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New Year’s Eve crash leaves 2 pedestrians injured

VICTORVILLE — Authorities said a man and a woman were injured after they were struck by a vehicle late Saturday.The incident was first reported at 10:33 p.m. near the intersection of Mojave Drive and Condor Road. Specifics on the crash are not yet known, but San Bernardino County Fire Department spokesman Ryan Vaccaro said witnesses reported that two people were struck by a vehicle in front of Mojave Market & Liquor Store on Mojave Drive.San Bernardino County […]

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Date: 1483329966

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Hesperia woman welcomes ‘New Year’s Day baby’

VICTORVILLE — Georgina Gonzales wasn’t expecting her newest son to make his debut on New Year’s Day.“He wasn’t due for another three weeks, so I stayed home with my grandma while the rest of my family went down the hill for New Year’s Eve,” Gonzales said. “I tried to fight off the contractions, but next thing you know, he was here.”The baby boy, who was born at 6:45 a.m. Sunday and weighed 7 pounds, 2 ounces, now […]

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Date: 1483329965

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Victorville girl to ride in Rose Parade is a little lion with a big roar

VICTORVILLE — A local girl has been selected to ride the Lions Club International Float in the 128th Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena on Monday morning.Nine-year-old Miranda Eliana-Christine Gabaldon said it was an honor to have been selected to ride on the club’s “Sight for Kids” floral float with the club’s theme, “Celebrating 100 Years of Service.”Miranda said she was “nervous and excited” when she […]

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Date: 1483329963

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Granite Hills High School receives grant to support underage drinking prevention

APPLE VALLEY — Granite Hills High School recently announced it received a $2,500 grant to support the implementation of underage drinking prevention projects.The grant, provided through the California Friday Night Live Partnership with financial support from the California Office of Traffic Safety, will aid the GHHS Peer Helpers as they address the community public safety issue. This year, the CFNLP will provide these funds to 34 sites in […]

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Date: 1483329961

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