A MARATHON AT SKY’S THE LIMIT TOMORROW NIGHT

The truly dedicated stargazer will enjoy a marathon event tomorrow night at Sky’s the Limit. Reporter Cassie Zimarik gets out her telescope and a jacket… Hardy stargazers are invited to a Messier Marathon on Wednesday, September 24 at Sky’s The Limit Observatory and Nature Center, located just outside the entrance

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REMAINS OF MISSING JOSHUA TREE WOMAN FOUND

The remains of a missing Joshua Tree woman were found Sunday. The County Coroner’s office said Nola Taylor, 84, was reported missing Thursday, September 11. Her vehicle was subsequently found along a dirt road in Twentynine Palms, about 1.3 miles east of the Indian Cove Ranger Station. The car appeared

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BLOOD DRIVE TOMORROW IN TWENTYNINE PALMS

Desert Blood Services will conduct a community blood drive tomorrow, Tuesday, September 23, at the Little Church of the Desert in Twentynine Palms from 2 to 6:30 p.m. In addition, Desert Blood Services now offers donors free cholesterol screening with every blood donation. Those aged 18 to 44 years may

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“SHATTERED CEILINGS” HONORS WOMEN AT THEATRE 29 THIS WEEKEND

A special theatrical presentation at Theatre 29 this weekend recognizes the remarkable achievements of American women. Reporter Taylor Thacker says the show will only play this Friday and Saturday… Theatre 29 celebrates American women with a touring play called “Shattered Ceilings” that they will host on September 26 and 27

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ACTING CLASSES OFFERRED AT THEATRE 29

Theatre 29 will offer on-going weekly acting classes for those who want to study and learn more about acting. The classes will be led by Abe Daniels, who has 30 years of acting experience and has received several awards from the Desert Theatre League. Students will explore acting techniques using

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MILITARY VETERANS URGED TO APPLY FOR NEW HOUSE

A special opportunity for military families! Applicants are being sought for a brand new home to be built in two days in Twentynine Palms. Managing Editor Tami Roleff urges local military families to sign up for this outstanding opportunity…

Military veterans, especially disabled vets, are encouraged to apply for a

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TWENTYNINE PALMS SUCCESOR AGENCY MEETS MONDAY

The Oversight Board to the Successor Agency of the Twentynine Palms Redevelopment Agency will meet at 4 p.m. Monday, September 22. The routine agenda includes discussion of legislative updates that affect the board and agency, and approval of the recognized obligation payment schedule. The meeting will be held in City

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INFORMATION CORRECTED ON MISSING ELDERLY JOSHUA TREE WOMAN

The Sheriff’s Department has corrected information about a missing woman who walked away from her car in Twentynine Palms last week. Monday, September 8, Nola Taylor, 85, was driven to her home in Joshua Tree from Desert Hospital in Palm Springs by her son; she did not drive herself home

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CAST NAMED FOR “YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN” AT THEATRE 29

“It’s Alive!” The hard working volunteers at Theatre 29 are currently in rehearsal for ready for their next show, the hilarious Broadway hit, “Mel Brooks’ Young Frankenstein.” Reporter Cassie Zimarik has the cast list… The cast of Theatre 29’s next production “Mel Brooks’ Young Frankenstein” has been announced! The show’s

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MIXER TONIGHT KICKS OFF TWENTYNINE PALMS PIONEER DAYS

Twentynine Palms Pioneer Days is right around the corner and all the excitement kicks off tonight. The Historic Plaza will host the Pioneer Days mixer from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. this evening at the corner of Adobe Road and Two Mile Road in Twentynine Palms. Rally ’round this year’s

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THE CALL IS OUT FOR THIS YEARS 29 PALMS WEED SHOW SUBMISSIONS

The annual Weed Show is a uniquely Twentynine Palms institution. Dan Stork says the call is out for submissions for this year’s event…

This year’s Twentynine Palms Weed Show will be on the weekend of November 8 and 9, at the Old Schoolhouse Museum on National Park Drive. This annual

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TWENTYNINE PALMS PLANNING COMMISSION DENIES 200-UNIT APARTMENT COMPLEX

The Twentynine Palms Planning Commission met last night in closed session and then in regular session where they held a public hearing regarding an appeal of the Community Development Director’s determination regarding an Environmental Impact Report on a proposed 200-unit multi-family apartment complex to be built near the MCAGCC Condor

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ACCUSED MURDERER CHRISTOPHER LEE IN COURT TODAY

Christopher Lee made his second appearance in court today on charges that he murdered his next door neighbor and alleged lover, Erin Corwin of Twentynine Palms, in June. His lawyer asked the court for a continuance of the case, since he had just that morning received a partial delivery of

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SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT LOOKING FOR MISSING WOMAN

The Sheriff’s Department is looking for a woman who walked away from her car in the desert last week. On Monday, September 8, Nola Taylor, 84, left the Hi-Desert Medical Center in her 1989 Lincoln Continental to go to her quilting class in Yucca Valley. She never arrived. According to

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THEATRE 29 OFFERING ACTING CLASSES

Theatre 29 will offer on-going weekly acting classes for those who want to study and learn more about acting. The classes will be led by Abe Daniels, who has 30 years of acting experience and has received several awards from the Desert Theatre League. Students will explore acting techniques using

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SIDEWALK ASTRONOMY AT SKY’S THE LIMIT SATURDAY

Sky’s the Limit is offering Sidewalk Astronomy this Saturday. Reporter Caitlin Logan gets out her telescope……

Sky’s The Limit Observatory and Nature Center offers a Sidewalk Astronomy session on Saturday, September 20th, between 7:25 pm and 2 am. This free event takes place at 9697 Utah Trail in Twentynine Palms.

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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS

In high school sports, the Yucca Valley High School girls’ varsity tennis team beat Twentynine Palms yesterday, 10-8. Girls’ varsity tennis Coach Cindy Miller said outstanding players in doubles were Aimee Frank and Cionne Lonergan; Dawn Rich and Moriah Goddard; and Christa Jenkins and Aislinn Gueltzow. In singles, Carrie Scofield

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SPECIAL RUN PLAY AT THEATRE 29 HIGHLIGHTS CONTRIBUTIONS OF WOMEN

Only two percent of persons named in our high school history books are women, and very little of our national dramatic literature celebrates their contribution. Reporter Dan Stork heralds a limited local run of a play that works at changing that… On September 26 and 27, at 7 pm, Theatre

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FREE FOOD DISTRIBUTION TOMORROW

The third Monday of September 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, September

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MONDAY IS DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS TO JOSHUA TREE NATIONAL PARK ART EXPO

A reminder to the local Morongo Basin Art Community that this Monday is the deadline for submissions to the Joshua Tree National Park Art Expo. Reporter Diana Jones has details…

September 15 is the last day to submit an entry application for the Second Annual Joshua Tree National Park Art

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