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Banc of California Announces Hiring of James Wiegandt as Managing Director, Commercial Real Estate and … – PR Newswire (press release)

California October 2017 Home Sales Tick Higher From September – Mariposa County Home Sales Down 24% Year … – Sierra Sun Times

Biggs cemented legacy as a leader: Friends remember longtime plant manager after recent passing

H.O. “Bud” Biggs was the best friend anyone would want.That’s the picture some of his closest friends paint in describing Biggs, 77, who died Nov. 17 of an apparent heart attack.Biggs retired in January after working for 54 years in the cement industry, spending much of that time at the Mitsubishi Cement Corporation plant in Lucerne Valley. Mitsubishi Cement Executive Vice President Michael Jasberg hired Biggs there in 1986.They remained […]

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Fontana man, minor cited for scamming motorists

VICTORVILLE — One adult male and an underage cohort were detained and cited for theft Wednesday after allegedly collecting cash from passing motorists for a fraudulent funeral fund, according to authorities.Shane Alexander, 18, of Fontana, and three underage males gathered more than $800 in plastic jars in the area of Bear Valley and Mariposa roads by holding homemade signs, replete with a photo of an unidentified infant, that indicated the money would pay for the […]

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Date: 1511524753

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Gomez objects to sale of former redevelopment land, prompts explanation on state-mandated process

Hit-and-run crash ruins business owner’s Thanksgiving

VICTORVILLE — Thanksgiving Day was marred by misfortune for one Old Town business owner after a hit-and-run crash the night before left her storefront in shambles.  Alyssa Amaro, owner of Alafia Event Center, spent Thursday’s early-morning hours surveying damage to her party-rental establishment while attempting to contact her insurance provider.“I just got a phone call from one of the employees. I came a little bit ago, and they said they were […]

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Date: 1511524721

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First Assembly of God serves the Victor Valley’s ‘kings and queens’

VICTORVILLE — There’s an impressive system in place inside the Victor Valley Christian School gymnasium coordinated each November by believers with the First Assembly of God.Guests at the church’s Thanksgiving Day event first line up to peruse a separate building on site for new clothes before making their way to gym’s entrance where they are warmly welcomed by volunteers.Once inside, myriad choices await, according to First Assembly’s Executive […]

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Date: 1511524705

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Contract awarded for El Evado Road improvements in Victorville

VICTORVILLE — The City Council awarded a $158,000-plus construction contract this week to Vance Construction for street improvements to El Evado Road between Hook Boulevard and Mojave Drive.The project includes shoulder widening on El Evado Road and installation of roadway signage, according to a city staff report prepared ahead of Tuesday’s City Council meeting.After 15-percent contingency and 5-percent contract administration fees, the project cost rises to more than […]

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Date: 1511524689

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This Desert Life: Helen Baugh’s story (part I)

What follows is the first part of a short story written by Apple Valley resident Helen Baugh that I like very much. It originally ran in the Victor Press’ “Fiction Corner” on Nov. 20, 1958. I’ve made minor edits to fix spelling and grammatical errors. The second part will run here next week. For more on Mrs. Baugh and her husband, Leo, read last week’s column […]

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Date: 1511524366

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Enforce laws on guns held by known abusers

Whatever their views on interpreting the Second Amendment and on the possibilities and limitations of gun control in protecting the public safety, Americans are united in their desire to find workable ways to stem the violence of this current epidemic of mass shootings.

As we noted in this space Thursday, the best way forward in the current predicament is to intensify the ways that agreed-upon laws regulating firearms already on the books are enforced.

As law enforcement and academic researchers deepen their search for patterns in the makeup of American mass shooters, one common thread running through them — not always,

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Original Article: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/11/23/enforce-laws-on-guns-held-by-known-abusers/
Date: 1511523638

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