Big Bear Comes Together for Boys High School Soccer

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Big Bear, CA, April 14, 2015 - At a reception at Jay and Heather Obernolte's home on Saturday, April 11, a group of dedicated parents, students, and others saw their dream of a High School boys soccer team become a reality. A few months ago, some folks had the idea to create a soccer team for the boys at BBHS and started the process of raising the … [Read more...]

BVUSD Girl’s Choir Sweeps Show Choir Competition

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Big Bear, CA, March 12, 2015 - Altitude Adrenaline, formerly the Aquila Ensemble, is an after school competition show choir sponsored by Bear Valley Unified School District. It is open to girls grades four through eight from the three elementary schools and Big Bear Middle School. On Friday, March 6, Altitude Adrenaline swept the Cypress Star … [Read more...]

Bear Valley Unified School District Board Appoints a New Member

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Big Bear Lake, CA, February 11, 2015 - Following Monday’s Special Board Meeting of the Bear Valley Unified School District, the Board appointed new member, Cathy Herrick to fill the seat vacated by Dr. Ken Turney’s sudden passing.  Candidates Herrick and Elaine Tennity were interviewed in a public meeting prior to voting.  Following about an … [Read more...]

STEM Students One Step Closer to National Title in APP Challenge

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Big Bear, CA, January 16, 2015 - It was just announced this morning that Brandon McIlrevy, Sydney Peterson, Madeleine Boone, Luke Hannan, and Mckinley Warren of Nate Haston's Big Bear Middle School STEM class have moved one step closer to having the app they designed become a reality. Last week they found out they won Best in California for the … [Read more...]

Valley Mourns the Loss of Dr. Ken Turney

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Big Bear, CA, January 8, 2015 - On January 6, longtime Big Bear Valley resident Dr. Ken Turney passed away. Dr. Turney, a local dentist and member of the Bear Valley Unified School District's board of trustees for more than 35 years, touched many lives and was very passionate about the students in our valley. According to Bev Grabe, school board … [Read more...]

BBHS Football @ Templeton Streaming Live Tonight

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Big Bear, CA, November 21, 2014 - The Big Bear High School football team travels over 300 miles today to play Templeton High school in the second round of the 2014 CIF Southern Section High School Football playoffs. The Big Bear @ Templeton game has been selected by Fox Sports West to air on their web PREP ZONE platform LIVE tonight at 7:30 p.m. … [Read more...]

Thursday’s Assault Suspect Arrested

Big Bear Lake, CA, October 24, 2014 -During the course of follow up investigation, deputies from the Big Bear Sheriff’s Station identified the suspect of yesterday’s suspicious circumstances as 59-year-old Nelson Nodar.  Shortly after noon today, deputies contacted Nodar at his residence in Sugarloaf.  Nodar was taken into custody without … [Read more...]

Assault Suspect Being Sought Near High School

Big Bear Lake, CA, October 23, 2014 –  Today at approximately 2:30 p.m., deputies of the Big Bear Sheriff’s Station responded to a report of suspicious circumstances occurring in the vicinity of Big Bear High School.  An unknown Hispanic male adult riding a beach cruiser-style bicycle attempted to grab a 16-year-old female student by the arm … [Read more...]

With Declining Enrollment and Aging Buildings, School District May Close Elementary School

Big Bear City, CA, August 26, 2014 -- (Written by Cathy Herrick) The Bear Valley Unified School District (BVUSD ) held a Board Workshop meeting last week.  Discussion included an overview of the district’s facilities in terms of maintenance and operations.  The Board is exploring options in moving the District forward in light of 17 years of … [Read more...]

School District Launches Pilot Program for Vertical Farming

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Big Bear City, CA, August 11, 2014 - The Big Bear Valley is keeping step with what’s become a national mainstream trend: growing local, organic food. Last April, educator Stephen Ritz brought his message of healing the food system to the annual Lighthouse Summit--inspiring many audience members to ditch fast food in favor of more fresh produce. … [Read more...]