• NEW LAWS: Governor Signed 930 Pieces Of Legislation Many Effective January 1

    By Michael P. Neufeld Sacramento, CA – California will have hundreds of new laws on January 1, 2015. Governor Jerry Brown affixed his signature to just over 900 pieces of legislation ranging from driver’s licenses for undocumented immigrants to a controversial “hidden gas tax” that could boost the price of gasoline by up to 76 cents a gallon. Our elected […]

    NEW LAWS: Governor Signed 930 Pieces Of Legislation Many Effective January 1
  • Donations Collected At Salvation Army Red Kettle Sites Help Less Fortunate

    By Michael P. Neufeld Big Bear Lake, CA – “The “miracle” of Christmas is repeated over and over again through the joy of caring and giving when you deposit a donation in the Salvation Army’s red kettles which have become an integral part of Big Bear Valley’s Christmas scene. The Salvation Army bell ringers standing next to their red kettle […]

    Donations Collected At Salvation Army Red Kettle Sites Help Less Fortunate
  • FEAST FOR FAMILIES Provides Holiday Meals And Toys For Local Families

    By Michael P. Neufeld Twin Peaks, CA – The “Ho, Ho, Ho” from Santa Claus echoed through the halls of the County Government Center in Twin Peaks as he welcomed children included in the FEAST FOR FAMILIES program to come and sit on his knee, have a visit and receive toys provided through the Firefighters’ Spark of Love Toy Drive. […]

    FEAST FOR FAMILIES Provides Holiday Meals And Toys For Local Families
  • OHV Accident Claims Jeep Driver’s Life

    By G. T. Houts San Bernardino, CA – The unidentified male driver of a brown or tan Jeep died when his vehicle went off Cloudland Truck Trail which is accessed off Highway 18 at the San Bernardino City limit sign. The accident was reported shortly after 1 p.m. Sunday, according to the California Highway Patrol. San Bernardino City Fire units […]

    OHV Accident Claims Jeep Driver's Life
  • Twin Peaks Deputy Brian Butts Saluted With Lifesaving Award

    By Michael P. Neufeld San Bernardino, CA – Deputy Brian Butts — who is assigned to the Twin Peaks Station — was one of 20 individuals honored during then 4th Annual Sheriff’s Lifesaving Awards ceremony held in the Covington Chamber of the County Government Center in San Bernardino. The awards were presented to deputies, Explorers, analysts and dispatchers for quick […]

    Twin Peaks Deputy Brian Butts Saluted With Lifesaving Award
  • Obernolte Named Vice Chair Of Assembly Arts And Entertainment Committee

    By Michael P. Neufeld Sacramento, CA – Assemblyman Jay Obernolte (R-Big Bear Lake/33) has been appointed Vice Chair of the Assembly Committee on Arts, Entertainment, Sports, Tourism and Internet Media for the 2015-16 Legislative Session. “I am honored to be named vice chair of a committee that oversees the entertainment and tourism industries, which are vital to the economies of […]

    Obernolte Named Vice Chair Of Assembly Arts And Entertainment Committee
  • Santa Helps Hearts & Lives Distribute Toys To 343 Children

    By Michael P. Neufeld Crestline, CA – Santa was busy this past week helping Hearts & Lives distribute just under 500 toys to 343 children during a visit to the organization’s Crestline headquarters. The toys ranged from jet launchers and dominoes to stuffed polar bears and Giggly Wiggly dolls. But Santa didn’t forget about the teens during the Hearts & […]

    Santa Helps Hearts & Lives Distribute Toys To 343 Children
  • 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

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NEW LAWS: Governor Signed 930 Pieces Of Legislation Many Effective January 1

NEW LAWS: Governor Signed 930 Pieces Of Legislation Many Effective January 1

December 22, 2014 at 12:03 am

By Michael P. Neufeld Sacramento, CA – California will have hundreds of new laws on January 1, 2015. Governor Jerry Brown affixed his signature to just over 900 pieces...

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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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NEW LAWS: Governor Signed 930 Pieces Of Legislation Many Effective January 1

NEW LAWS: Governor Signed 930 Pieces Of Legislation Many Effective January 1

December 22, 2014 at 12:03 am

By Michael P. Neufeld Sacramento, CA – California will have hundreds of new laws on January 1, 2015. Governor Jerry Brown affixed his signature to just over 900 pieces...

Business »

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 - Saturday, December 20, 2014

SHERIFF’S LOG – Saturday, December 20, 2014

December 21, 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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Vacancy On Healthcare District Board To Be Filled By Appointment

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 […]

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Local Students Prepare For Winter Break

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 […]

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