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Listen To Your News Thursday, February 14, 2013 News Archive
     

TWENTYNINE PALMS MARINE BASE TO EXPAND INTO JOHNSON VALLEY AND WONDER VALLEY
Despite protests from tens of thousands of people, it appears the federal government will acquire 168,000 acres of land west and south of the Twentynine Palms Marine base to expand the base to accommodate battalion-size training...
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ONAGA PARENTS AND TEACHERS UPSET OVER PRINCIPAL TRANSFER
Parents and teachers at Onaga Elementary School want answers from the Morongo Unified School District about why their principal of three years is being transferred and demoted. Principal Kyle Hannah informed his staff Monday that he will be moved to La Contenta Middle School next year and as assistant principal. As Kristy Lockhart reports parents and Teachers are asking the school board to reconsider at their meeting February 19...
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TWENTYNINE PALMS CITY COUNCIL PART 2: BLOCK GRANTS AND SYNTHETIC DRUGS
When the Twentynine Palms City Council met Tuesday night, the status of the beleaguered fire department wasn't the only item on the agenda. Today, in part two of her report, managing editor Tami Roleff says the Council also approved community development block grants, and discussed what to do about businesses that sell synthetic drugs like bath salts and spice…
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KEY TWENTYNINE PALMS CITY STAFFER RETIRING
Changes at Twentynine Palms City Hall. Sources with the City have told Z107.7 News that Charles LeClair, the City's Community Development director, is retiring, with his last day to be today...
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SPECIAL TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT IN YUCCA VALLEY
This week the Town of Yucca Valley traffic officers will be conducting traffic enforcement on Deer Trail between Onaga Trail and SR 62...
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A REMINDER ABOUT HAVING A HOME ESCAPE PLAN
You never know when a fire, flood, or other emergency may strike your home and family. Assignment reporter Taylor Thacker urges you to make a home escape plan…
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CLEAN UP AND RESTORATION OF JOSHUA TREE'S COYOTE HOLE THIS SATURDAY
Mojave Desert Land Trust, MDLT, invites you to join them for another Volunteer Land Stewardship Event in Joshua Tree's Coyote Hole area...
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HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS URGED TO APPLY FOR SPECIAL SCHOLARSHIP
Local high school seniors are being encouraged to apply for a unique scholarship through the Copper Mountain College Foundation. Reporter Mike Lipsitz has details of the Greenleaf scholarship program…
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BUNCO FOR CHARITY AT THE EAGLES SATURDAY
The Eagles Auxiliary of Twentynine Palms will hold their Fourth Annual Bunco Day for Charity at the Eagles Aerie on 29 Palms Highway Saturday...
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YU-GI-OH AT THE TWENTYNINE PALMS LIBRARY SATURDAY
The Twentynine Palms Branch Library is continuing its YU-GI-OH tournaments on Saturday...
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A LONG LINE FOR "ASHES TO GO" IN YUCCA VALLEY YESTERDAY
Yesterday marked the first day of Lent. On Ash Wednesday, many Christians wear a smudge of ash in the form of a cross on their forehead as a sign of penitence. As reporter Kristy Lockhart tells us, St. Joseph of Arimathea Episcopal Church in Yucca Valley made it easy for those wishing to receive ashes…
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TWENTYNINE PALMS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL WINS FIRST ROUND CIF PLAYOFF GAME
The Twentynine Palms High School wildcat boys' basketball team won their first round CIF playoff game last night...
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