Tuesday, June 21
10:50 p.m. A 5150 situation was reported on Calle De Paz.
10:36 p.m. Petty theft was reported in the 38300 block of Old Woman Springs Road.
6:22 p.m. An unknown prowler was reported in the area of Highway 18 and Forest Service Road.
4:37 p.m A burglary was reported in the area of Buena Vista Road and State Highway 18.
8:05 a.m. Vandalism was reported in the vicinity of Verdugo Road and Oracle Road.
5:48 a.m. Shots were reported being heard in the 30000 block of Emerald Road.
The Lucerne Valley branch of First Mountain Bank has expanded its weekday hours but will be closed on the weekends. Numerous other services are available, however. File photo by Peter Day
The Lucerne Valley branch of First Mountain Bank will have new operating hours effective July 1, according to Senior Vice President Kristy M. Smith.
By Karen Chutsky
The Movie Lady
Most people never tire of hearing a heroic story, where some ordinary guy’s fortitude springs forth in the midst of a disaster, propelling him to perform perilous acts of valor that saves lives, thus catapulting his status to that of Hero, though they usually proclaim the simple fact was, “it’s just what they had to do.”
Two weeks ago a large amount of cash was discovered in the parking lot of the Lucerne Valley Post Office.
By Peter Day
LUCERNE VALLEY — This is one package someone is sure to miss.
Two weeks ago a large amount of money was found in the parking lot of the Lucerne Valley Post Office, and no one has claimed it.
"The money is wrapped up in a piece of paper," Postmaster Debra H. Ross said Tuesday. "There are three receipts inside with the money."
A poster in the window of Rock's Pizza and More shares an invitation by new Honorary Mayor Mavrick for Lucerne Valley residents to come to his shoe giveaway this Saturday.
By Staff Report
This Saturday, Honorary Mayor Mavrick will host a special event at his White Elephant Thrift Store on 32746 Old Woman Springs Road.
Open to Lucerne Valley residents only, the event will feature free shoes, free outfits for Mom, along with food and music provided by S Five Entertainment.
Bring identification for proof of residency.
By Peter Day
LUCERNE VALLEY — On a day known for celebration, Leslie Cummings was in a festive mood on May 5, 2011.
Then she had a stroke.
"It wasn't exactly my independence day," the Lucerne Valley resident said.
Partially paralyzed on one side, Cummings dived into getting well, following the orders of her doctors and doing whatever she could to move forward.
"I was very lucky I had a lot of family and friends who gave me support."
By Monica Solano
LUCERNE VALLEY — The Lucerne Valley Johnson Valley Municipal Advisory Council (MAC) gathered together Thursday evening to discuss plans on the upcoming Lucerne Valley Memorial Park projects, including the construction of a columbarium and a presentation on the town’s cemetery.
TAYLOR DAYNE (Above)
1. Chamber Mixer: For chamber members, this is one of the most festive mixers of the year.This event also celebrates First Mountain Bank's 25 years at the location.
Where: First Mountain Bank
Cost: Free to Chamber members
Information: (760) 248-7215
2. Death by Chocolate: The High Desert Theater Arts Guild will present the comedy play "Death By Chocolate."
When: 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 2:30 p.m. Sunday.
Where: High Desert Center for the Arts, 15615 8th St., Victorville.
First Mountain to host mixer
First Mountain Bank Lucerne Valley Branch is going to have a Chamber Mixer on June 22, and it will also be our 25th anniversary at this location.
Car Gathering on June 23
We will be meeting at Rock’s Place on June 23. All classic car owners and enthusiasts are welcome to join us.
Moose Lodge Jam