• Sixteen Pounds Of Prescription Drugs Collected At Big Bear Sheriff’s Station

    By G. T. Houts Big Bear Lake, CA – Sixteen pounds of unwanted prescription drugs were collected at the Big Bear Sheriff’s Station during the Ninth Nationwide Prescription Drug Take-Back Day. The station — in partnership with the Drug Enforcement Administration — held the take-back event on Saturday along with other stations in San Bernardino County. Countywide, 977 pounds were collected […]

    Sixteen  Pounds Of Prescription Drugs Collected At Big Bear Sheriff's Station
  • In Your Firehouse – September 30

    By Marc Peebles, Battalion Chief/PIO - San Bernardino County Fire As summer winds down and fall is upon us, we want to remind folks that Santa Ana wind season is right around the corner. This is a good time to do late season clean-up around your homes. Your local County Firefighters are out and about sharing wildland safety information through our […]

    In Your Firehouse - September 30
  • GOOD SAMARITAN: Chris Acuna Helps Save 3-year-old Accident Victim

    By Michael P. Neufeld Crestline, CA – Chris Acuna was on his way up Highway 18 returning from a plumbing job off the hill when he came across a two-vehicle traffic accident on Highway 18 that claimed two lives on Monday. “My younger brother, Chris stopped at the crash scene before emergency personnel arrived on scene at about the 3,000-foot […]

    GOOD SAMARITAN: Chris Acuna Helps Save 3-year-old Accident Victim
  • UPDATE: Highway 18 Crash Victims Identified By Coroner

    By Michael P. Neufeld UPDATE: Monday, September 29 –  8:06 p.m. Mountain Communities – The San Bernardino Coroner has identified the two mountain residents who died in a head-on crash on Highway 18 just after 10 a.m. Monday. The Corner identified the driver of the southbound white 2002 Subaru Forester as Walter Kovacs, 77, from Lake Arrowhead. The driver of […]

    UPDATE: Highway 18 Crash Victims Identified By Coroner
  • UPDATE: Major Accident On Highway 138 Sends Four To Hospital

    By Michael P. Neufeld UPDATE: Tuesday, September 30 – 8:03 a.m. Cajon Pass – A two-vehicle head-on accident on Highway 138, one half mile west of I-15, sent four people to the hospital with serious injuries Monday morning. The incident was reported at 8:51 a.m. and involved a SUV and a pickup truck. One critical patient was flown  to Arrowhead […]

    UPDATE: Major Accident On Highway 138 Sends Four To Hospital
  • Forums To Feature Candidates For Four Big Bear Area Agencies

    By Michael P. Neufeld Big Bear Lake, CA – A unique opportunity to meet candidates for four local non-partisan offices will be offered during a Candidate Forum starting at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, October 1, at the Community Church by the Lake. The “meet the candidates” event — presented by The Lighthouse Project and the Big Bear Chamber of Commerce […]

    Forums To Feature Candidates For Four Big Bear Area Agencies
  • Flashlight Safari Adventures Begin October 4 At The Alpine Zoo. . .After Dark!

    By Michael P Neufeld Big Bear Lake, CA – Every wonder what happens at the Big Bear Alpine Zoo after dark? Grab your flashlight and join the after hours Flashlight Safaris. . .where the real adventures begin. Each Saturday during October (weather permitting) — starting October 4 — the Big Bear Alpine Zoo will open its gates at 6:30 p.m. […]

    Flashlight Safari Adventures Begin October 4 At The Alpine Zoo. . .After Dark!
  • Golf FORE The Kids: Boys & Girls Club Benefit October 3

    By Michael P. Neufeld Lake Arrowhead, CA – You can give kids who participate in the Boys & Girls Club of the Mountain Communities a better shot when you tee it up on Friday, October 3, at the Lake Arrowhead Country Club. The 14th Annual Lake Arrowhead Golf Classic will be FORE the kids and  begins at 10 a.m. The […]

    Golf FORE The Kids: Boys & Girls Club Benefit October 3
  • WALK A MILE IN HER SHOES To Stop Violence Against Women October 4

    By Michael P. Neufeld Lake Arrowhead, CA – The Second Annual WALK A MILE IN HER SHOES, a community march to stop rape, sexual assaults and domestic violence, is designed to raise awareness about the causes, effects and remediations to domestic violence. The walk, presented by DOVES (DOmestic Violence Education & Services), will be staged on Saturday, October 4, in Lake Arrowhead, at the […]

