Breaking News: Reward Offered in Man’s Disappearance

Reward Offered in Man's Disappearance

FRAZIER PARK, CA (Wednesday, April 6, 2011 at 4 p.m.)–The reward offered for information leading to the whereabouts of Dennis Dobrovolny has been increased to $25,000, according to family members. Anyone with information is asked …

Water in State’s Snowpack Remains above Average

Water in State's Snowpack Remains above Average

As new storms blow in this week, the Department of Water Resources said that winter storms have brought the state’s Sierra snowpack to 124 percent of normal. DWS said on Tuesday that its hydrologists’ third …

Island Party Warms The Mountain

Island Party Warms The Mountain

One-year-old Bre’Anna Lewis was the focus of a large, traditional Marshal Islands celebration Saturday, Feb. 26 in Frazier Park. Over 100 people came from faraway places such as Hawaii, Arkansas, Sacramento, Porterville, Costa Mesa and …

Trustees Support Tax Vote

Trustees Support Tax Vote

Pink Slips to 8 More Teachers

By Patric Hedlund

By March 15, eight more teachers of El Tejon Unified School District will receive pink slips. State law requires they be notified that worsening budget conditions …

Tribute to Dale Chitwood at Wind Wolves Preserve

Tribute to Dale Chitwood at Wind Wolves Preserve

Tribute to Dale (see photos from Wind Wolves Preserve memorial, at right) February 16, 2011 Dear Editor: Dale Chitwood passed away yesterday. Others will share how he was the steward of oak trees at Wind …

COMMUNITY CALENDAR: Upcoming & Ongoing

March and Ongoing

  • The Wild Watchers Nature & Art Club teaches grade 3-6 students to paint wildlife. Call Michelle Nosco at 661-803-7744 or email for more details.
  • Book Fair at Frazier Park School …

News and Features

Drumline and Cheer Teams Compete Saturday, March 5

Come Cheer Them On! By Stacy Balbona, Drumline Co-Advisor

The Frazier Mountain High School Drumline is headed to their first competition at the Pep & Pageantry Arts Association of Central California (PPAACC) this Saturday, March ...

What If the Government Shuts Down?

Patric Hedlund

As we go to press, politicians in Washington D.C. have just decided to extend funding to allow the federal government to continue operating for two more weeks. A debate is being waged about ...

The Wild Watchers Nature and Art Club Is Beginning

The Wild Watchers Nature and Art Club is open to all students, homeschooled, public and charter. Students create large paintings of plants and animals native to our mountains.

The club meets Wednesdays from 2:30-3:45 p.m. ...