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Listen To Your News Thursday, April 26, 2012 News Archive
     

FIRE AT THE LANDERS DUMP THIS MORNING
The Landers dump caught on fire early this morning...
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TWENTYNINE PALMS WATER DISTRICT SAYS IT'S TIME FOR THE CITY TO TAKE OVER THE FIRE DEPARTMENT
The Twentynine Palms Water District met last night. Fluoride and the budget were all on the agenda. But the big issue was the implications of the failure of the fire tax measure last week. Reporter Derwood Andrews says water district directors think it's time for the city to take control of the fire department...
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AUTO THIEVES CAUGHT IN THE ACT IN YUCCA VALLEY
Two brothers were arrested Monday afternoon when they were caught in the act of trying to steal a car in Yucca Valley...
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YUCCA VALLEY MAN THREATENS ESTRANGED WIFE VIA TEXTS
A Yucca Valley man was arrested Tuesday morning after he sent his estranged wife threatening text messages and showed up at her place of employment...
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FORMER MARINE CHARGED WITH EMBEZZLING FROM SCHOLARSHIP ORGANIZATION WITHDRAWS GUILTY PLEA
A former Marine accused of embezzling more than $133,000 from a Palm-Desert based Marine scholarship fund withdrew his guilty plea during his sentencing hearing in Indio yesterday...
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MARINE SERGEANT DISMISSED AFTER FACEBOOK POSTINGS CRITICIZING PRESIDENT
A Marine sergeant will be dismissed for criticizing President Obama on Facebook, according to the Marine Corps Times...
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COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE TO HOST ALUMNI BARBECUE
It promises to be a fun day filled with all kinds of activities for Copper Mountain College students, alumni and their families. It's the CMC Alumni Barbecue. Assignment reporter Mike Lipsitz gets out his barbecue tongs...
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RABIES VACCINE CLINIC IN TWENTYNINE PALMS SATURDAY
The Palms-n-Paws Animal Shelter will be conducting a low-cost rabies clinic, on Saturday, April 28, from 8 to 10 a.m...
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VENDORS NEEDED FOR YUCCA VALLEY'S FOURTH OF JULY SHOW
Every year, the Rotary Club of Yucca Valley sponsors the Morongo Basin's biggest fireworks show that's open to the public...
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SUPERVISOR NEIL DERRY'S E-VERIFY MEASURE FOR RESTAURANTS FAILS
A measure by Third District County Supervisor Neil Derry to require restaurants to indicate whether they check the immigration status of their employees, failed by a 3-1 vote Tuesday...
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TRADITIONAL SAMOAN DANCES
Traditional Samoan dances are beautiful and energetic, and they often were danced for specific reasons. ROP broadcasting student Primo Sitigata explains some of the history and traditions behind these dances...
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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS RESULTS AND SCHEDULES
The Twentynine Palms High School Wildcats track and field teams traveled to Thermal yesterday to face the Big Bear Bears and the Desert Mirage Rams in a double De Anza League dual...
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