Steak Fry returning to historic Inn

June 16, 2016

Apple Valley Legacy Museum hosts second annual event

Marcella Taylor
For the Apple Valley Review

Longtime Victor Valley residents have fond memories of the weekly steak fry events hosted at the Apple Valley Inn.

The Apple Valley Legacy Museum's second annual Steakfry will definitely bring back some of those memories.

The delicious tri-tip dinner with all the fixin's will be served by Roy Rogers' very own great nephew, David Odell, and family. Other Rogers family members will be in attendance as well.

Happy birthday, old girl

June 16, 2016

By Pat Orr
For the Apple Valley Review

On June 14, 1777, the Second Continental Congress officially adopted the Stars and Stripes motif as our national flag. Coincidentally, today is also the birthday of the United States Army which was named and given a mission on that same date by the same group of colonial legislators.

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Plenty to do this summer

June 8, 2016

Aquatics events, singing competitions, fireworks coming to town

By L.J. Gambone
Apple Valley Review

Summer’s almost here and lucky for locals, the Town of Apple Valley has plenty of warm weather fun planned for residents of all ages.

Check out our roundup of a few of the exciting, upcoming events Apple Valley has to offer. For a full schedule of classes and other activities, visit www.applevalley.org or call 760-240-7000.

Children's Center celebration

June 8, 2016

Desert Mountain Children’s Center marks 10th anniversary for Community Closet and Resource Fair

Staff Reports

While many folks were buying hot dog buns or loading up the car with camping gear on the Friday of Memorial Day weekend, the dedicated employees of the Desert Mountain Children’s Center were busy doing what they do best: Serving the needs of children and their families.

Marching into the future: Apple Valley High School graduates leave a lasting legacy

May 31, 2016

Apple Valley's 433 graduates leave a lasting legacy

By Rene Ray De La Cruz
Staff Writer

APPLE VALLEY — With dreams in hand and expressions of joy on their faces, a jubilant army of Sun Devils marched into Newton T. Bass Stadium one last time before stepping into the future.
Family and friends cheered as Apple Valley High School Principal Dustin Conrad looked over a sea of orange and white, and welcomed the graduating class of 2016 during the school’s 48th commencement ceremony Wednesday.

Cougar pride roars at Granite Hills graduation ceremony

May 31, 2016

Granite Hills instructs 353 graduates to pursue their dreams

By Rene Ray De La Cruz
Staff Writer

APPLE VALLEY — Howling winds could not hold back the wave of Cougar pride that swept over the crowd as the 2016 graduating class of Granite Hills High School walked into Newton T. Bass Stadium.

Holly Adams, one of three valedictorians, held a fortune cookie with a secret message for 353 of her fellow seniors who made their way onto the football field during the commencement ceremony on Tuesday evening.

Premier Academy, Apple Valley Adult School celebrate 6th commencement

May 31, 2016

From Staff Reports

Schools: High Desert Premier Academy K-12 and Apple Valley Adult School

Location of graduation: Newton T. Bass Stadium at Apple Valley High School

Number of students graduating: 116

Year of commencement: 6th

School colors: Black and golden yellow

Speakers:
• Premier Academy graduate Michael Gualtier: “Now here we stand — on the dawn of a new chapter of our lives, the future — it all starts now. Let’s get a head start and begin to pave the way. Congratulations, class of 2016!”

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