Memorial Day Event At SBC Fair Grounds/Get Tickets By May 23

Get the kid’s picture taken in a Black Hawk helicopter and take home photos of the the Color Guard and Cavalry Regiment! Join in Monday, May 27th, 2019 at the San Bernardino County Fair Grandstands for its 3rd annual Memorial Day Event ceremony. Gates will open at 5:00 p.m.

Assemblyman Obernolte Community Coffee/Special Guest: Sen. Scott Wilk

Hesperia, Calif. – Assemblyman Jay Obernolte (R-Hesperia) announced he will be hosting a Community Coffee at the Spring Valley Lake Community Building with Senator Scott Wilk. This event will occur on Saturday, May 25, 2019 from 10:00 am to 11:00 am. The event is free and open to the public. Constituents are encouraged to come ask questions about legislation in Sacramento, share their ideas for the community, and learn about resources available at the Assembly District Office. Please RSVP to the 33rd District Assembly Office (760)-244-5277. Walk-ins are also welcome (this is open to the public and there is seating for a over a hundred people – to send in those RSVPs).

VVC Police Department Is Bringing Active Shooter Response Training To Victorville

Victorville, Calif. – Victor Valley College Police Department and the ALICE Training Institute have teamed up to bring ALICE Instructor Certification Training to Victorville, CA, on June 26-27, 2019. The course will be held at the Victor Valley Community College, 18422 Bear Valley Road, Victorville, CA 92395.

This two-day Instructor Certification course is designed to teach proactive option-based strategies to increase survivability in a

Supervisors Direct Funding Toward Local Community To End Homelessness

San Bernardino, Calif. –  An estimated 3,400 homeless individuals and families at imminent risk of homelessness will benefit from more than $6.6 million in state grant funding distributed today by the Board of Supervisors to 15 local agencies throughout the county.

An additional $2.3 million in grant funding will be distributed to seven additional local agencies in the near future.

The funds are a portion of nearly $9.4 million the county received from the $500 million Homeless Emergency Aid Program, or HEAP,

SBC Museum Annual Bucky Ball: Join The Museum’s Biggest Party Of The Year

San Bernardino, Calif – Celebrate the San Bernardino County Museum’s incredible work focusing on the region’s nature, art, history and science at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, May 18. By attending Bucky Ball, you support the Museum’s mission to inspire the community about the Inland Empire’s rich cultural and natural history through year-round STEM-based and family-focused programming.

Calico Ghost Town Bluegrass Spring Festival May 11-12

Calico Ghost Town, Yermo, Calif. – Mother’s Day weekend, May 11-12, Calico Ghost Town will hold its annual Bluegrass in the Spring Festival featuring many bluegrass and country artists.

Among the featured performers are,Grasslands, Out of the Desert, Lilies of the West, Virtual Strangers, and S.W.B.A. Bluegrass Kids. Special Consensus and Nu-Blu will open for the headliner of the Saturday night concert in the Silver Bowl, Scott Slay and the Rail.

Life Impact Center Hosts Youth Hiring Event May 10

This Friday, May 10, 2019, 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m., Life Impact Center at 12199 Industrial Blvd Victorville is hosting a Youth Hiring Event.
The center urges you to arrive ready to interview with at least 10 resumes. Several employers throughout the high desert will be onsite taking applications, resumes, and doing onsite interviews. Arrive dressed and ready to impress! For

City of Victorville To Host Free Stop The Bleed Class For Community

Victorville, Calif. – Did you know that a person who is bleeding can die from blood loss within five minutes? With training, you can provide immediate life-saving help to slow blood loss before emergency responders arrive on scene. The City of Victorville is offering a Stop the Bleed class free of charge for the community. This hands-on class will be held May 14 from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. in Conference Room D at Victorville City Hall, 14343 Civic Dr.

Rat Poison Bill 1788: CA State Senate Next To Vote/How You Can Help

Simone Graham – Editor: We have all seen the reporting on television news or L. A. Times news articles about our southern California mountain lions and the perils they face surviving in our local mountain ranges. I wonder if the mountain lions are wandering into marijuana farms (legal or illegal) and getting poisoned by eating the rats attracted by the plants? Of course, the animals can be killed just as easily by rat poison ingested by rats from someone’s backyard. Whether you are for or against the bill, here is its progress so far.

Los Angeles Union Station 80th Anniversary Celebration This Weekend

On Friday, May 3, Union Station began celebrating this momentous milestone with the more than 100,000 commuters and travelers that move throughout the station each day. From 1–7 p.m. the regal Waiting Room will feature live entertainment from L.A. bands the California Feetwarmers and the New Recessionaries along with guest performers on the station’s public piano.

A Living Gallery will feature an electronic photo retrospective of the station’s storied past, and the Del Oro Pacific Modular Railroad and Kids Exhibit will thrill train enthusiasts and visitors.