Winter finally arrives Saturday, Dec. 21. If last weekend is any indication, Big Bear will be a very busy place this winter, especially for the upcoming holiday period.
Complaining has become a sport. We are sure that the players, no matter what team one is on, train for their journey on the road to the complaint championships. They train on the little things gearing up for what they believe are worthy of their extra, all-out efforts when something big happens.
If you find yourself wondering how November got here when it seems like we just finished watching the Fourth of July fireworks, you aren’t alone. Time marches on, and sometimes it seems it’s marching double time and we are all trying to play catch up.
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.