Serrano Awards Night honors outstanding seniors By Terri Hill In a welcome change of venue, Serrano seniors and their families met in the Performing Arts Center (PA PA C), rather than in the gym, for the annual awards ceremony. Seventy students, who were to receive scholarships that night, sat on risers on the stage, while friends and family sat in the audience. The auditorium offered more comfortable seating and was more intimate than the gymnasium. It was difficult to see the back row of students, and those at the ends of the rows, as the lighting was less than optimal. With improved lighting it will be the perfect place for future award nights.
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Q & A secession on Highway 138 final stage By Vicky Rinek “I see light at the end of the tunnel,” stated Tyeisha Prunty, Public Information Officer with Caltrans, at the recent SR -138 construction update meeting held at the Wrightwood Community Building, Thursday, May 19, 2017. A handful of concerned citizens brought up numerous questions to Caltrans on the completion of Hwy 138 from I-15 west through Pinon Hills. Caltrans’ engineer, Elvira Lanet and Flatiron representative Mac Delancy were also on hand to follow-up on questions. Elvira Lanet spoke first. Get the complete Newspaper • Registered subscribers CLICK HERE or e-subscribe today
Amgen cyclists take over Mt. High Amgen Tour of California began its Stage 7 race from the Mountain High’s East Resort Saturday, May 20th. As the final stage of the seven-day event, cyclists in the men’s race traveled 77.6 miles from the resort to Pasadena. The televised prerace coverage included interviews with racers and dignitaries, some of whom are local residents. John McColly, Mt. High’s Chief Marketing Officer, shared the stage with prominent Wrightwood residents for an interview.
Phelan Sheriff Station hosts community BBQ By Terri Hill
Sunday, May 21st, hotdogs and chips were on the menu as the Phelan Sheriff Station welcomed the public to an Open House and Barbeque. Held during the more pleasant temperatures of the morning, the Open House gave the deputies and officers an opportunity to visit with residents at an informal, and informative event.Deputies close Phelan Road to approach suicidal Victorville man On Tuesday, May 16, 2017, at approximately 1:22 pm, deputies from the Victorville Station received a report of a missing person. The 33 year- old male was reported missing by his mother. According to his mother, she believed he could be in distress over recent struggles in his personal life, and she believed he was somewhere in his vehicle, a newer model black Dodge Challenger. Deputies took a missing person report and BOLO’D the information to surrounding agencies.YOUR SUBSCRIPTION will get you the complete story. • Registered subscribers CLICK HERE or e-subscribe today
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