Soldiers to Scholars offered online

Antelope Valley College is offering HD 102 – Soldiers to Scholars entirely online for the 2019 fall semester. This course was designed as a tool...

Hill seeks common sense solutions in Congress

Shared goals can unite, rather than divide, the Republican and Democratic parties if a common sense approach is taken when seeking solutions to issues...

Program coordinator eases into role at college

She never swapped her Army fatigues for a grass skirt; nonetheless being stationed in Hawaii was not too difficult an assignment. Now Ashley Johnson, the...

NASA Armstrong opens its doors to local teachers

NASA photograph by Lauren Hughes Barbara Buckner, NASA Armstrong’s educator professional development specialist, leads a group exercise to form a human circuit to power an...

High Desert Hangar Stories

Courtesy photographThe end of the story, the final resting place of 1st Lt. Joseph Fluty in the Visalia District Cemetery.Lockheed remembers one of...

Vet group puts fun into 5K color run; volunteers needed

PALMDALE, Calif.—The Antelope Valley non-profit group working to prevent veteran homelessness is seeking volunteers and runners who are ready to “show their colors” on...

World’s largest airplane makes first flight

Photograph by Peter W. Merlin Stratolaunch, the world’s largest airplane, took to the air for the first time April 13, following more than eight years...

WW2 remains coming home for burial

Remains of four Tulare county Air Force men who died in the European theater during World War II are being returned aboard the U.S....

Mojave Air and Spaceport hosts annual Experimental Fly-In

Photograph by Cathy HansenThe celebration kicked off the night before with the Indoor Fly-in Build & Fly Competition in the Witt Event Center,...

Canyon County Sailor named Sailor of the Day serving aboard Navy...

Navy photograph by SA Jordan Ripley U.S. Navy Master-at-Arms 3rd Class Hailie Stout, from Canyon Country, Calif., poses for a photograph as the Sailor of...