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Friday, September 20, 2013

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STEAM TRAIN ATTRACTION PLANNED FOR EAST OF TWENTYNINE PALMS
The Cadiz Company, located near Amboy, east of Twentynine Palms, announced it has entered into an agreement with the Arizona & California Railroad Company to develop steam train excursions through the Mojave Desert between Cadiz and Parker, Arizona...
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AN EMOTIONAL MEETING WITH THE COUNTY ON DEVELOPMENT IN JOSHUA TREE
Emotions ran high last night in Joshua Tree when well over a hundred turned out to discuss the future of development in the village with leadership from the County Land Use Services Department. Assignment reporter Mike Lipsitz was there…
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LANDERS ASSOCIATION BURGLARIZED…AGAIN
For the fourth time in about five years, the Landers Association Thrift Store was burglarized...
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YUCCA VALLEY POLICE FOCUSING ON SPEEDING
This week the Town of Yucca Valley police will focus their traffic enforcement efforts on speeders and other vehicle code violations on Hanford Avenue between Yucca Trail and Highway 62...
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3.9 EARTHQUAKE NEAR BORREGO SPRINGS LAST NIGHT
A 3.9-magnitude earthquake hit near Borrego Springs last night, according to U.S. Geological Survey reports...
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DESERT RUN OCTOBER 4-6 TO BENEFIT SHERIFF'S SEARCH AND RESCUE
Search and Rescue volunteers give a great boost to the County Sheriff's Department, but it's costly. You can help defray costs, while having a weekend of off-road fun in the desert. Dan Stork says mark your calendar for the Desert Run…
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WE CLARIFY MORONGO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT STUDENT TO TEACHER RATIOS
Z107-7 news would like to clarify a story we ran Wednesday after the Morongo Unified School Board meeting Tuesday night...
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MAJOR HIGHWAY WORK STARTS MONDAY EAST OF TWENTYNINE PALMS
CalTrans will start a $6 million project Monday to rehabilitate Highway 62 east of Twentynine Palms...
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THE SHOW GOES ON WITH "SPAMALOT" AT THEATRE 29
The phrase "Break a leg" is supposed to be good luck for actors; they're not supposed to take it literally. Charles Harvey, starring as King Arthur in Theatre 29's production of "Monty Python's Spamalot," took the good-luck phrase a little too far when he fell during the first act of the performance August 30, and injured his tendon connecting his knee cap to his leg. But with a couple of cast changes, the show did go on. Managing Editor Tami Roleff this is your last weekend to enjoy the show…
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A BUSY JOSHUA TREE VFW
The Joshua Tree Veterans of Foreign Wars Post will be serving up a fish and shrimp dinner...
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ALL-CHURCHES PICNIC IN TWENTYNINE PALMS TOMORROW
A picnic to help build the foundation of unity in the community is set for September 21 at Luckie Park in Twentynine Palms...
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FOOD FOR LIFE SERVES FREE MEAL IN TWENTYNINE PALMS TOMORROW
Food for Life serves meals to those in need in Twentynine Palms every Saturday from 3 to 5 p.m...
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COUNTY SPECIAL DISTRICTS WATER BILLS ADD INSULT TO INJURY
For the 1,500 customers of County Special Districts in Landers and another 750 in Morongo Valley who depend on the county for water, their current water bills add insult to injury. Assignment reporter Mike Lipsitz explains…
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CAR WASH TOMORROW TO BENEFIT ONAGA ELEMNTARY FFA
The FFA (Family, Faculty Association) at Onaga Elementary School. is holding a Principal's Car Wash from 9 to 12 p.m. tomorrow...
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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: SCORES AND SCHEDULES
The Twentynine Palms High School Ladycats Volleyball team bested the Banning Broncos in three sets yesterday...
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