SCOTTISH TERRIER MIX LOST IN WONDER VALLEY

SCOTTISH TERRIER MIX LOST IN WONDER VALLEY

Male Scottish Terrier mix, black with white markings on chest

Lost near: Hwy 62 Wonder Valley/ 29 Palms

Call: Edward 760-361-4734

HUSKY LOST ON YUCCA MESA

HUSKY LOST ON YUCCA MESA

Husky Female black & white

Lost near: Aberdeen & Yucca Mesa Rd in Yucca Valley mesa area

Call: Holly 760-401-0512

2 BLACK LAB MIXES FOUND IN 29 PALMS

2 BLACK LAB MIXES FOUND IN 29 PALMS

Two female dogs both look like Lab mixes.

1 is black with white chest and socks

1 black with gray around nose and paws

Found near: Poleline Rd. in 29 Palms

Call: Alexis 757-230-0250

TERRIER MIX FOUND IN LANDERS

TERRIER MIX FOUND IN LANDERS

Female, looks like some kind of Terrier mix with black and brown coloring like a rottweiller.

Found near: Reche Rd & Los Coyote in Landers

Call: Adina 818-640-4669

COUNTY APPEALS ROWE DECISION TO STATE SUPREME COURT

San Bernardino County will ask the state’s highest court to let Supervisor Dawn Rowe remain on the board while it appeals a superior court judge’s ruling that her appointment was “null and void” and must be rescinded. The county plans to file a petition with the California Supreme Court after an appellate court denied its request to let Rowe stay while the appeal moves forward.

Dawn Rowe

The county is appealing a judge’s ruling that said the process used to fill the 3rd District supervisor’s seat violated the state’s open-meeting law. The judge also ordered that the appointment be rescinded, giving Gov. Gavin Newsom a chance to pick a new supervisor.

I.E. United, the political advocacy group that sued over the appointment, said the appellate court’s ruling is clear. “She is no longer supervisor,” it said. “She is not supposed to be sitting in any official capacity at all.” 

The county’s position is that Rowe is still supervisor until the board rescinds her appointment, which could happen at its next meeting, January 28, at the earliest.

The appellate court’s decision comes two months before the March 3 election, in which Rowe is running for the 3rd district seat against five other candidates. If a candidate wins more than 50 percent of the vote in March, he or she would win. If none gets more than 50 percent, there would be a November runoff between the top two candidates. If the governor appoints someone to the seat, the appointee would serve until the winning candidate is sworn in in December.