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Victorville Daily Press (Newspaper) - September 12, 2015, Victorville, California High desert a Hesperia estimates $50k in storm Cost teaching kids about sept. 11 migh Desir cd Good morning High desert serving our communities since 1937d/wlysipress / $1 plus tax saturday september 12, 20is today Sun Mon 0 93�/69� 92�/63� 86�/b5� Complete forecast k Region event today will Honor area women rep. Paul Cook Rapple Valley will Host a Salute to women Young leaders and mentors at to . Today at the Apple Valley town conference Center 14955 Dale Evans Parkway Apple Valley. The ceremony is open to the Public and there is no Cost to attend. This year the theme will focus on Young leaders who have demonstrated exceptional leadership in their respective communities. In addition several women will be recognized for their work with organizations that serve the youth. Cook votes to reject Iran Accord Washington rep. Paul Cook Rapple Valley this week voted against or 3461, a Resolution that would have approved of the Iran nuclear Deal. Additionally Cook voted for h. Res 411, a Resolution recognizing the failure of president Obama to comply with the Iran nuclear review act and or 3460, a Bill to suspend sanctions Relief for Iran. Cook joined a majority of his House colleagues in voting Down or 3461, which rejects the presidents iranian nuclear agreement. Nation world in a tit Hhd k Virn a i f 1 by t a r no w1 Mai up country mourns remembers 9/11 More than 1,000 victims relatives survivors and recovery workers marked the 14th anniversary at ground Zero with grief gratitude and appeals to keep the toll front of mind As years pass. A a it a a hard Day. But its an important Day. Ill come every year that i can Quot recovery worker Robert Matticola said. But if the private ceremony is smaller than in its Early years the Date also has become an occasion for the Public to revisit ground Zero where the memorial Plaza now opens to everyone on the anniversary. A4 business. Or movies. .c2 California .a3 neighbors. I classified. Is obituaries. .c6 comics. .02 religion. Cd dear Abby .d3 sports. By Homes. I stocks. .d4 lottery. A weather. A Contact us Home delivery--760-241-7755 Newt tips-760-951-6235 volume 78, Issue 318 05105 48323 Iran nuclear Deal House goes on record against pact by Deb Riechmann the associated press Washington the Republican led House cast largely symbolic votes on Friday against the Iran nuclear Deal and sought to restrict president Barack Obama a authority to lift sanctions against Tehran one Day after the Senate ensured that the administration can implement the Accord without congressional interference. After three hours of hot tempered debate the House voted 269 to 162 to reject the Deal 25 democrats broke with Obama to Register their disapproval. The Fate of the agreement on see pact a5 in if a a a v it w 4 Quot v a Spader of the Houm opposition to the ban Ami during n nows conferee with members of the House rep mini leadership wednesday on cd Dol i in Washington. Jacquelyn Martin the associated press 9/11 Vic honors heroes Victor Valley Colage fire participate in the school s sent la memorial ceremony on Friday morning. A Flag was placed on the Campus for each of the nearly 3,000 people who lost their Ives in the terrorist attacks 14 years ago. David Pardo daily press Over too gather for the colleges annual sept. La ceremony by Charity Lindsey staff writer Victorville just As the High desert Sun began to Rise at 6 30 . On the 14th anniversary of the sept. Ii terrorist attacks students of the Victor Valley College 44th fire Academy made a running Entrance onto Campus for the Vic 9/11 ceremony. More than Loo students and College officials gathered next to the colleges official a United we stand Monument beside the Library Friday morning to participate in the annual memorial service. Along the adjacent grass slope were 3,000 miniature american flags which volunteers placed in remembrance of All those who lost their lives on sept. La 2001, with each victims name hand written on attached notes. Following the pledge of allegiance led by associated student body president Gabrielle Galindo Vic president superintendent Roger Wagner gave a Short speech. A i think ifs very important and symbolic of the students that Are Here this morning a Wagner said referring to the firefighting emt nursing and administration of Justice students on hand. A these Are the students that Are going to fill the shoes of the people that we recognize on patriots see 9/11, a5 Victorville shooting officials probe at a standstill victim refuses to provide More information by Paola Baker staff writer Victorville the investigation into a shooting near Vista verde elementary school on aug. 25 is a at a standstill due to Lack of cooperation from the victim and witnesses san Bernardino county sheriffs department officials said. A the victim is being somewhat uncooperative a sheriffs sgt. Dave Burgess said. A the does no to want to give any the shooting began during an argument Between two groups who met near the school. The argument reportedly involved As Many As 20 people escalating when two suspects began firing at one another leaving a 17-year-old boy injured. The boy was reportedly attempting to hide in the foliage surrounding the school before a Man came Over and carried him into a nearby vehicle that left the scene according to see shooting As courts attorneys seek to dismiss colonies indictment motion unsealed this week claims settlement misrepresented to grand jury by Shea Johnson staff writer san Bernardino attorneys for colonies Developer Jeff Burum Are seeking to dismiss a May 2011 grand jury indictment alleging prosecutors did not permit jurors to hear any evidence suggesting the settlement which ignited the corruption Case was actually considered reasonable by county officials. In a motion filed in san Bernardino Superior court and unsealed wednesday Burum a attorneys said that prosecutors purposely withheld evidence to the grand jury. Specifically they allegedly failed to inform jurors that the san Bernardino county Board of supervisors county counsel and the county a outside Legal advisers All believed the $102 million settlement in 2006 Between Rancho Cucamonga based colonies partners up and the county was not Only fair but far better than the county a potential $300 million exposure to litigation. See indictment As

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