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Listen To Your News Wednesday, November 7, 2012 News Archive
     

LOCAL, COUNTY, AND STATE ELECTION RESULTS
We have preliminary election results...
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AN INTERVIEW WITH NEWLY ELECTED CONGRESSMAN PAUL COOK
California Assemblyman, former Yucca Valley mayor and Yucca Valley resident, and retired Marine Paul Cook is the projected winner for the newly formed 8th Congressional District, representing San Bernardino, Inyo, and Mono Counties in Washington D.C. Z107.7's managing editor Tami Roleff spoke with Cook by phone this morning about winning the election, and files this report…
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MISSING MOJAVE CROSS FOUND, NEW CROSS GOES UP SUNDAY
More than two years after it vanished from its rocky perch in the Mojave Desert, a controversial cross reappeared Monday, wrapped up and zip-tied to a fence post along a highway in San Mateo County...
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YUCCA VALLEY TOWN COUNCIL MEETS, ACCEPTS $300,000 BEQUEST FOR ANIMAL SHELTER
The Yucca valley Town Council met in regular session last night. The council heard good financial news about support for their new Town-County Animal shelter facility. Managing editor Tami Roleff joins us again. She was there and files this report…
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VETERANS TRIBUTE PLANNED FOR SUNDAY IN YUCCA VALLEY
The annual Morongo Basin tribute to veterans alternates between Yucca Valley and Twentynine Palms each year...
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SCHOOL BOARD GETS GOOD NEWS ABOUT JOSHUA TREE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL FUNDING
At the Morongo Unified School District meeting last night the board discussed the agreement between school staff and the district. But as Reporter Kristy Lockhart explains the board was excited to get the news that the State has finally come through with some money owed to the district...
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COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE BOARD MEETS TOMORROW
In Joshua Tree, the Copper Mountain College Board of Trustees meets in regular session at 3 o'clock tomorrow in the Bell Center's Community Room...
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TWENTYNINE PALMS PLANNING COMMISSION HEARS LAW ENCOURAGING HOME-BASED FOOD BUSINESSES
The dominant topic at the Twentynine Palms Planning Commission meeting last night was a new state law that promotes home-based food businesses. Reporter Dan Stork gives us some food for thought…
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HI-DESERT, JOSHUA BASIN WATER AGENCIES MEET TONIGHT
The High Desert Water District holds its regularly scheduled meeting tonight...
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A TRIBUTE TO THE WOMEN OF THE WILD WEST AT HI-DESERT NATURE MUSEUM TOMORROW
The Hi-Desert Nature Museum kicks off its Winter Lecture Series with a fun-filled tribute to the women of the Wild West. Reporter Kristy Lockhart has more…
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TWENTYNINE PALMS HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL BEATS ANAHEIM IN CIF PLAYOFF ACTION
The Twentynine Palms High School Ladycats Volleyball team beat Anaheim in 3 sets to win their first round of CIF...
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