Breaking News: Major Injury Accident Closes Hwy 138

GORMAN/NEENACH (Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2010, 4:22 p.m.)—CHP estimates road closures to remain in place until approximately 11:30 p.m.

GORMAN/NEENACH (Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2010, 4:22 p.m.)—The Los Angeles Times is reporting two fatalities in the collision.

A Cruise to Remember

A Cruise to Remember

Yes, On That Ship

On Monday, Nov. 8 an engine room fire knocked out all electricity to the Carnival Splendor cruise ship. The Sparks of Frazier Park were on board.

By Sharon Sparks

Whenever I …

More Park Oaks To Be Cut Down

By Patric Hedlund

Three more heritage oak trees are to be removed from Frazier Mountain Park because they are unhealthy and pose a potential danger, according to an arborist hired by Kern County to assess …

Pop Top Treasure

Pop Top Treasure

By Sara Woerter

Martin and Rose Kegel began saving aluminum pull tabs (or ‘pop tops’) for the Ronald McDonald House (RMH) last year. The Frazier Park couple mentioned their goal to their grandchildren in Ohio.

Holiday Faire Seeks Performers

This is a call to all performers: drumlines, cheerleaders, bands, choirs, magicians, dancers and more. Would you like to perform on stage during the pre-parade Holiday Faire Saturday, Dec. 4?

Contact the Chamber of Commerce …

Soccer Highlights

Soccer Highlights

U-12 Legacy vs. Burgundy Beasts By Wendy Watson

Saturday Oct. 30 brought a beautiful cloud-filled sky to the soccer fields at El Tejon School. Our U-12 teams were charged and ready to go as Legacy …

See New Slideshow of Lady Falcons’ Championship Game

Varsity Champions By Patric Hedlund

“We are first place in the High Desert League,” Frazier Mountain High School varsity volleyball coach Sharon Lemburg announced after the FMHS Falcons played a challenging set of games against …

News and Features

Snow on Mountain, Drive Carefully

PINE MOUNTAIN, LEBEC (Monday, Nov. 22, 2010, 3:41 a.m.)—Skies are clear and roads are plowed from Pine Mountain through to the Grapevine. Interstate 5 is clear. Bright sun on Sunday melted much of the snow ...

The Mountain Enterprise On Top of the World

By Richard Quinn

To prepare to climb Mount Whitney, I trained by alternating between hiking from the Mil Potrero ‘Y’ to the top of Mount Pinos and hiking from the Chuchupate Ranger Station to the ...

School Building Cost Overruns Get Emotional

Reported by Pam Sturdevant with Patric Hedlund

Expulsion hearings for high school students extended the El Tejon Unified School Board’s closed executive session to nearly three hours long on Wednesday, Nov. 10. The public session ...

Does Anybody Care?

Part Two • Read Part One

By Patric Hedlund

Experts Say It Will Take a Community To Stop Bullying and Cyberbullying

“Sometimes you don’t know until you get the suicide note…. ...

Car Thieves Busy In Frazier Park

Reported by Gary Meyer

Sergeant Mark Brown reports that between 12 midnight and 7 a.m. of Tuesday, Nov. 16, there were two auto thefts in Frazier Park and several other attempts at “grand theft auto.”


Three Hit and Runs

On Saturday, Nov. 13 California Highway Patrol reported a woman, Cory Barrientos, 41 was riding a bicycle on Lebec Road about 10 p.m. She said she was hit by a white van. She did not ...