Your Community Radio Station Since 1989
Hear Local News 7 times a day, 7 days a week, at 7, 8, 9, noon, 4, 5, and 6.
Read Local News here every weekday.

   
Listen To Your News Thursday, September 30, 2010 News Archive
     

MISSING HIKER IN JOSHUA TREE NATIONAL PARK FOUND ALIVE
He is being called a very, very lucky man. Joshua Tree National Park Spokesman Dan Messaros said Edward Rosenthal 64, of Culver City, was found this morning around 10:30...
...Read Full Story...

THUNDER, LIGHTNING, AND RAIN SURPRISE WEST END RESIDENTS
A couple of lighting caused spot fires this morning. County fire dispatchers said just after 5, a call came in of a lighting strike in the Pipes Canyon area just off State Route 247 that reduced a single Joshua Tree to a cinder...
...Read Full Story...

STATE BUDGET INACTION THREATENS COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE’S RESERVES
The inability of the state to pass a budget is starting to cause some serious problems for our own Copper Mountain College. In this special feature story, reporter Tami Roleff says the college is close to tapping out their reserves...
...Read Full Story...

COLLEGE BOARD MEETS THIS AFTERNOON
With the severe financial problems caused by the state’s inaction looming, the Copper Mountain College Board will meet this afternoon. Reporter Mike Lipsitz checks the agenda...
...Read Full Story...

CONGRESS CONDEMNS MOJAVE CROSS THIEVES
The U.S. House of Representatives has condemned the unknown thieves who stole a memorial cross from a remote spot in San Bernardino County last spring...
...Read Full Story...

MOST LOCAL SCHOOLS EXCEED STATE API SCORE TARGETS
The state has released their scores for the State Academic Performance Index testing. Reporter Dan Stork says while our local schools faired generally well, some schools are still being watched closely...
...Read Full Story...

REACH OUT MORONGO BASIN COMPUTER TRAINING
Beginning October 4, Reach Out Morongo Basin volunteers will provide computer tutoring on Mondays from 1-3 p.m. at the 29 Palms Senior Center at 6539 Adobe Rd...
...Read Full Story...

A RARE OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN NATIVE AMERICAN POT MAKING
A rare opportunity to get first hand instruction in the making of Native American pots from one the world’s top craftsman in the art. Reporter Derwood Andrews has more...
...Read Full Story...

JOSHUA TREE LIBRARY FALL BOOK SALE STARTS TOMORROW
The big fall book sale starts tomorrow at the Joshua Tree Library. Reporter Dan Stork tells of some of the bargains to be found...
...Read Full Story...

A BIG WIN FOR YUCCA VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS VOLLEYBALL
The Yucca Valley High School Lady Trojan Volleyball team opened DeAnza league play on Wednesday at Big Bear and defeated the Bears in an exciting 5 game match...
...Read Full Story...

START TRAINING FOR TWENTYNINE PALMS INTERACT TRIATHLON
Students at Twentynine Palms High School are being urged to get training for the interact triathlon. ROP broadcast student Shuba Arehalli gets out the training shoes...
Are you a runner? A swimmer? A cyclist? All three? If the answer is yes, then you’d best start training for the Twentynine Palms High School Interact Club’s first ever Triathlon, this spring. Participants can enter individually or in teams of three. If you’re not so confident on one of the events, that’s not a problem. For a small fee, you can get a Twentynine Palms High School Interacter to do the event for you. All the proceeds from the event go to sponsoring the construction of the Miracle League Field in Yucca Valley, a great cause that improves the lives of children with special needs.
...Read Full Story...