Blood Drive Set for Saturday, Dec. 6
By Gary Meyer and Patric Hedlund
“I cried a gallon of tears for every ten gallons of gas,” Bill Day said Saturday about his journey from Arkansas to …
The blood drive to benefit Gigi Day Saturday, Dec. 6 was such a success that the crew of Houchin’s Mobile Blood Bank doubled their anticipated four-hour visit to a full eight hours in The Mountain …
‘You Can Make the Difference’
Reported by Laura Olney, McCASA member
The safety of our youth is the subject of a community survey being launched by the Mountain Communities Coalition Against Substance Abuse (McCASA). It …
If I Were a Humbug
By Michelle Maga, for kids of all ages
If I were a humbug, Oh! The things I could do, I’d sail through the air on wings of bright blue. When …
News To Use From The Mountain Enterprise
Storms and wild winter weather bring with them a list of hazards that are less threatening when you are prepared. Black ice, rock slides, obscured visibility, tule fogs, …
By Patric Hedlund
National pundits and ivory tower think tanks are finally admitting this week what most ordinary workers and small business people have known since last fall: the U.S. economy is in a recession. …
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Now through Wednesday, Dec. 10
- Mountain Christmas Giving Project: No donation too small. Call 245-4711 for a list of donation locations, or mail check donations to POB …
By Patric Hedlund
At noon on Monday, Dec. 1 Brenda Melech’s sister and brother were still waiting for confirmation from the Kern County Coroner’s office regarding positive identification of the remains found in Lake ...
On Tuesday, Dec. 2 Becky Napier of The Kern County Parks and Recreation Department announced the department “is developing its first ever Master Plan.”
The new Kern County Parks Master Plan, she said, “will guide ...
By Kat Fair
Remember the White Rabbit? Remember Alice falling down a hole into a very odd world of talking flowers and disappearing cats? It all comes to a local stage for family holiday entertainment ...
By Robert Grubb
Members from the U.S. Forest Service Fire Management staff will be holding a recruitment meeting for the Wildland Fire Science class at Frazier Mountain High School on December 9 at 11:50 a.m....
D o you have some free time that you are willing to give for work that is rich in a sense of pride and accomplishment? Do you want to perform a community service that makes ...
Calendar and Announcements
- The Mountain Ride: Carpools Needed December 5, 2008
- Enterprise on the Road: Taryn Marcott in Douglasville, Georgia
- Veteran Loses Dog In Grapevine Crash
- Grapevine Winter Jousting Series Update
- Jupiter, Venus and the Moon: Stellar Spectacular
- Join the Fantasy of Lights Spirit of Christmas Parade
- Author Signs Civil War Spy Novel in Pine Mountain
- Don’t Miss These Last Minute Tax Breaks
- King’s Thanksgiving Journey
- You Are Part of the Solution: School Site Council meetings, FMHS After School Tutorials
- USFS Controlled Burns to Begin This Month
- ‘A Big Hello From Our Small Town’ Is Back
- Tournament To Benefit Boys & Girls Club