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Victorville Daily Press (Newspaper) - June 23, 2011, Victorville, California COMING 30,000-plus surge troops leaving Beginning to wind down a long and devastating President Barack Obama announced Wednesday night he was pulling home 33,000 U.S. troops from Afghanistan withdrawing the of forces he had sent to rescue a flailing Said Obama to a country eager for an tide of war is total of 10,000 troops will leave the war zone by the end of this year fulfilling promise withdrawal starting next month and more than 20,000 additional forces will leave by summer 2012, shortly before the president will go before voters in search of a second almost 70,000 U.S. troops will remain in an unstable fighting in a war bound to see more Americans WAR PAGE 8 in head-on A man and woman were killed early Wednesday morning in a violent head-on collision in California Highway Patrol officials 49, of and an unidentified man from Phelan died a little after midnight when their vehicles collided on Phelan Road just east of Shasta Officer Joaquin Zubieta 34-year-old man was driving his 2002 Honda Accord west on Phelan Road when his vehicle veered into oncoming striking COLLISION PAGE 6 shot in face with also BEATRIZ E. A woman was shot in the face and her brother in the back when someone fired into a group of people Tuesday night at Village San Bernardino County Sheriff's Victorville station officials Two others were also hurt in the this it's unknown why the shots were Karen spokeswoman for the Victorville officials received several 911 PAGE 6 DAILY OWNER Thirty-one years after a woman's family moved out of their home and accidently left her yearbooks Hope of found tracked down the owner online and returned gets yearbooks back after 31 BROOKE novor occurred to US to them I they belonged V V to But in 1980, how would you go about finding who they would belong Hesperia It was 31 years ago this month that Hope Eggleston and her family moved into a home in Buena was just 7 years old that but she was instantly drawn to the two high school yearbooks left behind by one Pat parents found the garage when we were moving Eggleston from 1964 and one was from 1966. We just looking through them and looking at the just this funny little piece of history that we interest grew when both she and her PAGE 6 Melee breaks out at James A. Woody Park in Apple I. turned into a when they allege they attacked li nearly two dozen have VALLEY An Apple had gathered to basketball at James through A. P^k said the who was in the of her sons one who recently returned from a tour of duty in Iraq were viscously attacked and had to be treated at St. Mary Medical Bernardino County Apple Valley PACE 7 debt on pace to equal size of Debt crisis looms absent major policy ANDREW The rapidly growing national debt could soon spark a crisis unless Congress moves the Congressional Budget Office warned Wednesday in a study that underscored the stakes for Vice President Joe Biden and negotiators working on a sweeping plan to reduce red seized on the report to renew their push to reduce costs in federal benefit programs such as report said the national now is on pace to equal the annual size of the economy within a DEBT CRISIS PAGE 8 business owner to help Joplin militants escape Yemen YEMEN Nearly 60 suspected militants tunneled their way out of a Yemeni prison in the lawless south deepening the chaos of a nation where protesters are trying to topple the autocratic Page 103 Low 63 Desert A2 Movies D3 Obituaries B2 Scoreboard C5 Sports CI Weather 06 Daily published by Freedom Communications I i Mil
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