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Barstow Desert Dispatch (Newspaper) - May 2, 2015, Barstow, California Former Christie allies charged news a3 of Baffert a horses favourites sports by Good morning Barstow amp High desert serving our communities since 1910 $1 plus tax saturday May 2,2015 today Sun Mon iv/f.4 i Hij he i Complete forecast a6 a Barstow Cinco de Mayo dinner dance is tonight american legion auxiliary unit 324 will be holding a Cinco de Mayo dinner and dance from 5 toll tonight at the american legion Hall 2181 armory Road Barstow. Dinner is $8 for adults $4 for a kids plate from 5 to 7 . There will be dancing to new Mexico music from 7 toll . The event is open to the Public for Dine in or take out. All proceeds go toward local scholarships helping veterans and helping families of veterans. For More information Call 760-253-7744 or the legion at 760-252-8369. Mosaic design workshop to be held today the desert discovery Center 831 Barstow Road holds a mosaic design workshop from 2 to 4 . On the first and a Bird saturdays of the month. For More information Call 760-252-6060. Hil. Lit eliminate income tax state Board of equalization member George runner will make his Case for the Elimina lion of californians income tax. Page b5 ii after quake Nepal still needs Basic Aid nearly a week after a massive earthquake killed More than 6,200 people and collapsed buildings temples and Homes Nepal still urgently needs Basic Aid like shelter and food while Remote villages remain Cut off from help. Aid workers still face a immense logistical challenges Quot . Humanitarian chief Valerie Amos said Friday noting that the scale of the devastation in Nepal would be an obstacle for any government. A3 Baltimore police death six officers charged in death by Juliet Linderman and Amanda Lee Myers the associated press Baltimore rage turned to Relief in Baltimore Friday when the City Stop prosecutor charged six police officers with felonies ranging from assault to murder in the death of Freddie Gray. States attorney Mari Lyn Mosby said Gray a arrest was illegal and unjustified and that his neck was broken because he was handcuffed shackled and placed head first into a police Van where his pleas for medical attention were repeatedly ignored As he bounced around inside the Small Metal Box. The swiftness of her announcement less than a Day after receiving the police departments internal review and official autopsy results took the City by Surprise. So too did her detailed description based in part on her offices Independent investigation of the evidence supporting probable cause to charge All six officers with felonies. The police had no reason to Stop or Chase after Gray Mosby said. They falsely accused him of having an illegal switchblade when in fact it was a Legal pocket knife. Hie Van Driver and the other officers failed to strap him Down with a Seatbelt a direct violation of department policy and they ignored Gray a repeated pleas for medical attention even rerouting the Van to pick up another passenger. Education Mayweather is. Pack Ciao a towering fill Quot perform Anci ii be ii to Gay i televise Hon by Jose Quintero staff writer of t 7mb c Jam _ t d famed artists from a Tower of Power so Tom Politzer performs together on stage with the Barstow Junior High school band at the Barstow Community College performing arts Center on thursday night. Jose Huerta desert dispatch local jazz students Groove with Clink icons by Bryan Kawasaki staff writer ifs rare to find a Junior High school that has a jazz band. Its even More rare to find one that regularly features two guest soloists As renowned As Mic Gillette and Tom Politzer who Are Best known for their work with Tower of Power. On thursday evening the Barstow Junior High jazz Hawks opened their annual jazz concert atomic jazz with a matrix of sound that swung lived and shul fled throughout the confines of the Barstow Community College performing arts Center. While the jazz Hawks p e r to r in e d s c a in d d o w ii arraignments of Standard jazz tunes Gillette and Politzer dazzled the audience with improvisation solos that made Tower of Power a Funk powerhouse with hits such As a what is hip a and a a you re still a Young Gillette who was Lead trumpet with Tower of Power in the late 1960s, sliced through the bands chord progressions with dizzying Scales and dissonant tones before giving Way to Politzer and his own Brilliant solos on the Tenor sax. A when these Guys come in they just reiterate what i teach and what Tim Garvin bar Stow High school and Barstow Community College band instructor teaches a by is band director Dan baritone said. A so that a the biggest thing is getting players at a High level to come in because they May validate what you be been doing All performances from the bar Stow High school a aztecs and the Barstow Community College jazz ambassadors Fol Lowed the jazz Hawks before see jazz a6 the pay per vie the welterweight cd Impi on ship bout Between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pat Quito on saturday night is the highest in history hut experts predict t More than three million . Households will order the Light anyway. Meanwhile Many local bars Are choosing not to show the tight due to the hefty Price tag. The soc alled fight of the Century Quot has been More than five Yea in i he making and is expected to smash pay per View Revenue records As residential customers Shell out $99.99 each for a High Cie i Ini Tion feed. Despite being the most expensive pay per View attraction in the sports history too is a tar cry from the estimated $8,000 beef a of Bradys was asked to dish out to Purchase the tight. Beef a a Bradys carries every dec fight it Aid charging a $5 cover to its customers. But according to Genii a1 manage Jose Figueroa at the Hesperia location the business pays less than $ 1,000 per i Jet. Event showing saturdays boxing match at eight times that Price Wasny to feasible he said. See fight As of you watch Tor More 1 sports by around town.a5 lottery. A California. A3 religion. A4 classified. Re sports. By comics. B4 weather. A Hellas Loop dear Abby b5contact us Home delivery a a a a a a a a a a a a 760-241-7755 news tips.760-256-4124 volume 105, Issue 2597 l 05 1 05 48 323 0 Scooter race returns to Barstow on sunday k. By Jose Quintero stat writer Barstow the 410 mile Long Hellas Loop itt. A Treme endurance race is coming Hack to Barstow on sunday morning. Seven motor Scooter enthusiasts will take off from the Motel 6 on Yucca Avenue at 7 . Sunday morning and will travel up interstate 15 to Highway 127 to death Valley and Back to Barstow Down Highway 395, according to event organizer Alan Spears. Spears a former professional motorcycle racer is the president and ceo of san Diego based motor Scooter International land Speed federation. The race was originally set to be 375 Miles Long but poor Road conditions North of Trona and South of Highway 190 forced the route to make several changes. The racers must Stop at Van oms Point s along the designated route to deliver postcards to the san Diego office. If riders take other roads or highways during t he race they will be Dis Quali tied. It a rider is issued a traffic citation including speeding unsafe passing or reckless Cli iving the rider also May be subject to disqualification. Bice a rider passes the finish line Back in Barstow odometer s must indicate it least 410 Miles. T trophies will i awarded to t he top three finisher s. I Hesperia resident Mal t a Woodfield is one of the seven competing in the 1 Ace on a Vespa 15011. Woodfield took first place in t he 2012 race held in Barstow. A a i like any fling t hats a see race a6 ���nmnmmmmmnhm1nhnnnmmk Marilyn Mosby Baltimore states attorney Speaks Friday in Baltimore. Mosby announced criminal charges against All six officers suspended after Freddie Gray suffered a fatal spinal injury while in police custody. Alex Brandon the associated Driss

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