COWFest offers $1,400 in prizes for creative work

If you are a creative person with an interest in social justice issues, it doesn’t get much better than this. The Center of the World Festival is offering cash prizes to the winners of contests …

Hundreds turn out for CommUnity Picnic

Hundreds turn out for CommUnity Picnic

By Gary Meyer

About 200 people had gathered by 1:30 p.m. for the community picnic organized by Frazier Mountain Community Church (FMCC) on Sunday, July 27.

“Our goal is to feed anyone who can …

Fiesta Days starts Friday

Fiesta Days starts Friday

The waiting is over! The big Fiesta Days Parade starts Saturday down Mt. Pinos Way in Frazier Park at 10 a.m., but something new is happening this year. The entire Fiesta Days event kicks off …

Fred and Elaine Kiesner renew their wedding vows

Fred and Elaine Kiesner renew their wedding vows

Fred and Elaine Kiesner, who have lived in Piñon Pines for 43 years, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary by renewing their vows on July 20, 2014. This is Fred’s account of the event.

We gathered …

New community phone books out this week

New community phone books out this week

By Gary Meyer

The new Mountain Community Phone Book, “The Orange Book,” is ready this week.

See the list below for convenient pickup locations.

The busiest locations will be stocked first, such as Frazier …

Court Notes — Charges dropped

Tonya Engelbrecht, who was listed in the June 12-18 Sheriff’s Log for suspicion of committing vandalism, provided documentation on July 28, 2014 showing the charges had been dismissed by the Kern County District Attorney’s office …

Court Notes — Eviction sustained

Eviction proceedings initiated by Frazier Park property owner Wesley Searcy on April 1, 2014 against Gunnar J. Kuepper, operator of GBU Mountain News, concluded in superior court in Taft on May 22 as Judge Craig …

Friends of Seniors Resource Guide available

Friends of Seniors Resource Guide available

Get your copy of the Friends of Seniors Resource Guide at The Mountain Enterprise office this month, along with the new orange book Mountain Communities phone directory. Both are free.

News and Features

Hundreds turn out for CommUnity Picnic

By Gary Meyer

About 200 people had gathered by 1:30 p.m. for the community picnic organized by Frazier Mountain Community Church (FMCC) on Sunday, July 27.

“Our goal is to feed anyone who can ...

Fiesta Days Starts Friday

The waiting is over! The big Fiesta Days Parade starts Saturday down Mt. Pinos Way in Frazier Park at 10 a.m., but something new is happening this year. The entire Fiesta Days event kicks off ...

OHV park eyes land around high school

California Dept. of Parks to talk with ETUSD trustees

By Patric Hedlund

The planning manager for the state’s Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Division was scheduled to talk with the trustees of El Tejon Unified ...

5 teachers and speech pathologist may be hired by ETUSD

By Patric Hedlund—Class size hangs in the balance at El Tejon Unified School District this month. Union negotiations are underway. Pending budget decisions and union agreements, a group of teachers may be hired (or re-hired) ...