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Order flowers and gifts from Rainbow Florist located in Barstow CA for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 1303 E Main St Ste A, Barstow California 92311 Zip. The phone number is (760) 256-7175. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Rainbow Florist in Barstow CA. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Rainbow Florist delivers fresh flowers – order today.

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616 E Main St
Barstow, CA 92311
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Jan 25, 2019

Rose Parade will have Inland flavor, with entries from Big Bear, Pomona and Norco - Press-Enterprise

The marching band and color guard from Kaiser High School in Fontana, which is listed among pre-parade units. U.S. Marine Corps Mounted Color Guard, Barstow, which will feature six Marines riding palomino mustangs from the U.S. Bureau of Land Management’s wild horse adoption program. The color guard is listed as the third official entry. Cal Poly Universities’ “Far Out Frequencies” float is set to appear ninth in line. Many flowers on the entry were grown on the Pomona and San Luis Obispo campuses. Fontana-based United Sikh Mission’...

Mar 23, 2017

'Super bloom' hits the High Desert

Native blooms, meaning those indigenous to the region, include:— Mojave monkeyflower, found from Daggett and Barstow to Victorville— Wooly sunflower, mostly around Barstow— Alkali mariposa lily, growing mostly around springs in Lucerne Valley and Antelope Valley— Pygmy poppy, seen in Lucerne Valley, Hesperia and Phelan— Fiddleneck, seen throughout Apple ValleyNelson said the annuals, meaning plants with a lifecycle lasting only one year, “have evolved to emerge quickly to take advantage of precious limited water that disappears quickly in the desert.” These are currently blooming in the lower elevations, and include:— California poppy— Brown-eyed primrose— Canterbury bell— Phacelia— Desert dandelionPerennial plants, which regrow from their roots each spring “should also be very robust this year,” Nelson said. These include:— Pink sand verbena— BrittlebushOther places to goBeyond the Victor Valley and Barstow area, those seeking impressive wildflower displays can also check out a lesser known spots, according to Nelson, like the Whitewater Preserve off Interstate 10 between Banning and Palm Springs.MacKay listed other areas to visit, including:— Placerita Canyon State Park— Cottonwood Spring on the south end of Joshua Tree National Park— Carrizo Plain— Death Valley National Park— Saddleback Butte State Park— Zzyzx within the Mojave National Preserve— The new Puma Canyon Ecological Preserve in Pinon Hills managed by the Transition Habitat ConservancyWhen planning a trip, visitors should research the peak bloom times of their destination and check the weather before going.To learn moreThe BLM offers an online guide to the peak blooming periods of California desert wildflowers.Those looking to learn more about Mojave Desert plants may consider becoming a member of the Mojave Desert Chapter of the California Native Plant Society, a statewide organization committed to conserving native plants and education through field trips, meetings and other events. For a recent newsletter with information on their activities, contact Pam MacKay at exploring the region this ‘... (

Jan 8, 2016

High school results

THURSDAY’S RESULTS SJ Benton 65, Smithville 58 JOPLIN CLASSIC Joplin 55, William Chrisman 50 FRIDAY’S GAMES Atchison at Sumner Academy Barstow at Van Horn Belton at Raymore-Peculiar Bishop Ward at Basehor-Linwood Blue Springs at Liberty Blue Valley at Blue Valley Northwest Blue Valley North at Bishop Miege Blue Valley Southwest at St. Thomas Aquinas Center at Warrensburg Central at African Centered Christ Prep at Midway Clinton at St. Pius X Columbia Hickman at Blue Springs South De Soto at Eudora Gardner Edgerton at Blue Valley West Grain Valley at Excelsior Springs Harrisonville at Oak Grove Heritage Christian at Butler Horton at Pleasant Ridge Immaculata at Valley Falls Lansing at Tonganoxie Lawrence at Olathe South Lawson at East Buchanan Lee's Summit at Winnetonka Liberty North at Kearney Louisburg at Baldwin Maranatha Christian at Summit Christian McLouth at Jackson Heights Mill Valley at Bonner Springs North Kansas City at Fort Osage North Platte at West Platte Northeast at East O'Hara at Smith-Cotton Olathe North at Lawrence Free State Olathe Northwest at Olathe East Osawatomie at Iola Oskaloosa at Kansas City Christian Platte C... (January 7 - Kansas City Star)

Jan 8, 2016

High school results for January 4

Platte County 36 Penney 61, Richmond 51 Pleasant Hill 60, Clinton 44 Rich Hill 78, Lutheran 24 St. Pius X 49, Warrensburg 41 TUESDAY’S GAMES Barstow at Butler Basehor-Linwood at Mill Valley Belton at Excelsior Springs Clinton at Pleasant Hill De Soto at Paola Eudora at Baldwin Gardner Edgerton at Blue Valley North KC Christian at Maranatha Christian Kearney at Park Hill Lawrence at Leavenworth Lawrence Free State at SM East Lee's Summit North at Truman Lee's Summit West at Columbia Rock Bridge Lincoln Prep at East Maur Hill at McLouth Midway at Leeton Northeast at African Centered Oak Grove at Harmon Odessa at Van Horn Olathe East at SM West Olathe North at SM North Olathe Northwest at SM South Olathe South at SM Northwest Orrick at Plattsburg Oskaloosa at Horton Ottawa at Louisburg Park Hill South at Lee's Summit Pembroke Hill at Grandview Piper at Tonganoxie Pleasant Ridge at Jefferson County North Raymore-Peculiar at Ruskin Raytown at North Kansas City SJ Central at Oak Park St. Thomas Aquinas at Blue Valley Santa Fe Trail at Osawatomie Schlagle at Sumner Academy SM Northwest at Leavenworth Southwest ECC at Central Spring Hill at Blue Valley Southwest Staley at Fort Osage ... (Kansas City Star)

Dec 30, 2015

Genevieve 'Gen' Theobald

Mary Calhan of Estherville, Iowa, Lucy Filo of Menomonee Falls, Wis., Julia Layden of Barstow, Calif.; brothers-in-law, Bernard Maday of St. Paul, Minn., and Francis Maday of Detroit Lakes, Minn.; nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Gen was preceded in death by her parents; husbands, Robert "Bob" Maday and Mathias "Ty" Theobald; brother and sister-in-law, Kieth and Jerry Nelson; and other relatives. (Fairmont Sentinel)


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