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  • STRUCTURE FIRE: Firefighters Knock Down Fire On Crest Forest Drive

    By Michael P. Neufeld Cedarpines Park, CA – A residential structure fire in the 21000 block of Crest Forest Drive in Cedarpines Park was reported just before 12:30 a.m. Thursday. Responding units observed flames coming from the roof of the structure and once on scene safely evacuated the occupants of the structure. THE RESPONSE San Bernardino County Fire, CALFIRE and […]

    STRUCTURE FIRE: Firefighters Knock Down Fire On Crest Forest Drive
  • FAT BIKE CHAMPIONSHIP: Rim Nordic Mountain Bike Park Plays Host

    By Michael P. Neufeld Running Springs, CA – Mountain residents and motorists on Highway 18 are starting to see strange looking mountain bikes with fat tires strapped to racks on top of cars. That’s because on Saturday, December 10, Rim Nordic Mountain Bike Park is playing host to the California State Fat Bike Championship. The tires on fat bikes sport […]

    FAT BIKE CHAMPIONSHIP: Rim Nordic Mountain Bike Park Plays Host
  • HANDBELL CONCERT: Ring In the Holidays December 11

    By W. Edward Clark Lake Arrowhead, CA – A highly-anticipated seasonal tradition, the Chapel Ringers of Lake Arrowhead Community Presbyterian Church return for the 10th Annual Handbell Christmas Concert on Sunday, December 11 at 4 p.m. A SELECTION OF CHRISTMAS FAVORITES Under the direction of Billie Weiss, the free concert presents a selection of seasonal favorites, including “White Christmas,” “It’s […]

    HANDBELL CONCERT: Ring In the Holidays December 11
  • HATE CRIME: Obernolte Bill Will Help Protect Public Safety Officers

    By G. T. Houts Sacramento, CA – Recently, mountain residents and their fellow Americans have witnessed numerous reports of ambush-style shootings of police officers in Dallas, Baton Rouge and other communities. The news reports show how inherently vulnerable those working the beat are to violence. That public safety officials could be picked off while doing little more than monitoring a […]

    HATE CRIME: Obernolte Bill Will Help Protect Public Safety Officers
  • PROPERTY TAXES: First Installment Due By December 12

    By W. Edward Clark San Bernardino, CA – The deadline to pay property taxes is quickly approaching. Mountain residents are reminded that Monday, December 12 is the last day to pay property taxes without a penalty. The first installment should be paid by that date in order to avoid a 10 percent penalty. The second installment must be received by […]

    PROPERTY TAXES: First Installment Due By December 12
  • SAN BERNARDINO NATIONAL FOREST: Fire Restrictions Reduced

    By Michael P. Neufeld San Bernardino, CA – U.S. Forest Service officials have reduced fire restrictions on the San Bernardino National Forest. A press release indicates the changes are effective Friday, December 9. “After a particularly difficult year, I am happy that conditions have moderated enough for us to scale back the fire restrictions,” Forest Supervisor Jody Noiron. “However,” Noiron […]

    SAN BERNARDINO NATIONAL FOREST: Fire Restrictions Reduced
  • SUPERVISORS: Funds Approved To Assist Terrorist Attack Survivors

    By Michael P. Neufeld San Bernardino, CA – A December 2nd Workers’ Comp Claim Expediter Reserve Fund has been established by the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors. The fund — $100,000 — was approved to ensure necessary medical treatments are approved and administered as quickly as possible. BOARD STATEMENT “Some of our employees have told us they are having […]

    SUPERVISORS: Funds Approved To Assist Terrorist Attack Survivors
  • NOVEMBER 8 ELECTION: Final Certified Results

    By Michael P. Neufeld San Bernardino, CA – The final certified results of the November 8 General Presidential Election have been posted by county election officials and the California Secretary of State. CONGRESS – District 8 CONGRESS – District 8 – San Bernardino, Mono and Inyo Counties 997/997 – 100% Precincts Reporting Vote Count Percent DEM – RITA RAMIREZ 83,035 37.7% […]

