Sheriff's Blotter 05-04-16

May 3, 2016

Tuesday, April 26

8:57 p.m. Shots were reported in the Ox Bow Road area.

1:44 p.m. An area check was performed in the area of Lovelace Canyon Road and Highway 18.

9:39 a.m. Trespassing was reported in the 32500 block of Topaz Road.

9:23 a.m. A disturbance was reported in the 31800 block of Highway 18.

8:34 a.m. A disturbance was reported in the 32000 block of Highway 18.

7:35 a.m. A disturbance was reported in the 32000 block of Highway 18.

Monday, April 25

Letter to the Editor: Fed Up

May 3, 2016

We the people are fed up with the lies and deceit of the greedy politicians who think more of themselves than the people they represent. They are a group of self-righteous individuals who capitalize on every opportunity to benefit themselves. Our voice is being heard loud and clear. Politicians, you will mistreat us no more. We will elect a person who is not a politician and cannot be bought. One who is on a mission to take this country back and restore the greatness that it once had. We will elect a one Donald J. Trump. And so it shall be.

LVEDA minutes for April

May 3, 2016

Minutes for the Tuesday, April 5, 2016 meeting of the Lucerne Valley Economic Development Association (LVEDA) at the Lucerne Valley Senior Center

Meeting called to order 5 p.m. Minutes approved, moved Richard Selby, second Chuck Bell. Attendance taken.

Treasurer's report: Donations in March $3,750 (per minutes). Collection was $78.05. Paid Aragon LLC $500 down payment on "Basic Assessment". Balance $6,572.79.



Garden Club hosts annual tour

May 3, 2016

Story and photos by Caroline Lieber

LUCERNE VALLEY — Over 45 people from all over the High Desert attended the Desert Crossroads Garden Club Annual Garden Tour and Arbor Day Celebration on Friday, April 22.

The event began with tour of the Garden Club's very own Water Awareness Garden, located behind the Senior Center on Allen Road. A newly available brochure reviews the history of the club and outlines the contents of the various garden plots.

“Hummingbirds love this garden,” said tour guide Sue Nolan.

OHV NEWS: Input sought for Rasor OHV area

May 3, 2016

From Staff and Wire Reports

The Bureau of Land Management will host a meeting on Thursday, May 5 to provide input in the development of a Rasor Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Area Management Plan. The meeting will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. at the BLM Barstow Field Office, 2601 Barstow Road, Barstow.

Rasor OHV Area is easily accessible from Interstate 15, by taking either the Basin Road or Rasor Road exits. The OHV area is bordered by the Afton Canyon Natural Area to the west, and the Mojave National Preserve to the east.


Movie Review: 'The Big Short'

May 3, 2016

By Karen Chutsky
The Movie Lady

To be honest, I was very reluctant to watch “The Big Short” after seeing the promo trailer with Steve Carell in a stripper club. But a reviewer’s got to review.

After pacing through a tortured two hours of watching the movie, I was even more reluctant to write a review. Honestly I thought this thing is so bad it's like an over acted Saturday night live sketch. But then it hit me…it’s so bad I have to watch it again. To repeat a Mark Twain Quote from the film “It’s what you know for sure that just ain’t so.”

Congressman Cook to address Lucerne Valley group

April 27, 2016

LUCERNE VALLEY — Congressman Paul Cook will give an update on federal programs and legislation that affect the region during the 5 p.m., May 3 meeting of the Lucerne Valley Economic Development Association at the Lucerne Valley Senior Center.

Cook, a retired Marine colonel, represents the 8th Congressional District. Cook is a Republican who is running for reelection this year.

Suessical Jr.

April 26, 2016

The cast of Lucerne Valley Elementary School Drama Club's production of "Seussical Jr." performs an opening son last weekend in the school's Goulding Hall. The performers took to the stage last Friday and Saturday. The second-night event featured a dinner event hosted by the Lucerne Valley Lions Club. The musical is based on the works of beloved children's author Dr. Suess. The LVES production was directed by Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Hirschhorn with Mrs. Lambert serving as stage manager and Mr. Miller performing the elaborate, colorful set design duties. Caroline Lieber, For The Leader


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