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Victorville Daily Press (Newspaper) - April 6, 2015, Victorville, CaliforniaYouth Center opens its doors on seventh St a a Angels �0wa pastors dodgers l play Pivotal open season political role Spur a s. Cd 0a, a a. News. A3 serving our communities since 1937 $1 plus tax monday april 6, ?015 today tue wed 0 daily press 64�/35� 61�/36� 62�/34� Complete forecast c6 local Rancho water to Host annual open House Apple Valley Rancho water co. Will hold its annual informational open House from 6 to 7 30 . Wednesday at the Granite Hills High school Library 22900 saws ave. In Apple Valley. Staff from All of the water company a departments and Community partners will offer information and giveaways including tools to assist with water conservation efforts. The event includes refreshments. For More information Call 760-247-6484 or go to . Nominations sought for chamber awards the Victor Valley chamber of Commerce Are preparing to take nominations for its 2nd annual accolades awards where business owners and a number of businesses will be honoured. The award ceremony is scheduled for june 19. For updates and More information Call the chamber at 760-245-6506 or visit . Nation world cheese steaks ices and pretzels go global the Man intent on taking the Philly cheese Steak global saw a familiar sight from Home on a recent trip to Florida a Wawa. The Hoagie making Coffee brewing convenience and Gas Chain from the Philadelphia area is pushing hard into the Sunshine state opening More than 60 stores since 2012 with another 25 planned by the end of the year. Albie Misci sales director at cheese Steak Chain Tony Luke a knows the idea. A5 Pope holds mass for thousands Vatican City in an easter peace wish Pope Francis on sunday praised the framework nuclear agreement with Iran As an Opportunity to make the world safer while expressing deep worry about bloodshed in Libya Yemen Syria Iraq Nigeria and elsewhere in Africa. A California. A3 movies. A5 classified_____d2 opinion a4 comics__________b2 scoreboard .c2 dearabby�?b3 sports cd jobs._____________d1 Victorville. B1 lottery.a2 weather c6 Contact us Home ?-761-241-7755 news tips-766-951-6235 volume 78, Issue 159 105105 48323 fatal crash two killed three injured Highway 395 shut Down Between Rancho and Adelanto roads after collision by Shea Johnson staff writer Adelanto two people were killed and three suffered a a critical injuries in a two vehicle crash sunday afternoon on Highway 395 near Stater Bros. Stadium officials said. The incident was reported at 2 09 ., South of Rancho Road according to san Bernardino county sheriffs spokeswoman Jodi Miller. Shortly before 2 30 ., county fire officials who later said three people suffered critical injuries in the crash announced that an extrication was underway. County fire spokesman Jeff Allen said the extrication took 10 minutes and also that paramedics provided advanced life support for the three injured before they were flown to regional hospitals. The two others involved in the crash were pronounced dead on scene. Allen said two patients were transported by mercy air to Arrowhead regional medical Center in Colton and one patient was transported to Loma Linda University medical Center by a California Highway see crash a2 Community top five things about living in the High desert the proposed tapestry project will bring 3,006 Homes to Summit Valley which Many Hesperia residents feel will disturb the areas Scenic Beauty James Quigg daily press weather nabs top spot in daily press poll with the bitter cold of Winter while he dresses in shorts and flip flops. A we done to have to worry about Snow blowers chains on tires or freezing our rears off a Street said. A you can Barbecue and Golf year round and Only have to Deal with the wind by Rene Ray de la Cruz staff writer Victorville after polling 300 residents for our a Best things about living in the High desert Survey Ryan Street of Victorville typified the comments of respondents a Money can to buy happiness and everything that i love about the High desert is 1. Great weather while most of the country struggles with Long periods of cold weather Street was one of Many High desert residents who said he thinks of his Midwest and East coast friends and family struggling see five things a2 transportation work on two Victor Valley roadways underway northbound ramps at Oak Hill Road to re open Landav by Gary Brodeur staff writer work on two Victor Valley area highways this week join ongoing interstate 15 projects. Nighttime Roadway closures in one direction Are scheduled on Highway 138 from Phelan Green roads to interstate 15 from 7 01 . Monday through thursday until 5 01 . The next Day for striping operations and the installation of a rails. Daytime maintenance work is scheduled on Highway 395 from Highway 18/palmdale Road in Victorville to Cham Berlaine Way in Adelanto from 8 01 . To 3 01 . Monday through Friday for Core drilling. Road work continues nightly along project areas on interstate 15 from about Highway 395 through the Cajon pass to Devore for pavement resurfacing and interchange construction. Motorists should use caution when travelling through the areas which have reduced speeds posted. California Highway patrol officers May be on site to assist with traffic and safety. See roadways a3 Skyline theater another movie season Rolls through car club faithful customers enjoy opening night by Mike Lamb staff writer Barstow the Popcorn was popping and the hot dogs heating up. First the a made you look car club roared into the Skyline drive in. And the excitement of another season of outdoor movies kicked off with the a fast and the furious 7�?� and a Home. A after months of questions and uncertainties the Skyline drive in reopened Friday night. The owner of the Skyline drive in Larry Rodkey spent $200,000 for a 0,000-Watt Imp a it a f a theater in bar Stew celebrated their reopening of the theater on Friday after the owner Larry Ite key spent $266,666 Ter a 6,666-Watt digital see theater a2 projector. Jose Huerta daily press Jcj a White Honda Odyssey and a Ford expedition were involved in a traffic collision that resulted in two fatalities on Highway 395, South of Rancho Road on sunday in Adelanto. The cause of the crash is under investigation. David Pardo daily press a

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