    NOVEMBER 8 ELECTION: Final Certified Results
  • ALERT: Blue Jay Business Shocked By Utility Scam

    By Michael P. Neufeld Blue Jay, CA – With the holidays approaching, imposters have become more daring and creative in their attempts to deceive utility customers into paying non-existent bills with the threat of immediate service shut-off. A Blue Jay business got shocked this past week by a utility scam to the tune of $900 after being told the firm […]

    ALERT: Blue Jay Business Shocked By Utility Scam
  • PAY HIKE: State Officials And Legislators Gain Four Percent Increase

    By Michael P. Neufeld Sacramento, CA – Governor Jerry Brown, other state elected officials and members of the State Senate and State Assembly will be taking home more money thanks to a four percent pay hike granted by the California Citizens Compensation Commission in June. The increase “technically” makes Governor Brown the second highest paid governor in the United States behind […]

    PAY HIKE: State Officials And Legislators Gain Four Percent Increase

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STRUCTURE FIRE: Firefighters Knock Down Fire On Crest Forest Drive

STRUCTURE FIRE: Firefighters Knock Down Fire On Crest Forest Drive

December 8, 2016 at 3:40 am

By Michael P. Neufeld Cedarpines Park, CA – A residential structure fire in the 21000 block of Crest Forest Drive in Cedarpines Park was reported just before 12:30...

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FAT BIKE CHAMPIONSHIP: Rim Nordic Mountain Bike Park Plays Host

FAT BIKE CHAMPIONSHIP: Rim Nordic Mountain Bike Park Plays Host

December 8, 2016 at 12:03 am

Motorists on Highway 18 are reporting strange looking mountain bikes with fat tires on top of cars. They’re heading to the California State Fat Bike Championships in...

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NOVEMBER 8 ELECTION: Final Certified Results

NOVEMBER 8 ELECTION: Final Certified Results

December 6, 2016 at 12:08 am

By Michael P. Neufeld San Bernardino, CA – The final certified results of the November 8 General Presidential Election have been posted by county election officials...

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HIRE VETS ACT: Congressman Paul Cook's Bill Get Unanimous House Approval

HIRE VETS ACT: Congressman Paul Cook’s Bill Get Unanimous House Approval

November 30, 2016 at 12:07 am

After unanimous approval by the House of Representatives, Congressman Paul Cook’s HIRE Vets Act of 2016 moves on to the U.S. Senate. (Contributed Photo) By Michael P....

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CAR THEFT: Two Suspects In Custody - Three Vehicles Recovered

CAR THEFT: Two Suspects In Custody – Three Vehicles Recovered

November 29, 2016 at 12:05 am

Two suspects are in custody and three stolen vehicles have been recovered by Twin Peaks Sheriff’s deputies. (File Photo) By G. T. Houts Twin Peaks, CA – Two suspects...

 

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SHERIFF'S LOG - Monday, December 5

SHERIFF’S LOG – Monday, December 5

December 6, 2016 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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TASTE OF LAKE ARROWHEAD: Tickets Available At The Door

TASTE OF LAKE ARROWHEAD: Tickets Available At The Door

By Michael P. Neufeld Lake Arrowhead, CA – RB’s Steakhouse will be offering petite tender beef filet served over mushroom fettuccine alfredo, the UCLA Conference Center is serving beef tournado and a special sauce, Pali Mountain presents zephyr ceviche and BIN 189 short rib sliders with Point Reyes blue cheese, grilled onion, avocado, tomato, lettuce and pickles…and these are just […]

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PANHANDLING: Positive Change Not Spare Change Holiday Awareness

PANHANDLING: Positive Change Not Spare Change Holiday Awareness

By Michael P. Neufeld Mountain Communities – A holiday awareness campaign — Positive Change Not Spare Change — has been launched by the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department H.O.P.E. (Homeless Outreach and Positive Enforcement) Team to educate the public about panhandling. “We encourage mountain residents to help those in need this holiday season by giving to service providers,” the H.O.P.E. […]

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