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  1. Claims, counterclaims fly at Hesperia City Council meetingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 17 | Victorville Daily Press

    Hesperia Mayor Bill Holland said he no longer endorses Russ and Brosowske as they campaign for Council seats in the November General Election. “They embarrassed themselves, this dais and this city,” said Holland, who said he now supports challengers Brigit Bennington and Cameron Gregg.


  2. 'Valiant warrior' Georgette Phillips diesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 25 | Victorville Daily Press

    APPLE VALLEY - The community is mourning the passing of Georgette Dolores Phillips, a local educator who impacted the lives of many over the decades. A native of Lackawanna, N.Y., the 72-year old Phillips died Sunday at her Apple Valley home after a five-year battle with cancer, her daughter, Kelly Feldman, told the Daily Press.


  3. Candidate Profile: Public safety, community investment highlight Karen's plan for Apple ValleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 25 | Victorville Daily Press

    Despite growing up in Las Vegas, Michael Karen said that similarly arid landscape didn't fully prepare him for life locally. The 44-year-old Town Council candidate moved to Apple Valley in 2000, and he told the Daily Press he needed time to adjust to the town's rural atmosphere.


  4. A successful reversalRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 22 | Victorville Daily Press

    A perfect summer's day greeted more than 400 athletes Saturday morning as they competed in Apple Valley's ninth annual Reverse Triathlon. Held at Civic Center Park, the event pushes cyclists, swimmers and runners to their limits with a course featuring a 5K run, 12-mile bicycle ride and 150-yard swim.


  5. Celebrating HesperiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 15, 2018 | Victorville Daily Press

    HESPERIA - Filling the sidewalks with hundreds of spectators, the 70th annual Hesperia Days Parade marched down Main Street with approximately 80 entrants on Saturday. Living out the theme “Let's Celebrate Hesperia,” the annual parade pulled in many community members who shared their support with great enthusiasm including crazy outfits and more.


  6. Legendary '60s rockers the Zombies still going strongRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 10, 2018 | Victorville Daily Press

    After several decades of being apart, the co-founders of the British rock group the Zombies, Rod Argent and Colin Blunstone, decided to resurrect their musical partnership in 1998. According to Argent, the reunion worked out splendidly and he and the Zombies have been going strong ever since.


  7. Want to work at Big Lots' Apple Valley distribution center? Here's how to applyRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 30, 2018 | Victorville Daily Press

    The Big Lots Distribution Center under construction here won't be operational until next year, but High Desert residents interested in employment at the nearly 1.4-million-square-foot facility can apply for positions now, according to town officials. Apple Valley spokesperson Orlando Acevedo told the Daily Press recent conversations with Big Lots officials revealed that applicants may apply online for available jobs at the company's Rancho Cucamonga facility.


  8. 5 Things to do this weekend in and around the High DesertRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 30, 2018 | Victorville Daily Press

    Prizes will be awarded to the biggest and smallest dog, best costume and look-alike. Paid admission provides attendees with a Bark for Life Bandana and goody box.


  9. Athletes of the Week: Hesperia Christian's Jeremiah Fredieu and Serrano's Elise WinwardRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 27, 2018 | Victorville Daily Press

    This week's accomplishment: Fredieu led Hesperia Christian with six total touchdowns in the Patriots' blowout victory over Riverside County Education Academy on Friday. He rushed for four downs, caught a 35-yard TD pass and had a 40-yard punt return for a touchdown.


  10. Retail reformation: Even as former big box spaces sit empty,...Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 25, 2018 | Victorville Daily Press

    The demise of Toys R Us, Kmart and other big box giants has caused a “major shift” in some retail markets, which has included smaller retailers and other businesses filling the void, experts say. President Brad Umansky of Progressive Real Estate Partners examined the retail vacancy issue in the Inland Empire and shared a few interesting insights on the High Desert.


  11. County agrees to resolve claims of discrimination against gay, bisexual and transgender inmatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 20, 2018 | Victorville Daily Press

    San Bernardino County officials have agreed to resolve claims that operations at one of its jails are discriminatory toward gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex inmates - a proposed settlement that would pay $950,000 to plaintiffs. The proposed settlement and injunctive relief were detailed in federal court records Aug. 15 and still need approval by a judge.


