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Victorville Daily Press (Newspaper) - July 27, 2015, Victorville, CaliforniaCouncil considering options in updating City charter Aksum it clo Bama Kenya at a �?~crossroads2015 class enshrined in Hof news a j spor1s, b1 it Rex it Fri t c i. A a 2�3 it �2 1 is i i i i a it Good morning. High desert serving our communities since 1937daily Ess $1 plus tax monday july 27, 2015 today tue wed log it daily press 94764� 97�/68� 99�/72� Complete forecast b6 health Fra proposes adding sugar to food labels the . Food and drug administration has proposed including the percent daily value for added sugars on the nutrition facts Label of packaged foods giving Consumers additional information for added sugars similar to information they have seen for decades with respect to nutrients such As sodium and certain fats. The Fra also recommended a daily value of 50 Grams. That a equivalent to about 12 Teaspoons less than what is in a single 20-ounce soft drink according to or. Harold Goldstein executive director of the California Center for Public health advocacy. Sugar sweetened beverages have been linked to at least 25,000 deaths each year in the United states according to a recent study. If Consumers agree with the Fra they can voice their support during the proposals Public comment period Over the next 75 Days. Go to to comment nation world theater gunman had history the stranger clenched his fists and Shook his head recounting a time when he tried and failed to beat a cat to death with a steel Rod. His audience two women lunching at a Lafayette Bistro on a saturday afternoon sat across from him shocked and silent this stranger told them he once took in a stray cat and it got sick so he bashed its head with the Rod but failed to kill it Days later John Russell Houser a photograph flashed onto television screens across America As the Man who opened fire in a movie theater. A4 California. A3 movies .c5 classified d4 nation a4 comics d2 opinion c4 dear Abby .�.d4 sports a b1 jobs.�?. D1 scoreboard .b2 lottery a2 weather�?.b6 Contact us inn Inq ___7t-241-tt55 new tips�?-764-51-4235 volume 78, Issue 271 7 1 0 5105 48323 8 Senate gop officials rebuke Cruz 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 Comyn 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. The drama came As the Senate Defeated a procedural vote to repeal president Barack Obama s 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 see Cruz As Vic Victor Valey College students from left to right Kaitlin Rickerl professor Hinrich Kaiser Tessa Edwards Timothy Baum Justin Nunez Kimberly Antekeier Mckenna Chamberlain Deanna Downing Jose Huerta and Ruby Resendez How up flags of the United states of America Vic and Cuba at Playa go Fri the Beach where the Bay of pigs invasion took place Jose Huerta daily press biology students make discoveries in Cuba team also visits Costa Rica Panama by Charity Lindsey staff writer a team of students from the biology department of Victor Valley College recently returned from a trip to Cuba where they were put to the task of documenting species they discovered As they explored the country. With Cuba and the United states recently returning to the negotiation table to restore diplomatic ties the timeliness of the biology trip allowed the students to soak in More than just scientific research but also the culture and history that comes along with world travel. Vic biology professor or. Hinrich Kaiser said that although this trip he led was biology focused he wanted to make it a a much broader this rare Opportunity for Community College students to travel abroad and conduct see trip a5 education Vest budgets to meet student growth District focuses on class size reductions is building new school by Charity Lindsey staff writer Victorville the Victor Valley elementary school districts recently projected budget for the 2015-16 school year addresses continual student population growth and Aims to meet the same objectives As the state mandated local control accountability plan through hiring new teachers and providing them with professional development. The budget which was approved at the a esd a june meeting was updated at the Board meeting last week since the districts a operating budget is being updated to reflect the states enacted budget a according to Board president Joyce Chamberlain. The general funds will include a Revenue estimate of $110 million and expenditure estimates of $107 million with an estimated surplus of $2.7 million. Director of fiscal services Jacqueline Jauregui said that the districts enrolment has grown by 034 students Over the last three years and that this trend see education As transportation Lull for Devore project but pass rehab continues staff reports a managed Lane crossover on southbound interstate 15 from about 1 Miles North of Highway 138 to Blue Cut remains in place through the end of september. Due to increased traffic from the interstate 10 washed out Bridge the managed lanes will have four lanes open in both northbound and southbound directions during Peak times. The southbound 1-15 Cleg Quot Horn Road on ramp will be closed for four weeks starting Friday. Commercial vehicles vehicles pulling trailers and buses Are not allowed in the crossover. There will be narrow lanes and limited emergency pull off areas. There will be no Access to the Highway 138 or Cleghorn Road off ramps. It is part of Road work that continues in the daytime and nighttime along project areas on i-i5 from about Highway 395 through Cajon pass to Devore for interchange construction and pavement resurfacing. 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. Orion pass rehabilitate it a project Lane and shoulder reconstruction work continues with Day and night work on the interstate 15 Cajon pass rehabilitation project. 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