    WALK A MILE IN HER SHOES To Stop Violence Against Women October 4
  • Pup-Peroni Pizza Night Benefits Bear Mountain Dog Rescue

    By Michael P. Neufeld Big Bear Lake,  CA – Tuesday,  September 30, is Pup-Peroni Pizza Night from 4 to 8 p.m. at Village Pizza in Big Bear Lake. And funds raised from the $6 per person tax-deductible contribution will benefit Bear Mountain Dog Rescue. It’s all-you-can-eat pepperoni pizza with children 8 and under eating free. Side dishes and beverages are […]

    Pup-Peroni Pizza Night Benefits Bear Mountain  Dog Rescue

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Sixteen  Pounds Of Prescription Drugs Collected At Big Bear Sheriff's Station

Sixteen Pounds Of Prescription Drugs Collected At Big Bear Sheriff’s Station

September 30, 2014 at 12:03 am

The Big Bear Sheriff’s Station — in partnership with the Drug Enforcement Administration — collected 16 pounds of unwanted prescription drugs during the Ninth Nationwide...

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Flashlight Safari Adventures Begin October 4 At The Alpine Zoo. . .After Dark!

Flashlight Safari Adventures Begin October 4 At The Alpine Zoo. . .After Dark!

September 29, 2014 at 12:02 am

Nobody knows better about what goes on after dark at the Big Bear Alpine Zoo than the owls. But each Saturday during October the Flashlight Safaris will focus on animals that...

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The decision to allow a man serving a life sentence for killing a police officer in 1981 to deliver a college commencement address is drawing criticism, including from the officer's widow. [...]
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An Oklahoma man who could face the death penalty for allegedly beheading a co-worker was suspended from his job after telling someone else whom he later stabbed in an argument that "he didn't like white people," the prosecutor in the case said Tuesday. [...]
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It is "absolutely impossible" President Barack Obama was unaware how powerful the Islamic State (ISIS) had become before it began taking over a large swath of Iraq this summer, says Rep. Michelle Bachmann. [...]
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Celebrate Democracy In America During California Voter Registration Week

Celebrate Democracy In America During California Voter Registration Week

September 22, 2014 at 12:02 am

  By Michael Neufeld San Bernardino, CA – Honor the past, support the future and celebrate democracy in America by registering to vote during California Voter Registration...

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UPDATE: $50,000 Tagged Trout Hides From San Moritz Derby Anglers

UPDATE: $50,000 Tagged Trout Hides From San Moritz Derby Anglers

September 27, 2014 at 4:50 pm

No one caught the $50,000 tagged trout during the San Moritz Fishing Derby but plenty of fish were caught by the 230 entrants. . .many who won raffle prizes ranging from fishing...

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Deputies Need Additional Information About Found Wallet

Deputies Need Additional Information About Found Wallet

September 25, 2014 at 3:20 pm

A Good Samaritan turned in a found wallet earlier this week at the Big Bear Sheriff’s Station. Deputies are in need of additional information as to where the billfold...

 

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SHERIFF'S LOGS - Monday, September 29, 2014

SHERIFF’S LOGS – Monday, September 29, 2014

September 30, 2014 at 12:01 am

Mountain Communities – The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department has released the daily incident reports for the Big Bear Station, City of Big Bear Lake...

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State Senator Mike Morrell Hosts Coffee Klatch In Blue Jay

State Senator Mike Morrell Hosts Coffee Klatch In Blue Jay

By Michael P. Neufeld Blue Jay, CA – “I’m glad to be representing you in Sacramento,” State Senator Mike Morrell (R-Rancho Cucamonga/23) stated during a constituent Coffee Klatch, “but even happier to be back in the district where people are normal.” Morrell’s Coffee Klatch — held at Hot Shots Coffeehouse in Blue Jay on Saturday — allowed the State Senator, […]

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UPDATE: Airport District Accepts Gift Of Three Terminal Building Units

UPDATE: Airport District Accepts Gift Of Three Terminal Building Units

By Michael P. Neufeld UPDATE: Monday, September 29, 7:25 p.m. Big Bear City, CA – It won’t be long now and the entire Big Bear City Airport (L35) Terminal Building will be owned by the Big Bear Airport District. District directors met in special session Monday afternoon and voted unanimously to accept Evergreen Properties donation of their portion of the building. […]

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