New Water Use Regulations Coming?

Big Bear, CA, Sept. 11, 2014 - Governor Brown is expected to sign several bills, approved by the state legislature, into law this month, requiring local agencies to set up long term groundwater management plans. These new laws would allow state and local governments to intervene in groundwater use if necessary. California draws close to 60 … [Read more...]

The remnants of Hurricane Norbert cause flooding concern

Big Bear City, CA, September 7, 2014 - A Flash Flood Watch continues through Monday for local mountains, deserts and inland valleys. The main threat of flooding will be in steep canyons and in foothills in the afternoons and evenings. To help ensure public safety, forest officials have temporarily closed recreation areas near Forest Falls through … [Read more...]

Flood Watch Prompts Trail Closures

Forest Falls, CA, September 7, 2014 – As Tropical Storm Norbert moves northwest off the coast of Baja California this weekend, the National Weather Service is warning of widespread thunderstorms. The showers are forecast to start late Saturday night and continue through Monday night over Southern California.  Heavy precipitation could pose a … [Read more...]

Wildlife in the Big Bear Valley

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Big Bear, CA, Sept. 6, 2014 - Wild animals are a fairly common sight in the Big Bear Valley and surrounding mountains. Squirrels, chipmunks, raccoons, and even coyotes are seen every day. There are other animals that we share our home with that we are rarely lucky enough to see. Big Bear was named after the huge Grizzly Bears that roamed the … [Read more...]

Hino Resigns as CEO of Bear Valley Community Healthcare District

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Big Bear Lake, CA - It was announced by Sara Russ the Hospital Board President, that Raymond Hino, Bear Valley Community Healthcare CEO has submitted his resignation effective on October 17, 2014. In a written statement Hino said “I want the entire Board to know that I am very appreciative to each of you for giving me the opportunity to lead this … [Read more...]

Busy Labor Day Weekend in the Valley

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Big Bear, CA, Sept. 4, 2014 - As the unofficial end of the summer season, Labor Day Weekend and all the visitors it brings to the valley is something local businesses in Big Bear look forward to every year. Judging by the never ending line of traffic heading west from Big Bear City towards Big Bear Lake and the checkout lines at the grocery store, … [Read more...]

Death at Dock is Under Investigation

Big Bear Lake, CA, September 3, 2014 - The Labor Day Weekend boosted the local economy by bringing plenty of tourists into town, but the holiday was not without its accidents. On Saturday evening, the Big Bear Sheriff’s Station responded to a report of a body in the lake off Waterview Drive, between Boulder Bay and Metcalf Bay. Deputies found … [Read more...]

Christopher Glass Reported Missing

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Big Bear City, CA, August 31, 2014 - The Big Bear Sheriff’s Station is asking the public to be on the lookout for a voluntary missing person. On Friday, the family of 32-year-old Christopher Glass filed a missing persons report and said he was last seen July 28 at his residence on Lark Drive in Big Bear Lake. It’s not known if he is currently … [Read more...]

Identify Theft Operation Exposed in Big Bear City

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Big Bear City, CA, August 31, 2014 - The Big Bear Sheriff’s Station has one suspect in custody in a mail theft case, and is actively searching for the second suspect. During the course of investigation, a vehicle was identified as possibly being driven by the suspects. On August 28 at approximately 2:30 a.m., deputies spotted the vehicle driving … [Read more...]

Historical Reenactment Open to Public This Weekend

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Holcomb Valley, CA, August 30, 2014 - In the early 1800s, thousands of mountain men roamed the wilderness and marked trails on the American frontier west of the Mississippi river. They were often isolated in the winter months, so they adopted Native American survival techniques and when the spring thaw came, they’d rendezvous to trade supplies, … [Read more...]