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Pro-life prayer vigil held outside Planned Parenthood

VICTORVILLE — A small but impassioned group of locals formed a Good Friday gathering outside the Victorville Planned Parenthood facility to participate in a nationwide pro-life prayer vigil.The “Way of the Cross for Victims of Abortion” service was organized by the Chicago-based Pro-Life Action League, a national organization “dedicated to empowering Americans to put their pro-life convictions into effective action in […]

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Smoking rate 20% in High Desert

APPLE VALLEY — A recent survey revealed that smoking rates across the nation are rising, with numbers in the High Desert nearly double that of other regions.As the officials take steps to address tobacco-related harm and reduce usage rates, San Bernardino County and the High Desert continue to struggle in that area, the Institute for Public Strategies reported.The American Lung Association […]

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Date: 1459033196

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Adelanto man arrested, suspected of meth possession

ADELANTO — A 34-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of multiple crimes, including possession of methamphetamine, during a traffic stop early Thursday morning, officials said in a news release.At 3:42 a.m., Deputy Chris Haas from the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Victorville Station conducted a traffic stop on Bartlett Road across from Bellflower Street in Adelanto.During the stop, Haas found about an ounce of suspected methamphetamine and approximately $1,000 in the […]

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Date: 1459033195

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Officials drawn by more money for city, expect location change

ADELANTO — For the second time in five months, the City Council has approved a lucrative plan for a proposed 1,000-bed jail, positioning their reasoning as a way to rectify a previous bad deal as they put faith in the idea that the yet-to-be-built facility will eventually be constructed on an alternative site.By a 4-0 vote, with Councilman Ed Camargo absent, the Council on Wednesday night passed the first reading of the jail plan […]

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Date: 1459033195

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