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Victorville Daily Press (Newspaper) - April 21, 2011, Victorville, California April 21,2011 Valley High Desert 76f plus spur to spark 900 break ground on 210-acre project helped by federal PETER Officials broke ground Wednesday on a 210-acre rail spur project that could bring 900 jobs over the next several groundbreaking ceremony signified the start of a year of construction to 1 rail switch and track from Mojave Street north to Lemon all with the help of a million federal The G Avenue Rail Lead project began in 2002. a great day of progress for our beautiful said Steve deputy director of Hesperia's Economic Development very proud and pleased that we're moving to Mayor SPUR 6 DAILY READY TO Railway Vice President Vann second tallis with Hesperia City Manager Mike Hesperia Economic Development deputy Steve second from and Economic Development Management analyst Lisa NATASHA VICTORVILLE A little over two years Ugo the national housing bust left I Dave who had worked for a real estate brokerage i standing in the unemployment The computer technician wasn't J having luck landing another job when he heard about the new Southern I California Logistics Airport School of Aviation which trains k students to become licensed or 1 airframe and power plant to repair commercial 58-year-old Apple Valley resident is now nearly finished with the 82-week has a powerplant training certificate and is starting work at the Pacific Aerospace Resources and Technology firm at SCLA in coming great to be back in school and learning again and especially in i something I've loved since I was TECH PROGRAM PAGE 7 to sustain tech salaries a turn online poker into a OSKAR America's run at online poker tables has by what could be a prosecutions of the three biggest government has blocked gamblers from on to the which are accused of and into billions of dollars in gamblers dreamed of enormous prizes in Las or even used poter to make a livings access online bankrolls the American off services to illegal immigrants easier said than pegs cost of illegal immigrants at billion in Donnelly proposes long-term MICHAEL COUNTY While Gov. Jerry Brown and lawmakers wrestle with the budget some Californians are adamant that much of the problem can be laid at the feet of people who are in the country message Stop teaching the cut off welfare checks and prisoners back billions of dollars spent on services could be put to work cutting the paying for vital programs and keeping tax increases at that's easier said than Court rulings require California to teach every child regardless of Ditto for treating emergency cases in the All children born in this country are so counties are required to provide cash aid and other even if their parents are here And the federal government has been pretty stingy when it replaces Spanish STAFF a grass-roots campaign by a local immigration a billboard for Verizon has been Herrera said his The People urged CBS Outdoor Advertising and Verizon to replace a Spanish language Verizon billboard on Foothill Boulevard in Rancho planned a boycott and PAGE 6 WT 1 r Summit closes after but Sunday is photographers killed in Two Western including an film were killed Wednesday in the besieged city of while covering battles between rebels and Libyan government Two others working alongside them were takes charge of L.A. YORK Major League Baseball is taking the extraordinary step of assuming control of the Los Angeles a team increasingly paralyzed by its bitter workers vote on ANGELES More than 60,000 Southern California grocery workers are voting on to authorize a strike against some of the state's largest supermarket Page 70 Low 44 now for 241-7755 NEWS 951-6270 Desert A2 Movies 03 Obituaries B2 Scoreboard C5 Sports CI Weather 06 Dally published by Freedom Prest uses Fior tips on edited br Mike N A
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