  12. 'Rolling Home': Apple Valley High grad Austin Charters pens book based on life as a quadriplegicRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 5, 2018 | Victorville Daily Press

    Austin Charters may be a quadriplegic confined to a wheelchair, but the creativity and zest for living that exude from this tattooed millennial with the infectious smile know no bounds. The 24-year-old graduate from Apple Valley High School recently finished “Rolling Home,” a novel based on his true-life story that includes Charters being struck by a shotgun blast that ripped through his flesh and severed his spinal cord.


  13. High Desert Opportunity Summit names keynote speakerRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 29, 2018 | Victorville Daily Press

    This year's High Desert Opportunity Summit will return to the Victor Valley and feature keynote speaker Chris Gardner, an entrepreneur, international best-selling author and award-winning film director. Gardner will speak at the annual business conference scheduled for Oct. 25 at the San Bernardino County Fairgrounds in Victorville.


  14. Prelim set in Marc Puckett's felony hit-and-run caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 20, 2018 | Victorville Daily Press

    A preliminary hearing has been set in the felony case against Marc Puckett, Apple Valley's former assistant town manager who allegedly fled the scene of a late-night crash that left one woman injured a year ago. The hearing - scheduled for Aug. 9 in Rancho Cucamonga Superior Court - is expected to bring evidence and witnesses from both sides, as well as a decision as to whether the prosecution's case is strong enough to order Puckett to stand trial for the hit-and-run charge he pleaded not guilty to in December.


  15. County to mull ground ambulance contract following Grand Jury reportRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 14, 2018 | Victorville Daily Press

    San Bernardino County's oldest ambulance contract may be up for grabs for the first time in over 30 years following the Civil Grand Jury's sweeping recommendations to change how the county administers emergency transport. In its annual report, the Grand Jury recommended that the county create a request for proposal for a new “service provider contract,” along with creating one exclusive operating area, or EOA, for ground ambulance transport throughout the county.


  16. Hesperia getting 'back to work'Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 12, 2018 | Victorville Daily Press

    The Hesperia City Council voted 3-1 on Wednesday to appoint the 27-year-old Brosowske, who is the youngest Council member to serve in the city's 30-year history. Brosowske will hold his Council position until after the city's first by-district election in November, when the seats of Mayor Bill Holland, Councilman Paul Russ and Blewett become available.


  17. Recession to resurrection: Housing tract springs where others were bulldozed nearly 10 years agoRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 7, 2018 | Victorville Daily Press

    The Great Recession was punctuated nearly 10 years ago when media outlets from across the nation focused their attention on the demolition of over a dozen new homes in a bankrupt housing development in the High Desert Today, in that “very same spot site” near Bear Valley Road and Highway 395 in Victorville, the once doomed property is seeing a resurrection of sorts as a new developer is building a 105-lot housing tract, according to city spokeswoman Sue Jones. Developer DR Horton began work on the new tract west of Highway 395 last year, with approximately 50 homes currently under construction or completed at this time, Jones told the Daily Press.


  18. Lawson caps strong first half with All-Star startRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 19, 2018 | Victorville Daily Press

    Reggie Lawson's game used all star jersey earned just two bids during the jersey auction at the California League All-Star Game on Tuesday evening. With the way Lawson, a right-handed pitcher on the Lake Elsinore Storm, is playing his memorabilia could be much more in demand in the not-too-distant future.


  19. New DA Anderson outlines priorities: Personnel, budget before policyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 7, 2018 | Victorville Daily Press

    The day after his Election Night victory, District Attorney-elect Jason Anderson informed the State Bar that he will pivot from his four-year-old private practice in Rancho Cucamonga. Anderson plans to satisfy obligations to existing clients while underscoring the need to still earn a living to provide for his family.


  20. With brother sentenced for killing father in Barstow, sisters inch closer to peaceRead the original story w/Photo

    May 27, 2018 | Victorville Daily Press

    She wanted the official record to reflect who Michael Ruffalo was before tragedy struck, so she noted the “helping hand” he extended to those who were “down and out,” the brotherhood he found in the Marines and his lessons that taught her “what it meant to be a 'good person.' ” From a statement read in a near-empty courtroom, Samorajski detailed Ruffalo's military service in two foreign wars, his four purple hearts and his charitable work in Barstow as a Mason, Shriner and member of the Lion's Club.


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