VICTORVILLE — The county will hold its second drive-through testing for the new coronavirus Thursday, April 2, at the fairgrounds at 14800 7th St. in Victorville. Read more
SAN BERNARDINO — The number of county residents who have tested positive for the new coronavirus continued to climb this week as the sheriff’s and fire departments both reported cases and a nursing home in Yucaipa suffered an outbreak. Read more
Letters to the editor
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Why doesn’t the county health department let us know what communities have confirmed COVID-19 cases. They should do this as a courtesy to the residents of the county to keep us better informed on the extent of this emergency.
Our dear supreme leader, who some here think walks on water, has suggested that folks should fill the churches come Easter Sunday and then go back to work. So if there is a spike in virus cases will he then continue to blame Obama and us Dems? Of course we all know the answer to that.
I read with dismay and disappointment recent letters to the editor published in this community newspaper. I wish to inspire a change in the way we communicate publicly.
With the continuing coronavirus crisis taking up all the oxygen in the room and swallowing most of our lives whole, it may be easy to forget that other things are at least trying to proceed.
Everyday, normal activities aren’t so normal anymore these days. Running errands, visiting with friends and family, helping the kids with their homework — it’s all turned topsy-turvy as the COVID-19 crisis gets worse. One thing we’ve noticed is that as our world becomes more unfamiliar, we’r…
YUCCA VALLEY — The Joshua Springs golf team invited the Twentynine Palms Wildcats to a preseason non-league match at Hawk’s Landing Golf Club Tuesday afternoon. The Wildcats won by 30 strokes.
YUCCA VALLEY -— The Yucca Valley High School golf team kicked off its competition season Monday with a match in Indio against Shadow Hills High School. The Trojans edged out the Rajahs 228-229.
YUCCA VALLEY — Fourteen-year-old racer Kuylee Pettit qualified for the BMX World Championship tournament earlier this month at the USA BMX Winter Nationals in Phoenix, Arizona. The young racer has been training in BMX racing for six years and is now traveling the world with her family to com…