• 2002 COLD CASE: Brenda Sierra Murder Suspect In Custody (UPDATE)

    By G. T. Houts UPDATE: Thursday, March 5 – 3:25 a.m. Monterey Park, CA – The Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department indicates that the 27-year-old Lancaster woman — Rosemary Chavira — arraigned on a single count of murder in the death Brenda Sierra was a onetime friend. Homicide Detective Dave Coleman told Tuesday’s press conference, “She actually was a friend of […]

    2002 COLD CASE: Brenda Sierra Murder Suspect In Custody (UPDATE)
  • Caltrans Basem Muallem Announces Retirement

    By Michael P. Neufeld San Bernardino, CA – The driving force behind the upcoming installation of the thrie-beam barrier on Highway 18 to help prevent crossover accidents — Basem Muallem — has announced his retirement from Caltrans after 32 years of service. The retirement is effective in about 30 days. Muallem who has been responsible for 7,200 lane miles of […]

    Caltrans Basem Muallem Announces Retirement
  • Mental Health Court Screening For 32-Year-Old Attempted Murder Suspect

    By G. T. Houts San Bernardino, CA - 32-year-old Crestline attempted murder suspect — Kyle Allen Thompson – who is being held on $1 million bail will be screened for mental health court following a disposition/reset hearing in Superior Court. The hearing — before Judge R. Glenn Yabuno — was held Wednesday morning, March 4, in  Department S-17. It has been rescheduled […]

    Mental Health Court Screening For 32-Year-Old Attempted Murder Suspect
  • “History & Legends Of Cajon Pass” Free Presentation March 15

     By Michael P. Neufeld Crestline, CA - American Indians, explorers, trappers, loggers, settlers, land speculators, rail passengers, the military, citrus growers and early motorists have all passed through the Cajon Pass on their way to or from the desert, making it an important gateway in Southern California. according to historian Nick Cataldo. On Sunday, March 15, Cataldo will offer a free […]

    "History & Legends Of Cajon Pass" Free Presentation March 15
  • Daylight Saving Time Begins March 8 – Spring Forward

    Mountain Communities – Time in the mountain communities springs forward one hour on Sunday, March 8.During Daylight Saving Time, clocks are turned forward an hour, effectively moving an hour of daylight from the morning to the evening. Local fire agencies encourage residents to not forget to change batteries in their smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors at the same time […]

    Daylight Saving Time Begins March 8 - Spring Forward
  • UPDATE: Dedication Of Habitat For Humanity House Now March 8

    By Michael P. Neufeld UPDATE: Friday, February 27 -11:08 a.m. Erwin Lake, CA – A weather related delay for the dedication of Habitat For Humanity house #6 has been announced. The dedication has been moved one week to Sunday, March 8, at 2 p.m. at 808 Cypress Lane in Erwin Lake.   ORIGINAL STORY Erwin Lake, CA – For Tina Wade and […]

    UPDATE: Dedication Of Habitat For Humanity House Now March 8
  • UPDATE: Timetable For Highway 18 Thrie-Beam Barrier Installation Revealed

    By Michael P. Neufeld UPDATE: Wednesday, March 4 – 9:30 a,m. Crestline, CA – “We don’t want one more fatality,” Caltrans District 8 Director Basem Muallem told the Crest Forest Municipal Advisory Council, “so that’s why we’ve expedited the thrie-beam barrier project on Highway 18 and hope to have it completed by about August 1.” Muallem, who also announced he […]

    UPDATE: Timetable For Highway 18 Thrie-Beam Barrier Installation Revealed
  • UPDATE: State Librarian Greg Lucas Visits Crestline Library

    By Michael P. Neufeld UPDATE: Tuesday, March 3 -  Crestline, CA –  ”This is what modern libraries are all about,” California State Librarian Greg Lucas told ROTWNEWS.com during a visit to the Crestline Library. “A place people feel comfortable visiting.” Lucas took in the view from the front deck of the library overlooking Lake Gregory, visited the Friends of the […]

    UPDATE: State Librarian Greg Lucas Visits Crestline Library
  • Sheriff’s Department Submits OHV Grant Application: Comments Sought

