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Technology, Inventory and Competition Among Firms’ Top Challenges: Realtors® Survey

WASHINGTON (August 22, 2017) – Keeping up with technology, maintaining sufficient inventory, competition from nontraditional participants and profitability are among the biggest challenges for real estate firms,  according to the National Association of Realtors® 2017 Profile of Real Estate Firms .

Conversely, for a third year in a row, the survey found the vast majority of firms have an optimistic outlook for the future of the industry’s growth. Although expectations have slightly… Read More

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Valley Voices: Do we need another tax? Can we afford it?

In the 1970s’ hit by the Temptations “Ball of Confusion,” there’s a refrain that says “politicians say more taxes will solve everything…” Let’s see how many politicians will exploit the recent shootings in the High Desert and call for more taxes. Oh, that’s right, the plea has already begun!The Victorville City Council recently voted to place a measure on the ballot in November (http://www.vvdailypress.com/news/20170802/victorville-voters-will-decide-half- […]

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Letters to the Editor: 08-21-17

Ocean levelsWill the writer of a recent letter tell me how repositioned satellites effectively obstruct and alter the lunar influence of ocean levels?Sharon Fleming, HesperiaTaxes for police is not the answerThis is in response to the op-ed commentary regarding higher taxes for more police.The break-ins and crime in Apple Valley are out of control because the criminally active offspring of the […]

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Date: 1503345511

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Navy chief orders probe into Pacific fleet after collisions

Police: Barcelona attacker has been shot down

Moon blots the sun out of the sky in historic US eclipse

Five things we learned from USC football training camp

USC ended training camp on Saturday, and will refocus on its season opener against Western Michigan in less than two weeks. The Trojans continue with preseason practices Tuesday, but for now, here are five things we learned from camp:

DARNOLD MUST STAY HEALTHY

OK, that’s obvious. But consider that USC doesn’t have a clear-cut option at quarterback in case of a significant injury to Sam Darnold. Last season, Max Browne, a fourth-year junior and capable hand, backed up Darnold for the final two months of the regular season. Now it’s either redshirt freshman Matt Fink and freshman Jack Sears behind him.

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Ducks bring defenseman Francois Beauchemin back for third stint

The ties between Francois Beauchemin and the Ducks may have separated on occasion but it is proven that they’ve never really broken.

More proof of that came Monday when the Ducks brought back the longtime defenseman for a third term with the franchise, inking him to a one-year contract. RDS.ca reported a $1 million deal, with an additional $500,000 that can be earned through performance incentives.

Over Beauchemin’s 12 full NHL seasons, parts of nine of them have been spent with the Ducks and 525 of his 836 regular-season games have been with the team. All of his 97 playoff games

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Relay for Life event in Laguna Niguel raises awareness, funds to combat cancer