Kevin Trudgeon City Editor PHELAN — Not many people gave the Serrano High School football team much of a chance heading into Friday night's game against Great Oak.The winless Diamondbacks had been outscored by at least 20 points in each of their first three games and the Wolfpack were a talented Division 2 team with speed all over the field.Yet when senior running back Tony Willis went airborne to score on a 1-yard run with 1:43 remaining in the fourth quarter, the Diamondbacks found...
Kevin Trudgeon City Editor Although the first day of fall is still a week away, some autumn weather has arrived early in the High Desert.The month of September began with yet another extended heat wave, but the triple-digit temperatures have gradually cooled in recent days and the forecast for the coming week may have some reaching for their jackets once the sun goes down.National Weather Service Meteorologist Brandt Maxwell told the Daily Press that a trough of low pressure blanketing the...
Kevin Trudgeon City Editor BARSTOW — Seven people were arrested in connection to an illegal marijuana grow that housed thousands of plants here, authorities said.Barstow Police Department Officers Matt Helms and Jimmie Walker were working a specialized enforcement detail on Aug. 31 when they contacted a resident who reported an illegal marijuana grow in the desert area behind Love's Travel Stop off Lenwood Road.According to authorities, the officers obtained evidence corroborating the report...
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Selecting a term
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