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Listen To Your News Monday, February 4, 2013 News Archive
     

THREE KILLED IN JOHNSON VALLEY HEAD-ON, DUI DRIVER ARRESTED
Three teenagers were killed in a head-on crash with a suspected drunk driver in Johnson Valley Saturday evening on Old Woman Springs Road...
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A VERDICT IN THE JAYME GIBBS ATTEMPTED MURDER AND RAPE TRIAL
A particularly tawdry trial ended with a verdict Friday. Reporter Dan Stork said Jayme Gibbs, accused of rape and attempted murder, was found guilty…
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KELLI KING NAMED 2013 MISS YUCCA VALLEY
The 2013 Miss Yucca Valley Scholarship Pageant was held to a full house Saturday night at the Joshua Springs Thunderdome...
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YUCCA VALLEY CERT TRAINING STARTS WEDNESDAY
The Morongo Basin Community Emergency Response Organization or CERT, invites you to participate in an upcoming CERT Training Academy beginning February 6, at 6:00 p.m...
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A REMINDER ABOUT OFF-ROAD VEHICLE SAFETY
With The King of the hammers Off-Road event attracting some 30,000 visitors to the nearby Johnson Valley recreational area, the Sheriff's Department has tips for Off-Highway enthusiasts. Sheriff's Safety Specialist Anita Baker has these reminders…
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TWENTYNINE PALMS SPECIAL MEETING: FIRE TAX PLAN, FIRE FINANCES, FIRE UNION
The Twentynine Palms Water District Board of Directors will hold a special workshop at 5:30 tonight at district offices on Hatch Road in Twentynine Palms...
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WE TALK TO A MARINE IN AFGHANISTAN
Corporal Brandon Harper trained as a radio operator in the Marine Corps, but while he's deployed to Afghanistan, he's working as an administrative clerk for Regimental Combat Team-7, at Camp Leatherneck in Helmand Province. He says he enjoys his new job as it gives him the opportunity to work with more Marines on a daily basis and he can also see the "Big Picture" better than he can as a radio operator. Corporal Harper talked with managing editor Tami Roleff last week and explained why he enlisted in the Marine Corps…
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TWENTYNINE PALMS ARTISTS GUILD ANNOUNCES STUDENT SHOW WINNERS
The annual Student Show is currently on display at the Twentynine Palms Artists' Guild through February 24, showcasing area high school students...
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MORONGO BASIN CULTURAL ARTS COUNCIL ANNUAL MEETING TOMORROW
The annual membership meeting of the Morongo Basin Cultural Arts Council will be held tomorrow, February 5, from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Joshua Tree Retreat Center, in the Friendship Hall...
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SCHOLARSHIPS FOR MILITARY YOUTH BEING OFFERED
Local student with ties to the military are being invited to apply for a special scholarship. Managing Editor Tami Roleff tells you how to apply…
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CAHSEE TESTING THIS WEEK, LEAVE THE CELL PHONES HOME
Select twelfth-grade students in the Morongo Unified School District will be taking the California High School Exit Exam, or CAHSEE, Tuesday and Wednesday...
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SERVICES FOR JACKIE VOELTZ WEDNESDAY
Memorial services for Jackie Voeltz are scheduled for Wednesday...
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