THREE MULTI-VEHICLE CRASHES WITH FATALITIES AND SERIOUS INJURIES

One person was killed, and at least a dozen people were injured in three separate crashes over the weekend. Sheriff officials say that about 3 a.m. Saturday morning, a Honda Fit driven by LaVerne Romero of Cathedral City was driving westbound on Two Mile Road when she ran the stop

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LORI HERBEL CLOSES CATHEDRAL CITY FARMER’S MARKET

The Cathedral City Certified Farmers’ Market, run by Lori Herbel of the Joshua Tree Farmer’s Market, closed shop after the city made it relocate on March 9. The farmers’ market opened Nov. 3 and operated Sundays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The market’s special use permit required management to

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FREE HEART-TO-HEART LUNCHEON FOR MILITARY WOMEN

Area military women are being invited to a special luncheon event in Palms Springs next month. Managing Editor Tami Roleff has the invitation…

Active duty military women and the wives of active duty military from Twentynine Palms will be honored at a luncheon in Cathedral City in March. Heart to

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DESERT PRESBYTERIAN PLANS HOLIDAY LIGHT FIELD TRIP

Desert Hills Presbyterian Church’s children’s choir will present a special Christmas song during the December 15 service. Later in the day, a group plans to visit the Christmas lights display on Candy Cane Lane in Cathedral City. Meet at Desert Hills Presbyterian Church, 56750 Mountain View Trail in Yucca Valley

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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: SCORES AND SCHEDULES

The Lady Trojans from Yucca Valley High School travelled to Indio High School to take on the Lady Rajahs volleyball teams yesterday. They defeated the Lady Rajahs 3-0. Coach Matt Jennings said the team served the ball well with a 93 percent serving percentage. From the service line Chelsea Mondary

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