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Barstow Desert Dispatch (Newspaper) - March 14, 2015, Barstow, California Lawyer stands for Fraps rights Stai Kan a non a1 serving our communities since 1910 $1 plus tax saturday March 14,2015 today Sun Mon x4 7>7 x7 /s7 xxx so a Complete forecast a6 local new commander coming to base a change of command ceremony will be held at fort Irwin National training Center at 9 30 . March 24, As Brig. Gen. Joseph Martin assumes command. Martin assumes command of the National training Center from maj. Gen. Ted Martin who will become commanding general of the . Army a 2nd infantry division. Brig. Gen. Joseph Martin is currently the Deputy commanding general of the combined arms Center training at fort Leavenworth Kansas. Miss Barstow pageant entry deadline sunday plans Are underway for the 76th annual miss Barstow pageant scheduled for april 25. Entry deadline is sunday. Applications May be mailed in or brought to the registration site located at the ramada inn. All times dates and requirements Are listed on the application and the website. Applications for the 2015 pageant Are now available at the following locations Barstow area chamber of Commerce Brunnert a tiny time the make up Box anytime fitness fitness my 24/7, cutting Edge flair amp Nail Salon Barstow College Barstow and Silver Valley High schools. You May also review the pageant website and download the application at wow. . Congress plays by different rules members of Congress who Are demanding Hillary Rodham Clinton a emails Are largely exempt from such scrutiny themselves. Congress makes its own rules and has never subjected itself to open records Laws that Force agencies such As the state department to maintain records and turn them Over to the Public when asked. Marines release names of 7 victims the Black Hawk helicopter that crashed in dense fog during a training Mission in Florida was carrying seven special operations marines forces based in North Carolina along with four National guard soldiers from Louisiana. All were killed. On Friday military officials released the names of the marines killed. All were from the 2nd special operations battalion of the Marine corps special operations command or maroc at Camp Lejeune. California a3 classified b6 comics b4 dear Abby b5 lottery. A obituaries. A religion. A4 sports. I weather. A6 Contact us Home delivery.760-241-7755 news tips.760-951-6235 volume 105, Issue 217 7 05105 48323barstow Christian school former Secretary Back in custody judge increases bail to $350,000 in alleged teen sex ease by Jose Quintero staff writer Victorville a a former Secretary at Barstow Christian school accused of engaging in sexual acts with a teenage boy was Back in custody Friday morning after a judge ruled to concealed carry increase her original bail amount. Judge Ray mond l. Haight increased bail for Kristen Kay Blanton to $350,000 she originally posted $150,000 bail. Haight also ruled if Blanton posts bail she is required to have no Contact with children under the age of 18, except for her own children. Blanton Blanton 37, appeared in a Victorville courtroom Friday morning along with her husband and other family members after pleading not guilty to seven felony charges wednesday. During her arraignment the prosecution made a motion for a hearing to increase Blantons bail. Blanton is facing four counts of lewd or lascivious acts with a child aged 14 to 15 years old two counts of Oral copulation and one count of Oral copulation with a child under in years old. San Bernardino county Deputy District attorney Melissa Pedroza said Friday the prosecution seeks the maximum sentencing if convicted. Pedroza estimates Blanton is facing 13 years and four months in prison if convicted on All counts. Prior to her hearing Blanton declined to comment. See bail a2 gun permits on the Rise Pat Chastain of Hesperia left and Craig Oehme of Apple Valley keep up their firearm skills As concealed carry weapons permit holders at Apple Valley gun club. David Pardo daily press prison realignment prop. 47 leading to increase in cow applications by Anneli Fogt staff writer san Bernardino county sheriffs department officials say prison realignment and lighter jail terms for some offenders have led to More county residents seeking concealed carry weapons permits. Sheriffs of. Frank Bell told the daily press this week that the department is a definitely seeing a recent increase in applications for concealed carry weapons and said prison realignment and legislation such As prop. 47 Are the Likely reasons. He said the county has a never been really stringent on the reason Why people feel they need a cow permit but a prop. 47 and prison realignment is an overwhelming reason people have listed in recent applications. A if people Are being released from jail or prison the Assumption is they will return to the Community they came from which is Hinkley everywhere a Bell said. A it affects Bell said the county takes self Protection As reason enough for a permit but applicants Are asked Why they feel they need to be protected. A sheriff John Mcmahon a stand on tile topic is that if the applicant meets the requirements set Forth is of Good moral character has no felonies and is a resident of the county there a no reason Why they would be denied a Bell said. Education Apple Valley gun club president Gary Menser is a cow Holder and said he got his permit because he rides motorcycles and finds himself in Remote areas where response times for Law enforcement May be Long. He stressed that the gun he carries is a a last resort and is not a substitute for Law enforcement. Menser continued to say that the number of see gun permits a Market Post office closing doors Lier Selling property including Community s Only Gas station by Mike Lamb staff writer Hinkley residents in this Small Rural Community Are losing both their Only Market and Gas station As Well As their Post office. Pm amp a spokesman Jeff Smith announced on wednesday that the owner and tenant of the Hin Kley Market approached Pacific Gas and electric about a potential Purchase of his properties. Smith said both parties Are close to an agreement on terms for the Sale of the Market property which also includes the Community a Post office. Smith said the owner indicated he plans to close the Market by the end of the month. The Post office received notice to vacate by March 24, according to Eva Jackson communication program specialist with the . Postal service in san Diego. See Hinkley a2 school District a in Good shape financially future budgets concern Board members by Mike Lamb staff writer Barstow while the Barstow unified school District a is in very Good shape financially a the Board of trustees expressed concern for the future. Wael Flat a business manager chief operating officer for the District presented t lie second interim report to the Board on tuesday. I is report showed the District is solvent for the remainder of the 2014 -15 school year. I in said the expected ending balance will exceed the requirements set Forth by the state. The trustees voted 4-0 to authorize Board president Ray Perea to positively certify the District will be Able to meet its year end obligations and obligations for two subsequent years. Board member Julie Gleamer was absent. The vote however was made alter criticism directed at the see budgets a3

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