• 3.1 Minor Quake Felt In Running Springs

    By Michael P. Neufeld Running Springs, CA – The U. S. Geological Survey reports a 3.1 minor earthquake hit 6 miles (10km) north east of Running Springs early Saturday morning. No damage reports were received from the quake that registered at 4:07:36 a.m. at the epicenter. The epicenter was 9 miles (14km) east north east of Lake Arrowhead.   (119)

    3.1 Minor Quake Felt In Running Springs
  • Mountain Residents Urged To Get Out And Vote

    By Michael P. Neufeld Mountain Communities – In  an  effort to increase voter turnout for the November 4 Statewide General Election, San Bernardino County Registrar of Voters Michael J. Scarpello if offering early voting  at the Elections Office at 777 East Rialto Avenue in San Bernardino. The early voting will  continue through Election Day, Tuesday, November 4. Normal business hours for the […]

    Mountain Residents Urged To Get Out And Vote
  • Join The Snow Valley Team During November 1 Job Fair

    By Michael P. Neufeld Running Springs, CA – It’s won’t be long now and the slopes at Snow Valley Mountain Resort will be alive with skiers and snowboarders enjoying the winter wonderland. To gear up for the 2014-2015 winter season, Snow Valley is looking for Team Members to fill a wide variety of guest services positions. Snow Valley’s Annual Job […]

    Join The Snow Valley Team During November 1 Job Fair
  • Goodwin’s Sponsors Annual Halloween Costume Contest October 25

    By Michael P. Neufeld Crestline, CA –  The Goodwin’s Market Annual Halloween  Costume Contest begins at 3 p.m. on  Saturday, October 25. It will be followed by a Pat Parade at 3:45 p.m. with prizes provided by Head Top Tail Pet Groomers. There will be two grand prize winners in the Costume Contest,” Goodwin’s spokesperson Mike Johnstone told ROTWNEWS.com. “A […]

    Goodwin's Sponsors Annual Halloween Costume Contest October 25
  • Coffee Chats With School Superintendent Donna Kellogg Start October 29

    By Michael P. Neufeld Blue Jay, CA – Rim of the World Unified School Superintendent Donna Kellogg would like to have a word with you! To facilitate opening the lines of communication, Kellogg is holding a series of casual conversations over coffee. The Coffee Chats — which begin Wednesday, October 29, at Hot Shots in Blue Jay at 7 a.m. — […]

    Coffee Chats With School Superintendent Donna Kellogg Start October 29
  • Discounts Ahead: Veterans ID Sign-Up Coming To Crestline October 28

    By Michael P. Neufeld Crestline, CA -Though the San Bernardino County Veteran-Friendly Business Discount Program can never fully acknowledge or thank the 1,300-plus Veterans residing in the mountain communities for their service and sacrifices made to protect our country, it is one small measure to demonstrate the appreciation for that service. On Tuesday, October 28, the San Bernardino County Department of […]

    Discounts Ahead: Veterans ID Sign-Up Coming To Crestline October 28
  • UPDATE: Coroner Identifies Pilot Of Plane That Crashed Near Fawnskin

    By Michael P. Neufeld UPDATE: Thursday, October 23 – 3:23 p.m. San Bernardino, CA –  The San Bernardino County Sheriff-Coroner has identified the pilot of the Sonex single-engine fixed-wing plane that crashed in the Grout Bay area of Fawnskin on Monday (October 20) as Walter “Clare” Lutton, 60, of Columbus, Ohio. “We received confirmation this afternoon on the ID of the […]

    UPDATE: Coroner Identifies Pilot Of Plane That Crashed Near Fawnskin
  • Blood Donors To Give Gift Of Life At Mountains Community Hospital

    By Michael P. Neufeld Lake Arrowhead, CA – You don’t have to be a doctor or a nurse to give the gift of life. Just donate blood on Monday, October 27, at Mountains Community Hospital in Lake Arrowhead. It’s safe. It’s simple. And, it saves lives. Donating blood will take about an hour, yet gives someone a lifetime. Mountains Community Hospital […]

