroptomist clubs were invited to Camp Cottonwood for an appreciation barbecue and tour on Saturday, July 10. The two organizations gave funds to the Camp for renovation projects. Two camper cabins, and the cabin known as the Nurse’s or Administration Cabin, were und…
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.
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.