• Holiday Advisory: SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING

    By Michael P. Neufeld Mountain Communities – A SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING initiative is once again in place in the mountain communities during the holiday season. It’s a partnership between law enforcement and local residents who are asked to report anything suspicious to authorities. Sheriff John McMahon and the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department are dedicated to contributing to the safety and […]

    Holiday Advisory: SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING
  • BullworX Fitness Hosts Chamber Business Over Breakfast Event

    By Michael P. Neufeld Cedar Glen,  CA – The Business Over Breakfast networking event at BullworX Fitness on Tuesday, December 30, is designed to build relationships, present information on your business or organization and exchange business cards with prospective clients and customers. Come to the 8 a.m. Business Over Breakfast prepared to deliver your 60-second “elevator pitch” and New Year’s […]

    BullworX Fitness Hosts Chamber Business Over Breakfast Event
  • Over 6,000 Volunteer Hours Logged By Crest Forest Seniors

    By Michael P. Neufeld Crestline, CA – Crest Forest Senior Citizens’ Club members donated over 6,000 hours in 2014 doing everything from welcoming guests at club events to working at the organization’s Thrift Shop. They were honored during a special luncheon at the Leisure Shores Senior Center this past week. The event also included the Installation of Officers for 2015. […]

    Over 6,000 Volunteer Hours Logged By Crest Forest Seniors
  • Vacancy On Healthcare District Board To Be Filled By Appointment

    By Michael P. Neufeld Big Bear Lake,  CA – A four-year vacancy on the board of directors of the Bear Valley Community Healthcare District will be filled by appointment following the resignation of Sara Russ, who had just been re-elected to the board. Her resignation was prompted by her family’s relocation to another community. Russ — who had actually submitted […]

    Vacancy On Healthcare District Board To Be Filled By Appointment
  • Local Students Prepare For Winter Break

    By Michael P. Neufeld Mountain Communities – Students in the Bear Valley, Rim of the World Unified School Districts and those attending California State University will soon be observing their winter break. BEAR VALLEY UNIFIED Winter Break in the Bear Valley Unified School District begins on Monday, December 22. The annual holiday break ends with a return to the classroom […]

    Local Students Prepare For Winter Break
  • Applications For San Bernardino County Grand Jury Now Available

    By Michael P. Neufeld San Bernardino, CA – The 2015-2016 San Bernardino County Grand Jury wants 19 volunteers. Volunteers for the Grand Jury are now being accepted, Presiding Superior Court Judge Marsha G. Slough announced in a media advisory. “The recruiting period is open for those citizens interested in serving,” Judge Slough’s release stated. “Successful applicants will serve as Grand Jurors […]

    Applications For San Bernardino County Grand Jury Now Available
  • “Gone With The Wind” Turns 75 – Portions Filmed In Big Bear

    By Michael P. Neufeld Big Bear Lake, CA – “Gone With The Wind” (1939) — with portions filmed in Big Bear — is celebrating its 75th birthday this week having premiered in Atlanta December 15-18,  1939. But what most people may not know is the film actually premiered at Riverside’s Fox Theater on September 9, 1939. THE BIG BEAR SCENES […]

    "Gone With The Wind" Turns 75 - Portions Filmed In Big Bear
  • Comfort Animals And Fleece Blankets Needed By CHP And Deputies

    By Michael P. Neufeld Running Springs, CA – Help console kids impacted by tragedy by donating stuffed animals and fleece blankets. The Running Springs Area Chamber of Commerce and Brian and Jo Ann Borella are collecting comfort stuffed animals and fleece blankets for the California Highway Patrol and San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department between now and Tuesday, December 23. The donated […]

    Comfort Animals And Fleece Blankets Needed By CHP And Deputies
  • 32 Youngsters Shop With A Cop at K-Mart

    By Michael P. Neufeld Big Bear Lake, CA – Santa visits were almost secondary as 32 local youngsters joined with law enforcement officials in the Third Annual Shop With A Cop program at the Big Bear Lake K-Mart. The young people were treated to a $100 shopping spree with their law enforcement partner(s) keeping track of the shopping budget provided […]

    32 Youngsters Shop With A Cop at K-Mart
  • Contributions Boost Hearts & Lives’ Community Outreach Programs

    By Michael P. Neufeld Crestline, CA – Two of Hearts & Lives’ community outreach programs — Food Stabilization and its Budgeting class —  and have received a boost thanks to the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians and Natural Median. FOOD STABILIZATION PROGRAM The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians presented Hearts & Lives with a $15,000 grant to support […]

    Contributions Boost Hearts & Lives' Community Outreach Programs

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Holiday Advisory: SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING

Holiday Advisory: SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING

December 20, 2014 at 12:03 am

Local law enforcement officers want this holiday season to be happy and safe. Mountain residents are urged to join the SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING initiative. (File Photo) By...

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UPDATE: Toast The New Year At Historic San Moritz Lodge

UPDATE: Toast The New Year At Historic San Moritz Lodge

December 16, 2014 at 12:04 am

By Michael P. Neufeld Crestline, CA -On the biggest party night of the year, you can say Good-bye 2014 and Hello 2015 at the historic San Moritz Lodge in Crestline. A spectacular...

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Former Assemblyman Tim Donnelly Declines State Senate Run

Former Assemblyman Tim Donnelly Declines State Senate Run

December 17, 2014 at 12:03 am

Former Assemblyman Tim Donnelly has decided against a run for the 21st State Senate seat being vacated by newly elected Congressman Steve Knight (R-Palmdale/21). (Contributed...

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BullworX Fitness Hosts Chamber Business Over Breakfast Event

BullworX Fitness Hosts Chamber Business Over Breakfast Event

December 20, 2014 at 12:02 am

Running in place is great when you’re on the treadmill at BullworX Fitness. But, if you’re tired of your business or organization “running in place”...

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UPDATE: Preliminary Hearing Confirmed For Crestline Murder Suspect

UPDATE: Preliminary Hearing Confirmed For Crestline Murder Suspect

December 16, 2014 at 12:02 am

Steve Michael Baumgartner, 53 — who is accused of the murder of Michael Paul Clark in Crestline on June 30 — heads back to court for a preliminary hearing on December...

 

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SHERIFF'S LOG - Friday, December 19, 2014

SHERIFF’S LOG – Friday, December 19, 2014

December 20, 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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Rocks On Highway 18 Close The Narrows (UPDATE: Highway 18 Open)

Rocks On Highway 18 Close The Narrows (UPDATE: Highway 18 Open)

By Michael P. Neufeld UPDATE: Thursday, December 18 – 6:15 a.m. Crestline, CA – Caltrans crews have removed the rocks from Highway 18 and “The Narrows” between Lake Gregory Drive and Highway 138 has reopened.   ORIGINAL STORY Crestline, CA – A rock slide reported just before midnight Wednesday closed Highway 18 through The Narrows in the Crestline area. A […]

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Former Assemblyman Tim Donnelly Declines State Senate Run

Former Assemblyman Tim Donnelly Declines State Senate Run

By Michael P. Neufeld Twin Peaks, CA – Former Assemblyman Tim Donnelly (R-Twin Peaks) has issued the following statement regarding a possible run for the 21st State Senate seat being vacated by newly elected Congressman Ted Knight (R-Palmdale): “After a great deal of soul-searching, prayer and conversation with family, friends and potential constituents, I have decided that I will not […]

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