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Victorville Daily Press (Newspaper) - July 11, 2015, Victorville, CaliforniaSuspect in of pier shooting did time at local prison Mavericks extend hot Streak lews As sports b1 so passes away entertainment. C7 Good morning High desert serving our communities since 1937dailysipress $1 plus tax saturday july 11,2015 today Sun Mon a a my w 11 89760� 92761� 95�/63� Complete forecast b6 local deputies still searching for Man accused of assaulting wife son with Machete the search continued Friday for a Man suspected of attacking his wife and son with a Machete on thursday afternoon in Victorville san Bernardino county sheriffs officials said Friday. The wife and son were treated for minor injuries at the scene of the crime in the 17200 Block of Dante Street near Stoddard Wells Road and West of interstate 15 around 1 . Thursday. Anyone with information about the incident is urged to Call the Victorville sheriffs station at 760-241-2911. South Carolina Confederate Flag head Start policy Council needs volunteers the san Bernardino county services department is accepting applications in the form of letters of interest from those who want to Volunteer As Community representatives on the head Start policy Council for program year 2015-16. The one year position involves monthly meetings and conference Calls. The Council is mandated by the funding source and must consist of parents of enrolled children or formerly enrolled children and others who Are familiar with resources and services to Low income preschool aged children and families. Submit letters of interest and experience including name address and daytime Telephone to Wrzalinski has. or san Bernardino county preschool services department 662 s. Tippecanoe ave., san Bernardino Ca 92415-0630, attention Vince Wrzalinski policy Council coordinator. For information Call 909-383-2050 by 5 . Aug. 17. Cook votes to protect National Foreste rep. Paul Cook r Apple Valley this week voted for or 2647, the resilient Federal Forest act of 2015, a Bill that would fund Active firefighting while still backing Forest fire prevention As dead tree removal. This Bill would immediately allow the Forest service and Bureau of land management to improve the health of local Federal forests by fast tracking emergency funding to the blk and Forest service by Fema in an emergency when funds Are exhausted. Business. 05 movies. Classified e5 obituaries comics. .d2 opinion. Dear Abby. ____d3 sports. Homes. I stocks. Lottery. A weather. .b1 Contact us Flag taken Down in so Home delivery-766-241-7755 news tips-�?764-951-6235 volume 78, Issue 255 05105 48323 by Jeffrey Collins and Meg Kinnard the associated press Columbia . South Carolina pulled the Confederate Flag from its place of Honor at the statehouse on Friday marking a Milestone in How America commemorates the War that Tore the United states apart 150 years ago. Many people believed the rebel Banner would Fly forever in the first state to leave the Union despite bitter feelings that remained after the Flag was demoted from atop the Capitol dome to a Confederate Monument out front 15 years ago. But the killings of nine Black Church members during a Bible study in Charleston last month suddenly changed the political truths and consequences surrounding civil War symbols. The Battle Flag unfurled to assert White Power and protest the civil rights protest in the 1960s had been defended by White Republican leaders until last month As a Symbol of Southern Pride. After the Church attack even supporters Felt compelled to acknowledge that the Flag also represents racial hatred. A no he can live Fot Ever. That Flag is a lie a South Carolina a act president Lonnie Randolph said. The Flag came Down Friday without incident in a 6 minute ceremony amid a crowd of up to 10,000 people chanting a Susa Usa a and a they hey see Flag a7 education in demand Usa Hazen of the san Bernardino comity Branch Library i Adelanto reads a Book about robots during stay time at the Library. Expert say Reading Over the summer can help children avoid falling behind in school and demand for the programs currently outstrips Supply David Pardo daily press More summer learning programs needed to fill achievement Gap by Charity Lindsey staff writer despite increased participation in summer learning programs in California in the last five years there remains a significant unmet demand for programs according to data from the a America after 3pm�?� study conducted by nonprofit organization afterschool Alliance. The study found that 46 percent of families in the state reported that at least one of their children participated in a summer learning program in 2013, As compared to 27 percent in 2008. Even with this growth the demand for summer programs far exceeds the rate of see demand a7 transportation Gas Price Spike causes commuter concern experts say no Relief in sight increases could surpass 50 cents a gallon by Rene Ray de la Cruz staff writer Victorville Friday morning commuters noticed that Gas prices were beginning to Rise again after the state reduced its excise tax on gasoline. But even after the California Board of equalization announced the states 36-cent fuel tax dropped 6 cents on july 1, said extraordinary convergence of fuel Supply problems this week in California prompted severe spikes in wholesale gasoline prices with no immediate Relief in sight a a we re anticipating increases that could surpass 50 cents a gallon in Southern California and up to 20 cents a gallon in Northern California by next week a Patrick Dehaan senior Petroleum analyst for Gas buddy said. A a that a Why we re asking governor Brown to intercede and Issue a waiver in the Public Gas buddy is asking motorists to sign its petition aiming to bring Gas Price Relief. On june 23, local commuters were seeing prices As Low As $3.15 per gallon in Hesperia and Victorville. On Friday those prices had jumped by As much As 10 cents. Refinery problems in the Spring new reports on inventory decreases and a reduction see Gas. A7 j local Gas prices Adelanto $3.19 Michael a Market i and Gas 11424 Chamberlaine Way i $3.21 Circle a 11724 air i expressway Apple Varey $3.24 Circle a 18465 Highway 18 $3.29 Arco 15333 ranchers As Road Baro Tew $3.35 love s travel Stop 2974 Lenwood Road $3.35 Circle a 500 rim Rock Road Hytti Ifill i i Sercl i $3.11 Circle k.8197 i ave. $3.25 Beck Oil 16307 main St. v Cicioc fisc $3.25 Costco 14555 Valier Center drive Mem Bers Only $3.27 Circle k. 1450�?T Palmdale Road source Gas buddy. Com prices accurate As of Friday afternoon an Honor guard from the South Carolina Highway patrol removes Hie Confederate Battle Flag from the Capitol grounds Friday in Columbia ., ending its 54-year presence there the associated press John Bazemore Highway 173 rollover injures infant woman airlifted Highway temporarily closed to land helicopter by Ait Neli Fogt staff writer Hesperia a woman was airlifted and a Man and infant child suffered minor injuries Friday morning after their Silver Hyundai Sedan overturned on Highway 173, roughly two Miles East of Highway 138, authorities said. Scanner traffic around 10 20 . Friday reported that Highway 173 was shut Down roughly two Miles East of Highway 138 to land the Upland fire depart ment helicopter and Airlift the woman. The Highway was reopened by to 45 . Scanner traffic reported the woman had major head injuries. She was airlifted to Loma Linda University medical Center. The Man and child were trans ported by ground ambulance to Lumc. San Bernardino county fire department firefighter Jeff Allen said county fire paramedics a provided advanced life support for the woman and child. California Highway patrol was investigating the incident. An unrelated rollover was reported on northbound see rollover a7 san Bernardino county fire depart ment firefighter work to treat a victim who was injured Baicar Roover an Highway 173 i tour morning. Photo Courtesy san Bernardino county fire

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