Breaking News: Frazier Park Market Robbed at Gunpoint

Frazier Park Market Robbed at Gunpoint

UPDATE–FRAZIER PARK (Thursday, Jan. 7,2010, 8:07 a.m.)—In an interview with Frazier Park Market manager this morning, Rick Johnson said just seeing the surveillance pictures of the robbery "gives me the chills. It definitely changes you…your …

Breaking News: CalNeva Broadband Cable Office Closes

UPDATE (Thursday, Jan. 7, 2010, 11 a.m.)—CalNeva’s lead tech in Frazier Park, Greg Banks, told The Mountain Enterprise this morning that the Frazier Park office (3341 Los Padres Drive) will remain open through January 31. …

Businesses Get Good News For New Year

Businesses Get Good News For New Year

January 21 Meeting at Holiday Inn Express

After a tough 2009 business year, the cavalry is on the way to help mountain businesses with funding, consulting and free workshops in 2010.

The Mountain Enterprise has …

Skimming Ring Suspects Sought for I.D. Theft

Skimming Ring Suspects Sought for I.D. Theft

Several residents of the Mountain Communities reported identity theft incidents early in 2009 after purchasing gasoline in Lebec.

Photographs of those who have been seen allegedly placing credit card “skimming” devices in self service gas …

A Joyful New Year to All

A Joyful New Year to All

The lavish lights of the Craig Stowell home (above the four-way stop in Frazier Park) is a holiday landmark for the Mountain Communities. The joyful image also serves as a cheerful introduction to our annual …

Commuter Alert: I-5/SR-14 Closures January 4-8


Sylmar/North San Fernando Valley — The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) will close the following lanes, ramps, connectors and collector roads of the Antelope Valley Freeway (SR-14) and …

COMMUNITY CALENDAR: Upcoming & Ongoing

Thursday, December 31

  • New Year’s Eve Party at the Frazier Park Moose Lodge 6 p.m.-2 a.m. Food, fun and good cheer, entertainment by Backlash, $5 cover, 245-1630, 6941 Lockwood Valley Rd.
  • New Year’s Eve …

News and Features

January 2009

  • VA Awards $3.5 Million For Local Cemetery
  • School District Nearer to Spending $7.12 Million El Tejon’s Proximity to I-5 Not Addressed
  • Beware: Bad $100 Bills Hit Mountain
  • Runaway Big Rig Injures 11 On ...

February 2009

  • State Budget Crisis Hits Home as Funds Frozen
  • Food Co-ops Win Members
  • Great Backyard Bird Count Begins
  • Paramedics and Fire Station Both on Track
  • Museum Shows Favorite Valentines
  • Storms Cause Traffic Havoc
  • Precipitation Nudges ...

March 2009

  • ‘We’ll Fight to Keep Lilac Festival,’ Community Says
  • Big Rig Fire and Chemical Spill Shuts Down I-5 Three Miles North of El Tejon School
  • Paramedic Struggle Ends, New Chapter Begins
  • Autopsy Shows Baby Battered, ...

April 2009

  • A Good Day for Dogs, Cats and the SPCA
  • Teen Thieves Strike Mountain View Market
  • ‘No Straight Rows’ Gardeners Plant Cuddy Valley
  • Alleged Bank Robber Used Frazier Park As Hideout
  • Donations Keep Flags Flying ...

May 2009

  • ETUSD Superintendent Shelly Mason in Hospital
  • Memorial Day Surprise: Bert Lee’s WWII P-51 Mustang Fighter Rediscovered
  • Bor Horse Abuse Charges Upheld
  • 350 Attend Service For Michael Manning
  • Six Young Scientists Head to State Science ...

June 2009

  • Famous Footwear Opens Warehouse In Lebec
  • Tejon Ranch Gag Order on Secret Condor Documents Targeted by Lawsuit
  • La Sierra Owner Calls Inspectors to Review Restaurant
  • Beware: $255 Ticket Trap on Mt. Pinos Way
  • Arreola ...

July 2009

  • Make it a Fort Tejon Fourth!
  • Broadway Melodies Rocks
  • Bidding to Begin for Frazier Park Branch Library
  • Tejon Mountain Village and Frazier Park Estates Questioned
  • Shakespeare, Champagne & Comedy
  • Wildfire War: Fires Erupt on ...

August 2009

  • Lebec Community Church Celebrates 90 Years of Faithful Service
  • Big Greens Ask that Tejon’s Condor Gag Order be Lifted
  • Budget Axe Could Kill 100 CA State Parks Including Hungry Valley and Ft. Tejon
  • I-5 ...

September 2009

  • Second Bear Cub Orphan Found in Neenach Tree
  • $3.1 Million Jackpot Ours, If Frazier Park Shows Support
  • Restaurant Burns in Lake of the Woods
  • ‘Hearing’ Tone Deaf to Mountain’s Goals
  • Oktoberfest: A Gentle Frolic
  • ...

October 2009

  • The Week that Could Change the Mountain Forever
  • Two Arrested In Prostitution Vice Sting
  • The ‘Big Squeeze’ Taps Gorman Musician
  • State Parks Win Reprieve
  • Parent Protests Loss of Special Ed Teacher at Frazier Park ...

November 2009

  • Two Off-Road Motorists Rescued in Los Padres Forest near Frazier Park
  • Tribal Recognition Race Sparks Speculation about Tejon Ranch Casino Plans
  • Body of Missing Man Found in Creek Near Monterey Bridge
  • New Frazier Park ...

December 2009

  • Bear Causes Big Rig Pile-Up on I-5
  • Gigi Day: She Chose to Live
  • Bors Plead Guilty To Horse Abuse, Seized Horses Find Good Homes
  • Mystery Shrouds Deaths of Two Men
  • Holiday Inn Express in ...