Equestrian: ETI Corral 70 Cross Road Riders awards banquet

March 31, 2015

The ETI Corral 70 Cross Road Riders handed out awards for its 2014 season end winners during a luncheon at Adelita's Restaurant in Lucerne Valley on Sunday, March 22.

The following are the winners:

AAA Division:

Champion, Erica Baxter, 238 points

AA Division:

Champion, Dakota Ward, 304 points

Reserve Champion, Chery Shumate, 201 points

3rd Place, Teresa Sisk, 165 points

4th Place, Marilyn Nimmo, 59 points

A Division:

Champion, Haylee Bohn, 218 points

Letter: Bill Lembright

March 31, 2015

Editor's Note: Lucerne Valley resident Bill Lembright recently sent this letter to the San Bernardino County Land Use Department to be included in the upcoming County development code for renewable energy projects in the desert. Others can send their letters to luscustomerservice@lus.sbcounty.gov. Responses are due by March 31.

Thank you for requesting public input. Here are some suggested changes, additions, or clarifications:

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Local Digest: March 25, 2015

March 24, 2015

COMMUNITY

First Mountain Bank to sponsor Mustang Fit

First Mountain Bank is sponsoring Lucerne Valley High School/Middle School Mustang Fit through the bank's

"Pay It Forward Program." All donations will be matched by First Mountain Bank through March 31.

All monies will go towards much need sports and gym equipment.

EDUCATION

School board calls special meeting

A special meeting of the Lucerne Valley Unified School District's board of trustees has been called for Wednesday, March 25.

Omya California is in the pink for cancer survivors

March 24, 2015

Several large material transportation trucks are sporting pink tailgates as a show of support of cancer research and those fighting the disease. (See the color image at www.lucernevalleyleader.com) Pictured, from left, Joel McCabe of Johnson Cat, Omya California quarry manager Doug Riddell, Manuel Hernandez of Omya California and Omya Plant Manager David Harp. PETER DAY/THE LEADER
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By PETER DAY
Senior Reporter

Omya California is in the pink — literally.

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