DRIVE IN MOVIE THEATERS STILL A THRILL

Drive-in movie theaters still exist, including one in Twentynine Palms. ROP Broadcasting student Careylyn Mendoza urges you to share in a great American tradition…

Twentynine Palms has one of the few remaining drive-in theaters in the United States. The first drive-in theater was created by Richard M. Hollingshead in the

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MILITARY ACADEMY INFORMATION NIGHT

Middle- and high-school students who are interested in attending a military academy are invited to attend a free event tonight to learn more about the country’s five service academies. Representatives from the U.S. Naval Academy, U.S. Air Force Academy, U.S. Military Academy, and the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy will be

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JOSHUA TREE VFW SUNDAY BREAKFAST

The Joshua Tree Veterans of Foreign Wars Post will be serving up a Sunday breakfast of pork chop special with a full breakfast menu. And don’t forget Taco Wednesday from 11 to 1. The VFW post is located at 6402 Veterans Way in downtown JT.

YUCCA VALLEY MEDIANS AND SIDEWALKS SUBJECT OF WORKSHOP MEETING MONDAY

In the wake of citizen complaints and petitions against the projects, the Town of Yucca Valley will hold two community workshops for the upcoming Highway 62 raised median island and sidewalk projects. The first workshop will be held Monday, October 14, from 5 to 7 p.m. The second one will

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Z107.7 TO ESCORT MORE MARINES AND SAILORS HOME TODAY

We had so much fun on Wednesday we’re going to do it all over again. Two more waves of Marines from 3rd Battalion, 4th Marines, and another group from 3rd Combat Engineer Battalion, will be returning to the Marine Corps Air-Ground Combat Center today, and Z107.7 plans to announce their

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COUNTY TO CONTINUE TURNING ARRESTEES OVER FOR DEPORTATION

San Bernardino County announced it will continue turning over to immigration officials some people it books for crimes. Dan Stork explains the 287g program, and relays some county statistics on its use… San Bernardino County has renewed its participation in a federal program, under which people who have been booked

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WEED SHOW WORKSHOP TOMORROW IN TWENTYNINE PALMS

Gerry Gates, one of the Twentynine Palms Weed Show’s most creative minds in the last few years, will join long time veterans Pat Rimmington, Marilyn Fernald and Larry Bowden as a guest instructor for the upcoming Weed Show Workshop tomorrow. The hands-on workshop is where adults and children can learn

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CHAPARRAL ARTIST PUTS OUT CALL FOR ENTRIES TO HARVEST SHOW

Chaparral Artists’ Guild is calling for art for its annual judged Harvest Show. Artists should drop off their art at A Roadside Attraction in Twentynine Palms Thursday, October 17, from 4 to 6 p.m., or Friday, October 18, from 10:30 to noon. Entry fees for Chaparral members are $10 for

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A QUICK LESSON ON THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT

There’s been lots of confusion about what the Affordable Care Act (or “Obamacare”) is, and what it requires Americans to do. Starting in 2014, all Americans will be required to have health insurance. Many people already have health insurance through their employers, and for them, no further action is required.

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TEEN CRAFT AT THE TWENTYNINE PALMS LIBRARY TOMORROW

Join the staff of the Twentynine palms Library tomorrow from 1 – 4 pm for teen crafts, painting candy corn clay pots. Enjoy refreshments as you create your one-of-a-kind craft. All supplies are provided by the Friends of the Library. The event is open to teens in grades 7-12. For

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DEMOCRATIC CLUB MEETS TOMMORROW

The Morongo Basin Democratic Club will meet in a special meeting tomorrow morning at Bruce’s Coyote Kitchen on the Copper Mountain College campus in Joshua Tree. Fellowship and a $10 full breakfast begins at 9 a.m.; the meeting begins at 10 a.m. with assembly candidate Karalee Hargrove at the top

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HOW TO PREVENT KITCHEN FIRES FOR THIS FIRE PREVENTION WEEK

This is fire prevention week. Most house fires start in the kitchen and reporter Taylor Thacker has some fire prevention tips… It’s time for fire prevention week! San Bernardino County Fire is joining forces with the non-profit National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) to remind local residents to “Prevent Kitchen Fires.”

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JOSHUA TREE VFW OFFERS TONIGHT, BREAKFAST SUNDAY, TACOS WEDNESDAY

The Joshua Tree Veterans of Foreign Wars Post will be serving up an Auxiliary dinner of country style ribs tonight from 4:30 to 6:30, for only $7. Sunday breakfast is a pork chop special with a full breakfast menu. And don’t forget Taco Wednesday from 11 to 1.

AMATEUR ASTRONOMERS MEET TONIGHT IN YUCCA VALLEY

The Andromeda Astronomical Society meeting will be at the Yucca Mesa Community Center, Friday, October 11th, from 7 to 9 p.m. The address is 3133 Balsa Ave., Yucca Valley. The evening’s topic will be where, when and how to view the comet ISON, and related topics such as meteorites and

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TENDER LOVING CAUSE GEARS UP FOR 30TH ANNUAL CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION

Join TLC volunteers today at Starbucks in Yucca Valley today from 3 to 8 p.m. Come buy a cup of coffee, sing your heart out with the TLC Love Notes and karaoke. TLC is gearing up for the 30th annual Christmas Day celebration and is having a yarn exchange. TLC

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FANTASY SPRINGS INVITES YOU TO TAKE THE CUPCAKE CHALLENGE

Are you an amateur baker who can make a cupcake like a pro? If so, Fantasy Springs Resort Casino wants you to participate in the Fantasy Cupcake Challenge. Managing editor Tami Roleff indulges her sweet tooth with the following report… On Sunday, November 17, the resort will play host to

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HIGH SCHOOL AND YOUTH SPORTS SCORES, SCHEDULES AND ACTIVITIES

The Yucca Valley High School Lady Trojans volleyball team travelled to Desert Hot Springs last night to take on the Lady Eagles. The Varsity team won 3-0. Coach Matt Jennings said the team rallied in each set to take the lead and they were able to finish strong. They also

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YUCCA VALLEY RECALL PETITIONS FAIL TO QUALIFY FOR THE BALLOT

Last month, recall proponents turned in to the Yucca Valley Town Clerk’s office recall petitions with about 260 more signatures than were needed to recall Council Member George Huntington and Mayor Pro Tem Robert Lombardo. Yet after review by the County Registrar of Voters, about 450 of those signatures were

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STORM CAUSES AREA POWER OUTAGES

A downed pole and power lines have caused power outages in various areas throughout the Morongo Basin. According to Yucca Valley firefighters and SoCal Edison’s website, the power outage started Wednesday afternoon in Morongo Valley, when a power pole, with three large transformers on it, at Big Morongo Canyon and

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MILITARY DEATH BENEFITS RESTORED, THANKS TO PRIVATE CHARITY

The Pentagon says families of fallen troops will begin receiving the $100,000 death gratuity that was suspended for more than a week due to the government shutdown. Yesterday, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said the department has forged an agreement with the Fisher House, a private charity organization, to provide payments

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