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Listen To Your News Friday, January 20, 2012 News Archive
     

MORONGO VALLEY COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT OFFICE CLOSED AND LOCKED
The abrupt and temporary closing of the Morongo Valley Community Service District office caps off 10 days of turmoil for the beleaguered Agency which is responsible for a variety of services including fire protection, public recreation, street lighting, library services, fiscal oversight, and community representation...
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GROUNDBREAKING FOR NEW JOSHUA TREE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SET
Construction will soon start on a brand new Joshua Tree Elementary School. After being built some 50 years ago, new technology recently revealed earthquake faults under the old school and a new school and location was approved by the state. Reporter Dan Stork says the groundbreaking will be open to the public...
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ELDERLY WOMAN LOOKING FOR UPLAND, FOUND IN PIONEERTOWN
An elderly woman from Pomona trying to visit her husband in a care facility in Upland was found in Pioneertown Wednesday...
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YUCCA VALLEY MAN ARRESTED AFTER ATTACKING WIFE'S BOYFRIEND
An estranged husband was arrested Wednesday night after he barged into his wife's home and started a fight with her and her boyfriend...
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STATE SUPREME COURT TO WEIGH IN ON MARIJUANA REGULATION
The state's high court will attempt to clarify marijuana's hazy legal status in California...
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DESERT INSTITUTE OFFERS CLASS ON PLANTS AND CLIMATE CHANGE
With spring approaching, the Desert Institute is offering a free class tonight on spring plant and climate change. Reporter Derwood Andrews has details…
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LAFCO CLARIFIES BIGHORN-DESERT VIEW WATER DISTRICT SPHERE OF INFLUENCE
In a Service Review released this month, the County's Local Agency Formation Commission, or LAFCO, made recommendations impacting the sphere of influence of agencies in the Homestead Valley communities of Landers, Johnson Valley, and Flamingo Heights with particular focus on the areas served by Bighorn Desert-View Water Agency...
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"JAKES WOMAN" AT THEATRE 29 A BIG HIT
The first show of the Theatre 29 2012 season is running weekends through February 11 at the Morongo Basin premiere live theater venue. Reporter Mike Lipsitz tells you how to get tickets this weekend for the comedy hit, "Jake's Women"...
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STATE AGENCY APPROVES WAL-MART, HI-DESERT MEDICAL CENTER WASTEWATER PLANTS
Wastewater Treatment plants for both the new Yucca Valley Super Wal-Mart and an expansion of Hi-Desert Medical Center were approved by the state yesterday...
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WE MEET MISS YUCCA VALLEY CONTESTANT CASSIE CANNON
The Miss Yucca Valley Pageant is set for February 4. Today we meet pageant contestant Cassie Cannon...
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MEALS THIS WEEK AT JOSHUA TREE VFW
The Joshua Tree VFW will be serving up a Swiss steak dinner tonight from 4:30 to 6:30...
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FREE BREAKFAST IN JOSHUA TREE TOMORROW
Joshua Tree Community United Methodist Church will provide a FREE Community Breakfast Buffet EVERY Saturday morning 9-10 a.m...
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CHEMICAL REACTION AT HI-DESERT NATURE MUSEUM SCIENCE SATURDAY
Educational fun at the Hi-Desert Nature Museum in Yucca Valley tomorrow. Reporter Derwood Andrews says the free Science Saturday presentation is all about chemical reactions...
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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS AND SCORES
The Twentynine Palms Lady Wildcats basketball team raised their record to 14 and 7 overall and 4 and 0 in league play while taking over sole possession of first place in the De Anza League yesterday by defeating the Big Bear Bears by a score of 67 to 36...
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