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Our View: Palmdale Road closure inconvenient, but necessary

High Desert residents, and particularly commuters, should be forewarned: Caltrans will be shutting down a 1.5-mile stretch of Palmdale Road in Victorville on Tuesday to perform much-needed pavement work.The closure will be from El Evado Road to Green Tree Boulevard and will include the on- and off-ramps to northbound and southbound Interstate 15. It’s inconvenient, but necessary.The full road closure will occur from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday, yet work also will […]

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Date: 1466351043

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Town’s ‘Addams Family Musical’ canceled

Blood drive set today

A Lifestream community blood drive will be held from noon to 4 p.m. today at Carmike Cinemas, 22311 Bear Valley Road in Apple Valley. Donors will receive, while supplies last, a movie ticket, courtesy of Carmike Cinemas. Donors are automatically entered into a drawing to win a four-pack of Disneyland “park hopper” tickets. Donors also will receive a free cholesterol screening and Gift of Life Donor Loyalty points that may be redeemed in the online donor store at www.LStream.org. Those 15 and […]

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Date: 1466263956

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6 issues central to Green Party candidate Jill Stein’s campaign

America has a two-party system, as opposed to the parliamentary systems in Europe that allow for the rise and fall of third-party candidates whose platforms are oftentimes built on trending issues of the times. But cries for third-party candidates in this particular election, Decision 2016, are louder than any election in recent memory. One such candidate is already in the race — Dr. Jill Stein.

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Date: 1466263955

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ICYMI: Senate Dems force gun debate, Hillary moves forward and Bernie (sort of) bows out

The news cycle, much like conversations at the dinner table across America, was dominated most of the week of June 13 by the aftermath following a massacre in Orlando at a gay nightclub that highlighted why just 12 percent of Americans approve of the “do-nothing” Congress on Capitol Hill — a chasm between thought and action exists, and discussion was lively all week over gun control, homophobia and xenophobia as election-year politics took a back seat to the dominant issues driving our […]

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Date: 1466263954

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Taylion students celebrate triumph after struggling in traditional schools

VICTORVILLE — Among the 24 graduates receiving their diplomas from Taylion High Desert Academy on Friday were two students who were struggling in school before they found success in non-traditional learning.Carlos Albarran, 18, was diagnosed with spinal cancer in the form of a tumor last July. He was taken into surgery, and told by doctors afterward that they were unable to remove the tumor as it is inside his spinal cord.After six months of recovery time, Albarran was […]

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Date: 1466263953

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Trump will pick Newt Gingrich as VP, according to an insider survey

Main Street lane closures continue

At least one lane on Main Street between Topaz and Escondido avenues will be closed from 8 p.m. Saturday to 8 a.m. Sunday for electrical work. Lane closures will continue on June 25 and 26 within the same time frame. Contractors for Southern California Edison will be conducting electrical work. Both eastbound and westbound lanes are expected to have at least one lane open at all times, according to the city of Hesperia. 

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Date: 1466176726

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City to launch fitness trail at park

The City of Hesperia is expected to host a grand opening of a Fit Trail at the Civic Plaza at 9 a.m. June 25. This fitness trail will have different workstations at the park, where those who attend can use QR Readers to take the workouts home. This event is for anyone to attend who would like to get fit and develop new workouts. For more information, call 760-947-1589.

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Date: 1466176725

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6 issues central to Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson’s campaign

Gary Johnson burst onto the national political scene as the two-term governor of New Mexico, when as a member of the Republican Party he governed with the sort of socially progressive and economically conservative agenda that has made the Libertarian Party more and more popular. He earned the nickname “Veto Johnson” after setting national records with the line-item vetoes that numbered in an amount greater than the other 49 sitting governors combined.

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Date: 1466176723

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