FINAL YUCCA VALLEY TAX MEASURES MEETING TOMORROW

The Town of Yucca Valley will hold informational sessions for the two tax measures placed on the November ballot for Yucca Valley voters. Measure Y would provide local funds (that are protected by law from the state), for local town services, including public safety and street and pothole repair. Measure

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EARLY VOTING STARTS IN YUCCA VALLEY TODAY

Beginning today, Monday, October 31, voters in the Morongo Basin can cast an early ballot in Yucca Valley prior to the November 8 presidential general election. The early voting site at the Yucca Valley Town Hall will also collect mail-in ballots from voters. Earlier this month, early voting began at

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ANIMAL ACTION LEAGUE OFFERS LOW-COST PET SERVICES IN NOVEMBER

The Animal Action League will be offering low-cost vaccine and microchip clinics in November for dogs and cats, as well as low-cost spaying and neutering. No appointments are necessary for vaccines or microchips; appointments are required for spaying and neutering services. Microchips are only $15, and can help reunite you

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HOWLING HALLOWEEN AT ANIMAL ACTION LEAGUE

The Animal Action League will host a Howling Halloween event for kids and critters. There will be trick-or-treat candy for the kids and treats for the critters. Dogs and cats are encouraged to dress for the occasion, or a limited number of pet costumes are available for $5 each. Photos

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AREA BOSSES CAN COMPETE AT BATTLE OF THE BELL TO BENEFIT COLLEGE ATHLETES

Inter-collegiate sports offer opportunities for student teams to compete with their counterparts at other schools. Seems it also offers a lot of opportunities for everyone involved to cut up and have some fun. Reporter Mike Lipsitz says no one is ever too big or important to have some fun raising

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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: WEEKEND RESULTS

In high school football, the Yucca Valley High School Trojans beat the Desert Hot Springs Eagles, 13-6. Coach Andrew Amosa said the offense was led by Caleb Robinson with 23 carries for 130 yards and three receptions. The Trojan’s defense dominated all night long. Noah Rodriguez, Chris Worrell, and Jared

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EARLY VOTING BEGINS MONDAY IN YUCCA VALLEY

Beginning Monday, October 31, voters in the Morongo Basin can cast an early ballot in Yucca Valley prior to the November 8 presidential general election. The early voting site at the Yucca Valley Town Hall will also collect mail-in ballots from voters. Earlier this month, early voting began at the

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PUBLIC INVITED TO ART RECEPTION FRIDAY AT HOSPITAL

An opening reception will be held Friday, November 4, for an art show in the Hi-Desert Medical Center’s rotating art galleries. The art show will feature works by local artists Darlene Morris, Jeff Turner, and Z107.7’s own Tami Roleff. The opening reception will be held from 4 to 6 p.m.

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FREE LECTURE “HOW TO IDENTIFY POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER” TUESDAY

The Hi-Desert Medical Center continues its free health care lecture series with “How to Identify Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.” Here’s more from reporter Edica Gonzalez… Learn how to recognize symptoms, within yourself and others, for PTSD and bring awareness to the need for help. Tuesday, November, 1 from 6 to 7

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HOWLING HALLOWEEN AT ANIMAL ACTION LEAGUE

Kids and critters will enjoy this Monday event. Managing Editor Tami Roleff has your invitation… The Animal Action League will host a Howling Halloween event for kids and critters. There will be trick-or-treat candy for the kids and treats for the critters. Dogs and cats are encouraged to dress for

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180 MINISTRIES FALL FESTIVAL MONDAY

One 80 Ministries will hold its annual fall harvest festival Monday, October 31. The free festival is from 5 to 8:30 p.m., and includes games and candy for the kids, music, hot dogs, and popcorn. A chili cook-off starts at 6 p.m. There is a $5 entry fee for the

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DEPUTIES RAID ILLEGAL MARIJUANA GROW IN LUCERNE VALLEY

At least one person was arrested Thursday, accused of illegally cultivating marijuana. Deputies from the Sheriff’s Department Narcotics Division went to a location near Cottonwood Springs and LaFon Roads in Lucerne Valley about 4:30 Thursday where they found an illegal marijuana grow, along with a suspect, identified as David Torres,

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CONVICTED FELON ARRESTED FOR POSSESSION OF HANDGUN

A Hesperia man was arrested Wednesday morning, accused of being a felon in possession of a handgun. According to a Sheriff’s report, a deputy stopped a vehicle in the 73900 block of 29 Palms Highway in Twentynine Palms about 11:30 a.m. Wednesday morning. Inside the car was James Kuhnast, 35.

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SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT NEEDS HELP TO FIND GUITAR STOLEN FROM THE WAY STATION IN JOSHUA TREE

The Sheriff’s Department is asking for the public’s help in locating a guitar stolen from The Way Station in Joshua Tree. Sometime between noon Wednesday and 10:30 a.m. Thursday, a suspect entered the Way Station, located at 61722 Commercial Street, and stole a guitar belonging to the organization. The guitar

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THREE MEN WITH STOLEN RIFLE ARRESTED IN DESERT HOT SPRINGS

Three people were arrested in Desert Hot Springs Wednesday following a report of a man loitering near a business with a rifle. According to a police report, an employee in the 17000 block of Palm Avenue reported that a man with a rifle was seen behind the business early Tuesday

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WOMAN ARRESTED FOR THREATENING DEPUTIES

Two juveniles and an 18-year-old woman who were trying to get a cab to take them from Twentynine Palms to Upland were arrested Tuesday. According to Sheriff’s Lieutenant Mike Barta, deputies were called to the 73800 block of Sun Valley in Twentynine Palms about 10 p.m. to check out a

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CELEBRATE NIGHT SKIES WITH JOSHUA TREE NATIONAL PARK

The National Park Service Centennial is being celebrated throughout the month of November. Reporter Mike Lipsitz shares how…California’s desert communities are celebrating the National Park Service Centennial and highlighting the region’s protected public lands with free events through November. This weekend is the Joshua Tree 2016 Night Sky Festival, which

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JOSHUA TREE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS DINNER AND HALLOWEEN PARTY SATURDAY

The Joshua Tree Knights of Columbus is holding a spaghetti dinner and Halloween costume party Saturday, October 29. Cocktails start at 4 p.m. and dinner is at 4:30. Tickets are $5, $3 for children; kids under 10 are free. The dinner and party is open to the public; attendees do

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EXPERIMENTAL MUSIC CONCERT AND ART SHOW AT HARRISON HOUSE SATURDAY

Harrison House of Joshua Tree will offer an experimental music and art show this Saturday. A trio of an experimental composer, keyboardist, and a visual artist will be featured at Harrison House in Joshua Tree 7:30 p.m. Saturday, October 29. Harold Budd has recorded more than 40 albums that range

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THEATRE 29’S HALLOWEEN HAUNT CONCLUDES MONDAY

Theatre 29’s Halloween Haunt, will run three more days. “Resurgence,” the 11th incarnation of the Halloween Haunt, has adventurous souls exploring a haunted mansion built atop a collapsed mine. The Halloween Haunt uses the entire Theatre 29 main stage and exterior spaces. Tickets are $7 each at the door or

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