PINE MOUNTAIN, CA (Wednesday, June 19, 2013 at 11:25 a.m.)—The FBI took a man into custody this morning in Pine Mountain, according to news tips received by community members and confirmed by Kern County Sheriff’s Sgt. Mark Brown. Details were not available by press time Wednesday, but will be published in The Mountain Enterprise print edition on Thursday, June 27.
The Fort Tejon Historical Association is inviting families to come enjoy a Civil War reenactment Sunday, June 16—especially for Father’s Day. Bring along a picnic lunch to enjoy under the spreading branches of ancient oak trees.
The Living History program interpreters will be there to take you back in time to
By Jeff Schwantes
Flag Day is Friday, June 14th. Let us learn just a few of the many rules:
• The flag should not touch the ground.
• The flag should be cleaned and mended as needed.
• The flag may be displayed in fair weather between sunrise and sunset.
• The flag should be illuminated if displayed at night.
Display your flag proudly and with respect.
News of the death of 89-year-old New Jersey Senator Frank Lautenberg this month led many to observe that he was the last veteran in the U.S. Senate with memory of World War II.
We have a senior statesman in Frazier Park who is filled with memories this week, on the 69th anniversary of the Allied invasion of Normandy.
David Bowie’s “Magic Dance” from The Labyrinth sets the theme for In the Wings Dance Studio’s recital production, “Dance, Magic, Dance,” this Friday and Saturday on the El Tejon School stage, says co-founder Crystal Adams.
“This isn’t Harry Potter wizards or
Friday, June 14 will be a breakthrough date for “something to do” on the mountain for teens, 12 through 18. Two programs are beginning that day.
Our Mountain Teens will be meeting at the Frazier Mountain Park skate park from 12 noon to 6 p.m. You’ll find music and games and surprises. For details, call Nicole de Leeuw (‘Ms. D.’),
By Patric Hedlund
New Supervisor David Couch campaigned in 2012 on the promise to restore an elected MAC to the Mountain Communities.
But it appears County Administrator John Nilon has convinced him to
• Wind Wolves Preserve Wildflower & Wildlife Hikes for the family every Saturday and Sunday through May, led by a naturalist to introduce the natural history. Two hikes 9-11 a.m. and 1-3 p.m. …
- Tejon Outlet Mall predicted to open in May 2014
- Earthquake talk urges quick action
- Home Alone? Tips for a safe summer at home
- Case against armed man at bank dropped, charges re-filed
- Brunelle gets 1 year for molesting child