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Listen To Your News Monday, March 25, 2013 News Archive
     

MOTOR HOME FIRE VICTIM'S IDENTIFIED, 1 CONFIRMATION SOUGHT
The San Bernardino County Coroner is asking for the public's help in locating the family or friends of a woman whose body was found earlier this month after a fire in Twentynine Palms...
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COUNTY ABANDONING SOME JOSHUA TREE PAVED ROADS
A Joshua Tree resident told us that a county road crew placed signs on paved sections of streets in his neighborhood announcing that the road is "not maintained" and that "San Bernardino County is not responsible for any loss or injury resulting from its use." What gives? Dan Stork found out…
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JOSHUA TREE FIRE FIGHTERS BUSY THIS WEEKEND
Joshua Tree firefighters were busy this weekend. Friday night, two men were critically injured when a sand rail rolled over in the dry lake bed north of the highway...
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HESPERIA ARRESTS LEAD TO CLOSING OF LOCAL INTERNET CAFES
The Hot Spot Internet Cafés in Joshua Tree, Yucca Valley, and Twentynine Palms have closed down and removed most of its equipment...
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WE TALK TO A MARINE WHO LITERALLY WORKS UNDER FIRE
Lots of people say they work under fire, or are under the gun, but Lance Corporal Nickolas Franklin—soon to be Corporal Franklin—means it literally. Franklin is a data networking specialist with Regimental Combat Team-7, currently in Afghanistan. Managing editor Tami Roleff spoke with Franklin last week about the challenges of working in a war zone…
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CHP OFFERING FREE START SMART TEEN DRIVING CLASS
The Morongo Basin CHP is offering another free Start Smart class for teen drivers and new drivers...
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BLOOD DRIVE TOMORROW IN TWENTYNINE PALMS
Desert Blood Services will conduct a community blood drive in Twentynine Palms, Tuesday, March 26...
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JOSHUA BASIN WATER DISTRICT TO IMPROVE DEMONSTRATION GARDEN
The Joshua Basin Water District Board met Wednesday and heard about improvements to their demonstration garden, budget, and a grant for their recharge project. Reporter Mike Lipsitz reports…
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LOCAL BOYS STATE DELEGATE SELECTED
The Joshua Tree American Legion Post 761 recently announced that seven area juniors have been named as the 2012 Boys' State delegates...
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CALL FOR DESERT CRITTER ART
The call is going out for submission for the spring art exhibit at the Twentynine Palms Visitor Center. The theme is "Desert Critters". Reporter Dan Stork tells artists the guidelines…
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SOME REMINDERS ABOUT OFF-HIGHWAY VEHICLE SAFETY
Proper equipment and family notifications are both important components of Off-Highway Vehicle safety. ROP Broadcasting student Christian McBee has more details…
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MORONGO VOLLEYBALL CLUB DOES WELL IN TOURNAMENT
The Morongo Volleyball Club under 18 girls volleyball team traveled to Anaheim Saturday to compete in the Southern California Volleyball Association second mandatory tournament...
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LOCAL SOCCER CLUB TEAM BEING FORMED
Are you Interested and have what it takes to play soccer at the Club level? Yucca Valley High School soccer coach Tee Vallo is forming a U13 Girls team in Yucca Valley...
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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS SCHEDULES
Coming up in high school sports tomorrow, the Twentynine Palms High School Wildcat golf team will travel away to Big Bear to play the Bears. Tee-off is at 2:45...
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