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Lake County Sheriff’s Office executed a search warrant Thursday morning on a property north of Lakeview, resulting in what law enforcement believes may be the largest illegal marijuana grow facility seized in the history of Lake County.
As of 7 a.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 7, not much has changed in the preliminary polls.
Polls have closed. As of Tuesday, Nov. 6 at 8 p.m. in Lake County,
On Sunday, Aug. 19, the South Central Oregon Fire Management Partnership (SCOFMP) put together a public meeting at the Community Center in Paisley to discuss the on-going Watson Creek Fire.
Update 11:58 p.m.: The second round of votes didn’t change the story in the May primary election. Mark Albertson stretched his lead against incumbent Ken Kestner in the Position 3 race, carrying 58 of the vote to Kestner’s 42 percent. In the Position 2 race, James Williams passed Bruce Webbo…
High-tension lines drooped down low enough for Lakeview Police and Lakeview Fire Departments to shut down South 9th from Birch to Roberta Road and South 3rd from Roberta to about P Street. It isn’t expected that the downed power lines wouldn’t affect Pacific Power customers.
Unofficial county election results are in and the Lake County Commissioners race it is too close to call, with the final numbers coming in with a difference of two votes. Incumbent Brad Winters brought in 1,607 votes while challenger Bruce Webbon took 1,605 votes. There were 19 write-in vote…
According to an Oregon State Police Department report, an accident involving two logging trucks on Hwy 140 east of Lakeview has claimed the life of one Lakeview local.
According to the USFS, the Withers Fire northwest of Paisley has grown as of this morning to 2,000 acres. The fire is one mile north of Paisley along Hwy 31, one of four started yesterday. The Withers Fire is at this time 0% contained.