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Peace Rally in Wrightwood California Draws Forty Participants As Protests Around The Country Mark End of Forth Year of War in Ir

Peace Rally in Wrightwood California Draws Forty Participants As Protests Around The Country Mark End of Forth Year of War in Iraq

Joan McCandless

(Best Syndication) The Tri Community Alliance For Community Action held a peace rally in Wrightwood on Sunday. There were approximately 40 participants organized by Michael Urman, Joan McCandless and Scott Jodice.

The speakers, including Michael gave their reasoning for ending the U.S. involvement in Iraq. The Alliance urges “Americans to wage peace and work to end wars and bring our troops home now.”

There have been peace rallies all around the country this weekend as Monday marks the forth year since the invasion of Iraq. On Saturday there were tens of thousands of protesters in Washington DC. In Oakland California there was an estimated 30,000 war protestors.

San Bernardino County Supervisor Brad Mitzelfelt Spoke At MAC Meeting At Phelan Community Center – Pinon Hills Meeting

San Bernardino County Supervisor Brad Mitzelfelt Spoke At MAC Meeting At Phelan Community Center – Pinon Hills Meeting

Mingling Mitzelfelt

(Best Syndication) San Bernardino County Supervisor Brad Mitzelfelt spoke at the Phelan Community Center at 9463 Sheepcreek Road in Phelan Wednesday night. The meeting started at 6 P.M. and was followed at 7 P.M. by a Zone L Water District meeting.

Mitzelfelt took office after Supervisor Bill Postmus was elected as San Bernardino County Assessor. He mentioned a few points including plans to fight gangs, a new jail for San Bernardino County and regional transportation projects. Another hot top was jobs and plans to make the high desert the “inland port” for distributing products all over the country.

Anaheim Hills Blaze Update – Arson Caused Inferno - Authorities Looking At Stole Car That Started Fire Near Toll Road Booth

Anaheim Hills Blaze Update – Arson Caused Inferno - Authorities Looking At Stole Car That Started Fire Near Toll Road Booth

Windy Ridge Fire Map - OCFA

(Best Syndication) Calmer winds and a cool morning helped firefighters Monday. The Windy Ridge Fire began at a payment plaza on the 241 toll road and has moved toward Canyon Rim Road and Serrano Road in Anaheim Hills and Orange.

There were suspicions that an attempt to hide evidence of a stolen vehicle by catching it on fire caused the fire. Today the Orange County Fire Authority (OCFA) called the fire arson. Captain Steve Miller of the OCFA said "This is an arson fire." Miller said that the car that was on fire was reported stolen.

The good news is that the fire is about 80 percent contained and should be fully contained by Tuesday morning. There was damage to two homes and two outbuildings were destroyed. There were no deaths but two firefighters suffered minor injuries.

Anaheim Hills Blaze Update – Authorities Looking At Car Fire That Started the Windy Ridge Fire – Could Have Been Stolen - Videos

Anaheim Hills Blaze Update – Authorities Looking At Car Fire That Started the Windy Ridge Fire – Could Have Been Stolen - Videos

Helicopter Dropping Water

(Best Syndication) Authorities are looking into the cause of the fire which has burned two out-buildings (garages and storage buildings) Sunday. The fire started near a car that could have been stolen and burned to hide evidence. There are several road closures, but some residents in the city of Orange have been allowed back home.

The southbound lanes of the 241 from the 91 Freeway to Santiago Canyon, Santiago at Chapman were closed. The OCFA reports these other road closures: Santiago at Newport (east-bound), Santiago at Hewes (west-bound), and SR-241 at the 91 Freeway. For additional road closures, check with CalTRANS or the City of Orange.

Brush Fire In Anaheim Hills – Southland Under Red Flag Warning – 2 Structures Destroyed And Neighborhoods Evacuated

Brush Fire In Anaheim Hills – Southland Under Red Flag Warning – 2 Structures Destroyed And Neighborhoods Evacuated

CNN - KABC TV

(Best Syndication) Anaheim Hills CA - Some Anaheim Hills residents were evacuated as flames approach luxury home neighborhoods. The fire has consumed at least 300 acres of brush, and police went door to door to evacuate residents of 200 homes on the edge of Anaheim Hills.

The Orange County Fire Authority (OCFA) reports that the alarm was called at 7:53 A.M. Sunday morning. They dubbed the incident the “Windy Ridge Fire” and are using 4 Air Tankers, 4 Helicopters, 100 Fire Engines, 5 Dozers, 20 strike teams and over 400 firefighters.

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