Respect for safety

April 13, 2016

From Staff Reports

Apple Valley Fire Protection District officials and personnel on Wednesday night attended the Respect For Law and Public Safety awards dinner sponsored by the Optimist Club of Apple Valley.

AVFPD firefighter James Lyons was honored as the Firefighter of the Year for his professionalism, commitment and dedication to the community.

Zakary Grounds was awarded the Fire Explorer Scout of the year for his involvement in the community which included helping the homeless and supporting the Homes for Troops program.

AV detailer selected for Air Force One team

April 13, 2016

Ryan Rehart newest member of group detailing president's original Boeing

From Staff Reports

An Apple Valley man is set to join an elite team to detail the U.S. President's original mode of air transportation.

Ryan Rehart of Executive Auto Detail, who is also a San Bernardino EMS and firefighter, has been selected as the newest member of the elite Air Force One Detailing Team, who is also the 2016 Museum of Flight Detailing Team.

Gettin' down with legacy

April 5, 2016

AV Legacy Museum hosts Hoedown event

From Staff Reports

The Apple Valley Legacy Museum hosted a Hoedown on Thursday. The fun-filled evening included a narrated hayride, the Southwest Bluegrass Association student band ("SWBA Kids"), "Swing Your Partner" with Jim Brown, and a performance by the High Desert Jammers.

Hesperia singer to take part in April 8 concert

April 5, 2016

Acclaimed country/folk artist Luanne Hunt joins Steve Waddington show

By Martial Haprov
Weeklies Editor

More world-class entertainment is slated to grace a Victor Valley stage with the appearance of an award-winning singer/songwriter next month.

Country/folk artist Luanne Hunt of Hesperia is scheduled to make a rare live appearance at 6:45 p.m. April 8 at the Hi-Desert Center for Spiritual Living in Apple Valley. Hunt will open Steve Waddington’s Retro-Rockin’ All-Stars show, which also will feature Susan Ritter.

Spiritual festival returns

April 5, 2016

By L.J. Gambone
Apple Valley Review

The subject of health and natural healing continues to be a growing topic among Americans. In an effort to make this type of information more readily available, the Hi-Desert Center for Spiritual Living presents a semi-annual Healthy Spirit Festival.

The free event provides health and well-being-related resources to members of the community, including everything from holistic treatments to spiritual guidance.

Caltrans a waste of time and your money

April 5, 2016

By Pat Orr
For the Apple Valley Review

The fact that California roadways continue to deteriorate despite having the highest road use taxes in the nation speaks to the inefficiency, waste and mismanagement of the funds entrusted to Caltrans.

The state auditor reported last week that Caltrans spent $250,000 on a report that outlined a plan to streamline and improve efficiencies. Caltrans duly reported to the Legislature that the plan was being implemented.

They lied.

Tags:

Pages

Subscribe to Apple Valley Review RSS