YUCCA VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL BAND SWEEPS THE COMPETITION AT HIGH DESERT FIELD SHOW

The Yucca Valley High School marching band traveled to Barstow High School to participate in the 30th Annual High Desert Field Show Tournament on Saturday, October 11. The band swept their class taking sweepstakes (first place) in all categories: music, auxiliary and percussion. They also came away from the tournament

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BARSTOW RATTLED BY 4.0 EARTHQUAKE THIS MORNING

If you thought the earth was moving early this morning, you were right. A magnitude 4.0 earthquake rattled the high desert at 2:38 this morning, about 9 miles northeast of Barstow. The earthquake was shallow, at a depth of 1.3 miles. The US Geological Survey reports the quake was felt

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HIGH HONORS FOR YUCCA VALLEY MARCHING BAND AND COLORGUARD IN COMPETITION

The Yucca Valley High School Trojan marching band and Sunsations color guard took high honors during two recent competitions. On October 12, in Barstow, the Trojans dominated the 30th Annual High Desert Class marching band and color guard competitions. The marching band earned second place, while the drumline and colorguard

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IN HIGH SCHOOL FOOTABLL, A WIN FOR YUCCA VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL, A LOSS FOR TWENTYNINE PALMS HIGH SCHOOL

Yucca Valley High School football has started out at 3-0 for the first time in 13 years. The Trojans spoiled the Aztec homecoming by defeating Barstow 16-12. Barstow scored two first half touchdowns with the extra points being denied. Bradley Soares connected on field goals of 18, 27, and 33

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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. Coach Missy Franz said all girls saw playtime. The team was led by strong back row passing by seniors Rebecca DeGuzman and Cierra Jenson. Junior Koko Cabrera lead the attack with six kills, one

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AMERICAN LEGION HONORS YUCCA VALLEY HEROES

Henry and Wanda Sandoz of Yucca Valley got a standing ovation Saturday afternoon at the American Legion Department of California’s 95th annual convention in Palm Springs. The couple was acknowledged for keeping a war memorial cross in the Mojave Desert. The battle between the couple and the American Civil Liberties

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