• VOE Chicken Coop Something To Crow About

    By Michael P. Neufeld Valley of Enchantment, CA – The new chicken  coop at Valley of Enchantment Elementary School (VOE) is “officially” open for business as part of the school’s ESTEM project thanks to a generous contribution from the Rim of World Education Foundation and a $4,675 Lowe’s Toolbox for Education grant. And the applause from the students, faculty and […]

    VOE Chicken Coop Something To Crow About
  • BUSINESS OVER BREAKFAST: Wimmer Farmers Insurance Agency

    By Michael P. Neufeld Rimforest, CA – On Tuesday, April 28, Wimmer Farmers Insurance in Rimforest will be hosting the Business Over Breakfast (BOB) Meeting to showcase the agency. The Lake Arrowhead Communities Chamber of Commerce BOB starts at 8 a.m. Michelle “Shelli” Wimmer will be offering good food, networking and 60-second member commercials at 26431 Highway 18 in Rimforest. Don’t […]

    BUSINESS OVER BREAKFAST: Wimmer Farmers Insurance Agency
  • Rebuilding Day 2015 To Provide Eight Home Makeovers

    By Michael P. Neufeld Mountain  Communities – On Saturday, April 25 — Rebuilding Day — eight homes will get makeovers! Rebuilding Together Mountain Communities selected the eight homes and trade and non-trade volunteers will converge on the homes bright and early Saturday to make necessary repairs and improvements. Everyone gathers at the Mountain Communities Senior/Community Center at 675 Grandview Road in […]

    Rebuilding Day 2015 To Provide Eight Home Makeovers
  • Music Programs Benefit From Gloria Loring And Friends Concert

    By W. Edward Clark Lake Arrowhead, CA – Singer and actress Gloria Loring brings an evening of music and nostalgia to Lake Arrowhead on Sunday, May 3, in “With a Little Help From My Friends,” presented by the Blue Jay Jazz Foundation, in association with VH1 Save the Music Foundation. The musical gala takes place at the Tudor House located […]

    Music Programs Benefit From Gloria Loring And Friends Concert
  • TAMMY’S STORY: Benefit Concert & Fund-raiser April 25

    By Michael P. Neufeld Crestline, CA – Country music artist Brent Payne will headline a benefit concert and fund-raiser dubbed TAMMY’S STORY on Saturday, April 25. The event will be held in and around the San Moritz Lodge in Crestline from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. with Payne on stage at 12:30 p.m. TAMMY’S STORY Tammy Powers is receiving treatment […]

    TAMMY'S STORY: Benefit Concert & Fund-raiser April 25
  • The Addams Family To Pay A Musical Visit To Big Bear Lake

    By W. Edward Clark Big Bear Lake, CA – Morticia and Gomez Addams may be creepy, kooky, mysterious and spooky, but, they’re still inviting you to meet the family as Big Bear High School’s Performing Arts Department presents “The Addams Family – A New Musical Comedy.” The Addams family will make its appearance on April 24-25 and May 1-2 at […]

    The Addams Family To Pay A Musical Visit To Big Bear Lake
  • DOVES To Call Attention To Domestic Violence On Denim Day — April 29

    By W. Edward Clark Big Bear, CA – Every two minutes someone in America is sexually assaulted. That’s about 293,033 victims each year. On Wednesday, April 29, DOVES (Domestic Violence Education and Services), the mountain’s domestic violence agency, is asking mountain residents to show support for victims of these crimes by donning denim jeans for Denim Day. Everyone is asked […]

    DOVES To Call Attention To Domestic Violence On Denim Day -- April 29
  • CalTrans Shows Mountain Drive Times On Electronic Message Boards

    By Michael P. Neufeld San Bernardino, CA – Electronic sign boards have been activated by CalTrans on Highway 210 to help motorists heading to the San Bernardino Mountains determine their drive time and the best route to use to reach their mountain destination. The electronic sign boards were actually activated along the route a few days ago and post the estimated […]

