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Flagging continues for Highway 138 widening

Caltrans is continuing work on the $52.1 million State Route 138 Widening (West) Project. Through Friday this week, there will be daytime flagging between 6 a.m. and 5 p.m. on SR-138 at Beekley Road. The flagging is necessary to complete curb and gutter concrete work at at Beekley, Phelan, Honey Creek and Tamarind roads. The flagging is necessary to complete electrical work at Beekley and Phelan roads and to install k-rail at Honey Creek and Tamarind roads. […]

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Hesperia City Council to discuss Syrian refugee resolution

HESPERIA — After millions of Syrians fled their war-torn country looking for safe haven, one High Desert municipality will discuss a resolution opposing certain refugees from relocating to its city.During Tuesday’s meeting, the Hesperia City Council will discuss a resolution that would prevent the relocation of refugees from the United States Refugee Resettlement Program to the city.Last September, President Barack […]

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Powerful picks at the Outpost

While it’s stood in its spot next to Interstate 15 — previously Highway 66 — since 1961, the Outpost Cafe in Hesperia is one of those places you’ve seen many times but may have never taken a chance for a meal.I know I did once but it was years ago and I blatantly can’t remember much about it.With that in mind, I treated this visit over the […]

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Agency, Hesperia councilman seek to dismiss Valles lawsuit

RIVERSIDE — Attorneys for a local wastewater agency and Hesperia city councilman have filed a motion in federal court to dismiss a lawsuit by the agency’s finance director which accuses them of retaliation after she said she sought to expose corruption.In the Feb. 9 filing, representatives for Victor Valley Wastewater Reclamation Authority and Councilman Russ Blewett say Angela Valles’ accusations are vague, baseless and don’t demonstrate proof of a systemic problem. […]

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Adelanto man sentenced in accidental shooting of son

VICTORVILLE — An Adelanto man who pleaded no contest to involuntary manslaughter in December for accidentally shooting and killing his 7-year-old son was in court earlier this month after being sentenced to 270 days in county jail, court records show.Julio Cervantes Sr. had a probation hearing Feb. 5, three weeks after his sentencing that included 48 months probation, according to court records. Cervantes received a conduct credit that could cut his jail sentence in half. […]

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Man who fled to Utah after alleged stabbing now back in San Bernardino

APPLE VALLEY — The man accused of stabbing another man to death and allegedly fleeing to Utah is now back in San Bernardino County, authorities said Monday.Laurence Caureliola Mixon, 30, was arrested on suspicion of murder Feb. 1 in Richfield, Utah. Mixon is suspected of slaying Victorville resident Brandon Huff, 30, after he was reportedly stabbed at an apartment in Apple Valley on Jan. […]

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Apple Valley Fire Protection District to get new board members

APPLE VALLEY — Appointments will be made Tuesday to fill vacancies on the Apple Valley Fire Protection District’s Board of Directors following the resignations of two board members.Tamara Alaniz and Cliff Earp announced their resignations at the board’s Jan. 19 meeting, according to Fire Chief Sid Hultquist, and interviews were conducted last week with six potential replacements.Apple Valley residents Michael Karen and Tom Piper confirmed they interviewed […]

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Mental health clinic rejected

VICTORVILLE — A counseling agency that serves sex offenders was thwarted in its attempt to locate in Victorville, with the Planning Commission last week also rejecting for now alternative possible locations in the city.Meeting on Wednesday, the Commission recommended the City Council deny Open Door Counseling Agency’s bid to move to a roughly 8,700-square-foot building on the northwest corner of Hesperia Road and Sunhill Drive. A subsequent motion that would have allowed city […]

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School board approves upgrades to campuses

VICTORVILLE — The VVUHSD Board of Trustees approved a funding plan last week for a new multi-use facility at Victor Valley High School and a gymnasium at Hook Junior High School.The district’s two oldest campuses will receive the much-needed upgrades through construction projects set to kick off this year, district officials said. There is not a firm timeline for the projects yet, but officials expect […]

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Local couple still ‘celebrating’ married life 66 years later

VICTORVILLE — After being married for nearly seven decades, Richard and Marie Maxfield said their love for each other has been as strong as ever.The couple renewed their vows, along with 12 other couples, during a special “Celebration of Love” event put on by Inter Valley Health Plan and St. Mary High Desert Medical Group at the Hilton Garden Inn & Conference Center in Victorville on Thursday. […]

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