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Listen To Your News Friday, August 30, 2013 News Archive
     

INTENSE RAINS BRING FLASH FLOODING AND ROAD CLOSURES
Parts of the Morongo Basin experienced intense rain storms and severe flash flooding yesterday afternoon, while other parts remained dry without a drop of rain...
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MORONGO UNIFIED SCHOOL API SCORES EXCEED STATE AVERAGES
Statewide, the Academic Performance Index (API) of public schools declined from 2012 to 2013, following an increase in the previous school years' comparisons. Dan Stork says that the Morongo Unified School District did much better…
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ARRESTED IN LANDERS AFTER A STRUGGLE WITH A SHERIFF'S DEPUTY
While following leads for a burglary case, Sheriff deputies arrested two other men on unrelated charges...
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BURGLAR SUSPECT ARRESTED WITH OVER $12K IN STOLEN SOLAR PANELS
A Landers man was arrested early Wednesday morning after he was found with methamphetamine and stolen property...
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YUCCA VALLEY PLANNING COMMISSION, PART 3 OF 3, UNDERGROUNDING UTILITIES
The Yucca Valley Planning Commission discussed regulations for home-based businesses, wind energy, and undergrounding utilities at its meeting Tuesday night. In Part 1 of a 3-part report, Commissioners discussed whether it should allow residents to establish a home-based business to sell firearms. Yesterday in Part 2, the Commission discussed wind energy. Today, in Part 3, undergrounding utilities…
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FINAL ELECTION RESULTS AT 1 P.M. FRIDAY
The San Bernardino County Registrar of Voters has posted final results for this week's mail-in election...
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STRONG REACTION TO STORY ABOUT EUTHANIZING DESERT TORTOISES
News that hundreds of threatened desert tortoises face euthanasia with the pending closure of a refuge near Las Vegas has generated a storm of reaction that has government officials scrambling to find alternatives and fielding offers from people wishing to adopt the reptiles or make donations...
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SPAMALOT THIS WEEKEND AT THEATRE 29, MATINEE SUNDAY
Three performances of the hilarious "Spamalot" this weekend at the nicely air-conditioned Theatre 29. Reporter Mike Lipsitz tells you how to get tickets for the Friday and Saturday night and Sunday Matinee shows…
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MORONGO BASIN TRANSIT BUSES NOT RUNNING MONDAY
The Morongo Basin Transit Authority will NOT operate service on Monday...
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NO TRASH PICKUP MONDAY
Burrtec Waste and Recylcing Services will be closed on Labor Day...
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A BUSY JOSHUA TREE VFW KITHCEN
The Joshua Tree Veterans of Foreign Wars Post will offer an all-you-can-eat spaghetti dinner tonight...
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BHAKTI FEST RETURNING TO JOSHUA TREE FOR 5TH YEAR
Bhakti Fest, the originator of yoga and kirtan festivals, is celebrating its fifth anniversary season September 5-8 at the Joshua Tree Retreat Center in Joshua Tree. In addition to hosting world-renowned kirtan and yoga leaders, Bhakti Fest will hold over 25 workshops. Managing editor Tami Roleff touches on the highlights of Bhakti Fest…
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FREE BREAKFAST IN JOSHUA TREE TOMORROW
Joshua Tree Community United Methodist Church will provide a free community breakfast buffet Saturday morning from 9 to 10 a.m...
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FREE MEAL IN TWENTYNINE PALMS SATURDAY
Breaking Bread Ministry will serve up free food and fellowship from 3 to 5 p.m. tomorrow...
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OPENING GAMES FOR BOTH YUCCA VALLEY AND TWENTYNINE PALMS HIGH SCHOOLS
The Yucca Valley and Twentynine Palms High School football season opens tonight with games at home...
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