Breaking News: Wildfire Awareness Expo on May 3

FRAZIER PARK, CA—(Tuesday, April 22, 2014 at 4:20 p.m.) The Kern County Fire Department has released an announcement about a Wildfire Awareness Expo in Frazier Park to provide valuable information on wildfire awareness, hazard reduction, …

Such Love’ Raises Spirited Praise

Such Love’ Raises Spirited Praise

Musical Tribute Blends Talents into Harmony

By Teresa LeGault Three hundred joyful people packed the Shepherd of the Mountains Lutheran Church on the evening of Sunday, April 7. Generous praise was earned by Allie …

Lighting a bonfire in children’s imaginations

Lighting a bonfire in children’s imaginations

Comment by Patric Hedlund, Editor The Mountain Enterprise

Good ideas told in a story that touches the heart have a way of generating heat, light and magnetism. Ok, I admit I haven’t seen a doctoral …

Traffic Update: Caltrans closing lanes and onramps

Date: April 18, 2013 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Closures for I-5 Pavement Improvement Project Vista Del Lago Road to Kern County Line

Gorman — The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) plans to close the lanes, …

Two free digital photography workshops:

Two free digital photography workshops: Wind Wolves Preserve–Saturday, April 13 Frazier Park Library–Thursday, April 25

How lucky we are to live in a beautiful setting with talented photographers eager to share their secrets. On April …

News and Features

A N N E T T E ! My Day with Annette Funicello

April 9, 2013—By Jim Hackett It was a sad day yesterday. Annette Funicello passed away after a long battle with MS. She leaves me with fond memories.

Growing up in the late 1950s ...

Guns, Violence, Safety and You

How can you identify a potential shooter? How can you survive a shooting attack? What are local schools doing to protect our children? Should gun laws be changed?

The community is ...

Artisans Gallery Opens in Pine Mountain Village

An artisans’ small business incubator had its opening April 6 in Pine Mountain Village (next door to the post office, upstairs). Above, wildlife collage painter Max Stenstrom next to her “Bear.” Right, Christa Clark explains ...