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SCHOOL BOARD CHOOSES SOLAR VENDOR

During an often contentious meeting, the MUSD Board of Education reached a split decision on a solar vendor recommendation. Reporter Dan Stork says that student recognitions, board policies, and telephone and bus service also figured in the meeting…
The Morongo Unified School District Board of Education directed staff to engage...
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LOCAL DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS LOOKING FOR DRIVERS

Volunteers are being sought for the Morongo Basin Chapter of Disabled American Veterans #60 to drive local veterans to their medical appointments to and from the VA Medical Center in Loma Linda. This service is free. The DAV needs more volunteer drivers. If you would like to volunteer, call 909-583-6014.

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FIRST WEEKEND OF OPEN STUDIO ART TOURS

This will be the first weekend for the annual the Open Studio Art tours here in the Morongo basin. Managing Editor Tami Roleff tells you how to take advantage of this unique event…
Some of the Hi-Desert’s best artists will open their studios this weekend and next for the 13th...
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CLUB VOLLEYBALL SIGN-UPS AT YUCCA VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL SATURDAY

Come and learn about Hwy 62 Club Volleyball at the Yucca Valley High School gymnasium Saturday, October 25 from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. Come sign up and get information regarding practices, tuition and more. Even meet some of the coaches. Visit their website www.hwy62volleyballclub.shutterfly.com to download registration forms ahead of...
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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS

Coming up in high school sports tomorrow, the Joshua Springs girls’ volleyball team will host Baptist Christian School at home. First serve is at 5:30.

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FOOD DISTRIBUTIONS IN YUCCA VALLEY, JOSHUA TREE AND 29 PALMS TOMORROW

The Community Action Partnership had a problem delivering surplus food for local food banks to distribute to low-income residents in the Morongo Basin on Monday. Deliveries will be made Wednesday (tomorrow) to three food distribution sites: the Yucca Valley Community Center, from 8:30 to 10:30, the Joshua Tree Community Center,...
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MAN ARRESTED AFTER FILLING A HOME WITH GAS WITH CHILDREN INSIDE

A Twentynine Palms man was arrested Friday morning accused of endangering a one-year-old child. According to a Sheriff’s report, a family member found Stephen Tumlinson, 46, of the 6000 block of Chia Avenue, passed out Thursday night with the stove burners turned on to let gas fill the home. Friday...
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MAN TRIES TO BURN OUT SNAKE IN YARD IN TWENTYNINE PALMS

Many of us can sympathize with the Twentynine Palms resident who went to drastic measures yesterday to rid his yard of a snake he thought he saw under a bush. An unidentified man in the 6300 block of Cahuilla Avenue told Sheriff’s deputies he decided to burn it out. The...
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SOLAR ENERGY TOPS TONIGHT’S SCHOOL BOARD MEETING

Solar energy is on the agenda again for the Morongo Unified School District. Reporter Dan Stork gives the rundown on plans for tonight’s meeting…
The final item at the Morongo Unified School District Board of Education meeting on October 21 is the solar energy project. The Board will discuss the...
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JOSHUA TREE MAN ARRESTED FOR FELONY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

A Joshua Tree man was arrested late Monday night, accused of beating his girlfriend. According to a Sheriff’s report, Douglas Shisler, 47, of the 6100 block of Parkway Boulevard, was arguing about 11:25 when the woman said he punched her. After an investigation, the deputy determined that Shisler struck the...
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TWENTYINE PALMS MAN ARRESTED FOR FELONY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

A Twentynine Palms man was arrested Friday after a neighbor saw him pull a woman down some steps, injuring her. According to a Sheriff’s report, Steve O’Donoghue, 44, of the 72200 block of Joshua Road, was arguing with a woman, with pounding and yelling, about 4:30 Friday afternoon and a...
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MAN ARRESTED WEARING ITEMS STOLEN IN A CAR BURGLARY

A Twentynine Palms man was arrested Saturday morning, accused of burglarizing a car. According to a Sheriff’s report, a woman left her car in the parking lot of a bar in Twentynine Palms Friday night. When she returned about 11 a.m. Saturday morning, she discovered someone had broken the rear...
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FREE SEMINAR ON AUB AT HI-DESERT MEDICAL CENTER THURSDAY

A free seminar Thursday will focus on a common and potentially dangerous condition for women. Reporter Cassie Zimarik explains…
Hi-Desert Medical Center has joined with the top 50 hospitals in the country, offering minimally invasive gynecology. Attend the seminar, “Change the Cycle: Options in Treatment of Abnormal Uterine Bleeding,” led...
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BLOOD DRIVE AT HI-DESERT MEDICAL CENTER TOMORROW

Desert Blood Services will conduct a community blood drive tomorrow, Wednesday, October 22, in the Helen Gray Center at Hi-Desert Medical Center, from 10 to 2. Donors will receive incentives. In addition, Desert Blood Services now offers donors free cholesterol screening with every blood donation. All prospective donors should be...
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TWENTYINE PALMS HISTORICAL SOCIETY OFFERS YOUNG HISTORIANS PROGRAM

A new program sponsored by the Twentynine Palms Historical Society is designed to teach local young people. Reporter Taylor Thacker has more on the Young Historians…
The Twentynine Palms Historical Society is pleased to announce a program to encourage the youth of Twentynine Palms to become more familiar with our...
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JOSHUA TREE CLEAN TEAM WILL BE OUT TOMORROW MORNING

Now that the weather has cooled off the Joshua Tree Clean Team will be meeting this Wednesday at 8 a.m. They hope to see you on the south side of Highway 62 and Sunnyhill Rd.

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HOMEGROWN POULTRY ASSOCIATION MEETS TOMORROW

High Desert Homegrown Poultry Association will hold its quarterly meeting tomorrow, Wednesday, October 22 at 6 p.m. at Yucca Mesa Community Center, 3133 Balsa Avenue in Yucca Valley. The center is just north of Aberdeen Ave. on the Mesa. There will be a presentation and talk by founder Charla Shamhart...
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TWENTYINE PALMS PLANNING COMMISSION MEETS, A FIX FOR RV PARKS

Almost 20 years ago, Twentynine Palms allowed a local business to convert from an RV resort to a mobile home park. Reporter Dan Stork says that tonight the Planning Commission will get around to fixing up zoning rules to match that change…
At its October 21 meeting, the Twentynine Palms...
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YUCCA VALLEY PLANNING COMMISSIONER RESIGNS

Tim Humphreville, the chair of the Yucca Valley Planning Commission, told Mayor Robert Lombardo in a phone call last week that he plans to resign from the Planning Commission effective November 1. Former Council Member Frank Luckino named Humphreville to the Planning Commission in 2010; his appointment was confirmed by...
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FINAL 2014 SHOW FOR GUNFIGHTERS FOR HIRE IN PIONEERTOWN SUNDAY

The Gunfighters for Hire will wrap up this season at Pioneertown this Sunday. Reporter Caitlin Logan says the western re-enactment performance will be a special one…
Gunfighters for Hire will be performing their last scheduled show for the 2014 season on Sunday, October 26, at 2:30 p.m. on Mane Street...
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