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Missing Service Poodle Returned Just in Time for Valentine’s Day

– Posted in: Breaking News, Community Action

He once was lost, but now is found! Kramer, Nik Glaser’s proclaimed noodle-loving golden doodle, disappeared from his Venice, Los Angeles apartment over the holiday break under suspicious circumstances. For the past nearly 2 months, Glaser launched a ferocious campaign by foot, flier and social media to sic his missing service dog that treats his [...]

Lovingood Presents a New Life for Old Route 66

– Posted in: Community Action, SN4

Route 66 once was the High Desert’s sole connection to the San Bernardino Valley and the Los Angeles basin. Then the 1950s ushered in Interstate 15 and the era of the freeway. As every local commuter well knows, Interstate 15 in the Cajon Pass is undergoing a major upgrade, including widening, resurfacing and new transition [...]

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Martin Luther King, Jr. Peace March Held at Victorville City Hall

– Posted in: Community Action, Local Events, SN2

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. held their 10th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Peace March on the morning of Monday, January 18. This year’s theme was “All Lives Matter, asking people to recognize that everyone is equal. Several hundred people marched down Civic Drive in Victorville to honor the dream of Dr. King. [...]

Employees of Apple Valley Ranchos Water Company Give During Holidays

– Posted in: Community Action, SN11

Like many local businesses, Ranchos has a tradition of holiday giving. In recent years, the company has partnered with the Apple Valley Fire Protection District to sponsor a Secret Santa program for local under-privileged children. This year the company decided to ask the employees: “How should Ranchos give back to our community for the holidays?” [...]

Taxpayer Advocate Ourania Riddle is HJTA Taxfighter of the Year

– Posted in: Community Action, SN5

The Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association has named Ourania Riddle as HJTA Taxfighter of the Year. When Ourania, a 30 year member of the Solano County Taxpayers Association, witnessed the unelected State Water Resources Control Board running roughshod over the rights of taxpayers in her hometown of Dixon, she got involved. The board had ordered Dixon [...]