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Listen To Your News Monday, August 30, 2010 News Archive
     

2007 YUCCA VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE KILLED IN COMBAT IN AFGHANISTAN
A sailor from the Town of Yucca Valley was killed Friday during combat in Helmand Province in Afghanistan, according to the Department of Defense...
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SHERIFF RELEASES DESCRIPTION OF WOMAN FOUND IN JOSHUA TREE FIRE
The Sheriff’s Department is asking the public’s help in identifying a woman whose burring body was found in Joshua Tree last Wednesday...
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WITH SCHOOL STARTING IT’S 2ND WEEK, A REMINDER FROM THE SHERIFFS OFFICE
With school starting it’s second week, the sheriff’s department has some reminders about traffic safety. With some school safety tips here is Police Safety Specialist Vera Martinez...
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JOSHUA TREE NATIONAL PARK FIRE DECLARED TOTALLY CONTAINED
Joshua Tree National Park announced that firefighters had achieved full containment of the 110 acre Keys Fire, Saturday at 6:00 p.m...
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PAUL COOKS BILLS ON MISSING CHILDREN PASS SENATE
Yucca Valley’s homegrown State Assemblyman Paul Cook has been busy in Sacramento. Reporter Dan Stork says a package of Cook’s bills have passed the State Senate...
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TOWN REJECTS PETITION TO BLOCK BIG BOX STORES
An initiative to put the proposed Wal-Mart Super-Center to a public vote was rejected Thursday afternoon by Town Clerk Jamie Anderson, who said petitioners had missed a crucial deadline...
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TWENTYNINE PALMS CITY COUNCIL WILL LOOK AT MOVING CHALKFEST TO LUCKIE PARK
After being rejected by the City of 29 Palms Planning Commission, The proposed “Chalkfest” is looking to move to Luckie Park...
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A REMINDER ABOUT CAMPAIGN SIGNS
With local campaigns moving into full swing, Managing Editor Karl Gardner reviews the laws regulating campaign signage...
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J-PHIL STARTS UP AGAIN TONIGHT IN JOSHUA TREE
The Hi-Desert Cultural Center has announced the return of its Intergenerational Community Orchestra for the 2010-2011 season...
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JOSHUA TREE RECREATION TAKING A BUS TO SEE MUMMIES IN LOS ANGELES
The fascinating display “mummies of the world” is on exhibition in Los Angeles. Reporter Derwood Andrews tells us the Joshua Tree Recreation Department is organizing a bus trip...
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