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Barstow Desert Dispatch (Newspaper) - July 27, 2015, Barstow, California Obama Kenya is at a Crossroads v / news a3 1 Good morning Barstow amp High desert serving our communities since 1910 $1 plus tax monday july 27, mis today Tui wed Senate too to 103 /73 103 /79 Complete forecast a6 Matron Nursery products wins Bio solids contract the Barstow City Council approved staff recommendation on monday to award the Bio solids professional services agreement to Nursery products in Helendale. Four proposals were submitted to provide a Means of removal and disposal of the City a Wastewater treatment plants Bio solids. According to the staff report Nursery products submitted the lowest responsible bid. Holloway environmental a proposal did not include the removal and disposal of class sub a Bio solids the report said. Since the removal and disposal of class sub a Bio solids was a requirement in the request for proposals Holloway a bid could not be accepted according to Spanish Trail Day set for oct. 3 the third annual old Spanish Trail Day will be held oct. 3 at the desert discovery Center 831 Barstow Road. A full program of activities involving the history of the old Spanish Trail is planned. For More information Call 760-252-6060. saw artist has tools swiped Bridgeton . A new Jersey Chain saw artist says somebody nicked his tools. Brian a pack monster Ackley says someone broke into his workshop and made off with Allio of his saws. Ackley tells Cau to he a been doing Chain saw carvings for 15 years creating statues and other a Artsy stuff out of stumps and toppled Trees. But he discovered Friday morning that someone had broken into the workshop next to his Bridgeton accused of decapitating wife in Central Phoenix Home Phoenix Phoenix police say a Man suspected of decapitating his wife and their two dogs will be charged once he recovers from his own injuries. Officers were called to a Central Phoenix apartment saturday around 9 45 . After a neighbor found the suspect who was nude. Officers entered the Home and found 49-year-old Trina Heisch a body and the dogs in a closet. A the associated press around town a5 lottery. A2 California. Al nation. A3 classified. Of opinion a4 comics. R4 sports. By dear Abby. B5 weather a6 in Ujj Aix Rte me delivery 760-241-7755 is tips760-256-4124 volume 105 Issue 326 by Jeff Cooper staff writer Barstow children and teenagers skimmed and whirled around on skateboards and Bax bikes As they showcased their Talent and balance in the second annual touch the sky skate and Bax Competition on saturday at Barstow skate Park. Seventy competitors from Ages 6 to 17 performed on boards and Light bikes in front of judges in two rounds of skills and technique and see skate a2 scams and swindles a readers tale of the grand jury seam s 05105 48323 Cam Calls involving phony warrants for k missed jury duty or grand jury duty have been hitting High desert residents for at least a year or two now. According to Law enforcement officials and one of our readers these swindlers Are still plying their Trade locally. Last week i got an email from Reader Edie Kelley of Hesperia whose f Amily nearly fell victim to one of these ruses. The same week the san Bernardino county sheriffs i Hesperia station issued a news release reminding resident s of the phony warrant Calls. Kelley said she got a Voicemail from a Man identifying himself As a Deputy Sean Gwen of the san Bernardino county sheriffs department. I in was calling for one of Kelley a family members who had previously lived with her Kelley asked me not to use the family members 1 Kris Reilly name so Well Call her the phony Deputy provided a callback number and when Michelle called it she was informed that she had missed a grand jury summons and there was a warrant out for her arrest. Kelley took detailed and insightful notes on the whole incident so til let her take it from Here a the bogus a Deputy was very professional sympathetic and helpful a Kelley wrote. A the had the court houses phone number on see scam a2 education teachers Summit to address common Coati h hanuman t diversity to Host july ill event in Vinton ii in by Charity Lindsey staff writer Victorville an estimated 20,000 teachers from across the state will meet at 33 locations on july 31 for a free event designed for teachers to share ideas and practices addressing common Core. Brandman University will Host the regional Summit in Victorville and most of the local school districts Are signed up to attend including Apple Valley snowline and Barstow although event coordinators said they would like to see even More show up. State superintendent of Public instruction Tom Torlakson described the event As an a exciting Opportunity in a recent news release and asked that any rec Ommen Dat i it is on i Low t o spread the word to be sent to the new j fat her Center. from across the state will gather Tor a free one of a kind event designed to build a powerful network of Peers share Best practices and Access effective resources to implement the new California standards a Torlakson said. Brandman University Dean of education i it a. Christine Zeppos said the a twi Iole purpose is teachers helping teachers with practices aligned with common a Vanyl xxi looking for professional development will get a Toolkit of places to go Atter the Zeppos explained the Summit would include a morning keynote speaker when the event begins at 8 ., followed by several de l Alks during the Day and a a a campy session facilitated by representatives from Decamp a nonprofit educational foundation. Deb Clarkson principal of Victor Valley Christian school said she Hopes to a again insight regarding Best practices for see teachers a2 c 01 Petiti his mrs at Barstow skate Park republicans rebuke Cruz Elijah Boecker 16, of Barstow does a grind on a Handrail at the touch the sky skate and Bax Competition at Barstow skate Park on saturday. The event War hosted by the Barstow youth advisory Council David Pardo i i Rar of t by Erica Werner the associated press Washington senior Senate republicans lined up sunday to rebuke Texas Republican sen. Ted Cruz for harshly criticizing majority Leader Mitch Mcconnell an extraordinary display of intr party division played out live on the Senate floor. As the Senate met for a rare sunday session Sens. Orrin Hatch of Utah Lamar Alexander of Tennessee and John Cornyn of Texas each Rose to counter a stunning floor speech Cruz gave on Friday accusing Mcconnell r-ky., of lying. None of them mentioned Cruz by name but the target of their remarks could not have been clearer. Hie drama came As the Senate Defeated a procedural local kids display skills on skateboards Bax bikes youth vote to repeal president Barack Obama a health care Law and took a step toward reviving the Federal Export import Bank both amendments on a must pass Highway Bill. A squabbling and Sanctimony May be tolerated in other venues and perhaps on the Campaign Trail but they have no place among colleagues in the United states Senate a said Hatch the Senate a president pro tempore. Cruz is running for president. A the Senate floor Lias even become a place where senators have singled out colleagues by name to attack them in personal terms to impugn their character in blatant disregard for Senate rules a Hatch said. A such misuses of the Senate floor must not see Cruz a2 sen. Ted Cruz a Texas Speaks to reporters following a rare sunday Senate session on Capitol Hill in Washington. Senior Senate republicans lined up sunday to rebuke Cruz for attacking majority Leader Mitch Mcconnell an extraordinary display of intr party division played out live on the Senate floor. Manuel Salce Ceneta the associated press

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