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    By Dianne Anderson Heather Johnson San Bernardino Schools Candidate It’s not so much that Heather Johnson holds a master’s degree in education while working on her doctorate in education that gives her the edge in her run for the San Bernardino City Unified School Board. It’s probably more like education is in her DNA. Her ...
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    By Dianne Anderson As long as voters just put a stamp on it and mail their ballots back early, or put a mask on and drop the ballot off in front of the county Registrar of Voters office starting on October 5, then voting should not be a problem this election. In the meantime, nothing ...
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    By Eliz Dowdy Staff Writer   Early in the week the news was received that High Desert resident Herbert Anthony Prioleau had succumbed on Sunday, July 26.   Prioleau relocated to the high desert in 1999, with his wife Diana.  They were involved in many high desert community civic activities.    He was one of the organizers ...
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    County Public Health will conduct a drive-thru sample collection event for novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in the High Desert on Thursday, April 2. LOCATION: San Bernardino County Fairgrounds ADDRESS: 14800 7th St., Victorville TIME: 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. for appointments, 1 – 2 p.m. (or until supplies last) for walk-ins (no appointment needed) This event ...
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    By Eliz Dowdy Staff Writer In the midst of the virus pandemic, high desert communities awakened to the news Saturday morning that longtime resident, activist, and encourager, Garner Cordell Morris had succumbed shortly after midnight at home. Morris was born in a rural area near Batesville, Mississippi, in the Delta, close to the tri-state areas ...
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    The deadline to submit responses to the High Desert Survey has been extended to September 15th, according to Joseph W. Brady, initiator of the survey and one of its key sponsors. The High Desert Survey seeks to identify the challenges and issues affecting the region that rank among the highest priorities of its residents. “Based ...
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    By Eliz Dowdy, Staff Writer The Alumni chapter of Delta Sigma Theta held the 13th annual MLK Peace March in Victorville.  The day was blustery and cold, but the high desert communities came out to participate, be encouraged, and view the unveiling of the newest civil rights plaque added to the display on a grassy ...
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    By Eliz Dowdy, Staff Writer When the Millionaire Mind Kids first started in the living room of Delores Williams for her grandkids in 2005, she never envisioned where it would be twelve years later.  Williams inherited her two grandchildren when they were two and four years of age. She was working full time in Information ...