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  1. Stater Bros. to close pharmacies, transfer assets and services to CVS Pharmacy locations

    APPLE VALLEY — Stater Bros. Markets is getting out of the pharmacy business, with the company choosing to transfer certain assets of its SuperRx Pharmacy to CVS Pharmacy.The sale and transfer of the assets, which will affect stores in Apple...

  2. Candidate Profile: Beard seeks proof of Adelanto's financial status, payouts to residents in ...

    ADELANTO — The past eight years have not been so easy for Ronald Beard, the mayoral candidate recently acknowledged. It's the time span of his political ambitions in the city — an oft-difficult road he said is "the worst thing" he has...

  3. Adelanto Council votes to raise pay of elected leaders

    ADELANTO — The City Council unanimously approved 40-percent pay raises for elected officials beginning Dec. 1, pointing to the fact that the increases would be enacted post-election to deflect any insinuation of self-gratification.Policymakers...

  4. Adelanto is getting its finances in order. Officials disagree on what they will find.

    ADELANTO — In May, the city inadvertently double-paid $5.4 million to the private operator of an immigration detention center. Only recently, however, did the city respond to operator GEO Group's multiple attempts to alert Adelanto of the mix...

  5. Candidate Profile: With team effort and recalibration, business-minded McConnell eyes action ...

    ADELANTO — Living in the desert for most of his life, beginning in the late 1970s as a toddler, David McConnell recently began to assess why Adelanto has seemed to drag behind neighboring cities. One answer, he said, came from polling the...

  6. Adelanto Council meeting: What to watch

    ADELANTO — The City Council will convene 7 p.m. Wednesday for its regularly scheduled meeting inside council chambers at City Hall, 11600 Air Expressway. Notable items on the agenda include:Approve raises for mayor and Council (from $660 to...

  7. Area Roundup 9-10-18: Adelanto up to No. 2 in latest CIF-SS polls

    The Adelanto football team continues to climb in the latest CIF-Southern Section polls after getting off to the best start in program history.First-year head coach Ghalee Wadood’s Saints moved up three spots from last week’s poll to No. 2...

  8. Athletes of the Week: Adelanto's Angel Ochoa and Serrano's Maribel Aguilar

    Name: Angel OchoaSport: FootballSchool: AdelantoGrade: JuniorThis week’s accomplishment: Ochoa threw eight touchdown passes against Cerritos in a 79-6 victory. Ochoa had TD passes of 20, 26, 11, 56, 5, 32 and 32 yards.What do you like most...

  9. Candidate Profile: Reyes, a Navy veteran, embraces open government and underdogs in Adelanto

    ADELANTO — Edward Reyes, a Navy veteran and former Los Angeles city employee, moved to Adelanto about 18 years ago. The trend of controversies affixed to city government, he said, has been troubling."Maybe I'm old fashioned or stupid, I don't...

  10. Athletes of the Week: Adelanto's Coltrane Pearson and Sultana's Courtney Gillham

    Name: Coltrane PearsonSport: FootballSchool: AdelantoGrade: SeniorThis week’s accomplishment: Pearson scored four touchdowns in four different ways as the Saints beat Bassett 65-14. He grabbed an interception, caught a 47-yard touch pass,...

  11. Candidate Profile: For Reyes, change in Adelanto too gradual in climate perfect for rebranding

    ADELANTO — For about nine years, Gabriel Reyes lived in Hawaii, where he met his wife and climbed the ladder in the tourism industry. When he returned to the city he grew up in, he didn't notice much change."That's the reason why I got involved...

  12. In new Adelanto stadium deal, talk of subsidy recalls bitter fallout

    ADELANTO — In defense of potentially committing to $480,000 over two years for management and operations of Adelanto Stadium, Mayor Pro Tem John "Bug" Woodard recently emphasized just how important the property was to local recreation."When...

  13. Where is $28M from Adelanto prison sale? It backfilled 5 years of shortfall

    ADELANTO — In 2010, the city sold its former state correctional facility to a private prison operator for $28 million. Five years later, the proceeds were more or less gone.The depletion of that massive cash infusion wasn't unexpected, per se...

  14. Candidate Profile: With intimate knowledge of projects in the queue, Waggener runs on experience

    ADELANTO — Planning Commission Chairman Chris Waggener has had a finger on all development projects that have come through the city over the past decade. The disparity in volume between his start and now is night and day.Waggener, a 24-year...

  15. Officials: General Atomics worker hospitalized after rattlesnake bite

    ADELANTO — Authorities rushed a local man to a trauma center after he was bitten by a rattlesnake late Wednesday.Reported at 9:27 p.m., the incident took place at the General Atomics location in the 9700 Yucca Road late Wednesday night. The...

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