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Listen To Your News Thursday, March 17, 2011 News Archive
     

CRIME DOWN IN COUNTY SHERIFF JURISDICTIONS
Crime dropped in 2010 in the areas patrolled by the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department, according to statistics released by the department Wednesday...
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ATM BREAK-IN AT YUCCA BOWL
Authorities are looking for a suspect who broke into an ATM machine in Yucca Valley...
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DUI SATURATION PATROL OUT FOR ST. PATRICK'S DAY
This is St. Patrick's Day and the Sheriff's Department reminds you to celebrate responsibly and always have a designated driver if you are planning on green beer. To make sure the celebration is a safe one, the Sheriff's department is conducting a special DUI saturation patrol. Managing Editor Karl Gardner has the warning...
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ACCUSER WANTS TO REVIVE SEXUAL HARASSMENT SUIT AGAINST DA
A former San Bernardino County district attorney's employee is seeking to revive her sexual harassment suit against District Attorney Mike Ramos that a judge threw out earlier this month...
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COUNTY EMPLOYEES MAY PAY MORE FOR HEALTH BENEFITS
Some San Bernardino County employees may have to pay a greater percentage of their retirement costs if a proposal expected to go before the Board of Supervisors next month is approved...
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JOSHUA TREE MAC TO HEAR DETAILS ON NEW JOSHUA TREE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
The Joshua Tree Municipal Advisory Commission, the Joshua Tree MAC, will meet tonight. Reporter Dan Stork said the plans for the new Joshua Tree Elementary School will be revealed...
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MOJAVE DESERT LAND TRUST NAMED "CONSERVATIONIST OF THE YEAR"
The Joshua Tree based Mojave Desert Land Trust was honored with the 2011 "Conservationist of the Year" award by the Western Section of The Wildlife Society on February 10...
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WE REVIEW THE CHILDREN'S PLAY "PINOCCHIO" AT THEATRE 29
The Classic children play "Pinocchio" opened last week for a 5-week run at theatre 29. Reporter Tami Roleff was in the audience and offer this theatrical review of the show...
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TOWN MANAGER ON "UP-CLOSE SHOW" TOMORROW
At this weeks Yucca Valley Town Council meeting, Town Manager Mark Nuaimi unveiled a financing plan, based on a one percent sales tax, to partially finance the Yucca Valley Sewer system and vital town infrastructure...
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TWENTYNINE PALMS CHAMBER MIXER AT "HEADQUARTERS" TONIGHT
The Twentynine Palms Chamber of Commerce March mixer is hosted this evening from 5 to 7 by Headquarters, at 5864 Adobe Road...
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JOSHUA BASIN WATER DISTRICT INCREASES BUDGET, LOOKS AT 150 ACRE SOLAR PROJECT
The Joshua Basin Water District Board met in regular session last night. Reporter Mike Lipsitz said the board upped their budget and will study a proposed 150-acre solar field...
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YUCCA VALLEY RECREATION OFFER KNIT AND CROCHET CLASSES
Among many classes and activities offered by Yucca Valley recreation is knitting and crocheting. ROP Broadcast student Brayden Bias gets out his knitting needles...
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SEVEN TWENTYNINE PALMS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL PLAYERS NAMED TO ALL-LEAGUE TEAM
Seven Twentynine Palms High School Basketbll players have been to the all De Anza League team...
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TWENTYNINE PALMS HIGH SCHOOL GOLF BEATS COACHELLA
The Twentynine Palms High School Varsity Golf Team traveled to Coachella Valley Yesterday and shot their lowest score of the year defeating Coachella Valley High School at Trillogy with a score of 211-271...
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