Note to our readers—Don’t Be Fooled

Note to our readers—Don't Be Fooled

The Mountain Enterprise website has several levels. We maintain this Breaking News level as an open and free public service to keep the public informed—but don’t be fooled—there is much, much more!

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Breaking News: UPDATE: FPPUD Boil Water Notice lifted

UPDATE: FPPUD Boil Water Notice lifted

UPDATE–FRAZIER PARK, CA (Monday, March 27, 2017 at 3:20 p.m.)—Frazier Park Public Utility District (FPPUD) confirmed today that the Boil Water Notice has been lifted. According to the State Water Resource Control Board, it is …

Alarm raised about Valley Fever and solar farms

Alarm raised about Valley Fever and solar farms

By Patric Hedlund, TME with Paul Henreid, Neenach

An emotional appeal by residents of Antelope Acres about preventing dust storms and exposure to Valley Fever spores appeared to fall on deaf ears last week. Residents …

Winter Sports Banquet honors 2017 athletes

Winter Sports Banquet honors 2017 athletes

The 2017 Frazier Mountain High School Winter Sports Banquet was an attractive blue, white and silver celebration with silver balloons and blue tablecloths on Monday, March 20.

Coach Sharon Lemburg’s girls soccer team had …

For the Record:

A report in our sister publication, The New Mountain Pioneer (“Justice Deferred is Justice Denied,” February 2017), includes the account of the loss of Laurel Quinn’s Pine Mountain Club home due to alleged rent-skimming by …

PMC proposes $7 million clubhouse update

By Patric Hedlund, TME

The planning committee for the Pine Mountain Club Property Owners Association proposed a $6-7 million renovation of the community clubhouse at a special meeting Saturday, Jan. 14.

Three Becomes One

It …

Subscribers can place Classified ads for FREE!

Subscribers can place Classified ads for FREE!

FRAZIER PARK, CA (Friday, Oct. 30, 2015 at 1:31 p.m.)—The Mountain Enterprise has announced that subscribers now receive one free non-commercial classified ad per week. This provides a savings of up to $312 per year …

JERRY

The health of Jerry Ferris of Mountain Communities Weather has hit a very rough patch. Appealing a social security disability ruling has left him with a dilemma. Click here “Jerry” for more details …

News and Features

Alarm raised about Valley Fever and solar farms

By Patric Hedlund, TME with Paul Henreid, Neenach

An emotional appeal by residents of Antelope Acres about preventing dust storms and exposure to Valley Fever spores appeared to fall on deaf ears last week. Residents ...

Winter Sports Banquet honors 2017 athletes

The 2017 Frazier Mountain High School Winter Sports Banquet was an attractive blue, white and silver celebration with silver balloons and blue tablecloths on Monday, March 20.

Coach Sharon Lemburg’s girls soccer team had ...