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  • MISSING PERSON: Herschel Hughes Found Safe (UPDATE 2)

    By Michael P. Neufeld UPDATE: Friday, July 1 – 2:45 p.m. Redlands, CA – An American Medical Response ambulance crew is checking out Herschel Hughes from Lake Arrowhead who was located in Redlands shortly after 2 p.m. Friday. He had been missing since Wednesday. His family has been notified. Gilbert Flores from the Twin Peaks Sheriff’s Station posted that he […]

    MISSING PERSON: Herschel Hughes Found Safe (UPDATE 2)
  • Residential Structure Fire – Knockdown On Fire (UPDATE 5)

    By Michael P. Neufeld UPDATE 5: Friday, July 1 – Noon Cedarpines Park, CA – Scanner reports indicate a fire investigator is now on scene of the residential structure fire as crews continues mop-up operations. The fire is out.   UPDATE 4: Friday, July 1 – 11:35 a.m. Cedarpines Park, CA – Quick work by a host of fire agencies […]

    Residential Structure Fire - Knockdown On Fire (UPDATE 5)
  • NEW JULY 1 LAWS: California Residency Requirements And More! (Part 3)

    By Michael P. Neufeld Mountain Communities – A host of new laws will take effect in California on Friday, July 1, ranging from California residency requirements to design-build contracts for school districts. During the last legislative year, Governor Jerry Brown signed a total of 808 bills and vetoed 133. CALIFORNIA RESIDENCY REQUIREMENT – Assembly Bill 1465 (Assembly Committee On Budget) This […]

    NEW JULY 1 LAWS: California Residency Requirements And More! (Part 3)
  • SAN BERNARDINO NATIONAL FOREST: Fire Restrictions Elevated

    By Michael P. Neufeld San Bernardino, CA – The San Bernardino National Forest has instituted seasonal fire restrictions, according to a media release issued by the U.S. Forest Service. “Monthly and seasonal weather outlooks predict above normal “Large Fire Potential” from July to September 2016 with these predictions we want our visitors to be able to continue to enjoy their […]

    SAN BERNARDINO NATIONAL FOREST: Fire Restrictions Elevated
  • NEW JULY 1 LAWS: Disability Insurance To Prevailing Wages (Part 2)

    By Michael P. Neufeld Mountain Communities – A host of new laws will take effect in California on Friday, July 1, ranging from disability insurance and new wage and garnishment restrictions and piecework compensation to prevailing wages. During the last legislative year, Governor Jerry Brown signed a total of 808 bills and vetoed 133. DISABILITY INSURANCE – Senate Bill 667 (D-Hannah-Beth […]

    NEW JULY 1 LAWS: Disability Insurance To Prevailing Wages (Part 2)
  • UPDATE 3: Hang Glider Sustains Fatal Injuries – Pilot Identified

    By Michael P. Neufeld UPDATE 2: Thursday, June 30 – 9:24 a.m. Crestline, CA – The hang glider who died at the Crestline Soaring Society’s Glider Launch in Crestline has been identified as 64-year-old Larry Heidler from Corona. The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department is investigating the incident with preliminary information indicating Heidler lost control of his hang glider and […]

    UPDATE 3: Hang Glider Sustains Fatal Injuries - Pilot Identified
  • NEW LAWS JULY 1: Vaccinations – No Shot. No Daycare. No School. (Part 1)

    By Michael P. Neufeld Mountain Communities – A host of new laws will take effect in California on Friday, July 1, but probably the most controversial is Senate Bill 277 which establishes the most stringent vaccine mandate in the United States. No shots. No daycare. No school. During the last legislative year, Governor Jerry Brown signed a total of 808 bills […]

    NEW LAWS JULY 1: Vaccinations - No Shot. No Daycare. No School. (Part 1)
  • HIGHWAY 18 BARRIER: Delineators About To Disappear (UPDATE 2)

    By Michael P. Neufeld UPDATE 2: Wednesday, June 29 – 4:17 a.m. Crestline, CA – In May 2014, Caltrans placed about 1,400 “temporary” traffic delineators (channelizers) on Highway 18 starting at Mormon Springs Road near the Crestline Bridge. Cal Stripe from Colton was the successful bidder on the emergency delineator project at $230,000. Alcorn Fence Company crews will now start […]

