Battle to save lives and dreams grows

Battle to save lives and dreams grows

‘Be a hero, make the call’ campaign wins more allies

By Heather Conover and Patric Hedlund

Handshakes, congratulations and hugs were being passed around on a beautiful, sunny afternoon in Frazier Mountain Park on Thursday, …

SWAT team called in as family barricaded in home

SWAT team called in as family barricaded in home

By Mountain Enterprise staff

A husband barricaded his family inside their Lomita Trail home in Frazier Park about 1:45 a.m. Monday, Sept. 17.

David Medina, 46 asked his wife to call 911 to report unknown …

Public considers future of ETUSD schools

Part Three

By Patric Hedlund

An Olympic-sized swimming pool and a theater for the high school; iPads in place of textbooks and vocational training programs were among suggestions for the future of local schools proposed …

News and Features

2011 FMHS grad dies in Frazier Park

By Patric Hedlund

Friends and neighbors are providing support to the family of Rob Davis, 19 this week. He was found at his home, dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound on Wednesday, Sept. 12 at ...

Grant Ideas Sought

Locally, The Mountain Communities Small Business Development Center (SBDC), Family Resource Center and TriCounty Watchdogs are all previous recipients of grants from the Women’s and Girls’ Fund. A new grant cycle has begun.—Editor

By Judi ...

Friends of the Library

Friends of the Library (FOL) in Frazier Park is launching a subscription sponsorship program. “We will pay for the renewal of current periodical subscriptions and solicit additional subscriptions,” Cliff Brunk said. FOL invites local businesses ...

Shelter on the Hill Wine and Cheese Fundraiser

The Shelter on the Hill (SOTH) party Saturday, Sept.15 included music, wine and cheese, with silent and active auctions. It was a well-attended event in the Tejon Ranch vineyard. SOTH has been raising funds for ...