COUNTY EXPLAINS PIONEERTOWN WATER SITUATION, SORT OF

Jeff Rigney, the director for San Bernardino County Special Districts, talked with Z107.7 about the status of water service in Pioneertown in general, and of a particular case of supposed special treatment in that area in particular. Reporter Dan Stork reports what we were told… Jeff Rigney told us that

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PIONEERTOWN WATER FRUSTRATION: A SPECIAL REPORT

Pioneertown residents are frustrated. When citizens hit dead-ends in their dealings with government, they often turn to media in frustration for help. Sometimes we can’t get straight answers when we seek confirmation, or any answers at all. Then we look for other sources, and go with what we’ve got. Reporter

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MANE STREET STAMPEDE LOOKING FOR RE-ENACTMENT PERFORMERS

The Mane Street Stampede Wild West Show needs spirited volunteer actors and actresses to perform in their comedy western, family shows Saturday afternoons in Pioneertown. Shows run from April to October. Proceeds benefit local organizations. They will professionally train you. Call Phil for more details at 760-366-3333. The next membership

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PIZZA UNDERGROUND AT PAPPY AND HARRIET’S TOMORROW

There could be a treat, or not, in store at Pappy and Harriet’s tomorrow night as the band “Pizza Underground”—fronted by former child star Macauley Culkin—takes the local stage. Managing Editor Tami Roleff says the group has not always had a great reception… Former child star Macaulay Culkin is hoping

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KIDS IN COSTUME INVITED TO FINAL SEASON MANE STREET STAMPEDE SHOW

After the Mane Street Stampede Wild West Show performs its last show of the season this Saturday, October 25, from 2:30 to 4 p.m. in Pioneertown, they are asking kids in attendance to show up in their Halloween costumes for a parade after the show to participate in showing off

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FINAL 2014 SHOW FOR GUNFIGHTERS FOR HIRE IN PIONEERTOWN SUNDAY

The Gunfighters for Hire will wrap up this season at Pioneertown this Sunday. Reporter Caitlin Logan says the western re-enactment performance will be a special one… Gunfighters for Hire will be performing their last scheduled show for the 2014 season on Sunday, October 26, at 2:30 p.m. on Mane Street

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COUNTY SUPERVISORS CONSIDER TOILETS AND TAX BREAKS TOMORROW

Toilets and tax breaks are two of the items on the agenda of the meeting of the County Board of Supervisors. Reporter Dan Stork tells who will be affected…

If you live in one of five county-administered special water districts, including ones in Landers or Pioneertown, and you’ve been hankering

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THE STATUS OF THE PIONEERTOWN WATER PROJECT

High levels of fluoride, arsenic, and uranium in the wells in Pioneertown mean the residents can’t drink the water and have to have it hauled in. And the lack of drinkable water has also led to a building moratorium in the Pioneertown area. The County’s Special Water District has developed

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TWENTYNINE PALMS RESIDENTS ARRESTED FOR CHILD CRUELTY

A Twentynine Palms mother and her roommate were arrested Saturday morning for investigation of child cruelty. According to a Sheriff’s report, the woman, identified as Jennifer Landers, 28, brought her 2-year-old son to her parents’ home in Pioneertown Saturday morning. The boy’s grandparent noticed that the toddler had large bruises

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BROKEN POWER LINE CAUSES POWER OUTAGE ON THE MESA

A power line on the mesa broke yesterday evening, causing a power outage for eight to 10 hours from Yucca Valley to Pioneertown. According to County Fire Captain Trent Blanchard, the line broke on Alta Avenue, north of Aberdeen Drive, about 5:30 p.m. About five or six small fires were

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VINTAGE FILM FESTIVAL CLOSES WITH “JEPOARDY” SATURDAY

This coming Saturday will be the final showing for this year’s Vintage Film Festival in Landers. Reporter Cara Conway invites you out to see “Jeopardy”…. John Sturges’ 1953 suspense film “Jeopardy” will be the closing feature for the Saturday night at the movies Vintage Film Festival on August 23 at

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HISTORICAL SOCIETY TO SHOW MOVIE UNDER THE STARS SATURDAY

A Classic 50’s Comedy, shot mostly here in our Morongo Basin, will be shown this Saturday Night in Landers. Assignment Reporter Cara Conway invites you to see…… Stanley Kramer’s 1963 comedy film, “It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World” will be playing Saturday, July 26, at the Morongo Basin Historical

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Z107.7 RADIO CELEBRATES 25 YEARS—AND YOU’RE INVITED

On July 15, 2014, KCDZ-FM radio, or Z107.7 FM, will celebrate an amazing 25 years of uninterrupted service. Since seven seconds after 1:07 p.m. July 15, 1989, Z107.7 has been continuously operating and has been an intrinsic part of the incredible changes, challenges, and progress in our beautiful, remarkable, and

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RETIRED TEACHERS MEET JUNE 13

This month’s California Retired Teachers’ Association meeting will be a pot luck held Friday, June 13, at 11:00 a.m., at Desert Willow Ranch in Pioneertown. Members will enjoy Western-themed entertainment and are invited to wear their boots and cowboy hats. There will be no fee, but please call Sherry Craft

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WE COULD GET A METEOR SHOWER IN OUR DESERT TONGHT

One of the best meteor showers of 2014 may potentially be on tap for this weekend. The Camelopardalids will appear to originate near the constellation Camelopardalis, about 10 degrees from the North Star. Managing editor Tami Roleff will be out with her camera, taking photos, and tells you where you

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EVENING AT THE RUIN RAISES $3500 FOR REACH OUT MORONGO BASIN

More than 90 people attended Reach Out Morongo Basin’s fund-raising dinner and auction, “An Evening at the Ruin” in Pioneertown Saturday evening. More than $3500 was raised to support Reach Out’s programs for the Morongo Basin’s seniors and disabled residents.

PIONEERTOWN RESIDENTS HEAR COUNTY WATER PLAN

Pioneertown area homeowners met with the County to talk about solutions for their unpotable water supply. Reporter Mike Lipsitz was there and files this report…

At last night’s meeting of the Pioneertown Property Owners Association, residents heard from project engineer Jim Oravetz from County Special Districts Water. He offered the

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REACH OUT INVITES SUPPORTERS TO AN EVENING AT THE RUIN

Reach-Out Morongo Basin has scheduled a very unique experience to help with their valuable Neighbors Helping Neighbors program. Managing Editor Tami Roleff tells you how to attend, “An Evening at the Ruin”…

A dinner fundraiser to benefit Reach Out Morongo Basin, “An Evening at The Ruin,” will be held Saturday

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MAN EJECTED IN ROLL-OVER CRASH IN PIONEERTOWN THURSDAY NIGHT

Yucca Valley fire fighters said just after 9 p.m. Thursday night, a car missed a curve in the 5100 block of Pioneertown Road and drove off into the desert, rolling over several times. The driver was ejected during the roll-over. He was taken to Desert Hospital in Palm Springs with

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MARINE K-9s JOIN “WOOF WALK” BENEFIT FOR HUMANE SOCIETY

The Marine K-9 Corps has been added to Saturday’s (April 12) Woof Walk at Pappy and Harriet’s, and will show off their skills. The Woof Walk is from 10 to 2 with a dog walk, blessing of the animals, auction, food, music, pet demonstrations, and vendor booths. Trophies will be

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