MOJAVE DESERT – Electrify America, a network of 730 electric vehicle charging locations, announced Wednesday, a 15-year virtual power purchase agreement with developer Terra-Gen.
ADELANTO — Classic cars, youth performances and live music filled the Adelanto Stadium and Event Center, Saturday, for […]
APPLE VALLEY – Lone Wolf Colony, a RV park celebrating 100 years in September, hosted its second annual Easter Festival, Saturday.
VICTORVILLE – Causeartist names Victor Valley College (VVC) grad Brandon Smith as one of the top 32 nonprofit leaders to impact the world in 2022.
FONTANA – Celebrities, pro golfers and local politicians were among the 70 golfers that came out…
LOS ANGELES – Former Victorville teacher Elvis Rivera Salinas, a Judicial Fellow at the Stanley Mosk courthouse, encourages interested candidates…
APPLE VALLEY – The Mojave Water Agency appointed Allison Febbo as General Manager, December 1, 2021, to replace Kathy Cortner…
PHELAN – The High Desert Keepers have removed over 506.62 tons of trash – the equivalent of two empty Boeing 747 airplanes, from the High Desert.
APPLE VALLEY — Peaches litter the ground of the McDonald Peach Orchard, in Apple Valley, where owner Marge McDonald planted over 500 trees in 1996.
APPLE VALLEY — A haunted house, vendors and live music filled the Lone Wolf Colony RV park, Saturday, during their annual Fall Festival.
VICTORVILLE — Live music, BBQ and face painting made for a full day during the Millionaire Mind Kids (MMK) open house, Saturday…
VICTORVILLE — Overgrown shrubs and debris littered the streets in front of the El Rancho Theatre in Old Town Victorville before Saturday’s community cleanup.
COMPTON — History is in the making at Tomorrow’s Aeronautical Museum, in Compton, where Apple Valley self-taught rocket engineer Waldo Stakes is consulting Compton College students on designing and launching a rocket made from spare parts.
BARSTOW — Electronics repair, a cell phone store, and GED tutoring are just a few of the services available at the Entrepreneur Resource Center in Barstow.
I had been studying Earth science for a few years when I came across a man who called himself Mad Mike.