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Listen To Your News Tuesday, May 10, 2011 News Archive
     

FLEEING SUSPECT CAUGHT IN JOSHUA TREE NATIONAL PARK AFTER TWENTYNINE PALMS STABBING
A Twentynine Palms Man is behind bars after he stabbed his girlfriend and fled into Joshua Tree National Park...
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ELECTRIC HEATER CAUSES FIRE AT MOHAWK APARTMENTS IN YUCCA VALLEY
A portable electric heater is blamed for a fire at an apartment complex in Yucca Valley...
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PART 2: THE REST OF THE 9 CANDIDATES FOR YUCCA VALLEY TOWN COUNCIL APPOINTMENT
The Yucca Valley Town Council will review the nine applicants for appointment on the council to fill the seat left by Chad Mayes' resignation tonight. Yesterday in part 1, we met five of the applicants, today, in part two, reporter Tami Roleff introduces us to the other four...
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INDIAN TRIBAL CHAIRMAN TO CHALLENGE DERRY FOR SUPERVISOR
San Manuel Band of Mission Indians Tribal Chairman James Ramos announced he will challenge 3rd District Supervisor Neil Derry in next year's San Bernardino County board election...
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TWENTYNINE PALMS CITY COUNCIL MEETS, PUBLIC HEARING ON FIRE IMPACT FEES SET
The Twentynine Palms City Council meets in regular session tonight. On the agenda is the adoption of fire impact fees and an application to SanBag for funding for local street projects. Reporter Dan Stork has a closer look...
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DEPLOYED DADS TALK TO THEIR GRADUATING TWENTYNINE PALMS HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS TONIGHT
Two graduating Twentynine palms High School Seniors will hear from their deployed fathers via video at the Senior Banquet held at the Multipurpose Room at the school tonight 6 p.m...
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GET TESTED TO STOP THE SPREAD OF HIV
While you don't see the big headlines anymore, HIV/aids is still a significant public health problem. Managing Editor Karl Gardner says the Centers for disease control is urging testing and the County is making HIV testing available...
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JOSHUA TREE CLEAN TEAM OUT TOMORROW MORNING
The Joshua Tree Clean Team will be meeting on Alta Loma and Olympic, west of Friendly Hills Elementary School, tomorrow morning...
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REACH OUT HONORS VOLUNTEERS AT FRIDAY BARBECUE
Reach Out Morongo Basin will hold its annual volunteer recognition with a BBQ Friday from 4-7 p.m. at Sunburst Park in Joshua Tree...
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HI-DESERT MEDICAL CENTER BOARD MEETS TONIGHT
The Hi-Desert Medical Center Board meets tonight. Reporter Mike Lipsitz said the hospital board will consider buying new equipment and hear an educational presentation...
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ELIXIR PIANO TRIO AT HI-DESERT CULTURAL ENTER SUNDAY
The dynamic Elixir Piano Trio, winner of the "Most Distinguished Musician Award" at the 2005 IBLA International Competition in Italy, performs both traditional and modern repertoire with classical, folk, and jazz influences...
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HI-DESERT WATER DISTRICT CITIZEN ADVISORS MEET TONIGHT
The citizen advisors for the Hi-Desert Water District will meet tonight, reporter Derwood Andrews checks their agenda...
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LOCAL TEEN WINS REGIONAL TENNIS TOURNAMENT
Jasmine Smith, 13, of Twentynine Palms won the Girls' singles championship at the Whittier Narrows Jr. Novice Tournament May 7...
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TWENTYNINE PALMS HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL TAKES A LOSS
The Twentynine Palms High School Varsity Wildcat Baseball Team lost its 6th game in a row as they fell to Shadow Hills 8 – 5 Friday night at Shadow Hills...
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