    HIGHWAY 18 BARRIER: Delineators About To Disappear (UPDATE 2)
  • Disposition/Reset Hearing Set For Frank Joseph Popovich, Jr. On Murder Charge

    By G. T. Houts San Bernardino, CA – A disposition/reset hearing for Frank Joseph “Black Fox” Popovich, Jr., 53, who is accused of fatally shooting 42-year-old James Clark outside a Big Bear nightclub April 12, is scheduled for 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday, June 29, in Department S-17. Popovich remains in custody at the West Valley Detention Center on $1 million […]

    Disposition/Reset Hearing Set For Frank Joseph Popovich, Jr. On Murder Charge
  • Mountain Residents To Vote On Legalization Of Recreational Marijuana

    By Michael P. Neufeld Mountain Communities – When mountain residents mark their ballots for President of the United States on November 8 they’ll also be voting on a ballot initiative that would legalize recreational marijuana use in California. Secretary of State Alex Padilla announced the initiative had enough valid signatures to appear on the General Election ballot. INITIATIVE QUALIFICATIONS To […]

    Mountain Residents To Vote On Legalization Of Recreational Marijuana

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MISSING PERSON: Herschel Hughes Found Safe (UPDATE 2)

MISSING PERSON: Herschel Hughes Found Safe (UPDATE 2)

July 1, 2016 at 2:30 pm

The Lake Arrowhead man — Herschel Rolland Hughes — who was missing since 8 a.m. Wednesday has been found safe in Redlands. (Photo by Twin Peaks Sheriff’s...

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Fund-raisers July 2-3 For Big Bear City's James Snodgrass

Fund-raisers July 2-3 For Big Bear City’s James Snodgrass

June 28, 2016 at 12:02 am

A pool tournament, car wash and concert will be held July 2-3 at the Cadillac Ranch Saloon in Apple Valley to benefit the family of Big Bear City’s Stanley James Snodgrass....

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NEW JULY 1 LAWS: Disability Insurance To Prevailing Wages (Part 2)

NEW JULY 1 LAWS: Disability Insurance To Prevailing Wages (Part 2)

June 30, 2016 at 12:04 am

By Michael P. Neufeld Mountain Communities – A host of new laws will take effect in California on Friday, July 1, ranging from disability insurance and new wage and garnishment...

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Career Institute Hosts Next Business Over Breakfast June 28

Career Institute Hosts Next Business Over Breakfast June 28

June 19, 2016 at 12:02 am

By Michael P. Neufeld Lake Arrowhead, CA – CAREER INSTITUTE invites you to meet and greet the newest group of students training for internships during the June 28 Business...

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UPDATE: High Speed Pursuit Suspect's Bail Set At $175,000

UPDATE: High Speed Pursuit Suspect’s Bail Set At $175,000

June 21, 2016 at 10:13 am

Michael Joseph Emmi, Jr., 24, faces four felony counts following a 90-second high speed pursuit Saturday on Big Bear Boulevard. (File Photo) By G. T. Houts UPDATE: Tuesday,...

 

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SHERIFF'S LOG - Thursday, June 30

SHERIFF’S LOG – Thursday, June 30

July 1, 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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Night Vision Goggles Help Chopper Crew Rescue Injured Man At Aztec Falls

Night Vision Goggles Help Chopper Crew Rescue Injured Man At Aztec Falls

By Michael P. Neufeld Lake Arrowhead, CA – Night vision goggles led San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Helicopter 40-King-5 to an injured 19-year-old Lancaster man who fell about 75-feet early Tuesday morning at Aztec Falls in the Deep Creel area of Lake Arrowhead. A media advisory indicated that Wyatt Zink was with friends at Aztec Falls at 12:30 a.m. Tuesday morning […]

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Forward Rate Of Spread On Barton Flats Area Fire Halted

Forward Rate Of Spread On Barton Flats Area Fire Halted

By Michael P. Neufeld Barton Flats – Forest Service, Calfire and San Bernardino County fire personnel responded shortly after 11:10 a.m. to a vegetation fire in the Barton Flats area off Highway 38. Ground and air personnel went on the offensive and, at last report, the forward rate of spread had been halted with the so-called Clark Fire burning just […]

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