Oak Hills

Oak Hills is an unincorporated community in the high desert of San Bernardino County, located west of U.S. Route 395.

International Indoor Tanning

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By Staff Reports (Victor Valley)– From the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, I’m Ira Dreyfuss with HHS HealthBeat. Skin doctors and researchers say indoor tanning raises the risk of skin cancer, but a lot of people do it.…

Tomb Raider-The Definitive Edition Review

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Review by Nolan P. Smith Developer: Crystal Dynamics Publisher: Square Enix Platform: X-Box One, PlayStation 4 (Victor Valley)— In March 2013, Square Enix released the relaunch of their Tomb Raider franchise, and it was met with great reception. But with…

Drinking Problems

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By Staff Reports (Victor Valley)– From the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, I’m Ira Dreyfuss with HHS HealthBeat. A person does not have to be an alcoholic to have problems with alcohol. In fact, most people who drink…

Killer Instinct Review

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Review by Jason T. Smith Developer: Double Helix Games, Rare LTD Publisher: Microsoft Studios Platform: X-Box One (Victorville)— Anyone who is a fan of fighting games knows the name of Killer Instinct. A classic game for the Super Nintendo and…

Don’t Be The 1 In 3

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By Staff Reports (Victor Valley)– From the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, I’m Ira Dreyfuss with HHS HealthBeat. Cardiovascular disease – heart disease, stroke and high blood pressure – accounts for 1 in 3 deaths in America. But…

Inmate Fire Crews Ready to Respond

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By Staff Reports (Victor Valley) – Today San Bernardino County Fire Chief Mark Hartwig and Sheriff John McMahon announced the graduation of the second County Inmate Fire Crew, also known as Glen Helen 2. In July 2013 Chief Mark Hartwig…

Sabretooth! Lecture at Victor Valley Museum

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By Staff Reports (Victor Valley)– Sabre-toothed cats, those amazing icons of the Ice Ages, roamed western North America more than ten thousand years ago. Armed with long, curved, sabre-like canine teeth, these fearsome predators have captured our imaginations for decades.…