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It's funny how things are different from one place to another, even things that you wouldn't think would be.Take food and water, for instance.We've noticed for many years that food can taste different... [Read More]
Barstow Unified School District Superintendent Jeff Malan announced Tuesday that the district plans to apply for a state grant that would fully fund the ambitious College Promise program this year.Malan told members of... [Read More]
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I realize that here in the High Desert, scams are plentiful. We get them on the phone, in the mail, in our email and sometimes in person. That's one reason why we have... [Read More]
Happy New Year to you all!I have only one resolution for 2017: Never to move again.Our 7-mile journey from Hesperia to Apple Valley broke the Hunt family record for most days needed to... [Read More]
By the time 2017 rolls around, I will no longer be a resident of Hesperia. After 13 years and two months, we're moving to Apple Valley.We always planned to live in Apple Valley.... [Read More]
There is a History Channel show called "Hunting Hitler." I stumbled upon it recently, though I see from the network's website that it has been around since 2015.Now let me say up front... [Read More]
Hesperia resident Larry Johnston doesn't remember Pearl Harbor. He couldn't. He wasn't born yet. But he has lots of tales about his mom and dad, who both contributed to America's war effort."I was... [Read More]
Like many men and women who fought in World War II, Ross Stovall, of Apple Valley, says he preferred not to talk about the war for many years.Stovall, 91, was drafted in 1943... [Read More]
You can still hear a hint of fear in Spring Valley Lake resident Betty Mills' voice as she recounts the day 75 years ago that the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor.Mills, 96, said she... [Read More]
Here we are in December. Thanksgiving is over and Christmas and another new year are right around the corner. Ever since I've lived in the High Desert, when December comes my thoughts turn... [Read More]
I read with great interest Staff Writer Monica Solano's recent report on a workshop held in Victorville regarding the status and future of Old Town.I am encouraged that the City Council, Planning Commission... [Read More]
Thanksgiving is just a few days away and it has caused me to reflect on all I have to be thankful for. There's plenty, to be sure. It starts with good health. After my... [Read More]
Assemblyman Jay Obernolte provided an overview of California's business climate Wednesday morning at the Victor Valley Chamber of Commerce's Valley Morning Insight breakfast meeting, listing "the good, bad and ugly" of the state's... [Read More]
Assemblyman Jay Obernolte provided an overview of California's business climate Wednesday morning at the Victor Valley Chamber of Commerce's Valley Morning Insight breakfast meeting, listing "the good, bad and ugly" of the state's... [Read More]
Adelanto's decision to designate a zone for medical marijuana businesses has sent land prices in that part of the city skyrocketing, a commercial real estate broker told the Victor Valley Chamber of Commerce... [Read More]
Just when we thought construction on Interstate 15 in the Cajon Pass was complete, it turns out it may not be.I've heard rumblings that some of the new pavement that was laid as... [Read More]
Victorville City Manager Doug Robertson told Victor Valley Chamber of Commerce members Wednesday morning that the city hopes to begin construction of the Green Tree Extension by late 2018.Robertson provided the update on... [Read More]
This never-ending election season has just about got the best of me.In the span of 10 minutes on Sept. 15 I took a call from a guy who is convinced the media in... [Read More]
Players, managers and even owners have come and gone since the Dodgers moved from Brooklyn to Los Angeles for the 1958 season.One thing has remained constant: Vin Scully.Vinny started broadcasting Dodger games in... [Read More]
There's no way to know how much rain or even snow we'll see this fall or winter, but if you are a Cajon Pass commuter now is the time to start preparing for... [Read More]
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