Weary neighbors ask Watchdogs to help with wolves

By Patric Hedlund

Ellsworth ‘Eli’ Meigs is a veteran diagnosed with PTSD. He came to a meeting with the TriCounty Watchdogs last Sunday wearing a ‘Wolves and Warriors’ T-shirt. It shows a noble flag and …

Big plans for Veterans Day — Monday, 11/11 at 11 a.m.

Veterans Day at the Cody Prosser Veterans Memorial in Frazier Mountain Park next Monday will host music, a dance salute, thoughtful speakers, hot dogs and several special surprises.

“11-11-11” is the magic phrase around VFW …

Halloween Win Ties League Champs

Halloween Win Ties League Champs

By Coach Sharon Lemburg

On Halloween Night, the Falcons won against Bishop to tie the High Desert League championship. In the first meet at Bishop—just two weeks prior—the Falcons lost in a very close five-game …

Call to snowbound commuters

November 2, 2013 Dear Editor:

Beginning with the article titled “Mountain resident seeks plan for I-5 closures [October 18, 2013 issue of The Mountain Enterprise] and then followed by “CHP’s open door” [letter to the …

Fun new dinner theater comedy opens

Fun new dinner theater comedy opens

By Alexa Hamilton

The menu for a new dinner theater offered by Mountain Theatre Alliance this month is a fast-paced riot of a farce, “Lend Me a Tenor,” written by Ken Ludwig. On Broadway it …

Toys for Tots saved for local families

Toys for Tots saved for local families

Deadline for signups is Dec. 2 at noon

By Amy Crippen

The Mountain Communities Family Resource Center (MCFRC) will be signing up families for the Toys for Tots program this month.

Toys for Tots …

News and Features

Tejon Ranch plans 12,000 homes at base of Grapevine

Tejon Ranch Company (TRC) has submitted an application for permits and changes to the Kern County General Plan to create an 8,000 acre phased development around its growing Tejon Industrial Complex (now referred to as ...