5/17/2015: At about 5:35 a.m. on Sunday, May 17 a head-on collection occurred on Highway 138 near Ranstall Road in the West Cajon Valley. An alleged drunk driver who was arrested following the crash left an 18-year-old female passenger dead and three other injured.Read complete story - CLCK HERE
5/16/2015: 33rdDistrict Assemblyman Jay Obernolte, State Senator Sharon Runner and Board of Equalization Member George Runner spoke to a crowd of Oak Hills residents at the Summit Inn. He though it was important to all Californians to fight this hidden tax ie, Fire Fees (Bill AB203). .Read complete story - CLCK HERE
5/18/2015: Phelan Certified Farmers Market was awarded the EBT Market Match Grant via the USDA Food Insecurity Nutrition Incentive Program on April 1, 2015. The Phelan Certified Farmers Market was the only San Bernardino County partner in the $3.7 million grant awarded to their parent entity,. .Read complete story - CLCK HERE
5/15/2015: Wrightwood Pine Needles Quilt Guild members always do well in the competition at the San Bernardino County Fair, and this year Rose Burcher topped the County for the second time by winning the “Best of Show” award for her quilt, “Amazon Star.” .Read complete story - CLCK HERE
5/16/2015: The storms of the past two weekends coupled with the huge jump in numbers of hikers on the trail this year Wrightwood residents, who perhaps never knew the term existed, became “Trail Angels.” .Read complete story - CLCK HERE
5/14/2015: Phelan resident Mike Simpson Rogers voicing concerns about mail issues at the Phelan Post Office joined in the conversation with Phelan Postmaster Victor Maldonado, Mike Dawson of the Postal Inspector General’s office and Postal Inspector Lisa Cummings at a recent public meeting. .Read complete story - CLCK HERE
5/14 • Caltrans held their second Hwy 138 Taskforce meeting to a group of residents from Wrightwood, Phelan. The roadway widening will be to four lanes with a 14-ft median. Some residents voiced concerns about left turns onto existing road intersections that currently do not have turn pockets. Read complete story - CLCK HERE
5/14 • Wildfire and Disaster Awareness Day educates community. Vivian Null Park, children were treated to an obstacle course. Members of Explorer Post 351 from Phelan used the exercise to stress the importance of staying low to avoid smoke, CERT had their new Firefighter Rehab Unit on display. Wrightwood Fire Safe Council demonstrated and sold garden hose fire nozzles. Read complete story - CLCK HERE
5/14 • Snowline Board of Trustees honored and thanked 38 students for their contribution of artwork. Their works remain on display within the boardroom. Assistant Superintendent Ryan Holman commented that the artwork came from students throughout the district and at different grade levels. Read complete story - CLCK HERE
• Serrano is not just another baseball team. They have proven themselves to be practically unbeatable. Serrano has already secured home field advantage for the Mojave River League playoffs, which begin next Friday. Read complete story - CLCK HERE
5/14 • The grand opening of Something Old Something New on Park took place. Claire Demetre, entrepreneur, is the new owner of the well-established shop. .Read complete story - CLCK HERE
Historic Sanford Trail: Members of the Billy Holcomb Chapter of the E Camous Vitus honored the efforts of the Wagon Train Ranch & Co for their efforts to bring the historic Sanford Trail back from the past with a monument placed on the trail at a site within the ranch.
5/14 • Cedar Street Craftiques and Collectibles and the Cedar Lodge Motel, one of just a handful of small business retail shops in Wrightwood, is marking their one year anniversary.Read complete story - CLCK HERE
Something Old • Something New: After several weeks of extensive remodeling, the Something Old • Something New store is ready to reopen. The Grand Reopening is scheduled for May 9th. Located at 6009 Park Dr., Wrightwood, the renovated store restocked its shelves with new merchandise.