LV school board to choose recall election date

October 3, 2015

Staff Report

LUCERNE VALLEY – The Lucerne Valley Unified School District's governing board will hold a special meeting Monday evening to address several items related to issues with trustee Dawn Turnbull.

The board is expected to adopt a resolution to receive "Certificate of Sufficiency from Registrar of Voters" and set an election date for voters to consider the recall of Turnbull. The board is likely to select Feb. 2 as the best date, LVUSD president Jim Harvey said Friday.

Community says 'aloha' to Evening in the Park series

September 29, 2015

Staff Report

For more than three months, members of several churches in town cranked up the grill and served hot dinners to anyone who came to Pioneer Park on Friday nights.

The brainchild of Stephanie Cervantes, a member of Lucerne Valley Community Church, the Evening in the Park events featured food, fun a fellowship. Since it began in early summer, hundreds of people have been served, friendships started and souls saved.

Calendar - September 30, 2015

September 29, 2015

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Age Wise

This is a confidential counseling service for adults 55 and older, operated by San Bernardino County. Appointments are set up at homes and community buildings in Lucerne Valley. Call 800-451-5633.

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Sheriff's Blotter 09-30-15

September 29, 2015

Tuesday, Sept. 22

9:02 p.m. A Megan's Law followup was performed at a residence in the 30000 block of Foothill Road.

8:32 p.m. A Megan's Law followup was performed in the 10000 block of Medanos Avenue.

8:07 p.m. A Megan's Law followup was performed in the 30000 block of Zircon Road.

7:44 p.m. A Megan's Law followup was performed in the 30000 block of Old Woman Springs Road.

7:29 p.m. A petty theft was reported by a Verdugo Road resident.

11:33 a.m. Illegal shots heard in the vicinity of Highway 18 and Fairlane Road.

Sports Roundup: Mejia shines in game against Desert Christian

September 29, 2015

Staff Report

The Mustangs varsity football team fell to Desert Christian Academy by a score of 56-22 last Friday night at home.

For Lucerne Valley, #15 Jesus de la Torre was named the offensive player of the game, #70 Alfonso Sanchez was named the defensive player and #1 Zackary Mejia was the special team player of the game.

The Mustangs racked up a total of 180 yards rushing over three carriers. Mejia had 18 carries with 66 yards total. De La Torre had the longest run, a 24 yarder.

CERT training to begin on Oct. 7

September 29, 2015

Lucerne Valley CERT members Kevin Baroni, left, and Bryan Meder, right, have been standing in front of the Lucerne Valley Market and Hardware Store. The CERT will conduct a class beginning on Oct. 7.

Staff Report

Members of the Lucerne Valley Community Emergency Response Team was out in front of the Lucerne Valley Market & Hardware store getting signups for the upcoming CERT class.


Recipe: Zombie Eyeball Pretzels

September 29, 2015

By Holly Sosa

In honor of October and one of my favorite horror series, The Walking Dead, I created some fun Zombie Eyeball Pretzel snacks that embrace the living dead. With Halloween around the corner, even if you’re not a Walking Dead fan, you’ll appreciate these spooky treats that are less about gore and more about fun for the family.

To start, you’ll line up butter snap pretzels on a baking sheet.

Place a green candy melt over each pretzel.

Two locals arrested on robbery charges

September 24, 2015

Lucerne Valley Station Sheriff's deputies arrested two Lucerne Valley women after an internet cafe robbery led to the discovery of meat and money stolen from a nearby eatery.

On Thursday, Sept. 10, deputies from the Victor Valley Sheriff’s Station investigated the report of a robbery at an internet cafe located at 32818 Old Woman Springs Road in Lucerne Valley, according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff's press release.


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