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  1. Adelanto Council plans trip to South Korea for sister-city celebration

    Adelanto city officials on Tuesday visited the Los Angeles office of the Consulate General of the Republic of Korea to promote relations between the city and the Korean community.The visit comes as city officials tell the Daily Press tentative...

  2. Following possible Brown Act violation, Adelanto Council votes again to reinstate city manager

    ADELANTO — During closed session Wednesday, the City Council voted to reaffirm its decision to reinstate City Manager Jessie Flores to his post after being placed on paid administrative leave for three weeks. The original vote came during...

  3. Adelanto Council possibly violates state transparency law

    ADELANTO — The City Council may have violated California’s open meeting law last Thursday by having a conversation not listed on the meeting agenda that led to a vote reinstating City Manager Jessie Flores.“The Brown Act only...

  4. Adelanto's Lifestyle Delivery Systems uses pure genetics in production of CannaStrips

    ADELANTO — From a window-filled room inside a nondescript warehouse, computers track thousands of plants through various stages of growth.Sensors monitor the air, water, the climate control system— every factor that affects the...

  5. Adelanto Council reinstates City Manager Jessie Flores

    ADELANTO — The City Council voted on Thursday to reinstate City Manager Jessie Flores as the city’s top administrator, effective Monday.City Clerk Brenda Lopez announced the decision following a closed session portion of...

  6. Adelanto takes steps to retain insurance coverage

    ADELANTO — With an upsurge in legal claims against the city threatening its insurance coverage, the City Council agreed on Tuesday to enter into a four-month plan designed to satisfy demands laid out by Adelanto's risk management agency.The...

  7. Adelanto agrees to pay Mavericks $3.8 million

    ADELANTO — The city has settled a lawsuit filed by the owners of the now-defunct High Desert Mavericks baseball team for $3.8 million, Mayor Gabriel Reyes confirmed.Lawyers representing Main Street California, LLC, the Mavericks' ownership...

  8. Adelanto’s cannabis industry lands win with Rangel contract extension

    ADELANTO — If there was any doubt which industry was the city’s flagship, the Feb. 27 City Council meeting set the record straight.Dozens of individuals connected to the city’s cannabis industry — including investors...

  9. Elite FC loses, but wins over community

    ADELANTO — During warmups, the red team got distracted. As the stands filled with fans, several Temecula FC players took out their cellphones to broadcast the moment on social media.“I think they were surprised with what they...

  10. Deputy wounded in October shooting returns to work

    ADELANTO — After being critically wounded in October, San Bernardino County Sheriff’s deputy Robert B. Jahn told the Daily Press he gives “all glory to God” for his “survival and protection.”A five-year...

  11. Area Roundup 2-27-19: Adelanto football celebrates title

    ADELANTO — The Adelanto football team knew the rings were coming. The Saints did not know their quarterback would be there.Both were part of an exciting night at the team’s football banquet Wednesday night. Players were presented with...

  12. Adelanto City Council: On the Feb. 27 agenda

    ADELANTO — The City Council meets at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 27, inside Council chambers at City Hall, 11600 Air Expressway. Closed session begins at 5 p.m.Notable agenda items include:During closed session, Acting City Manager Socorro Cisneros...

  13. Adelanto’s former cannabis task force czar paid $30,000 after resigning

    ADELANTO — Derek Stevens, a former code enforcement officer turned cannabis task force czar, was paid $30,000 after resigning from the city, the Daily Press has confirmed.In a check dated Jan. 24, Stevens’ name appears as the recipient...

  14. Former supervisor alleges Adelanto’s IT Department was outsourced to thwart FBI probe

    ADELANTO — It took Benjamin Pińa 15 years to rise through the ranks at City Hall before becoming supervisor of the IT Department in 2016.Within a year of his promotion, Pińa’s three-person department was in the...

  15. Adelanto trash drop off set for Saturday

    ADELANTO — City residents are invited to drop off their residential trash at Adelanto Stadium on Saturday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. free of charge.Residents who prove their residency with a driver’s license and utility bill can...

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