By KEAGAN WEIS
The Leader publishes the names of those who are arrested in Lucerne Valley as well as Lucerne Valley residents who are arrested elsewhere in San Bernardino County, along with the reason for their arrest. All information comes from the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department.
Tuesday, Sept. 16
6:14 p.m. A theft was reported in the area of Highway 18 and Old Woman Springs Road.
6:04 p.m. Vandalism was reported in the 30000 area of Rabbit Springs Road.
2:19 p.m. A burglary was reported in the 30000 area of Highway 18.
1:33 p.m. An arrest was made in the 30000 area of Highway 18.
By HOLLY SOSA
With football season in full swing, having an easy, but delicious recipe in your arsenal is always a good idea. You never know when you will be feeding a crowd that pops over to watch the game and besides, when it’s game day, the last thing you want to do is spend time in the kitchen when you could be watching your favorite team.
One of my most favorite go-to menu items are French Bread Pizzas. These little slices of joy are the perfect game day meal. They are simple, fast, easy to make, and everyone gets exactly what they want without having to compromise.
By STEVE COLANGELO
I want to apologize for being absent from the Leader for the last two months but I have been busy with the move of our church to Midway Park and the birth of our fourth grand-child. Seeing that precious little girl only minutes after her birth reminds me of the preciousness and sanctity of life. We are now blessed with three grandsons and one granddaughter.
John Miller and his family have put up flags on major holidays including Sept. 11. The crew consists of Miller, a local land appraiser, his wife Angie, daughter Alexis, 10, and sons Shaun, 16, and Jacob, 12. The Millers have carried on the tradition from Jerry Byars, who put up the flags for many years. Photo by Peter Day
By Peter Day
Every major holiday since May, John Miller, his wife Angie and their three children have loaded 50 U.S. Flags into their van and headed out for the highway.
Lucerne Valley sweep also gets drugs, weapons and rattlesnakes
From staff reports
LUCERNE VALLEY • The San Bernardino County Probation Department, along with the Sheriff’s Department, conducted a probation compliance operation from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday in Lucerne Valley.
Nine people were arrested, including five adult probationers and four people not under supervision who were found to have warrants or be in violation of the law.
Carmen Fox will assume John Buchanan’s board seat
From Staff Reports
Lucerne Valley voters won’t be selecting school board members in November due to a lack of candidates.
Carmen Fox, the only new candidate to apply, will assume the seat of school board member John Buchanan who has chosen to not run for reelection.
“There’s no contest,” said school board president Jim Harvey. “By default she’s automatically elected.”
Harvey and board member Dawn Turnbull, whose terms are ending, will automatically begin serving their next terms in early December.
Author brings personal challenges to life in ‘Chrysalis’
By PETER DAY
Writer Lou Grantt knows of which she speaks.
Her latest book, “Chrysalis, A Short Story,” tells of a young woman in a wheelchair with muscular dystrophy. Through her journey, she experiences sometimes risky ways to relieve her boredom.
But “Chrysalis,” which is currently offered on Amazon for $1.49, is more than a writer’s fanciful prose. Many of the stories are true-to-life experiences lived by Grantt.