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Hesperia, California is located in San Bernardino County. Zip codes in Hesperia, CA include 92345, 92340, and 92344. The median home price in Hesperia is $219,000 which is roughly $108/per square foot. More Hesperia information.

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8 hrs ago | Victorville Daily Press

Hesperia hopes to spruce up Main Street

City staff members and planning commissioners are exploring options for cleaning up outdoor merchandising displays along Main Street, and the conversation may take months. Commission Chair Chris Elvert said the object is to foster outdoor display conformity and to keep small and big-box stores attractive and not present a hodge-podge of exteriors.

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10 hrs ago | Victorville Daily Press

Hesperia man gets 50 years to life in fatal shooting Updated at

A 31-year-old Hesperia man was sentenced to 50 years to life plus seven years in prison after he was convicted of the murder of a Mentone man, court records show. Alex Vincent Quezada was found guilty by a jury in July of murder and being a felon or addict in possession of a firearm in connection with the March shooting death of 34-year-old Ronnie Mena.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

Victorville Daily Press

Editor's Notebook: Some people are starting to show pride

As I have written about the plight - and blight - of our desert, I have touched a nerve with readers and residents, city officials and community leaders. I continue to be contacted by people willing to step up and do something to change the High Desert for the better.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

San Bernardino County Sun

9/11: Hesperia teacher enlisted in the Marines on Sept. 10, 2001

In the years since the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, we have written a number of stories about how the world has changed, heroes from that day, tributes and more.

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Tue Sep 09, 2014

Hesperia Star

Spicy specialty taking Hesperia resident to big cooking competition

Hesperia resident Holly Melville admits she never imagined an Internet search for ways to earn some extra cash would lead to the opportunity of a lifetime. Earlier this year, the stay-at-home mother of three said she ran across a notice online that Pillsbury was sponsoring a cooking competition with a grand prize of $1 million.

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Mon Sep 08, 2014

Victorville Daily Press

Questions needed for election forums Updated at

Partnering with Victor Valley College and its Associated Student Body, the Daily Press will facilitate forums on back-to-back nights this month to provide voters a chance to hear from candidates in various races impacting the High Desert. Candidates for City Council in Apple Valley, Hesperia and Victorville will debate Sept.

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Sun Sep 07, 2014

Hesperia Star

Festival brings steady crowd of film fans, families

A host of independent films, live music, filmmaking seminars and food vendors drew High Desert residents of all ages to Hesperia Civic Park Plaza on Saturday for the Desert Rocks Film and Music Event. "I love film festivals and I was stoked to hear about this one," Darryl Evey, of Hesperia, said as he made his way into Cinema West 12 to take in some films.

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Sat Sep 06, 2014

Hesperia Star

Unsightly showcase: It's time to rid our region of eyesores

I'm not trying to glorify blight, mind you. Rather, it is my hope that the images accompanying this column will spur High Desert residents and cities to action.

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Los Angeles Times

Cockfighting crimes increasing in San Bernardino County, video warns

Weeks after a Fontana man was arrested for allegedly keeping more than 500 roosters for cockfighting, San Bernardino County officials released a video to combat the crime, calling it an "increasing problem." The four-minute video follows the raid of a Fontana home and shows images of roosters tied to tethers in small, enclosed pens that fill the backyard of a residential home, as well as gaffs and mitts used for training in cockfighting.

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Fri Sep 05, 2014

Hesperia Star

Council discusses public road on airport property Updated at

With Councilman Mike Leonard absent, the council had a lengthy discussion over aircraft access across Santa Fe Avenue East, a public road that runs parallel to the Hesperia Airport runway and west of the facility. "There are no hangars and planes on the west side of the runway, but if there were they could not cross the road legally," Mayor Thurston "Smitty" Smith said.

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Hesperia Star

Hesperia Days coming Sept. 20 to 21

It's been a family tradition in Hesperia since 1948, and this year will see that tradition stay alive as Hesperia Days rolls into town on Sept. 20 and 21. The weekend will begin, as it does nearly every year, with the annual 5K Run, Walk & Skate at 8 a.m. Sept.

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Victorville Daily Press

Bike shop holds fundraiser for BMX racer Updated at

A local bike shop is selling raffle tickets to raise money for the Allec family and Jason Allec's funeral. Allec, 32, of Hesperia, died Monday night after his silver Honda Civic collided with the back of a Saturn Vue on eastbound Bear Valley Road around 4 p.m., San Bernardino County Sheriff's officials said.

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Thu Sep 04, 2014

Hesperia Star

German firefighters visit local fire stations, share stories

For 14 days, four Ahrendsburg firefighters are on a working vacation visiting firefighters at San Bernardino County Fire stations in the High Desert and down the hill to exchange ideas and stories about firefighting in their respective areas. "We just want to tell good stories, learn from each other," Ahrendsburg Fire Department Capt.

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Hesperia Star

IRS scam hits Hesperia Updated at

Holder, a former employee with the U.S. Government, said a recent phone call from a "Nancy Smith" claiming to work for the IRS was a scam. "Some lady who could barely speak English and described herself as an IRS agent told my daughter, Jessica, that agents were going show up at the house in 45 minutes to collect some money," said Holder, who lives in Hesperia.

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Victorville Daily Press

Adelanto to amend sex offender code

The City Council has voted unanimously to approve the first reading of an ordinance that would amend the city's code to comply with recent court rulings regarding the presence of registered sex offenders at public parks. "Recent decisions have been issued by the Court of Appeals which call into question the validity of city ordinances that prohibit sex offenders from entering city parks," a city staff report reads.

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Victorville Daily Press

Woman gets jail time in real estate scheme

A 62-year-old woman pleaded no contest Wednesday to three of the 32 charges against her in connection with a Hesperia real estate scheme that prosecutors said bilked investors of more than $335,000. Ilona Winegardner was sentenced to three years in jail as part of a plea deal that dismissed the 29 other charges, court records show.

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Hesperia Star

September is National Preparedness Month Updated at

According to Fire Department officials, numerous events have been planned throughout the month to encourage citizens to develop emergency plans and prepare for earthquakes, floods, tornados, hurricanes, wildfires and storms. Fire Department officials said the City of Hesperia will be exercising its Community Emergency Response Team members in a Disaster Drill Response on Sept.

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Wed Sep 03, 2014

Hesperia Star

Hesperia artist's work to be shown at upscale gallery

After years of pouring his passion onto the canvas, local artist Chris Soto said he's excited that his work will take center stage in Orange County. Soto, a 2001 graduate of Hesperia High School, said several of his pieces will be shown at the famous Wyland Art Gallery in Laguna Beach on Thursday as part of the gallery's artist of the month showcase.

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Hesperia Star

Hesperia educator earns countywide honor

Mary Rivers, a fourth-grade teacher at the Krystal School of Science, Math and Technology in the Hesperia Unified School District, has been selected as one of three San Bernardino County Teachers of the Year. "Our district hasn't participated for a few years and I really wanted to represent them well," Rivers said regarding her nomination.

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Hesperia Star

Hesperia couple plead not guilty to child torture charges Updated at

Two Hesperia residents arrested on suspicion of child torture and willful cruelty pleaded not guilty on Tuesday to six counts each of felony child abuse, court records show. San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department officials said Erik Flores, 30, and Mariah Sugg, 22, both of Hesperia, were arrested on Aug. 28 in the 9500 block of Choiceana Avenue after it was determined they were responsible for three emaciated children who were brought to Loma Linda University Medical Center in June.

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