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High winds sweep through Victor Valley

High winds swept through the High Desert on Monday, and are expected to continue today, with gusts up to 55 mph predicted, according to the National Weather Service.A high wind warning was issued Monday for the region, along with the San Bernardino mountain and desert mountain regions. The NWS said the warning should remain in effect through Tuesday morning, and the strongest winds are expected near mountain ridge tops, along desert mountain slopes and into adjacent desert areas. […]

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Gender-neutral bathroom project gains ground

VICTORVILLE — Citing a student demand for bathroom convenience — and “fairness” — the Victor Valley College Associated Student Body has launched a student movement to create “gender-neutral” restrooms on campus.Vice President Jazmin Gailey, who has spearheaded the project, modeled the movement off of projects she learned about during a state-wide conference for California community colleges. Recognizing […]

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Man arrested after barricading himself at Apple Valley home

APPLE VALLEY — Authorities arrested a man after he barricaded himself at a home Saturday, and later arrested the man’s father for allegedly charging at responding deputies.Bernell Turner Jr., 30, of Apple Valley, was arrested Saturday afternoon after he barricaded himself for hours at a home following a domestic disturbance, authorities said. San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department spokeswoman Jodi Miller said Turner had three active warrants at the time of his […]

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Authorities rescue man at Deep Creek Spillway

APPLE VALLEY — Authorities said a man was rescued after having a medical emergency while cross-country running Saturday.The man, identified as Zachary Hunt, 20, of Costa Mesa, suffered non-life threatening injuries and was flown to a nearby ambulance after he was rescued at the Deep Creek Spillway, San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department officials said in a Monday news release.Hunt was cross-country running with friends on the Pacific Crest Trail near the […]

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‘Zombie bugs’ invade region

APPLE VALLEY — Many people across the High Desert have said their homes have been invaded by small, flying pests, with some calling them “zombie bugs.”Area residents told the Daily Press the insects look like dark orange mosquitoes “on steroids” or large flying ants that appear in the evening and are attracted to the light.“I’ve never seen so many. They’re all over my property, like on my the screens and in the horse water buckets,” said […]

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Free Dump Day for Adelanto residents on April 23

Adelanto residents can bring no longer wanted televisions, computer monitors, electronic waste, tires, appliances and more to Stater Bros.Stadium on April 23 and dispose of the items for free. The Free Dump Day event runs from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the stadium, 12000 Stadium Way. Toilets, mattresses, furniture and other large items are also acceptable, but no large truck tires or hazardous waste is allowed. Residents must bring their driver’s license and […]

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Drought information posted on Adelanto city website

As a reminder: The city of Adelanto has posted information pertaining to the drought and the mandatory restrictions imposed on outdoor landscape irrigation for its residents on the city’s website. Residents can visit Ci.Adelanto.Ca.Us. and scroll to the section titled “Announcements – California’s Drought Crisis” on the main page. By clicking “Click Here for more information,” residents will be directed to a page that outlines the landscape watering schedule, provides […]

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Dog license and pet vaccination clinic next month

Dog and cat owners will have three opportunities to get their pets licensed and vaccinated through September, with the first being April 16 at Adelanto City Hall, 11600 Air Expressway. A clinic 9 a.m. to noon April 16 will offer free microchips to the first 100 Adelanto residents in attendance. Shots for dogs run $7 to $20, while shots for cats run $7 to $25. To have a dog vaccinated, pet owners must also purchase a dog license the same day, which are sold separately. […]

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‘A clean Adelanto’ event April 23

The city is hosting a community clean-up event 7 to 11 a.m. April 23. Volunteers will meet at Stater Bros. Stadium, 12000 Stadium Way, at 7 a.m., sign-in begins at 7:15 a.m. and the clean-up efforts will take place from 7:30 to 11 a.m. “Adelanto families are coming together to make a difference, making a safe environment for their families by cleaning their city,” according to the event’s literature. Event organizers will have water and healthy snacks for volunteers. For […]

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Adelanto Council shows support for energy partnership

The City Council last week approved a resolution supporting the partnership between the city and Southern California Edison. “The High Desert Regional Energy Leader partnership supports energy efficiency working with the surrounding communities to promote energy efficiency awareness and incorporate energy efficiency and make our surrounding communities ‘greener cities,'” according to a city staff report.

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