Llamas Allegedly Killed by Free-Roaming Pit Bulls

Llamas Allegedly Killed by Free-Roaming Pit Bulls

By staff of The Mountain Enterprise

Sigmund Lichter of Frazier Park reported Friday, Jan. 13 that two of his llama herd were attacked and killed from 8:20-8:40 a.m. by freeroaming pit bulls that entered his …

FMHS Honor Roll Announced

Frazier Mountain High School Principal Anthony Saba announced that 25 percent of the students at FMHS made the honor roll during the first semester of the 2011- 2012 school year. There is a Principal’s Honor …

Investigation of Post Office Burglary Moving Slowly

A Bakersfield man now serving jail time for possession of stolen property may be implicated in burglaries of the Pine Mountain Village Post Office. The facility was burgled on Halloween night and again a few …

News and Features

Two Local Fires Are a Reminder of Dry Conditions

By Gary Meyer

Fires in Lockwood Valley and on Mt. Pinos this week served to remind everyone about how dry the forest has become without sufficient rain or snow.

Mount Pinos

On Sunday, Jan. 15 ...

Trial Date Set for Tasered Man

By Gary Meyer

According to Kern County Superior Court records, Phillip Turner was arraigned Thursday, Jan. 12 on a felony charge of possession of firearm by a felon and a misdemeanor charge of resisting arrest.


Fire Response Limits Damage to Home

On Saturday, Jan. 14 at about 6:16 a.m. nine Kern County fire fighters from Stations 58, 57 and 56 responded to a reported structure fire in the 1600 block of Freeman Court in Pine Mountain.


Gasps Greet a Dramatic Win

By Tony Levesque, Mountain Enterprise Intern

The Falcon basketball teams started High Desert League play last week, fighting the Desert Scorpions of Edwards Air Force Base and the Bishop Broncos.

On Tuesday, Jan. 10 the ...