Category: Community

Sugarloaf Resident Arrested for Possession of Stolen Property and Drug Paraphernalia

Big Bear, CA –  On Monday, April 3, at about 2:00 a.m., Deputy Llamas from the Big Bear Station contacted 26 year old Robert Allen Standard at a business located in the 100 block of Maple Lane in Sugarloaf. Standard was found to be in possession of several coins that appeared to belong in a coin collection and not used for currency. Six of the coins were 1964 and older silver quarters and one was a gold colored Mercury Commemorative Dime. A brown Fuji digital point and shoot camera was also located. Inside of his backpack, several blank checks,...

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Spring Break Ski Camp

Big Bear, CA – Longtime Snow Summit CEO and innovator, Dick Kun, brought the joy of skiing to the residents of Big Bear as well as all of Southern California. One of his passions was getting the local kids on the slopes at an early age and exposing them to a lifelong love of skiing. In honor of his legacy, donations have been made to fund the Dick Kun Kid’s Ski Camp. The camp begins on Monday, April 3rd, and ends on Friday, April 7th, and is open to kids in grades 3-7. It runs from 8:30am to noon...

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SoCal Mountains Foundation Recruiting for AmeriCorps Service Crews

Big Bear, CA – The Southern California Mountains Foundation Urban Conservation Corps AmeriCorps program is now recruiting individuals ages 18-25 years old that want to serve for 6 months on a service crew that will help restore and protect the San Bernardino National Forest. AmeriCorps service crew members will provide wildfire disaster mitigation services that will target some of the most hazardous areas on the San Bernardino National Forest that are at the highest risk of wildfires due to the current drought conditions in California. Members of the AmeriCorps program will also recruit and train over 1,000 volunteers from the...

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ALERT: Credit Card Skimming Operation in Big Bear

3/23 UPDATE:REQUEST FOR PUBLIC ASSISTANCE The Big Bear Sheriff’s Station continues to receive a high volume of reports of fraudulent credit card use. They are currently working with a Specialized Division of the Sheriff’s Department and financial institutions including banks and credit card companies to pinpoint the source of the fraud. If you live in or recently visited the Big Bear area and have been a victim of fraudulent charges on your bank or credit card, you are urged to contact the Big Bear Sheriff’s Station to make a report. Reported information greatly assists them as they develop investigative...

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Financial Assistance Available to Forest Landowners

Big Bear, CA – Over the last several years California has experienced abnormally dry conditions. These conditions have fueled wildfires that are challenging our natural resources. The Natural Resources Conservation Service has federal funding for forestland owners that are experiencing dead trees, trees threatened by beetles and other pests, and thick understory that poses wildfire risk. On Saturday, March 18th, at the Big Bear Discovery Center from 9:00 – 11:00am, there will be an opportunity to learn more about forest health and opportunities to apply for funding to protect your forestland. There will be representatives from several agencies such as...

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