(BAKERSFIELD—February 18, 2009)—The Kern County Department of Emergency Medical Services presented to the board of supervisors a long-awaited document on Tuesday, Feb. 17. Director Ross Elliott provided the detailed plan for implementation of the first …
The TriCounty Watchdogs’ CEQA/NEPA Training scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 22 has been canceled due to concerns about possible bad weather. The training will be rescheduled for another date to be announced soon. It is important …
1 Died, 6 More Sickened From Lead, Report Says
By Patric Hedlund
“California condors have rediscovered the Tejon,” Dr. Noel Snyder said this week as he was being interviewed regarding a U.S. Fish and Wildlife …
‘A plan to showcase Frazier Park’
Reported by Chuck Nobel
Street lamps, park benches, a “Welcome to Frazier Park” monument, curbs and new sidewalks… what next? Imagine vintage cars parked on display all up and …
By Gary Meyer
After 13 years with Gorman Elementary School District (GESD), Business Manager Karen Kingsley announced that her final day of work with the district will be February 27.
In a brief letter to …
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Now through Saturday, Feb. 28
- Applications accepted for Mountain Memories grants. c/o Grant Request, P.O. Box 858, Frazier Park, CA 93225. (661) 431-8260.
Saturday, Feb. 21
John Wellbanks of Kern County Parks Department said Friday afternoon that the Parks Master Plan focus group for Friday, February 13 has been cancelled due to snow and dangerous driving conditions.
"We are canceling ...
By Patric Hedlund
There are ample charms to living in an unincorporated rural area. But residents and business people of the Mountain Communities know that a long trek to the Board of Supervisors’ chambers in ...
February 11, 2009 Open letter from the Mountain Communities Town Council to Ray Watson, 4th District Supervisor
Dear Mr. Watson:
The Mountain Communities Town Council supports and encourages the Kern County Board of Supervisors to ...
David and Carole Beigle made a decision a long time ago: life is about art, and art has been their life. The name may be familiar. They are the parents of Frazier Mountain High School ...
Spotlight on Business
February 6, 2009 Dear Editor:
Katy Cruse, our property manager at All Seasons Realty, informed us of a conversation she had with your office regarding our rental list. Many owners, your staff ...
By Kat Fair, MSF Managing Director
While battling snow storms, skidding and slipping through the slush and snow, thoughts of summer can seem far off. But the Mountain Shakespeare Festival (MSF) is beginning to prepare ...
UPDATE Friday, Feb. 20 at 10 a.m.—Tickets have been claimed.
The first person who comes into The Mountain Enterprise office with this coupon to ask for a pair of tickets will go free to the ...
Deadlines Coming Up Quickly
By Dylan Keenberg
Attention all graduating seniors at Frazier Mountain High School: The deadlines for two very important financial aid opportunities are fast approaching!
Monday, March 2 marks the deadline for ...
- Reaching for Higher Dreams
- Frazier Mountain High School Honor Roll
- After-School Tutorial Schedule for February
Calendar and Announcements
- George Washington’s Birthday Was Occasion For Grand Ball at Fort Tejon in 1859
- 2009: ‘Slide Away’ Fun in the Snow over Presidents’ Day Weekend
- Orientation for CASA Volunteers
- Taking Steps to Create A World Free of MS
- Update on Gigi Day’s Recovery
- Growing Up Christian in Hollywood and ‘Women Discipling Women’ Events Coming to PMCCC
- Correcting the ‘Correction’