Yes, it’s mid November, and no we haven’t seen any snow yet. In fact, we haven’t seen any precipitation for a couple of months at least. And yes, the community is thinking winter and holding its collective breath waiting for that first snowflake to fall from the sky.
On Oct. 17, it was learned that a sexually violent predator was being ordered to relocate to San Bernardino County, specifically the community of Joshua Tree, after being released from state custody. The order was issued by a Ventura County judge.
The past week or so has been filled with news of wildfire. One in Riverside County and the other near Sylmar have captured the attention of most of Southern California, including Big Bear.
October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Domestic violence affects millions — men and women. It’s not just physical, it’s emotional, verbal and manipulating, too.
Labor Day is over and the summer season is coming to a close. There are still many fall activities and events in Big Bear for residents and visitors to enjoy, so don’t go into hibernation just yet.
This past weekend, Grizzly staff members were alerted to a possible bullying incident at Big Bear Middle School. As long as we have collectively lived here, raised children here, have friends and family with children in Big Bear schools, we knew this was something that needed addressing.