    By Michael P. Neufeld San Bernardino, CA – Comments are being sought on the Sheriff’s Department’s latest OHV grant application related to enhancing conventional patrolling methods in the mountain  and desert communities. The Sheriff’s Department has submitted a preliminary grant application to the California State Parks Department Off Highway Motor Vehicle grant program. The application requests funding for law enforcement […]

    Sheriff's Department Submits OHV Grant Application: Comments Sought
  • Special Olympics Polar Plunge: Freezin’ For A Reason March 7

    By W. Edward Clark Big Bear Lake, CA – The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Big Bear Station invites you to take the plunge at the 4th Annual Big Bear Lake Polar Plunge on Saturday, March 7, at noon. Jumpers will be “freezin’ for a reason.” The event takes place at Swim Beach, located at 41218 Park Avenue in Big […]

    Special Olympics Polar Plunge: Freezin' For A Reason March 7

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2002 COLD CASE: Brenda Sierra Murder Suspect In Custody (UPDATE)

2002 COLD CASE: Brenda Sierra Murder Suspect In Custody (UPDATE)

March 5, 2015 at 12:04 am

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department has arrested and charged a 27-year-old Lancaster woman with killing 15-year-old Brenda Sierra in 2002. Sierra’s body...

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"History & Legends Of Cajon Pass" Free Presentation March 15

“History & Legends Of Cajon Pass” Free Presentation March 15

March 5, 2015 at 12:01 am

The Cozy Dell Toll House in the Cajon Pass, about 1880, is part of “”The History & Legends Of Cajon Pass,” a free presentation at Leisure Shore in Crestline...

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The Simon Wiesenthal Center, a Jewish civil rights group, denounced as "despicable" the claim made by The New York Times in a recent story that pro-Israel Democrats will have to choose between "loyalty to the Jewish state" or loyalty to President Barack Obama. [...]
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For the first time, a majority of Americans — 53 percent — believe that the country is less safe today than before the al-Qaida attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, according to a new Fox News poll. [...]
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Wisconsin lawmakers on Thursday will begin a final debate on a measure supported by Republican Governor Scott Walker that would prohibit private-sector workers from being required to join a union or pay dues when working under union contracts. Walker, a presidential... [...]
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Mountain Bears Democratic Club Invites You To High Tea At Refresh

Mountain Bears Democratic Club Invites You To High Tea At Refresh

February 24, 2015 at 12:03 am

A High Tea — organized to recruit members for the Mountain Bears Democratic Club — will be held at REFRESH in Crestline on Saturday, February 28. (Contributed...

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10-14 Inches Of New Snow At Snow Valley: New Terrain Opens

10-14 Inches Of New Snow At Snow Valley: New Terrain Opens

March 3, 2015 at 8:37 am

By Michael P. Neufeld Snow Valley – Ideal snowmaking temperatures — in the neighborhood of 12 degrees — combined with 10-14 inches of fresh snow has allowed...

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2002 COLD CASE: Brenda Sierra Murder Suspect In Custody (UPDATE)

2002 COLD CASE: Brenda Sierra Murder Suspect In Custody (UPDATE)

March 5, 2015 at 12:04 am

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department has arrested and charged a 27-year-old Lancaster woman with killing 15-year-old Brenda Sierra in 2002. Sierra’s body...

 

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SHERIFF'S LOG - Wednesday, March 4

SHERIFF’S LOG – Wednesday, March 4

March 5, 2015 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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10-14 Inches Of New Snow At Snow Valley: New Terrain Opens

10-14 Inches Of New Snow At Snow Valley: New Terrain Opens

By Michael P. Neufeld Snow Valley – Ideal snowmaking temperatures — in the neighborhood of 12 degrees — combined with 10-14 inches of fresh snow has allowed Snow Valley Mountain Resort open additional terrain for skiing,  snowboarding and snow play activities. “The storm took it’s time arriving,” Snow Valley Vice President and General Manager Kevin Somes told ROTWNEWS.com,”but we have […]

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Dr. Seuss Birthday Party March 7 At Crestline Library

Dr. Seuss Birthday Party March 7 At Crestline Library

By Michael P. Neufeld Crestline, CA – Come celebrate reading. Come celebrate, do! We’ve got gobs of books. . .and hopefully you! As Dr. Seuss would say, “you can find magic wherever you look. Sit back and relax, all you need is a book.” The free event, to mark what would have been Theodor Seuss Geisel’s (Dr. Seuss) 111th birthday, […]

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