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BARSTOW — Over 100 Marines from the “Commandant’s Own” will showcase their percussion precision in their 81st annual music in motion drill program next week, officials said.The United States Marine Drum and Bugle Corps will perform its program, including an opening rendition of the hit “You Can’t Stop the Beat” from the Broadway show “Hairspray,” at Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow. The event starts at noon on March 10...

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BARSTOW — Barstow Community Hospital is offering assistance to local residents who may face a tax penalty for not having health insurance in 2014 and who may qualify for a special enrollment period to obtain coverage for...

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Rosie O'Donnell has filed for divorce from wife Michelle Rounds,

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BARSTOW — Two members of the Barstow Unified School Board of Trustees will be attending the 75th Annual National School Board Association Conference in Nashville, Tennessee at a price of $3,160.The board voted 5-0 to approve the...

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Well, that was quick.After tweeting on Tuesday that she was thinking about leaving

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He said he'd be back, and now he is: Craig Ferguson has landed the lead role in ABC's new comedy...

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Awkward's main on-and-off couple might be off at the moment, but will they get back together before the...

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Banksy recently released a documentary about some murals he painted in the Gaza Strip. The work was political, provocative, typically Banksian: kids swinging from guard towers, veiled women crying. But in one bombed out neighborhood in Beit Hanoun,...

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Screw winter, it's all about dragons in Game of Thrones' chilling and ominous key art for the...

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VICTORVILLE — All Ryan Lucero could say was “wow, this is really happening.”Lucero just got done helping deliver his son in the front seat of a parked car along southbound Interstate 15 near Dale Evans off ramp on...

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A new rule that required military judges presiding over the war crimes tribunals at the U.S. Navy base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, to relocate to the remote installation has been rescinded, the Pentagon said Friday.

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