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Maria Rojas wants to thank Big Bear. The co-owner of Sonora Cantina and Old Country Inn, along with her husband, Gabriel, is grateful to the community not only for business success but for the unplanned joy in life she has found after moving to Big Bear more than 27 years ago.

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More than 450 mountain bikers made the trip to Big Bear May 30-31 for the first of two Big Bear Shoot Out competitions. The event featured enduro, cross-country and endurance mountain biking on south shore trails between Snow Summit and Bear Mountain resorts.

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If the needle on your gas gauge is pointing toward empty, yours isn't the only one. The Valero station on the corner of Big Bear Boulevard and Pine Knot Avenue found itself with empty tanks a few days after a very busy Memorial Day holiday weekend.

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The Big Bear Chamber of Commerce honors Dick Kun and Big Bear Mountain Resorts with the first-ever Summit Award as part of the Excellence in Business Awards ceremony Tuesday, June 2. The award honors the resort’s accomplishments and contributions to Big Bear Valley’s economic growth under th…

Rex K. Dalby's LONG OVERDUE MEMORIAL and CELEBRATION OF LIFE w…

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There’s the saying that says something like if you find yourself with lemons, make lemonade. Bear Valley Unified School District’s board of trustees has an opportunity to make a lot of lemonade in the immediate future.

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We have lingering issues relating to our airport, its operations, board, Brown Act, director and employee pay, unacceptable waste of tax dollars, et cetera. The list is seemingly endless.

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The Big Bear Lake Performing Arts Center was the happening place for orchestral music May 31. The Youth Orchestras Unite! Concert, featuring the Mountaintop Strings and the Pasadena Youth Orchestra performed before an appreciative audience.