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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.

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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.

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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.

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Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) released its forecast for the spring bear hunting season, with the deadline for people to purchase tags for spring bear being Wednesday, March 31.

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Lakeview High School (LHS) football was unable to overcome some early mistakes and power running by the Bandon High School team on Saturday, March 13, losing 16 – 13.

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One of the most popular events at the Warner Canyon Ski Area in 2020 returns — night skiing — from Friday, March 5, through Sunday, March 7.

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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.