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Listen To Your News Friday, February 24, 2012 News Archive
     

RESERVE FUNDS BUFFER COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE FROM SEVERE STATE CUTS
A sudden and dramatic cut in funding to Community Colleges throughout the state caught many colleges by surprise and is causing severe financial difficulties. Reporter Mike Lipsitz says our own Copper Mountain College was saved by their reserve funds...
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JOSHUA TREE MAN ARRESTED FOR FELONY SPOUSE ABUSE
A Joshua Tree man was arrested early Thursday morning after a fight with his wife...
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TWENTYNINE PALMS HELD FOR RESISTING ARREST
A Twentynine Palms man, who has been arrested in the past for resisting a police officer, was arrested again Wednesday...
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JOSHUA TREE NATIONAL PARK SEARCH AND RESCUE VOLUNTEER MEETING TONIGHT
Joshua Tree National Park's Search and Rescue Team, JOSAR, is looking for volunteers. Managing Editor Tami Roleff says a meeting for prospective members will be held tonight...
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MAN STEALS BEER IN MORNING, FOUND PASSED OUT IN CAR THAT NIGHT
A Morongo Valley man who allegedly stole two 30-packs of beer was found later in the day passed out in his vehicle...
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VETERANS NAME PAUL COOK AS LEGISLATOR OF THE YEAR
State Assemblyman Paul Cook, who will be running for Congress this year, has received high praise from a state Veteran's Organization. Reporter Dan Stork has the kudos...
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YUCCA VALLEY REDEVELOPMENT SUCCESSOR AGENCY MEETS MONDAY
The agency formerly known as the Yucca Valley Redevelopment Agency, but now known as the successor agency to the RDA, will hold a special meeting at 4:30 Monday afternoon in the Mesquite Room of the Community Center...
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MORONGO VALLEY COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT SPECIAL MEETING TONIGHT, FOLEY PAYOUT ON AGENDA
After a series of stutter steps, the Morongo Valley CSD Board will once again try to take the steps they need to take to reopen their office tonight. The tumult in Morongo Valley started with the sudden and unexpected firing of CSD Manager Meg Foley. Reporter Mike Lipsitz says the entire meeting will be an open session...
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YUCCA VALLEY RECREATION STARTING GUITAR CLASSES
A new session of beginning guitar lessons starts Tuesday, February 28, at the Yucca Valley Community Center...
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FREE BREAKFAST TOMORROW IN JOSHUA TREE
Joshua Tree Community United Methodist Church will provide a FREE Community Breakfast Buffet Saturday morning...
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YU-GI-OH TOMORROW AT TWENTYNINE PALMS LIBRARY
The Twentynine Palms Library will hold the February Yu-Gi-Oh tournament tomorrow from 1 to 4 p.m...
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TWENTYNINE PALMS HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS PREPARING 2011-2012 YEARBOOK
A group of hard-working Twentynine Palms High School Students are putting together this year's school yearbook. ROP Broadcast student Mackenzie Wilcox says space is available...
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JUNIOR TEAM TENNIS SIGNUPS ARE NOW OPEN
Junior Team Tennis sign-ups are open with the Morongo Basin Tennis Association, and Twentynine Palms Recreation...
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PONY LEAGUE SIGN-UPS IN TWENTYNINE PALMS THIS WEEKEND
Attention all parents in the Morongo Basin...
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