Jimmy Kight, a USA Downhill Cycling World Champion

Bruce Auld, a former Sierra Sands Unified School District Superintendent, is writing the history of Burroughs High School. The articles that are being published are excerpts from his upcoming book, exclusive to The News Review. “(Jimmy) Kight has five years of coaching experience in a . . . Read Full Story >>

3 Star Ranch offers unique free psychotherapy for veterans

3 Star Ranch offers unique free psychotherapy for veterans

By LAURA QUEZADA News Review Staff Writer There are fewer than 50 places in the United States where one can find a unique program designed to serve the psychotherapy needs of veterans, and one of them is in the Indian Wells Valley. Ridgecrest native, Anita . . . Read Full Story >>

From serious orthopedic traction to serious motorcycle traction

From serious orthopedic traction to serious motorcycle traction

Bruce Auld, a former Sierra Sands Unified School District Superintendent, is writing the history of Burroughs High School. The articles that are being published are excerpts from his upcoming book, exclusive to The News Review. A son of Ridgecrest, born and raised, Nick Burson graduated . . . Read Full Story >>

Sierra Academy of Dance brings back Christmas Nativity Ballet

Sierra Academy of Dance brings back Christmas Nativity Ballet

By LAURA QUEZADA News Review Staff Writer After being sidelined by earthquakes and a pandemic, Sierra Academy of Dance (Academy) celebrates the 25th Anniversary of producing The Nativity Ballet by returning to the stage at a new venue. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day . . . Read Full Story >>

Twice a Veteran - Juan Garcia III

Twice a Veteran - Juan Garcia III

Bruce Auld, a former Sierra Sands Unified School District Superintendent, is writing the history of Burroughs High School. The articles that are being published are excerpts from his upcoming book, exclusive to The News Review. Like Nick Brophy (BHS 1983) and Mark Hoppus (BHS 1990), . . . Read Full Story >>

Stu Witt a naval aviator with the U.S. Navy an American Patriot

Stu Witt a naval aviator with the U.S. Navy an American Patriot

By LAURA QUEZADA News Review Staff Writer Stu Witt, a fifth generation Kern County native, is such an American patriot that he doesn’t see what is special about him. Patriotism and service to his country is so ingrained into who he is that he humbly . . . Read Full Story >>

Chamber Music Society to host Ariel String Quartet Concert

RIDGECREST CHAMBER MUSIC SOCIETY Elaine Jansen – The Ridgecrest Chamber Music Society is presenting the second concert of their 2021-2022 seven concert season on Sunday, November 14, 2021 with music performed by the Ariel String Quartet. The concert will take place at the Ridgecrest Presbyterian . . . Read Full Story >>

4-D Art Group’s Exhibit “Collaborative Collection” Nov. 6

The 4-D Art Group is a diverse group of artists working in a variety of media. The “Collaborative Collection” will be exhibited from November 6 - December 31 at the Maturango Museum. Artists usually focus on their specialty area, so we have given ourselves the . . . Read Full Story >>

The Last Camelot - US Navy’s ‘Secret City’

The Last Camelot - US Navy’s ‘Secret City’

Bruce Auld, a former Sierra Sands Unified School District Superintendent, is writing the history of Burroughs High School. The articles that are being published are excerpts from his upcoming book, exclusive to The News Review. (Excerpted with permission of the author and publisher) John C. . . . Read Full Story >>

Kelli’s Fairyland offers a playful, inspiring venue

Kelli’s Fairyland offers a playful, inspiring venue

By LAURA QUEZADA News Review Staff Writer There’s a new venue in the Indian Wells Valley, designed to rekindle a sense of wonder. Kelli Cutts, founder of Fairyland, says, “I wanted to create a place where people could come and regenerate their hearts, minds, and . . . Read Full Story >>

1973 Burro Bill Sizemore wears two NCAA Division III Baseball National Cham

1973 Burro Bill Sizemore wears two NCAA Division III Baseball National Cham

Bruce Auld, a former Sierra Sands Unified School District Superintendent, is writing the history of Burroughs High School. The articles that are being published are excerpts from his upcoming book, exclusive to The News Review. I purposefully held off the Burroughs baseball stories until fall. . . . Read Full Story >>

Local author, Kelsey Norton, creates a fantasy world

Local author, Kelsey Norton, creates a fantasy world

Local Author Kelsey Norton created a fantasy world using such vivid descriptions that it is easy to visualize the universe in which her characters live. Welcome to the Dells, a land inhabited by humans and mystics who are identified by a color streak in their . . . Read Full Story >>

What’s going on about town on Halloween Weekend

What’s going on about town on Halloween Weekend

By LAURA QUEZADA, News Review Staff Writer CLOTA Spook House at 1425 N Inyo St. takes you on a crooked mile from 6-10pm on October 22, 23, 29, 30 & 31. Admission is $5 for 12 and up and $3 for under 12. Rest assured, . . . Read Full Story >>

Who’s Who production opens Nov. 5th

Master Mystery Productions Daniel Stallings–From the producers of Close Encounters of the Hairy Kind, Master Mystery Productions returns to live performing and joins forces with Red Rock Books in our family-friendly twenty-eighth production, “Who’s Who?,” an interactive come-as-you’re-not costume party caper written and directed by . . . Read Full Story >>

Kevin Martin: ’We’re just a normal baseball family’

Kevin Martin: ’We’re just a normal baseball family’

Bruce Auld, a former Sierra Sands Unified School District Superintendent, is writing the history of Burroughs High School. The articles that are being published are excerpts from his upcoming book, exclusive to The News Review. Just days after the 2001 Burros played for the CIF . . . Read Full Story >>

Petroglyph Festival to return Saturday and Sunday Nov. 6,7

Petroglyph Festival to return Saturday and Sunday Nov. 6,7

Despite setbacks from the pandemic, it appears that the 8th Annual Petroglyph Festival will once again provide an entertaining and informative weekend, Saturday, November 6 from 10am to 6pm and Sunday, November 7 from 10am to 4pm next to the Maturango Museum. Just over an . . . Read Full Story >>

Museum’s Open Studio Tour October 23, 24

Andrea Pelch Maturango Museum Art Gallery Coordinator – The Open Studio Tour is a wonderful way to meet many of our local artists and see the amazing array of talent that we have in our community. Artists and craftspeople in Ridgecrest and Inyokern open their . . . Read Full Story >>

CCCC, and Mac’s to host Wine and Food Pairing Fundraiser Wednesday, Nov. 3

CCCC, and Mac’s to host Wine and Food Pairing Fundraiser Wednesday, Nov. 3

Cerro Coso Community College – The Cerro Coso Community College Foundation and Mac’s International Cuisine are teaming up to host a Wine and Food Pairing Fundraiser on Wednesday, November 3, 2021 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Learn the art of Wine and Food Pairing with . . . Read Full Story >>

Grace Lutheran Church to host Holiday Bazaar October 22 and 23

Grace Lutheran Church to host Holiday Bazaar October 22 and 23

GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH HOLIDAY BAZAAR – It’s getting to be that time of year again! Grace Lutheran Church will be holding their annual (except for last year) HOLIDAY BAZAAR on Friday, October 22 and Saturday, October 23 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in their . . . Read Full Story >>

BHS Baseball: Mather, Martin, Stoner and Dr. Joe Norris

BHS Baseball: Mather, Martin, Stoner and Dr. Joe Norris

Bruce Auld, a former Sierra Sands Unified School District Superintendent, is writing the history of Burroughs High School. The articles that are being published are excerpts from his upcoming book, exclusive to The News Review. Although the Burros have yet to win a state title, . . . Read Full Story >>