News Alert: Water Service to Lebec Restored

LEBEC (Monday, August 4, 2008 at 10:30 a.m.) — According to Santana from Santana’s Pumping & Plumbing, water service was restored at about 2 p.m. on Friday, August 1.

LEBEC (Friday, August 1 at 12:28 …

Being the Duke

Being the Duke

By Charlotte Van Houten

Hi, my name is Charlotte Van Houten and I’m nine and a half years old. I played the Duke of Ephesus in the Mountain Shakespeare Festival production of “The Comedy of …

Chino Hills 5.4 Quake Rocks Hill

At 11:42 a.m. Tuesday, July 29 many in the Mountain Communities felt a twisting jolt that was unmistakable.

By Megan Blaney, San Bernardino County PIO

According to the U.S. Geologic Survey, a 5.4 earthquake—first reported …

11-Year-Old Runaway Leads CHP On 100 mph I-5 Chase

A wild chase on the Interstate 5 on Friday, July 25 led Fort Tejon’s California Highway Patrol officers into hot pursuit of an unlikely driver. Witnesses reported a very short white male, appearing to be …

News and Features

It’s Historic: Paramedics To Be on Ballot

By Patric Hedlund with reporting by Frances Durocher and Edie Stafford

Pine Mountain has won the right to vote on a historic measure in the November general election. If two-thirds of those voting agree to ...

Fiesta Days, It is Celebration

—the music, mischief, great food, big laughs, old friends, new friends and wide visions—that binds our mountain people together to remind us who we are and what we share

By Patric Hedlund, Editor, The Mountain ...

Fiesta Days History

By Kitty Jo Nelson

How it all began

In 1965, when our family moved to the mountains, there were two retired doctors available a few hours a day. No pharmacy. No clinic. There was a ...

Few Hats In Ring for ETUSD Trustees

Six-Year Incumbent Seeks Another Term By Patric Hedlund

There is still time, but just barely. If you want to help govern the most powerful public institution on the mountain, you have until Friday, Aug. 8 ...