Blood Alley: What are the proposed Highway 138 changes?

‘Blood Alley’ is the nickname for Highway 138. The two-lane highway through the Western Antelope Valley serves Neenach, Holiday Valley, Fairmont and Antelope Acres, but has a reputation for serious accidents.

On August 5, Neenach …

‘We need our substation,’ crowd says

‘We need our substation,’ crowd says

By Patric Hedlund, TME

A crowd of over 165 mountain residents made a strong case to Kern County Supervisor David Couch and Sheriff Donny Youngblood last weekend that the sheriff’s substation in Frazier Park is …

As water recedes, mystery grows

As water recedes, mystery grows

By Patric Hedlund, TME

The lovely little pond at the heart of Frazier Mountain Park became the center of a mystery this month. Fiesta Days was unable to hold the town’s annual fishing derby August …

Subscribers can place Classified ads for FREE!

Subscribers can place Classified ads for FREE!

FRAZIER PARK, CA (Friday, Oct. 30, 2015 at 1:31 p.m.)—The Mountain Enterprise has announced that subscribers now receive one free non-commercial classified ad per week. This provides a savings of up to $312 per year …

12,000 new homes proposed for Grapevine project

12,000 new homes proposed for Grapevine project

UPDATE: July 1, 2016—A workshop on the Grapevine project will be held 6-8 p.m. Thursday, July 7 at the Frazier Park Library. All are encouraged to attend. The deadline for submission is July 14 for …

Gratuitous Service Agreement? What is that?

Gratuitous Service Agreement? What is that?

People who want to help restore and maintain Frazier Mountain Park as a jewel at the center of the Mountain Communities, are asked by the Friends of Frazier Mountain Park to sign an agreement with …

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‘We need our substation,’ crowd says

By Patric Hedlund, TME

A crowd of over 165 mountain residents made a strong case to Kern County Supervisor David Couch and Sheriff Donny Youngblood last weekend that the sheriff’s substation in Frazier Park is ...

As water recedes, mystery grows

By Patric Hedlund, TME

The lovely little pond at the heart of Frazier Mountain Park became the center of a mystery this month. Fiesta Days was unable to hold the town’s annual fishing derby August ...