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‘Our own little city’: Fair employees offer a glimpse behind the scenes

Behind the blinking lights, the aroma of food that fills the air and the various rides and games set up when the annual fair comes to town is a staff of hardworking people who’ve made a career out of making people smile.“I’ve been working at the fair since 1971. I was 11 (when I started) and during those time it was either get in trouble or get a job,” said Gorge Clerk, a truck driver and ride operator. Wearing their purple polo shirts with a brown […]

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Date: 1466786816

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Authorities ID man found dead outside Tom’s Restaurant Wednesday

VICTORVILLE — The identity of the man found dead outside a local restaurant was released by authorities Thursday, but his cause of death is not yet known.The San Bernardino County Sheriff-Coroner Department said Clenther Demery, 49, of Moreno Valley, was the man found deceased outside Tom’s Family Restaurant on Amargosa Road early Wednesday. […]

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Date: 1466786808

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Authorities arrest Victorville man who allegedly shook 4-month-old, causing severe brain injury

VICTORVILLE — A man who allegedly caused a severe brain injury to his 4-month-old child was arrested Tuesday, authorities said.James Albert Wright, 23, of Victorville, was arrested on suspicion of child endangerment Tuesday following an incident in which his 4-month-old child suffered a severe brain injury. San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department officials said in a Thursday news release Wright reportedly shook the infant, causing a traumatic injury.The baby […]

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Adelanto shuts down ‘dangerous’ access point to Highway 395

ADELANTO — City officials announced Thursday that access to Highway 395 via southbound Adelanto Road has been discontinued, a move meant to “a dangerous access point” and “improve safety for travelers” in the area near Stater Bros. Stadium.”Too often people traveling Adelanto Road underestimate how fast traffic is moving along 395,” Mayor Rich Kerr said in a statement, “and they try to make a left turn that too many times has ended in disaster. We had to take action.”The […]

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Date: 1466786804

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Adelanto approves $7,000 pot manufacturing fees

ADELANTO — Mirroring its fees for medical marijuana cultivation permits, the city set costs for manufacturers late Wednesday at $7,000 per application.The fee will cover the costs to the city to process the applications, Senior Planner Mark de Manincor said.The proposed fee was unanimously approved, meaning anti-medical marijuana City Councilman Ed Camargo also gave it the green-light, a vote that drew jocular teasing from the other members of the dais. Camargo has […]

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Date: 1466786803

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Ahart’s single beats Mavericks to open second half

RANCHO CUCAMONGA — Rancho Cucamonga right fielder Devan Ahart hit a walk-off single to sink the High Desert Mavericks 4-3 on Thursday night in the second-half opener.Ahart hit a long fly ball to right with the bases loaded. Mavs right fielder Jairo Beras seemed to lose the ball in the lights, letting it fall untouched to bring in the winning run.Beras delivered a big hit for High Desert (43-28, 0-1 second half) in the seventh, a three-run homer off David Reid- […]

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Mortgage rates hover near historic lows

Great Park developer sponsors Irvine Meadows concert series, commits to finding new venue

101-year-old Anaheim Craftsman once owned by high-profile attorney sells for $800,000

Orange County home prices rise above their 2007 bubble-era peak