The California Secretary of State and San Bernardino County Election’s office released their lists of certified candidates Friday, detailing the make-up of six pivotal local races. The lists show not much changed in recent weeks with the exception of some fringe candidates not qualifying for the ballot.In the 8th Congressional District race, incumbent Paul Cook, R-Apple Valley, will take on former Assemblyman and fellow Republican Tim Donnelly and three Democrats — former […]Original Article: http://www.vvdailypress.com/news/20160403/certified-state-county-candidate-lists-released?rssfeed=true
Warm temperatures expected through the middle of this week could drop off over the weekend while rainfall is possible beginning Thursday, according to the National Weather Service.Daytime highs of 86 degrees are projected Monday and Tuesday in the greater Victor Valley, with the possibility it could reach 90 in some areas Wednesday. On Thursday, the high is expected to dip slightly to 83 and then fall as low as the high-60s beginning Friday, the NWS reported.”We do know the […]Original Article: http://www.vvdailypress.com/news/20160403/warm-temps-then-rain-possible-this-week?rssfeed=true
HESPERIA —A missing 2-month-old infant was found safe Sunday morning after a man informed authorities that the homeless mother had asked him to watch the baby girl “for a couple of days,” sheriff’s officials said.The infant, Ashlynn Thomas, was last seen earlier Saturday at the Days and Nights Inn on Bear Valley Road. Family, friends and acquaintances of the mother, 42-year-old Tina Baxter, had not been able to produce any leads on the whereabouts of Ashlynn, who was considered […]Original Article: http://www.vvdailypress.com/news/20160403/infant-found-safe-in-protective-custody?rssfeed=true
PINON HILLS — Located in the depths of Pinon Hills resides a small training stable known as Rancho Indulto where riders and horses come together to train as they trot around the track.With an approximately 5-acre ranch trail course, a 75-by-150-foot lighted arena and a lighted bullpen, Rancho Indulto aims to provide the best training for riders of all ages and their horses.”I bought the ranch […]Original Article: http://www.vvdailypress.com/news/20160403/local-dressage-trainer-aims-to-provide-quality-horse-training?rssfeed=true
Lee and Audrey Morrison were excited last October as they moved into a brand-new house in a Sparks, Nev., subdivision.
It had wood floors, new carpeting, granite and marble countertops and stainless steel appliances – common fare in newly built…
If you have delusions of finding an Orange County home priced under $500,000 … good luck!
It’s no surprise that finding any Orange County home that fits any budget has become a challenge. But a new study by Steve Thomas of ReportsOnHousing.com…
Much easier than robbing banks, email hackers are tricking home purchasers with last-minute changes to wiring instructions. The result is downpayment and closing funds are being diverted to the crooks’ account and potentially lost forever. The…Original Article: http://www.ocregister.com/articles/percent-710469-year-rate.html
Question: Is it acceptable for a homeowner association attorney to offer expensive sports tickets for free to board directors? Is it acceptable for the attorney to wine and dine board directors especially when the board is responsible for hiring him and signing his retainer agreement?
Answer: A…Original Article: http://www.latimes.com/business/realestate/la-fi-associations-20160403-story.html
Victor Valley Atheists, Agnostics, and Skeptical Thinkers (VVAAST): Meets from 10 a.m. to noon on Sunday (and every other Sunday thereafter) at McDonald’s, 19200 Bear Valley Road, Apple Valley (separate meeting room). Bi-weekly meeting to gather together to have fun, support one another, and do what they can to present atheism and a secular worldview in a positive light. Conversation ranges widely, depending on who joins, and is not confined to atheist matters. […]Original Article: http://www.vvdailypress.com/news/20160401/meetings-held-around-high-desert?rssfeed=true
WRIGHTWOOD — For most locals and travelers that visit the trails of Big Pines, the outing is a fun, one-day trip to enjoy at no cost. But for the volunteers of Grassy Hollow Visitor Center in Wrightwood who care for the trails, the forest is like their personal “backyard.”Arnie Michels has been volunteering for more than 16 years and spends nearly every other day cleaning up after visitors who don’t clean up after themselves. […]Original Article: http://www.vvdailypress.com/news/20160401/grassy-hollow-visitor-center-volunteers-work-to-keep-trails-clean?rssfeed=true