SUPREME COURT TO LOOK AT PRAYERS AT COUNCIL MEETINGS

Yucca Valley has considered, and the Twentynine Palms City Council is soon to discuss, the controversial practice of starting meetings with religious prayers. Dan Stork surveys legal activity on this issue at the Federal level… Although invocations by clergy at meeting of elected officials have been common in the United

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NO ON YUCCA VALLEY RECALL ORGANIZATION FORMED

The “No on Yucca Valley Recall of George Huntington and Robert E Lombardo” (Political Action Committee) has been organized and is legally sanctioned to operate in opposition to the recall efforts in Yucca Valley by the Fair Political Practices Commission and the Internal Revenue Service. According to their chairman, Joseph

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YUCCA VALLEY TOWN COUNCIL MEETS TONIGHT

The Yucca Valley Town Council meets in regular session tonight. Amendments to the development code, slurry seal, and budget discussions are all on a busy agenda. Reporter Mike Lipsitz has details… The Yucca Valley Town Council will hold its regular meeting at 6 p.m. tonight. The meeting will start with

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LOS ANGELES MAN WANTED FOR STABBING HIS WIFE ARRESTED IN YUCCA VALLEY

A Los Angeles murder suspect was arrested after police kicked in the door of his room at the Desert View Motel in Yucca Valley early Monday morning. 46-year-old Michael Kane, who teaches at a Tarzana elementary school, was being sought after allegedly chasing down and stabbing his estranged wife to

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TWENTYNINE PALMS MARINE, PALM DESERT WOMAN, FATAL CRASH VICTIMS

The County Coroner has identified two women, one from Palm Desert and the other a Marine from the Twentynine Palms Marine Base, who were killed Sunday night in a head-on collision on Highway 62. Niccole Holly, 31, and Amelia Miller, 23, were pronounced dead at the scene of the 10

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HI-DESERT PREGNANCY CENTER FUND-RAISING DINNER TOMORROW

Join the High Desert Pregnancy Clinic for dinner at Las Palmas Mexican Cuisine in Yucca Valley, tomorrow from 4 to 9 p.m. And help support babies and their families with basic provisions through education. Order from the regular menu and proceeds will be donated to High Desert Pregnancy Clinic. They

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MORONGO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT IN SPECIAL MEETING ON BUDGET AND TECHNOLOGY

The Morongo Unified School District Board of Education will hold a Special Meeting today at District Offices on Utah Trail in Twentynine Palms. The noon meeting begins with one workshop on the District Technology Plan and another on the 2013-2014 Budget. The board is also expected to approve a Tentative

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OBSERVATORY DOME ON JOSHUA SPRINGS CHRISTIAN SCHOOL MOVING TO 29 PALMS

The observatory dome at Joshua Springs will be coming off today, on its way to Twentynine Palms. Reporter Mike Lipsitz tells us where it is going…. Today’s the day a crane will lift the observatory dome off Joshua Springs Christian School gym in Yucca Valley and prepare for transport to

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YUCCA VALLEY CHAMBER INSTALLATION DINNER TO HONOR CITIZENS

Join the Yucca Valley Chamber of Commerce June 21 at 5:30 p.m. at Pappy & Harriet’s as they celebrate accomplishments, install new directors and officers and honor outstanding members of our community. Honorees include:

Yucca Valley Chamber of Commerce Member of the Year – McClay Distributors Business of the Year

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THE LINE UP FOR THE 19TH ANNUAL YUCCA VALLEY SUMMER MUSIC FESTIVAL

The Town of Yucca Valley is getting ready for the 19th annual Summer Music Festival. A variety of musicians will perform music for all tastes in the soft cool grass of the town’s softball fields. Z107.7 Radio will be a proud sponsor, as we have from the very beginning of

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CALL FOR ART AT 29 PALMS VISITORS CENTER GALLERY

“It’s Gonna Be a Scorcher!” – Impressions of Summer Heat – is the theme for the Art in Public Places summer exhibition at the Twentynine Palms Visitor Center and Gallery in downtown Twentynine Palms. The show will be on display July, August, and September. Artists are invited to submit one

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HOSPICE OF THE MORONGO BASIN CLOSING ITS DOORS

After 31 years of excellent community service, a high profile Morongo Basin non-profit will be closing its doors. Morongo Basin Hospice, MBH, announced today they will disband the organization and will be moving out of their central Joshua Tree location. Hospice Board President Cathy Itnyre said Hospice of the Morongo

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TWO KILLED IN MORONGO VALLEY CRASH LAST NIGHT

Two people were killed in a high speed head-on crash in Morongo Valley shortly before 10 p.m. last night. Investigators from the California Highway Patrol said the driver of a 2009 Dodge, a 23-year- old from Twentynine Palms, was driving eastbound on State Route 62 approaching North Star Trail In

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MURDER SUSPECT ARRESTED IN YUCCA VALLEY HOTEL

A Los Angeles murder suspect was arrested after police kicked in the door of his room at the Desert View Motel in Yucca Valley early this morning. Following an intensive search by local Sheriffs working with Los Angeles Police, 46-year-old Michael Rodney Kane, was arrested without incident for allegedly chasing

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FOOTBALL OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUNG PEOPLE IN 29 PALMS

And while some students hone their musical talents, others pursue more physical activities. ROP broadcasting student Ryan Sullivan explains… The Twentynine Palms area has excellent football opportunities for people of all ages. For the marines, the base has both flag and tackle football teams, who play against teams from other

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INTERVIEW WITH 29 PALMS HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC DIRECTOR MICHAEL MAYES

With art and music programs at risk in many schools, ROP broadcasting student, Stephanie Acuff, asks high school music director Michael Mayes for some impressions of his work… It’s not easy being a music director; I asked Michael Mayes, Musical Director for Twentynine Palms High School what it takes starting

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PAVING PROJECT MOVES EAST ON HIGHWAY 62

A project to rehabilitate the pavement on State Route 62 from Yucca Valley to Twentynine Palms stretching from Yucca Mesa Road to Bermuda Avenue continues this week with lane closures. The project will grind the existing roadway and replace with new material. Lanes in both directions will be intermittently closed

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PETS CAN’T TELL YOU WHEN THE PAVEMENT IS TOO HOT

The weather is hot, no surprise, it’s almost summer in the desert. Many people are aware that they shouldn’t leave their dogs in cars during hot weather. Managing Editor Tami Roleff has this reminder about another danger for dogs… If it’s too hot for you to walk barefoot on pavement—and

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LOCAL EIGHTH GRADER A MASTER AT TYING UP GOATS

They say everyone is good at something and for local eighth grader, Richard Boswell, it’s his skill at tying up goats that will send him to the world’s largest junior high rodeo competition. Boswell, a student at Joshua Springs Christian School, will travel with the California Team to Gallup, New

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ONE PERSON CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE WHEN IT COMES TO TRASH IN OUR DESERT

Clean Teams volunteer throughout Morongo Basin, but assignment reporter Taylor Thacker tells us about how an independent resident of Twentynine Palms takes trash into her own hands … Most people don’t realize that trash can really affect an environment and when it’s not properly disposed of, it can get out

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