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The need for an independent news source in town? Preview of tonight’s city workshop

Mar 09, 2009 No Comments Print

Newspapers across America are bathing in red ink, but journalism survives and has the opportunity to thrive through this new medium.

Meanwhile, tonight is Lakeside’s second city council workshop of 2009. The clan will grapple with the new reality of a news source in town and how to handle the free speech rights of one of its outspoken council members.

Since the last council meeting, the mayor has delivered more money to the city attorney to establish the fact is not part of the city’s operations.Click headline for workshop preview…

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History of Lakeside Oregon

Jun 20, 2008 No Comments Print

TENMILE LAKES STATISTICS…………..      Tenmile Lakes have 43 miles of shoreline and covers 1,938.2 acres. The land that forms our coastal basin drainage area covers aproximately 75 square miles.  Ten tributaries flow into the lake at the end of eight arms. Water levels range from summer lows of 5 feet above mean sea level […]

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