In the wee hours before dawn on March 20th, thieves were at work stealing wooden garbage barrels and planters from the Village in Wrightwood. Social media was buzzing with shocked responses to the news of the criminal activity.
Debra Hordyk reported that two men, who looked to be 20-25 years old, were caught on the Grizzly Café’s security camera as they shined lights into the empty restaurant. Read the complete story. . . Click Here
Phelan murder suspect arrested
Nearly 3 years since the murder of Linda Concepcion at her home on Cayucos Rd in Phelan, her husband Sigfredo Concepcion was arrested for the murder at his home on Evergreen Rd in Pinon Hills.
4th Annual Tri-Community Senior Health Fair well attended
Hundreds of local seniors were welcomed by 66 vendors as they attended the 4th Annual Tri-Community Senior Health Fair Thursday, March 19. The event is co-sponsored by the Phelan Pinon Hills Community Services District, Snowline Joint Unified School District, S.B. County First District Supervisor Robert Lovingood and the Community Hospice of Victor Valley. Read the complete story. . . Click Here
PPHCSD notifications plug leaks
At last week’s CSD meeting in Phelan, General Manager Don Bartz mentioned the success of a recent customer outreach program. Letters were sent to Water Department customers whose meters showed signs of possible leakage problems. Read the complete story. . . Click Here
Headline News for the week of March 19, 2017
Closed means closed!
Public Works Operations Supervisor Roy Montry gave his usual County Roads report to the Wrightwood Municipal Advisory Council (MAC) at Monday evening’s meeting. Work on potholes on Lone Pine Canyon Road continues and the trees planted at Sheep Creek are looking healthy. Of particular importance though, was Montry’s report of road closures, when conditions are unsafe, being breached by motorists. CLICK HERE TO READ THE COMPLETE STORY OR CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.
Will Route 66 relieve traffic from I-15?
When 23rd District State Senator Mike Morrell interacted with Tri-Community Residents at his Town Hall meeting in Phelan, one of his goals was to listen to the community about concerns and ideas. Wrightwood residents Tom Pinard and Hank Hallmark CLICK HERE TO READ THE COMPLETE STORY OR CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.
FCC votes for Internet oversight
On Feb, 26, 2015 the Federal Communication Commission voted to change the definition of the Internet from an ‘information service’ to telecommunication in response to losing a 2014 D.C. Court case, Verizon vs. FCC. Though the court supported the FCC, it stated that the definition of information service left the Internet outside of the FCC oversight.CLICK HERE TO READ THE COMPLETE STORY OR CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.
State Senator Mike Morrell speaks out against Fire Prevention Fee
The State Responsibility Area (SRA) Fire Prevention Fee (FPF) was enacted following the signing of Assembly Bill X1 29 in July 2011. The law approved the new annual Fire Prevention Fee to pay for fire prevention services within the SRA..CLICK HERE TO READ THE COMPLETE STORY OR CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.
Headline News for the week of March 12, 2015
Deputy Moody, of the San Bernardino County Sheriff Department (SBCSD). Deputy Moody is the Sheriff’s liaison to the FBI and works primarily in the area of gang and drug law enforcement, speaks to the Tri-Community about problems in the community, widespread methamphetamine use and other concerns. CLICK HERE TO read about Neighborhood Watch programOR CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.