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Phelan Pinon Hills Rodeo October 6th and 7th Dates – Admission Price Is $13 For Adults and $8 For Children

Phelan Pinon Hills Rodeo October 6th and 7th Dates – Admission Price Is $13 For Adults and $8 For Children

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(Best Syndication) The Phelan / Pinon Hills PRCA rodeo will be back this year October 6th and 7th. The California ProRodeo Circuit says the high desert event is selling out quickly, and they recommend buying tickets early. Adult tickets are $13 and kids are $8. There will be a free “Saturday Nite Community Dance" featuring "Raining Horseshoes" country music band from Corona and a pre-show "Civil War Reenactment" presented by The 2nd Cavalry, Company F from Sacramento, CA.

VIP tickets for Saturday will include a free meal by Outback Steakhouse. Sunday's country style barbeque is catered by JB's BBQ out of Moreno Valley with sponsorship by Shear Realty of Phelan and Pinion Hills.

Phelan Pinon Hills Community Services District Approved by LAFCO

Phelan Pinon Hills Community Services District Approved by LAFCO

Brad Mitzelfelt

(Best Syndication) SAN BERNARDINO - The San Bernardino County Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO) today voted to give final approval for the formation of a Phelan Pinon Hills Community Services District. The new district, which will combine three existing Board of Supervisors-governed special districts in the area, will oversee park, street lighting and water services in the area.

"This is a victory for the Phelan and Pinon Hills communities because it means more local control," said First District Supervisor Brad Mitzelfelt. "This will give local residents the opportunity to be more closely involved in decisions that affect their area."

Supervisors act to prevent mass release of state prisoners

Supervisors act to prevent mass release of state prisoners

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The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors today unanimously voted to have the county's voice heard in a federal case that threatens to force the release of thousands of felons onto the streets of San Bernardino County.

The Board formally supported plans by San Bernardino County District Attorney Michael A. Ramos to intervene in the federal lawsuit. The lawsuit could result in the establishment of a prison population cap and subsequent mass release of inmates from California prisons. The Board's action today ensures that the severe impacts of such an action on the County of San Bernardino as well as the entire state will be in evidence as federal judges consider a ruling.

Opinion: Jessica's Law Should Help, Not Hurt, San Bernardino County

Opinion: Jessica's Law Should Help, Not Hurt, San Bernardino County

Brad Mitzelfelt

The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation on September 7 announced that it had finished notifying 2,741 sex offender parolees that they are in violation of housing restrictions enacted by the Jessica's Law ballot measure, which was overwhelmingly approved by California voters in November. The sex offenders were told that they have less than 45 days to comply with the housing restrictions, meaning they will have to relocate to a residence further away from schools and parks. Jessica's Law requires sex offenders paroled after November 8, 2006, to live at least 2,000 feet from a school or park where children regularly congregate.

Many people now fear this requirement could lead some sex offenders to go into hiding or become homeless, making keeping track of offenders more difficult. Another fear is that sex offenders would be forced to move into rural areas where it would be easier to find housing located further away from restricted areas.

Traffic Fatality on Interstate 15 At Main / Phelan Road In Hesperia – CHP Reports

Traffic Fatality on Interstate 15 At Main / Phelan Road In Hesperia – CHP Reports

I-15 and Main Street

(Best Syndication) Ms. Maria Hernandez was driving her 1991 Honda Civic northbound I-15 at 70 miles per hour in the #1 lane approaching Main Street (Hesperia city limits). While proceeding northbound, the vehicle's left rear tire cap separated suffering immediate air loss.

Ms. Hernandez lost steering control as her vehicle proceeded across the northbound lanes towards the right shoulder. Thereafter, her vehicle ran off the road and broadsided a light standard post located east of the freeway. Upon impact, the right side of the vehicle wrapped around the light standard causing the right front passenger (Milagro Gomez) to be pinned in the vehicle.

She was extracted and airlifted to Arrowhead Regional Hospital where at 3:15 p.m., Ms. Gomez succumbed to her injuries. Ms. Hernandez and left rear passenger (Oralia Ramos) sustained moderate injuries and were transported to Desert Valley Hospital for medical treatment.

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