The Grizzly advocates being involved in your community. It just makes sense.
Property owners who own land within a designated State Responsibility Area are currently required by law to pay approximately $150 per year for every habitable structure on their property. This is an unfair and illegal tax, and I am taking steps this year to roll back this burdensome law tha…
A couple of weeks ago, the Big Bear City Community Services District board voted to approve rate hikes for water, sewer and trash services. The rate hikes are steep.
Every year, in mid March, newspapers around the country cheer and jeer as what’s known as Sunshine Week. The seven days are a chance to remind government officials that the public is watching, and that public cares.
When the electorate goes to the polls to vote for candidates for a particular office, we expect that those elected will represent us well. We know that’s not always the case these days, especially in Washington, D.C., and at the state level.
It’s been more than two years since Christopher Dorner went on a revenge killing spree against the Los Angeles Police Department, holding up in Big Bear Lake before ending his own life in a cabin near Angelus Oaks.
Change is one thing you can count on in life. And The Grizzly is about to experience a significant change. On Feb. 27, the publisher for 20-plus years, Jerry Wright, retires.