    Blood Donors To Give Gift Of Life At Mountains Community Hospital
  • Soroptimist’s To Plant Daffodil Bulbs At Two Fire Stations

    By Michael P. Neufeld Lake Arrowhead, CA – In Victorian times, daffodils represented chivalry. Today daffodils represent hope. The Soroptimist International Rim of the World (SIROW) will be planting daffodil bulbs at two San Bernardino County Fire Stations as part of their effort to create a “Mountain of a Million Daffodils.” The planting — scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. […]

    Soroptimist's To Plant Daffodil Bulbs At Two Fire Stations
  • Free Chipper Days Helps Residents Dispose Of Ladder Fuels October 25-26

    By Michael P. Neufeld Crestline, CA – FREE Chipper Days (October 25-26) are coming to Crestline to help local residents and property owners reduce fire hazards in the form of slash and ladder fuels (branches, etc.). The Crest Forest Chapter of the Mountain Rim Fire Safe Council urges homeowners to make their property more fire safe and improve the defensible […]

    Free Chipper Days Helps Residents Dispose Of Ladder Fuels October 25-26

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3.1 Minor Quake Felt In Running Springs

3.1 Minor Quake Felt In Running Springs

October 25, 2014 at 7:53 am

The USGS recorded a minor earthquake shortly after 4 a.m. October 25 near Running Springs. (File Photo) By Michael P. Neufeld Running Springs, CA – The U. S. Geological...

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Coffee Chats With School Superintendent Donna Kellogg Start October 29

Coffee Chats With School Superintendent Donna Kellogg Start October 29

October 24, 2014 at 12:02 am

By Michael P. Neufeld Blue Jay, CA – Rim of the World Unified School Superintendent Donna Kellogg would like to have a word with you! To facilitate opening the lines...

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Congressman Paul Cook Calls For Travel Ban From Ebola-Stricken Nations

Congressman Paul Cook Calls For Travel Ban From Ebola-Stricken Nations

October 18, 2014 at 12:02 am

Congressman Paul Cook (R-Apple Valley/8), who represents the mountain communities, has called for a travel ban from Ebola-stricken nations. (Contributed photo) By Michael...

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Join The Snow Valley Team During November 1 Job Fair

Join The Snow Valley Team During November 1 Job Fair

October 25, 2014 at 12:02 am

Winter weather is just ahead with the slopes at Snow Valley Mountain Resort bustling with skiers and snowboarders. That’s why the November 1 Job Fair at Snow Valley...

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UPDATE: Bicycle Stalking Suspect Arrested In Sugarloaf

UPDATE: Bicycle Stalking Suspect Arrested In Sugarloaf

October 23, 2014 at 2:56 pm

Deputies have made an arrest following an incident near Big Bear High School Thursday afternoon that involved a female student and a Hispanic male on a bicycle who allegedly...

 

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SHERIFF'S LOGS - Friday, October 24, 2014

SHERIFF’S LOGS – Friday, October 24, 2014

October 25, 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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UPDATE: Bicycle Stalking Suspect Arrested In Sugarloaf

UPDATE: Bicycle Stalking Suspect Arrested In Sugarloaf

By G. T. Houts UPDATE: Friday, October 24 – 2:40 p.m. Sugarloaf,  CA – A 59-year-old Sugarloaf man– identified by the Big Bear Sheriff’s Office at Nelson Nadar — is in custody charged with felony stalking related to an incident involving a 16-year-old Big Bear High School female student on Thursday afternoon . During the course of a follow-up investigation, […]

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Girls Scouts Hosting Community Preparedness Fair October 25

Girls Scouts Hosting Community Preparedness Fair October 25

By Michael P. Neufeld Bluer Jay, CA – BE PREPARED is the Girls Scout motto. They realize that life is full of unpredictable events and situations and they urge mountain residents to take steps to prepare for them. That’s why, on Saturday, October 25, Girl Scout Troop 1186 is holding a Community Preparedness Fair from  10 a.m. to 3 p.m. […]

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