The next regularly scheduled Lucerne Valley Unified School District Board of Trustee meeting for Dec. 9 has been cancelled. There will be a special board meeting at 5:30 p.m. on Dec. 10 at the Lucerne Valley Unified School District Board Room, 8560 Aliento Road, Lucerne Valley.
By Peter Day
LUCERNE VALLEY — With the area's theft rate inching higher, residents must do everything they can to prevent becoming a victim.
Last Tuesday, Mike Ward of the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department gave a "Refuse To Be A Victim" presentation at the monthly meeting of the Lucerne Valley Economic Development Association. Initially designed for seniors, the presentation has been expanded and soon county employees will receive the training.
Ward began with a story of two ninjas and a ninja master.
By Gary Schlenz
The writer of Hebrews, in speaking of our faith, connects our hope and faith to the immutability of God. It is in His nature and character that one finds the surety for his belief.
In the Scriptures, one discovers truth and is challenged to holy living. The fruit of holy living is a life blessed by the promises of God, which include living eternally with God. In Hebrews 6:19 we read, “This hope we have as an anchor of the soul, both sure and steadfast…(NKJV).
From staff and wire reports
For 14 years now young men and women have arrived at the Fort Irwin National Training Center for the annual Explorer Academy. Run by the Inland Empire Fire Explorer Association (IEFEA), the Academy is a five-day camp where Explorers participate in a number of drills, get hands on experience, and decide if a career in firefighting is what they want to pursue.
From Staff and Wire Reports
The Lucerne Valley Janice Horst Branch Library will be closed today and Friday as part of county-wide two-day closures following Wednesday's mass shooting that killed 14 people in San Bernardino. The library will reopen on Saturday, according to county spokesman David Wert.
By Madison Redding
Special to the Leader
On Oct. 28 six Lucerne Valley High School students took an unforgettable trip to Louisville, Ky. and Washington, D.C.
It all started for these kids with an opening session were they got to sit and listen to inspirational speeches. They also got to see the installation of new national officers.
Just Jewelry "Plus" Craft Show on Dec. 4, 5
A special event the Lucerne Valley Seniors are sponsoring is the Just Jewelry "Plus" Craft Show.
There will be lovely creative earrings, necklaces, bracelets, etc., one of a kind original art works that would make beautiful stocking stuffers and perfect gives for special people.
The "Plus" part includes other creations of our artists. I do know one artist does beautiful leather work. Sharon will help you make your own necklace.
Monday, Nov. 23
12:25 p.m. A burglary was reported on Highland Road.
Sunday, Nov. 22
7:28 p.m. A disturbance was reported in the 10000 block of Crystal Creek Road.
3:23 p.m. Animal cruelty was reported in the area of Mesa Road and Sapphire Road.
11:35 p.m. A missing person was reported in the 8600 block of Fairlane Road.
8:03 a.m. Illegal dumping was reported in the area of Donaldson Road and Foothill Road.
2:26 a.m. A domestic battery arrest was made in the 9600 block of Palomar Trail.
After leading the Lucerne Valley football team’s potent offense, Zack Mejia was named the Agape League Offensive MVP. He rushed for 1,277 yards and 25 touchdowns, averaging 127.7 yards a game during the regular season. Mejia rushed for over 100 yards in six games this season.
Upland Christian’s Rex Modica picked up Defensive MVP honors.
Lucerne Valley, along with Hesperia Christian, each placed a pair of players on the offensive team, and the Patriots had two players named to the defensive team.
All-Agape League Football Team
By Peter Day
Some people ask me how they can get news of their organization into the Leader. Well, the answer is that it's not very difficult.
As the Leader's main reporter it's my job to cover meetings such as LVEDA, the LV-JV MAC and School Board. You'll also may see me around town covering anything from bake sales to mountain lions climbing 35-foot tall power poles. But as small a town as ours is, there always more events and information that deserves to get into our town's newspaper.
CREATE A PRESS RELEASE