    CalTrans Shows Mountain Drive Times On Electronic Message Boards
  • UPDATE: Not Guilty Plea For Arrowbear Teen Arrested For Child Sex Crimes

    By G. T. Houts UPDATE: Friday,  April 24 – 7:54 a.m. San Bernardino, CA – A plea of not guilty to all charges has been entered by 18-year-old Gary Evan Friley from Arrowbear to a single felony court of sexual penetration involving a juvenile under 10 years old. Friley — who was arraigned by Judge William Jefferson Powell via video […]

    UPDATE: Not Guilty Plea For Arrowbear Teen Arrested For Child Sex Crimes
  • Forest Service Biologists Asking Public To Report Flying Squirrel Sightings

    By Michael P. Neufeld San Bernardino, CA – The U. S. Forest Service is asking mountain residents to report sightings of flying squirrels and is hoping you’ll also be able to get a picture for biologists to study. A media release from the Forest Service indicates that the San Bernardino flying squirrel is a subspecies of the northern flying squirrel. […]

    Forest Service Biologists Asking Public To Report Flying Squirrel Sightings

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VOE Chicken Coop Something To Crow About

VOE Chicken Coop Something To Crow About

April 25, 2015 at 12:02 am

It was a cold, foggy morning when State Senator Mike Morrell cut the ribbon for the new chicken coop at Valley of Enchantment Elementary School, but the applause of the students...

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BUSINESS OVER BREAKFAST: Wimmer Farmers Insurance Agency

BUSINESS OVER BREAKFAST: Wimmer Farmers Insurance Agency

April 25, 2015 at 12:01 am

The Lake Arrowhead Communities Chamber of Commerce’s Business Over Breakfast Meeting on April 28 will be hosted by Michele “Shelli” Wimmer at Wimmer Farmers...

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Supervisor Ramos Visits Sacramento Asking For Increased Court Funding

Supervisor Ramos Visits Sacramento Asking For Increased Court Funding

April 15, 2015 at 12:03 am

Supervisor James Ramos (center) met with elected officials — including State Senator Mike Morrell — and their representatives in Sacramento to discuss increased...

Business »

BUSINESS: Jensen's Cedar Glen Minute Shoppe Welcomes Shoppers Back

BUSINESS: Jensen’s Cedar Glen Minute Shoppe Welcomes Shoppers Back

April 4, 2015 at 12:03 am

The ribbon cutting ceremony officially welcomed the Jensen’s Minute Shoppe in Cedar Glen back in service following a fire last August. (Photo by Lewis Murray) By Michael...

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UPDATE: Not Guilty Plea For Arrowbear Teen Arrested For Child Sex Crimes

UPDATE: Not Guilty Plea For Arrowbear Teen Arrested For Child Sex Crimes

April 23, 2015 at 12:02 am

Gary Evan Friley, 18, a resident of Arrowbear, has entered a not guilty plea to a charge of sex crimes against a juvenile under 10 years old. (File Photo) By G. T. Houts UPDATE:...

 

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SHERIFF'S LOG - Friday, April 24

SHERIFF’S LOG – Friday, April 24

April 25, 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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Trial Dates Set For Sugarloaf Burglary Suspect

Trial Dates Set For Sugarloaf Burglary Suspect

By G.T. Houts San  Bernardino, CA – Trial dates for a 41-year-old transient parolee from Sugarloaf — Edgar Alvin Haines — have been set on a burglary charge related to a March 18 incident in his own neighborhood. The pre-trial hearing is scheduled for May 15 at 8:30 a.m. in Department S-19. The trial readiness hearing will be in the […]

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SPECIAL OLYMPICS: Opening Ceremonies Parade Applications Available

SPECIAL OLYMPICS: Opening Ceremonies Parade Applications Available

By Michael P. Neufeld Blue Jay,  CA – On Wednesday, July 22, there will be a parade to welcome the Special Olympics athletes from Switzerland to the Mountain Communities of Lake Arrowhead. The parade — scheduled to step off at 10 a.m. on Highway 189 in Blue Jay — will lead up to the Opening Ceremonies in the Jensen’s parking […]

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