Code enforcement ready to tackle issues

March 4, 2014

County Code Enforcement Chief Andy Wingert, left, discusses code enforcement at the recent meeting of the Municipal Advisory Council. Code enforcement officer David Jorgen is to Wingert’s left. Peter Day / The Leader

Leader Editor

LUCERNE VALLEY • Out-of-code issues such as fire abatement and illegal dumping increasingly will be dealt with by the county, according to Code Enforcement Division Chief said Andy Wingert.

Honorary mayor candidates sought by Chamber

March 4, 2014

Once again it’s that time of year and the Lucerne Valley Chamber of Commerce is looking for candidates for the Annual Honorary Mayor’s Race.

If you are interested in taking that position for the Chamber of Commerce, please contact Elizabeth Barbosa at the Chamber office for further details.

The Lucerne Valley Chamber of Commerce is located at 32750 Old Woman Springs Road, Lucerne Valley. For more information, call 760-248-7215.

Sheriff's Blotter 03-05-14

March 4, 2014

VANDALISM: On Feb. 17 at 5:56 p.m., a Midway Avenue resident reported her car tires had been slashed by a neighbor.
LOITERING: A transient was advised he needed to leave the area and not loiter in the 30000 area of Old Woman Springs Road. The man complied. The report was taken on Feb. 17 at 12:15 p.m.
PETTY THEFT: A Foothill Road resident reported at 2:22 p.m. on Feb. 16 that her vehicle had broken into the previous night.
ILLEGAL SHOOTER: A resident heard gunshots in the area of Camp Rock and Granite roads, accordig to a report filed at 12:17 p.m.

Recipes: Magic Green Milk

March 4, 2014


When I was a kid, my Mom always did fun & silly things for each & every holiday. I am certain that I have her to credit for this holiday freak flag of mine. Even though she worked 12 hour shifts as a detective (&many days much longer than that), she found a small way to let us know she was thinking about us & that she was celebrating the holiday, no matter how small, with all of us.

Ambulance subscription plan is back

March 4, 2014

Battalion Chief Chris Norton, right, addresses the Lucerne Valley Municipal Advisory Council last week as Capt. Ben Van Wyk of Station 8 gets ready to present the Community Ambulance Membership Plan. Peter Day / Photo

Leader Editor

If you’re a senior citizen, Capt. Ben Van Wyk of Fire Station 8 has a suggestion that could help your pocketbook while potentially saving your life.
The Community Ambulance Membership Plan, which in recent years was just open to those already subscribing, is now open to all residents of all ages.



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