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Thursday 02/01/2018
FAA Proposal Fails to Provide Relief from Noise
Posted: February 01, 2018

To appease Lake Arrowhead residents who object to the increased aircraft noise and pollution from flights directly over the lake and the community, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) sent its Western-Pacific regional administrator, Dennis Roberts, to make a presentation at a special meeting of the Lake Arrowhead Municipal Advisory Council (MAC) on Jan. 25.

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Thursday 12/12/2019
Dangerous Level of Toxicity in Lake Gregory

“DANGER — Toxins from algae in this water can harm people and kill animals” reads a sign posted at Lake Gregory. Across from the Crestline Sanitation District, green sludge stains the rocks on the lakeside. The smell of rotting plants faintly tinges the air.

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High School Students Create a Book to Help Homeless Kids

A lot of high school students spend most of their free time hanging out with friends and just being teenagers. Most teenagers do not pursue philanthropic endeavors. Storey Wertheimer is a 17-year-old senior in high school who is doing things a little differently. Over the past three years, Storey said she has put together a poetry book with her peers and is using the funds to advocate for literacy among homeless children.

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Dying Trees Around Lake Gregory

On an autumn afternoon, sunlight glistens off the waters of Lake Gregory. Joggers run along the path, circling the lake. Fishermen cast their lines from shore. It’s a serene scene — the romanticism of the mountains come to life. But scattered around the perimeter of Lake Gregory and stretching into the residential neighborhoods of Crestline, pine trees have changed from green to brown. Sap oozes from their bark. In some areas, woodpeckers have tapped hundreds of holes into tree trunks. The trees are dying and the culprit behind the attacks is the bark beetle.

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Thursday 12/05/2019
30,000 Without Electricity on Freezing Nights in Lake Arrowhead & Surrounding Communities

A Thanksgiving storm brought three feet of snow to Lake Arrowhead and over four feet of snow to Snow Valley in Running Springs. Crestline received nearly two feet of snow.

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Snowfall Snarls Roads

Heavy snowfall over Thanksgiving saw the mountain communities of Crestline, Lake Arrowhead and Running Springs inundated with over two feet of snow, which caused traffic jams on Highways 330 and 18.

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Winter Storm Impacts Lake Arrowhead

The Thanksgiving winter storm brought nearly three feet of snow to Lake Arrowhead. Strong wind and heavy snowfall not only damaged boats and docks, but it also toppled a number of trees along the shoreline.

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The Nutcracker

The Nutcracker performance by the Lake Arrowhead Classical Ballet Company will take place on Friday, Dec. 6 at 7 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 7, at 7 p.m. and Sunday, Dec. 8 at 2:30 p.m. at the Rim High School performing Arts Center. The ticket are $20 and are available at www.arrowheadballet.org and at the door. For more information, call (909) 336-1359.

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