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Listen To Your News Wednesday, April 25, 2012 News Archive
     

FIRE COMPLETELY DESTROYS TWENTYNINE PALMS HOME
A Twentynine Palms home was completely destroyed by fire last night...
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JUDGE OKS LAND SWAP FOR MOJAVE CROSS
A federal judge ruled Tuesday that veterans can restore the Mojave Cross, a memorial cross in the Mojave Preserve near Cima that's been the subject of a 12-year lawsuit...
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RELAY FOR LIFE RESULTS
The Morongo Basin's annual Relay for Life was this past weekend. Hundreds of people descended on the track at the Twentynine Palms Junior High School for the 24-hour event. News Director Gary Daigneault was there and gives an update on the results of the American Cancer Society's fundraiser...
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PUBLIC HEARING ON YUCCA VALLEY SIGN ORDINANCE
The Yucca Valley Planning Commission met last night to begin revising its sign ordinance, which has not had any amendments since it was first enacted in 2004...
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TWENTYNINE PALMS CITY COUNCIL APPROVES GENERAL PLAN, TATTOO PARLOR
After three years and $1.3 million, the City of Twentynine Palms finally adopted a general plan and downtown specific plan at its meeting last night. But that's not why most of the people were at the City Council meeting last night. Z107.7's Derwood Andrews was there and explains why the Council chambers were packed...
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COUNTY TO DEDICATE NEW BUILDING TODAY
San Bernardino County will dedicate its new Government Center in Joshua Tree today...
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BIGHORN-DESERT VIEW WATER AGENCY OBJECTS TO NEW PROPOSED SEPTIC REQUIREMENTS
Customers in the Bighorn-Desert View Water Agency who need to replace their septic system may not be able to, under new proposals by the State Water Resources Control Board. Reporter Mike Lipsitz was at the Board of Directors meeting last night and explains why...
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YUCCA VALLEY TO HOLD GENERAL PLAN WORKSHOPS
The Town of Yucca Valley is updating its General Plan and will hold several workshops over the next few weeks to gather public input...
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FLUORIDE, BUDGET, AND FIRE TAX ON AGENDA AT TWENTYNINE PALMS WATER DISTRICT MEETING TONIGHT
With last week's failure of the fire tax measures H and I for Twentynine Palms residents, the Water District will now have to decide how to keep an operational fire department in the City. Reporter Derwood Andrews says that's just one item on tonight's Water District agenda...
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DESERTSCAPES PAINT-OUT WILL BENEFIT MOJAVE DESERT LAND TRUST WILDLIFE LINKAGE CAMPAIGN
The Mojave Desert Land Trust, along with the California Art Club, will host a Desertscapes Paint-Out and art auction Saturday, April 28...
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NEW PLAY OPENS AT GROVES CABIN THEATER IN MORONGO VALLEY
Groves Cabin Theater is an award-winning theater in Morongo Valley. Reporter Mike Lipsitz gives an update on the theater's latest production, The Circle…
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SUPERVISOR DERRY'S E-VERIFY MEASURE FOR RESTAURANTS FAILS
A measure by Third District County Supervisor Neil Derry to require restaurants to indicate whether it checks the immigration status of its employees failed by a 3-1 vote yesterday...
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TUTORS NEEDED FOR TWENTYNINE PALMS ADULT LITERACY PROGRAM
The Twentynine Palms Branch Library needs tutors to help with its adult literacy program. Assignment reporter Lenore Roberts fills in the details...
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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS SCHEDULES
Coming up in high school sports tomorrow...
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