Olympic Memories

Olympic Memories

Cuddy Valley and Frazier Park were the locations NBC-TV chose in January to film ads to promote the Olympics. Now the international winter games are becoming a smashing success. We wondered what it is …

Team Drives Hard to Close Spirited Season

Team Drives Hard to Close Spirited Season

By Sara Woerter

The ball thudded against the floor. The sweat dripped down their faces. Lady Falcons thundered down the court at top speed. A Lady Seraph dribbled in for a shot and began her …

Celebration Set for Paramedics’ First Year

Celebration Set for Paramedics' First Year

The community is invited on March 6 to celebrate the first year anniversary of the hard-fought and hard-won firefighter-paramedic program in Pine Mountain.

All are invited for a joyful and informal reception in the PMC …

April Fool’s Day Jokes For our Troops?

By Michelle Morain Kjenaas

A Big Hello from Our Small Town

A Big Hello From Our Small Town again! Susan Bates, a Frazier Park School second grade teacher, wants to have her class send letters …

9 Car Pileup Closes I-5 For 2 Hours

By Gary Meyer

A multi-car crash involving nine vehicles caused a two-hour closure of northbound Interstate 5, near the Frazier Mountain Park Road exit, Friday, Feb. 19.

At approximately 8:20 p.m. a 21-year-old Inglewood man …

OpEd: Failure Is Not an Option

By Linda Robredo, Frazier Park

I have watched the opening and quick closing of so many businesses on the hill for the past 30 years. It is very sad. What I kept asking myself is …

COMMUNITY CALENDAR: Upcoming & Ongoing

Send Mountain Community events to Calendar@MountainEnterprise.com or call 245-3794.

Now through March

  • Greater Frazier Mountain Phone Book advertising: final deadline March 12. Call 245-3794 for details.
  • Casino Night pre-sale tickets available at Ace Hardware, …

Update: Grapevine and Roads Open

Update (Monday, March 1, 2010, 10 a.m.)—Skies are bright, temperatures are in the 50’s and roads are all clear. Snow at lower elevations has quickly melted.

Update (Sunday, Feb. 28, 2010, 6 a.m.)—No further incidents …

News and Features

Municipal Advisory Council Holds First Meeting

Officers Sworn in as Critics Object to MAC Agenda and Procedures

Reported by Gary Meyer

Assistant Kern County Counsel Stephen Schuett provided the first official meeting of the Mountain Communities Municipal Advisory Council (MAC) with ...

Warm Reception Greets New Library Manager

A ‘welcome valentine’ reception Saturday, Feb. 13 honored Megan Logsdon’s arrival as the new branch manager at the library. Shown here (in red), Megan is surrounded by fans of the library Jassmon Martin, Matthew Humbert, ...

McCASA Steers toward Safer Community for Teens

By Sara Woerter

McCASA—Mount a i n Communities Coalition Against Substance Abuse—explored strategies to prevent underage drinking and how to work toward a healthier community at a special training on Wednesday, Feb 17. Angela Goldberg ...