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Listen To Your News Wednesday, October 20, 2010 News Archive
     

CONTINUING STORMS BRING POWER OUTAGES, LIGHTNING, FLOODING
Continuing winter storms have brought sporadic power outages, lightning strikes causing small fires and some flooding to area roads over the past day and a half...
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YUCCA VALLEY WOMAN ARRESTED, DRUNK, WITH 12 YEAR OLD DRIVING
A Yucca Valley woman, who had her 12-year-old son driving her car, wound up in jail after the boy crashed the car...
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ARRESTED FOR ENDANGERING CHILDREN WHILE ON DRUGS
Three people were arrested for child endangerment after they were found to be under the influence of drugs...
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YUCCA VALLEY APPROVES DEVELOPER FOR LOW COST HOUSING
The Town of Yucca Valley gave the nod to a low-income housing developer last night. Reporter Tami Roleff, at the marathon Redevelopment Agency meeting last night, has details...
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3RD BATTALION, 7TH MARINES RETURNING TO TWENTYNINE PALMS BASE
Marines and sailors from 3rd Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment who deployed from the Combat Center for a nearly 7-month deployment in support of Operation Enduring Freedom are scheduled to return in several waves today through Sunday...
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BASE FAMILY READINESS OFFICERS MAKE HOMECOMING EASIER
As our Marines and Sailors return, a special unit aboard the base makes that homecoming special. ROP broadcast student, and the daughter of a deployed marine, Megan Clark, gets ready for her dad’s return...
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LIFESTREAM BLOOD DRIVE IN YUCCA VALLEY TOMORROW
LifeStream will conduct a community blood and marrow drive at the Yucca Valley Town Center Mall, tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m...
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STANDING ROOM ONLY AS SCHOOL BOARD RECOGNIZES 18 STUDENTS
It was standing room only at last night’s meeting of the Morongo Unified School Board. Reporter Dan Stork tells us why, and what business was conducted…
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MORE TORTOISES THAN EXPECTED FOUND ON NEARBY SOLAR SITE
The number of desert tortoises living in the path of the nation's first large-scale solar energy project on nearby public land is proving to be more than expected...
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HI-DESERT AND JOSHUA BASIN WATER BOARD MEET
Both the Hi-Desert and Joshua Basin Water Boards will meet in regular session this evening. Managing Editor Karl Gardner checks the agendas...
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OPEN STUDIO ART TOURS BEGIN THIS WEEKEND
Open studio Art tours are set for Twentynine Palms, Wonder Valley and Joshua Tree, October 23 and 24, and Joshua Tree, Landers, Yucca Valley, Pioneertown, and Morongo Valley October 30 and 31...
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FREE SEMINAR ON STROKES TOMORROW EVENING AT HDMC
The Hi-Desert Medical Center will hold a free seminar on strokes tomorrow evening. Reporter Mike Lipsitz says call today to sign up for Stroke: a Brain Attack...
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DEMOCRATIC CLUB MEETS SUNDAY
The newly chartered Morongo Basin Democratic Club marks induction of its 100th new member at historic Broadview, the former home of The Desert Trail founders Bill & Prudie Underhill...
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LANDERS ELEMENTARY FAMILY FALL DANCE FRIDAY EVENING
Landers elementary school will hold their Family Fall Festival dance 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Friday...
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