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Listen To Your News Wednesday, May 18, 2011 News Archive
     

ASSAULT WITH STEREO TURNS OUT TO BE A STABBING
Today, we clarify a story we ran yesterday reporting a man was hit in the head by a stereo at a party...
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SUSPICIOUS FIRE BURNS GARAGE IN LANDERS
Fast work by county firefighters saved a home in Landers after the garage burned to the ground...
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YUCCA VALLEY TOWN COUNCIL APPROVES NEW BENEFITS PACKAGE
The Yucca Valley Town Council met in regular session last night, items of interest included benefits for Town Employees and plans for a major senior housing project on the highway. Reporter Tami Roleff breaks her report into two parts. Today, a new benefits package, tomorrow, the Senior Housing project...
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TWENTYNINE PALMS COUPLE ARRESTED AFTER MISTAKEN BURGLARY CALL
A Twentynine Palms couple who thought their RV was being burglarized were arrested Sunday for felony drug possession and being under the influence...
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PETTY THEFT LEADS TO WARRANT ARREST
A petty theft at Wal-Mart on Monday led to an arrest for a Twentynine Palms woman for a misdemeanor traffic ticket...
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TEENS CAUGHT STEALING ALCOHOL
Two teenagers were arrested for trying to steal a bottle of booze at Food 4 Less on Monday...
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SCHOOL BOARD HEARS ELECTION CRITICISM AND FOOTBALL RUMORS
The Morongo Unified School Board met in regular session last night. After hearing a complaint about a Twentynine Palms High School election and rumors from Yucca Valley High School football, the school board got down to business. Reporter Dan Stork was there and files this report...
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YUCCA VALLEY SEPTIC PROHIBITION MEETING IN LA QUINTA TOMORROW
The California Regional Water Quality Control Board will hold a public hearing tomorrow at 10 a.m. at the La Quinta City Hall on septic discharge prohibitions for portions of Yucca Valley, the phase 1 area in 2016, phase 2 in 2019 and phase 3 in 2022...
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MARIJUANA ANTI-PROHIBITION PROJECT MEETS TONIGHT
The Marijuana Anti-Prohibition Project monthly meeting will be held at the Castle Inn Bar on Golden Slipper Lane off Reche Road in Landers tonight at 6:30 p.m...
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TWENTYNINE PALMS PLANNING COMMISSION TO USE MILITARY CRITERIA FOR CITY SHOOTING STANDARDS
The Twentynine Palms Planning Commission said they would use military designs for shooting ranges in the City, but not that missile and tank stuff. Reporter Derwood Andrews was at their meeting last night and says the shooting and range issues will continue for some time...
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YUCCA VALLEY LIBRARY WELCOMES HIGH SCHOOL PUPPETEERS FRIDAY
Friday, May 20, at 10:45 a.m. the Yucca Valley Library welcome the Home Ec Players from Yucca Valley High School who will present a series of puppet shows for all ages...
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TWENTYNINE PALMS HIGH SCHOOL AND COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE STUDENTS IN SHAKESPEARE PERFORMANCE FRIDAY
High winds cancelled an outdoor performance by students from Copper Mountain College and Twentynine Palms High School last night...
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JOSHUA BASIN WATER DISTRICT MEETS TONIGHT, REIMBURSEMENT CONTENTION ANTICIPATED
The Joshua Basin Water District Board meets in regular session tonight. Reporter Mike Lipsitz says even some routine business is expected to bring contention...
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