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Listen To Your News Wednesday, December 19, 2012 News Archive
     

WE LOOK AT THE SAFETY OF OUR SCHOOLS
A local elementary student got more than he bargained for after threatening to bring a gun to school during an argument with another student. Just days after the Connecticut school shooting where 20 students were killed. Yucca Valley Elementary school officials say they took the matter very seriously...
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FAMILY OF CRASH VICTIM LOOKING FOR HELP
The family of a Yucca Valley man who was severely injured in a car accident last week is asking for donations...
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THREE TWENTYNINE PALMS MEN ARRESTED
Three Twentynine Palms men are behind bars, accused of selling marijuana...
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TWENTYNINE PALMS WATER DISTRICT TO REVIEW OPTIONS AND DISCUSS KEEPING FIRE DEPARTMENT
We'll see whether the Twentynine Palms water district directors are ready to drop the other shoe, and set another direction for local fire services tonight. Dan Stork previews the water and fire department agendas…
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HI-DESERT WATER DISTRICT MEETS TONIGHT, TOWN WATER PRE-PURCHASE ON AGENDA
The Hi-Desert Water District Board of Directors holds its regularly scheduled meeting tonight...
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YUCCA VALLEY TOWNCOUNCIL DISCUSSES HOW TO SPEND BEQUEST FOR ANIMAL COMFORT
At its November 6 meeting, the Town of Yucca Valley received a bequest from the estate of Cyla Wells for almost $303,000, with the stipulation that the money be spent for the comfort and benefit of animals at the Town's animal shelter. At last night's meeting, the Town Council determined how that money would be spent. Managing editor Tami Roleff has the details…
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JOHN MCMAHON APPOINTED COUNTY SHERIFF
In county news today, the Board of Supervisors unanimously appointed Assistant Sheriff John McMahon to fill the unexpired term of retiring Sheriff Rod Hoops...
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STATE WATCHDOG TO OVERSEE COUNTY ELECTION RULES
San Bernardino became the first county in California to contract with the state Fair Political Practices to enforce the county's new campaign finance ordinance...
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SUPERVISOR RAMOS NAMES THREE STAFFERS
Third District Supervisor James Ramos announced Deputy Chief of Staff Chris Carrillo, Legislative Analyst Tony Mejia, and Communications Director Molly Wiltshire are the latest members to join the Ramos staff...
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MORONGO VALLEY COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT BOARD LOOKS AT FIRE DEPARTMENT REORGANIZATION
The Morongo Valley Community Services District Board meets in regular session. Reorganization for the fire department and a line of credit are on the agenda. Reporter Mike Lipsitz takes a closer look…
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HOMESTEAD VALLEY COMMUNITY COUNCIL CHRISTMAS TOY PARTY SATURDAY
The Homestead Valley Community Council will hold its annual Christmas Party Toy Drive Saturday, December 22...
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REACH OUT GETS DONATION FROM AMERICAN LEGION
The Jack V. Rice American Legion Post 671 of Twentynine Palms recently presented a check for $1,000 to Reach-Out Morongo Basin...
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DÉJÀ VU ALL OVER AGAIN FOR TWENTYNINE PALMS PLANNING COMMISSION
It was déjà vu all over again for the Twentynine Palms Planning Commission, as it argued about changes to a site plan it had already approved almost two years ago. Dan Stork condenses the blow-by-blow…
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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS SCHEDULES
Coming up in high school sports tomorrow...
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