Breaking News: Wildfire Awareness Expo on May 3

FRAZIER PARK, CA—(Tuesday, April 22, 2014 at 4:20 p.m.) The Kern County Fire Department has released an announcement about a Wildfire Awareness Expo in Frazier Park to provide valuable information on wildfire awareness, hazard reduction, …

Second ‘condor pass’ given by Feds

Second ‘condor pass' given by Feds

Kern wind turbine farm gets permit to kill California Condor just after Tejon Ranch ‘incidental take’ permit this month

By Patric Hedlund

This is Condor Country. If you live here, it is likely you’ve had the breathtaking privilege of seeing the largest soaring bird in North

Dangerous intersection has a deadly past

Dangerous intersection has a deadly past

Two new accidents this month are a warning to slow down

By Patric Hedlund

You know the intersection. It is the western corner of Frazier Mountain Park Road and Mt. Pinos Way, where a roadside shrine is watched over by a carved wooden bear.

In June 2005, a green Jeep Cherokee traveling eastbound on Frazier Mountain Park Road had came to a

Are You Quake Ready?

Saturday, June 1
10 a.m.- Noon at
Frazier Park Library

A lively workshop to help families prepare for an earthquake event will be held 10 a.m. to noon this Saturday, June 1 at the Frazier Park Library.
Enjoy free raffles with show-and-tell fun and equipment to view while learning how to keep yourself and your family safe.

Debbie Turner from the Rotary Club of Frazier Park and the Mountain Communities will moderate a lively panel.

Teens take on ancient Greek tales

Teens take on ancient Greek tales

Saturday, June 1 at 5 p.m., Frazier Park Library

Those ever- unpredictable, ever-lyrical and ever-combative Greeks are at it again. Last week at the Frazier Park Library a cast of talented teens took on the roles in Sophocles’ Antigone, translated by Anna Krajewska-Wieczorek

Any dictator would love an appointed MAC

Any dictator would love an appointed MAC

By Linda MacKay

I invested a lot of time while living in Lebec trying to help make a fair representative body for the region. 

Of course the MCMAC, just like the former Mountain Communities Town Council, has no real decision-making power—other than the recommendations they make as a body to the powers who directly impact the Mountain Com-munities with their decisions.