UPDATE: Due to the incoming storm and the already-limited parking conditions prompted by storms earlier this week, the Big Bear and Lake Arrowhead counts have been canceled. The counts at Lake Hemet, Silverwood Lake and Lake Perris are still scheduled. Additionally, the 11 a.m. bald eagle talk at the Big Bear Discovery Center is also still scheduled. Big Bear, CA - The live … [Read more...] about UPDATE: EAGLE COUNT POSTPONED DUE TO WEATHER – Big Bear Bald Eagles Are Mating.
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Rick Herrick - (Richard Tieman Herrick, Jr.was first elected to the Big Bear Lake City Council in November 2006, then re-elected in 2010 and, again in 2014 for his third term in office. He currently serves as Chairman of the Big Bear Fire Department, Big Bear Fire District and the Nay Zoo Foundation. He has previously served as Mayor and Mayor Pro-Tem along with … [Read more...] about KBHR – Big Bear News – Staff
Big Bear Lake, CA, March 16, 2012, noon - Winter storms have been sporadic this year, but K-BEAR Meteorologist Ben Brissey says there’s a big one projected for this weekend that could bring several inches of snow. So if you must get in your car and travel anywhere in the mountains this weekend, Caltrans has a few helpful tips to make your drive a safe and enjoyable one. Fill up … [Read more...] about Mountain Travel Tips For Driving In Winter Weather
Big Bear, Ca, June 15, 2011, 3:00pm - Great news for motorists who have been waiting for Highway 330 to open! According to Terri Kasinga, Public Information Officer with CalTrans, Highway 330 is set to open permanently to two-way traffic after the recognition ceremony on Friday, June 17th. Kasinga told KBHR that flagging will still occur while repairs are being finalized, and … [Read more...] about BREAKING NEWS: Highway 330 Set To Open Friday Evening
Big Bear Valley, CA -- We received another dusting of snow last night, making for a snowfall every week in April, including the eight-or-so inches we received on Earth Day. Valley-wide snow totals remain at roughly 127 inches (or well over 10 feet) for the season, which more than doubles the yearly average of 62 inches. Though additional snowfall is not likely today, the Big … [Read more...] about More Snow! National Weather Service Extends Wind Advisory for Big Bear Area