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CALIFORNIA CITY — The City Council, tonight, will discuss how it wants to address the continuing operational deficits for the city’s Tierra Del Sol Golf Course during its regular meeting

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Congressman Mike Garcia, R-Santa Clarita and Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva will host a virtual discussion dubbed, “A Commitment to Law and Order.”

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QUARTZ HILL — Approximately 400 students across the Westside Union School District are participating in an after-school reading program that focuses on foundational reading skills for struggling readers in kindergarten through third grade, with early data showing positive results.

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LANCASTER — Remodeling work on the Antelope Valley Union High School District’s new headquarters is complete.

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PALMDALE — Residents are invited to review and provide input for a Caltrans project to install pedestrian improvements and bike lanes along Palmdale Boulevard/State Route 138 from the Antelope Valley Freeway to Avenue T.

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PALMDALE — Palmdale Academy Charter School will get a state-of-the-art $5 million track and field expected to be ready for the start of the 2022-23 school year.

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LANCASTER — The city announced a new drive-thru COVID-19 testing site provider to better accommodate the severely increased demand for COVID-19 tests in the community.

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MOJAVE — The Mojave Air and Space Port will look into establishing an electrical microgrid that will provide power to the facility primarily produced through solar.

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Los Angeles County Supervisors Kathryn Barger and Janice Hahn called for an assessment of the Department of Children and Family Services as the Board looks for a new director for the agency and implements changes required under  federal law.

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LANCASTER — Target Corp. looks to expand the alcoholic beverage offerings at the Lancaster store to include distilled spirits such as brandy, tequila, scotch and whiskey.

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MOJAVE — The Mojave Unified School District Board of Trustees unanimously approved a COVID-related agreement with the District’s classified personnel union to extend the supplemental paid sick leave put in place during the pandemic and signed into law, in March.

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LEONA VALLEY — Residents from across the Antelope Valley brought their concerns over rampant illegal marijuana growing operations to a discussion hosted by Los Angeles County Fifth District Supervisor Kathryn Barger, on Saturday.

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LANCASTER —  Los Angeles County Supervisor Kathryn Barger and the City of Lancaster are offering a $20,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of an attempted murder suspect in a December shooting incident.

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PALMDALE — The Advisory Redistricting Commission will recommend two maps to the City Council, next month, to consider for the city’s ongoing process of redrawing the district boundaries for Council seats, using data from the 2020 Census.

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LANCASTER — Antelope Valley Union High School District’s Board of Education approved a consultant agreement with TBWBH Props and Measures to conduct a feasibility study on a potential bond measure for the Nov. 8 election to finance facility improvements.

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MOJAVE — The Mojave Air and Space Port Board of Directors settled a long-standing disagreement with Scaled Composites over the use of one of its buildings, which conflicts with Federal Aviation Administration clearance standards.

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The case numbers keep climbing, in the Antelope Valley and elsewhere, as the Omicron variant-led surge in COVID-19 continues.

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PALMDALE — Palmdale Prep Academy in the Antelope Valley Union High School District will close after the end of the school year due to low enrollment.

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LANCASTER — Protesters marked sexually violent predator Lawtis Donald Rhoden’s placement in a 1,458 square-foot house in unincorporated east Lancaster with noise and signs, on Thursday afternoon, as the convicted felon marked his first day in the Antelope Valley.

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If you know an outstanding first responder who deserves recognition, you can nominate them for Assemblyman Tom Lackey’s Everyday Hero Award for February.

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PALMDALE — The City Council, on Jan. 12, unanimously approved the Housing Element update to the General Plan, which lays out the city’s housing requirements and how they will be met for the next eight years.

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PALMDALE — The Palmdale Water District has entered into an agreement with a Ventura County water agency to share resources and work on mutually beneficial projects.

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LANCASTER — Antelope Valley Community College District’s Board of Trustees will consider contracts for two interim administrative positions during a special closed session meeting, today.

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LEONA VALLEY — Los Angeles County Supervisor Kathryn Barger and Sheriff Alex Villanueva will speak, Saturday, at a community forum on illegal marijuana grows in the Antelope Valley.

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PALMDALE — The City Council, on Jan. 12, made permanent the decision to hold its meetings on the first and third Wednesdays. It’s a shift that had been in a trial period since October.

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LITTLEROCK — Visitors to Littlerock have something new to greet them as they drive east along Pearblossom Highway — a 10-foot-tall horse sculpture.

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LANCASTER — Those who have closets filled with unwanted, gently-worn shoes or never-worn shoes, can donate them to the Children’s Center of the Antelope Valley.

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LANCASTER — The City of Lancaster will spend an estimated $300,000 per fiscal year, over the next three years, for consulting related to building and safety plan review and inspection services.

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ROSAMOND — The Rosamond Community Services District Board of Directors agreed to increase their compensation for attending meetings by nearly 26%.

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QUARTZ HILL — Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Special Enforcement Bureau responded to an armed man who had barricaded himself in a vehicle outside a home in the 42000 block of 61st Street West, Monday morning.

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MOJAVE — Stratolaunch’s massive twin-fuselage aircraft took the skies, on Sunday morning, for its third test flight.  

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LANCASTER — Registered voters in the city will select two City Council members from a field of nine candidates, including incumbents Vice Mayor Marvin Crist and Councilman Raj Malhi, in the April 12 all-mail municipal election.

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ACTON — The Vasquez High School swim team will hold its practices at William J. McAdam Park in Palmdale.