JOSHUA TREE MAN WITH KNIVES ESCORTED OFF COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE CAMPUS

A Joshua Tree man was escorted off the Copper Mountain College campus by Sheriff deputies after they discovered knives in his possession. Sheriff’s Sergeant Rick Millard said Danny Richards, 55, was in a classroom with other students about 9:30 a.m. Wednesday when he told his classmates he was “Guardian of

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MEMORIAL FOR THE LATE ELSIE GRACE AT COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE FRIDAY

Copper Mountain College will host a memorial to the late artist Elsie Grace. Reporter Mike Lipsitz says a special scholarship program is being set up…

Celebrate the life of artist and teacher Elsie Grace at “Reflections of Grace,” a memorial to the woman who spent 33 years educating students in

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BINGO FOR COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE FOUNDATION

A special bingo session is being planned for this Sunday to benefit the Copper Mountain College Foundation. Managing Editor Tami Roleff invites you to Sportsman’s Club Bingo…

It’s a bingo benefit. The Joshua Tree Sportsman’s Club will host a bingo night Sunday, August 18, with proceeds going to the Copper

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COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE BUILDING TO BE NAMED AFTER LONG-TIME SUPPORTER

A long-time supporter of Copper Mountain College will be honored with a building named after her. At yesterday’s meeting of the college’s board of trustees, the board accepted a $100,000 donation from retired Marine Colonel R.M. Proudfoot of Twentynine Palms, in honor of his wife, Christine, to be applied toward

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COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE BOARD MEETS IN OPEN AND CLOSED SESSIONS TOMORROW

The Copper Mountain College Board will meet in both regular and closed sessions tomorrow. Reporter Mike Lipsitz checks the College Board’s agenda… The Copper Mountain College Board of Trustees convenes in open session tomorrow at 3 p.m. On the action agenda, trustees will consider and likely approve the naming of

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FOOD DISTRIBUTION MONDAY

The Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino will distribute surplus food to low-income residents of the Morongo Basin Monday, July 15th. The locations and times are:

The Church of the Lighted Cross, at 11518 Elbow Lane in Morongo Valley, from 8 to 10; Belfield Hall, on Reche Road in Landers,

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SURPLUS FOOD DISTRIBUTION HAPPENS HERE THIS MONDAY

The third Monday of the month is the day for most of the monthly distributions of surplus Federal food in the Morongo Basin. Reporter Dan Stork has the times and places…

The Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino will distribute surplus food to low-income residents of the Morongo Basin Monday,

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COLLEGE BASE PROGRAMS CLOSED JULY 1-3

Copper Mountain College’s Base Programs office will be closed from July 1 through July 3 to move its office into a new facility. If you have any questions during the closure, call the Marine Base at 760-830-6133 or the Main Campus at 760-366-3791.

COLLEGE BASE PROGRAMS CLOSED JULY 1-3

Copper Mountain College’s Marine Base Programs office will be closed from July 1 through July 3 to move its office into a new facility. If you have any questions during the closure, call the Marine Base at 760-830-6133 or the Main Campus at 760-366-3791.

COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE BOARD MEET WITH THREE PUBLIC HEARINGS TOMORROW

The Copper Mountain College Board meets tomorrow. Reporter Mike Lipsitz explains the three public hearings on the agenda… The Copper Mountain College Board of Trustees will open tomorrow’s 3 p.m. meeting with three public hearings. First topic will be the proposed tentative 2013-2014 Budget, followed by re-openers of contract negotiations

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HI-DESERT MEDICAL CENTER ACCEPTING NURSING SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS

Local students have an opportunity to receive a scholarship for two years of nursing training. Reporter Mike Lipsitz tells you how to apply…… The Hi-Desert Memorial Health Care District Foundation is accepting applications for the Martie Avels Nursing Scholarship which provides for courses and books for up to two years.

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SERVICES FRIDAY EVENING FOR CHRISTINE PROUDFOOT

Christine Proudfoot passed away on Monday. Christine first came to Twentynine Palms in 1961. She was married to Max, a retired Marine, for 60 years, has six sons and six grandchildren. A musician and teacher for most of her life, Christine Proudfoot was a very active member of the Friends

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APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED FOR NURSING SCHOLARSHIPS

Copper Mountain College partners with the Hi-Desert Medical Center in training students to become nurses. After graduation, many of the new grads go to work at the hospital in Joshua Tree. Reporter Mike Lipsitz says the hospital’s foundation has a scholarship for a student who agrees to work at the

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COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE GOES TO SUMMER HOURS

Copper Mountain College announces its summer hours. Reporter Mike Lipsitz gives us the details… Summer hours go into effect at Copper Mountain College this week. The college will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Thursday and will be closed on Fridays. Regularly scheduled hours resume on

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NEW SUMMER HOURS AT COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE START MONDAY

Copper Mountain College will have new summer hours. As of Monday, the college will be open Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and will be closed on Fridays. CMC will resume its regularly scheduled hours on Monday August 5, 2013. In an effort to conserve energy as

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COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE STUDENTS PARTICIPATE IN NATIONAL DEBATE TOURNAMENTS

For the first time ever, two Copper Mountain College Speech and Debate team members qualified for two prestigious national tournaments. Matt Evans and Anthony Matthews traveled to Hutchinson, Kansas for the American Forensics Association – National Tournament of Excellence, and to the National Forensics Tournament in Huntington, West Virginia. To

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COPPER MOUNTAIN MESA BREAKFAST TOMORROW

The Copper Mountain Mesa Community Association will host their first Saturday breakfast tomorrow morning from 8 to 11 at the Center located at 65336 Winters Road in North Joshua Tree. All of your breakfast favorites will be served up with a healthy portion of good old fashioned neighborliness for $5

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COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT ARRESTED FOR TWENTYNINE PALMS HIGH SCHOOL ASSAULT

A Twentynine Palms High School senior, chosen just two weeks ago for the prestigious Copper Mountain College Foundation Greenleaf Scholarship, was arrested Thursday afternoon after school officials say he assaulted a younger student. According to a Sheriff’s press release, Aiden Blake Smith, 19, a resident of Twentynine Palms, punched a

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FOOD BANK MONDAY

The third Monday of the month is the day for most of the monthly distributions of surplus Federal food in the Morongo Basin. Managing editor Tami Roleff has the times and places…

The Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino will distribute surplus food to low-income residents of the Morongo Basin

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FREE FEDERAL FOOD TO BE DISTRIBUTED MONDAY

Free federal surplus food will be given out this Monday, some of the locations have been changed. Reporter Dan Stork has the when and where…

The Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino will distribute surplus food to low-income residents of the Morongo Basin Monday, May 20. The locations and times

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