9.5 Teaching Positions Cut

9.5 Teaching Positions Cut

Trustees Hear Passionate Pleas for ‘A New Way’

• High School Principal May Step Down

By Patric Hedlund

“There is a bit of a stun factor going on here. It is hard for all of …

The FP Grabs Raves…and Puzzled Questions

The FP Grabs Raves...and Puzzled Questions

‘Silly, Filthy and Utterly Unique’

The talented Trost family of Lebec took their first feature film, The FP, along with Mountain Community friends and collaborators to the ultracool SXSW (South by Southwest) music and film …

‘Live Local’ Survey Winners Announced

The Mountain Enterprise staff

Is your name among the 79 winners of the ‘Live Local’ raffle? A strong response greeted the survey about shopping habits of Mountain Community residents.

The results were surprising, and we’ll …

COMMUNITY CALENDAR: Upcoming & Ongoing

March and Ongoing

  • Girl Scouts will start delivering cookies and setting up booths outside local businesses. They will also collect your non-perishable food donations for the local food cupboard.
  • The Wild Watchers Nature & …

Breaking News: CHP Pacing Traffic Over Grapevine

LEBEC, CA (Wednesday, March 23, 2011 at 5:30 p.m.)–According to Caltrans CHP is currently pacing traffic over the Grapevine due to snowy conditions.

LEBEC, CA (Wednesday, March 23, 2011 at 8:30 p.m.)–According to Caltrans CHP …

News and Features

Japanese Tragedy Raises Local Earthquake Questions

The tragedy in Japan puts the issue of disaster preparedness in the forefront of concerns here at home. The Mountain Communities are in one of the world’s most vulnerable seismic locations. The Pacific Tectonic Plate ...

What Links Plants and Quakes?

Can geologists take cues from plants to confirm the history, location and propagation of earthquakes?

This topic will be explored at the Saturday, April 2 meeting of the Condor Group of the Sierra Club.

Deiter ...

Mountain Shakes Seeks Actors

By Kat Fair

Auditions are being held Friday and Saturday, March 25- 26 for Shakespeare’s renowned romantic tragedy Romeo and Juliet and a fast-paced British farce, Bullshot Crummond.

The Mountain Shakespeare Festival is gearing up ...

New High School Art Contest Opens for Mountain Students

All high school students are invited to enter “An Artistic Discovery” Congressional Art Competition.

The deadline for submission is Monday, April 25. Entries will be accepted at the Bakersfield office of 22nd Congressional District Representative ...

Over 100 Homes Still Lack Power

FRAZIER PARK (March 24, 2011 at 5 p.m.)—Southern California Edison reports that there are still over 100 mountain residents without power. Spots in Pinon Pines, Pine Mountain and Lockwood Valley all report homes without electricity.