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Chasing ice: Can crowded Bay Area skating rinks handle the post-Olympic crush? – The Mercury News

Fresh Modern Home Sprouts on Desert Land Once Owned by Gerald Ford – seattlepi.com

Harbor Associates makes two acquisitions for $56 mln total – PE Hub (blog)

Hesperia mulls proposed cannabis businesses

HESPERIA — The city’s development review committee will discuss the proposed construction of a new restaurant, along with a wave of cannabis-based businesses that plan to plant roots near the city’s green zone.The three businesses looking to move into Hesperia include Blaze Palm, LLC, Green Scorpion Organics Company and Medical Cannabis Education Center.Green Scorpion is looking to occupy an existing 1,000-square-foot suite at 17525 Alder St., Unit 43, about 800 […]

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Date: 1519081332

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High Desert still growing: Some are leaving, but population up 15,000 in last 6 years

(This is the third part of a series looking at population changes in the High Desert region. Links to the first two parts of this series are listed below as related content.)VICTORVILLE — Affordable housing, great weather, family and the proximity to Southern California attractions — these are the primary reasons why people have relocated to the High Desert from other parts of the country.Dozens of new residents told the Daily Press they left the […]

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Date: 1519081306

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Felony charges filed against 23-year-old in connection to fatal Dec. 5 crash in Hesperia

HESPERIA —A 23-year-old man has been arrested in connection to a crash that killed a woman near the intersection of Balsam Avenue and Live Oak Street in December.The San Bernardino County District Attorney’s Office filed felony charges against Scott Enriquez, of Hesperia, for vehicular manslaughter on Feb. 15 and he was arrested at his residence a day later.According to authorities, Deborah Harr, 53, of Hesperia, was killed when her 2005 Toyota Matrix, which was headed […]

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Date: 1519081283

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Keep on rocking: Cracker Barrel and city officials donate chairs to area nonprofits

VICTORVILLE — Cracker Barrel Old Country Store and the High Desert’s largest city partnered to provide rocking chairs and giant checkerboard tables to a few local nonprofits.The city of Victorville delivered the items Thursday to excited members of the Victor Valley Rescue Mission, the local branch of the Salvation Army and the Victorville Senior Citizens Club.Senior Citizens Club President Sallie Hill was elated over the donation, and told the Daily Press the […]

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Date: 1519081259

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Hesperia City Council meeting: On the agenda

HESPERIA — The City Council meeting on Tuesday evening will include a short list of agenda items including:The proposed approval of a new employment agreement with Hesperia City Manager Nils Bentsen that would see the head official receive a base salary of $230,000.00 annually. The action comes by request of the Council after Bentsen’s second-year evaluation.The receiving and filing of the city’s mid-year budget, which includes several […]

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Date: 1519081235

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Victorville City Council meeting: What to watch

VICTORVILLE — The City Council will convene at 6 p.m. Tuesday for its regularly scheduled meeting inside council chambers at City Hall, 14343 Civic Dr. Notable items on the agenda include:Agreement not to exceed $42,000 with Spohn Ranch for the design of a skate park at Doris Davies ParkPurchase of five command vehicles for the city fire department, costing $134,755Purchase of two paramedic squad vehicles for the city fire department, costing […]

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Date: 1519081122

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Bright Futures Academy keeps its Apple Valley business license

APPLE VALLEY — The Town Council has chosen not to revoke the business license of Bright Futures Academy (BFA), a private school in the process of repairing its reputation, which was damaged by a 15-month spike in crime and violent incidents at its campus here.“The improvement is remarkable,” Council member Barb Stanton said. “I really feel torn that this got so bad for a while — as we all know — but now it’s gotten so good. […]

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Date: 1519081097

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