VICTORVILLE — Beck Oil, Inc. celebrated its 50th year of operation in the High Desert with a special customer appreciation event that included community leaders and local dignitaries.Company founder and Navy veteran Glenn Beck, 87, told the Daily Press he was a bit “overwhelmed” by all the attention at the anniversary luncheon, held Tuesday at the company’s distribution center on D Street in Victorville.“I’ve been in lubricants for […]Original Article: http://www.vvdailypress.com/news/20170919/beck-oil-celebrates-50-years-of-business?rssfeed=true
Fearing police were on to him, confessed murderer Jonathan Hearn had bouts of paranoia and, to avoid wiretapping, began using an internet phone number to make calls to his lover, Sabrina Limon, and bought her a burner phone, according to recordings and testimony heard in court Tuesday, the seventh day of a criminal trial in Kern County Superior Court.The paranoia took a toll. Hearn suspected detectives were calling Limon and giving her false leads to draw information out of her, that […]Original Article: http://www.vvdailypress.com/news/20170919/you-think-were-paranoid-limon-hearn-suspect-cops-tail-them-tap-phone-calls-in-months-after-robert-limons-murder?rssfeed=true
Name: Latavion StaplesSport: FootballSchool: SilveradoGrade: SeniorThis week’s accomplishment: Staples grabbed five passes for 178 yards and third touchdowns as the Hawks beat Eastside 73-0 on Friday. He had a long reception of 86 yards.What do you like most about your sport: I love the intensity, the hype. Everything about the sport drives me harder.How long have you been playing your sport and how […]Original Article: http://www.vvdailypress.com/sports/20170919/athletes-of-week-silverados-latavion-staples-and-granite-hills-kayla-bergin?rssfeed=true
The Apple Valley football team lost its spot atop the CIF-Southern Section Division 10 when the latest poll was released Monday.The Sun Devils are now No. 2 in the division, swapping spots with Pacifica/Garden Grove. Quartz Hills moved up a spot to No. 3.In the Div. 8, Silverado rose up to No. 3 after falling back to No. 4 the previous week. Rio Mesa and Citrus Valley are both No. 1 and 2 again.Burroughs remained at No. 2 in the Div. 9 poll despite suffering […]Original Article: http://www.vvdailypress.com/sports/20170919/area-roundup-9-18-17-apple-valley-football-slips-from-top-spot-in-d10-poll?rssfeed=true
APPLE VALLEY — Authorities launched an investigation after a 41-year-old man fell ill and died over the weekend.Brian Horsman, of Apple Valley, was first taken to a local hospital after paramedics responded to a report of an ill subject at his home in the 9600 block of Bella Vista Street on Friday afternoon.Hospital staff called San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department dispatch at 3:43 p.m. Saturday to report Horsman had died, officials said […]Original Article: http://www.vvdailypress.com/news/20170919/authorities-investigating-apple-valley-mans-death?rssfeed=true
APPLE VALLEY — The Western Growers Foundation is accepting applications for its 2017 School Garden Program.Schools in California and Arizona, grades K through 12, can apply for the Western Growers Foundation School Garden Grant up to $1,500.The grants are designed to support new and existing school gardens. They are available to public schools, private charter schools, and private and charter schools with a nonprofit status. Nonprofit organizations and school […]Original Article: http://www.vvdailypress.com/news/20170919/western-growers-foundation-accepting-applications-for-school-garden-grant?rssfeed=true
If this is indeed Alex Smith’s final season in Kansas City, he’s certainly making it count.
The veteran quarterback has looked like a different player in his 12th professional campaign, subverting his game-manager reputation with 9.8 yards per pass attempt. In wins against the Patriots and Eagles, he threw five touchdown passes — a third of his 2016 total — and did so with no interceptions. In short, Smith looks like a former No. 1 overall pick.
But the last time he put up career numbers, Smith lost his starting job. Less than five years
The residents in Orange’s three historic Eichler tracts will soon have a chance to offer input on the rules that will protect and preserve their historic homes.
The City Council recently approved an up to $70,000 contract with architecture and planning firm Page & Turnbull to develop design standards ensuring the historic style of Orange’s Eichler homes are protected.
Page & Turnbull is being asked to host community meetings with residents of three Eichler tracts – Fairmeadow, Fairhaven and Fairhills – to gather input and then sketch out the guidelines for acceptable ways to add solar panels, construct additions and make
Southern California News Group beat writer Eric Stephens talks about the Anaheim Ducks’ preseason opener at the Honda Center tonight against the San Jose Sharks.
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The preseason game will not be televised but can be hear on the radio at The Mighty 1090 AM.