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Christmas Valley to get Dollar General

A Dollar General store is in the works for Christmas Valley as the Lake County Planning Department processes the final permits needed for the project. As of press time, the company had not responded to the question of when construction will begin. This will be the second Dollar General store...
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Deadly rabbit disease spreads to wild

CHRISTMAS VALLEY, Ore. — A wild, black-tailed jackrabbit collected near Christmas Valley, Ore., has tested positive for Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus 2, or RHDV2, raising concern among state wildlife officials trying to curb the disease's spread. While not harmful to humans, RHDV2 is highly contagious and deadly to rabbits and...
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Christmas Valley fireworks a go

Christmas Valley will have a fireworks show this year and North Lake Community Fireworks has begun raising money for the area’s 2022 fireworks. Erica Anderson, secretary/treasurer for North Lake Community Fireworks, said that a raffle held in spring in conjunction with the Desert Aces Motorcycle Club’s poker run raised $560 to be put toward the 2022 Christmas Valley fireworks display.
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Obituary: Charissa Dianne Kucera

Charissa Kucera, 60, passed away suddenly on Tuesday, May 18, 2021. Charissa Dianne Kucera was a strong woman who lived a life of adventure. Born in Seattle, Wash. on Jan. 19, 1961 to Paul and Carole Claassen, she was the youngest daughter and third sibling in a family of four children.
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Christmas Valley library book donations exceed expectations

LAKEVIEW—The Christmas Valley Branch Library received a total of $1,234.25 in donations to the Book Budget in March, surpassing a $500 match challenge issued by local private donors through the We Can Foundation, according to a Lake County Libraries news release. Including the match, donors raised $1,734 to benefit the...
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The Naturalist's Eye: Exploring the beauty of eastern Oregon at Fort Rock

Walking through a misty moss-covered forest feels as comfortable to me as relaxing with a good book in my favorite chair at home. Having lived my entire life on the west side of the Cascades, I feel a deep familiarity with nature as it expresses itself in moist verdancy. But now and then I long for the stark beauty and openness of Oregon’s desert country. Without lush growth cloaking this arid landscape, its unique geology is plainly visible. The land of little rain can hide no secrets: a treeless habitat allows observers to witness the intimate details in the lives of desert creatures. A trip to Fort Rock State Natural Area provides visitors with a wonderful opportunity to experience the unadorned yet alluring beauty of eastern Oregon.
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Outback observation: North Lake adventures

As the calendar changes and the weather turns ever more to summer, the lack of water in many of the lakes and reservoirs across the County and the region will become ever more dire. A couple of weekends ago I took a drive to the northern part of the County...
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Yoga, Bend Ecstatic Dance at Summer Lake Hot Springs

There is still time to register for the Bend Ecstatic Dance and kirtan event at the Summer Lake Hot Springs from Tuesday, May 18, through Thursday, May 20. The three-day event costs $40 — low income tickets are available for $30 — and does not include the Summer Lake Hot Springs daily camping fee of $25. There is dry camping available for RVs and tents. Pre-registration is required before people arrive for the event. The gathering is sponsored by the Bend-based nonprofit savingganesh.org which is an organization working to build a connected community to help save the elephants of Asia.
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Coyote Prescribed Fire begins – Silver Lake Area

Silver Lake, ORE. – The Silver Lake District, USFS, has started prescribed firing operations on the Coyote Prescribed Fire. Prescribed fires are only conducted as weather conditions and resources allow. The Coyote prescribed fire activities will focus on burning in the Silver Lake area. Although today’s work is expected to...
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Coyote RX fire begins

SILVER LAKE, Ore. - The Silver Lake District, USFS, has started prescribed firing operations on the Coyote Prescribed Fire. Prescribed fires are only conducted as weather conditions and resources allow. The Coyote prescribed fire activities will focus on burning in the Silver Lake area. Although today’s work is expected to...
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Prescribed burns begin near Chiloquin, Silver Lake

A prescribed burn, called the North 2, was touched off at noon Tuesday near Chiloquin. It burned about 96 acres on Tuesday, according to fire officials. The goal of the project is to treat up to 4,000 acres over the course of three to five days, using a helicopter to conduct aerial ignitions if the conditions permit.
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Fort Rock museum open to visitors

People who wish to learn more about the history of the early European settlers in the Fort Rock area will now be able to do so as the Fort Rock Homestead Museum has opened for the season; the museum will be open through Oct. 3. The museum was founded in...
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Bake sale to support Christmas Valley organizations

Commune 222 and the Van Horn Foundation are holding a bake sale beginning at 12 p.m. in Christmas Valley on Saturday, May 15. The bake sale will be held in the lot next to the Chevron gas station along the Christmas Valley Highway. This is the spot that the organization and its volunteers go to when they hand out hot meals through their restoring by serving organization.
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PLAYA offers textile mending workshop

PLAYA Summer Lake is holding a course outside of its regular programming; the free textile mending fair will take place Saturday, June 5, at the PLAYA Summer Lake campus. People will need to pre-register online. The artist colony is known for exploring the intersection of art and science in the...
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