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Listen To Your News Thursday, August 19, 2010 News Archive
     

ARREST FOR DUI AFTER CRASH IN JOSHUA TREE
Two cars collided, sending a Joshua Tree woman to jail for Driving under the influence...
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TWENTYNINE PALMS MARINE BASE CELEBRATES 58 YEARS
The Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center will celebrate its 58th Birthday this Friday morning from 8 to 10 on Lance Cpl. Torrey L. Gray Field...
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RUBBISH FIRE DOUSED IN NORTH JOSHUA TREE
A small rubbish fire kept fire crews busy in North Joshua Tree...
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HI-DESERT WATER DISTRICT MEETING
At a meeting filled with routine housekeeping business, the Hi-Desert Water District board learned the district has been given a safety award. Reporter Tami Roleff explains...
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COUNTY PROGRAM TO RE-INSTATE DRIVER’S LICENSE SUSPENDED OVER CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENTS
In honor of Child Support Awareness Month this month, the County Department of Child Support Services, will participate in the state-sponsored "Get Back on the Road” Driver License Release Program...
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ASSEMBLYMAN PAUL COOK SEES 5 BILLS GO TO THE GOVERNOR
Assemblyman Paul Cook of Yucca Valley, who represents the 65th Assembly District, announced 5 of his bills are heading to the desk of Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. Reporter Dan Stork outlines the measures...
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JOSHUA TREE MAC MEETS TONIGHT
The Joshua Tree Municipal Advisory Council, that’s the MAC, meets in regular session at the Joshua Tree Community Center, 6171 Sunburst Avneue, starting at 7...
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MODIFIED SOCCER REGISTRATION IN JOSHUA TREE
Joshua Tree Park and Recreation will be offering Modified Soccer, which is played on a smaller field with only 5 players from each team on the field at any given time, again this fall...
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KILLER BEE WARNING
County Vector Control reports Africanized or so-called “Killer Bee” encounters are increasing. Reporter Derwood Andrews has more...
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BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT AT OASIS ELEMENTARY
Just in time for the new school year, Oasis Elementary is hosting a Back to School Night on Friday evening starting at 5:15 in the cafeteria at...
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MOJAVE VIPER YOUNG MARINES PARENT ORIENTATION
Attention all parents of children between ages 8 and 18...
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