SHERIFF'S DEPUTIES INVESTIGATE TWENTYNINE PALMS SHOOTING

The Sheriff’s Department is asking for the public’s help concerning a shooting in Twentynine Palms Saturday night. According to the Sheriff’s Department, about 10 p.m., multiple residents called to report at least three shots fired in the 6400 block of Desert Queen Avenue. Arriving deputies found a 27-year-old man who

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VICTIMS, CIRCUMSTANCES, OF THURSDAY FATAL MOTORCYCLE CRASHES RELEASED

The Riverside County Coroner and CHP investigators have released the victims’ names and the circumstances of two motorcycle crashes on the Morongo Grade Thursday night. Blake Creel, from Tallahassee, Florida, a 20-year-old Marine Lance Corporal with 3rd Battalion, 7th Marines in Twentynine Palms, was pronounced deceased at Desert Regional Medical

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CEMENT TRUCK ROLL-OVER CRASH IN WONDER VALLEY

We have limited details about a roll-over crash early this morning involving a cement truck in Wonder Valley. Wonder Valley firefighters were called to the roll-over at 6:19 this morning on Highway 62 at mile marker 63. They driver was in full cardiac arrest, and he was taken to Bush

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TWO VEHICLE CRASH IN LANDERS SUNDAY AFTERNOON

Two people were injured in a two-vehicle crash in Landers Sunday afternoon. According to County Fire Captain Trent Blanchard, rescue personnel were called to a roll-over crash at Old Woman Springs Road and Reche Road at 12:54. A black pick-up truck was on its roof. The female passenger managed to

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CHRISTMAS IN MAY AT COUNTY SUPERVISORS MEETING TOMORROW

One way to know an election is near is to look at the money flowing out of San Bernardino. Yes, it’s Christmas in May. Assignment reporter Mike Lipsitz has details … At tomorrow’s 10 a.m. meeting of the County Board of Supervisors in San Bernardino, the board is expected to

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COUNTYWIDE SEX OFFENDER SWEEP NETS 27 ARRESTS

A sheriff’s operation to ensure sex offenders compliance with their terms of release has netted 27 arrests during the last two-months. San Bernardino County sheriff’s deputies along with State Parole agents, County Probation officers, and officers from local police departments fanned out around the county making compliance checks as part

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RUNNER AND WALKERS SOUGHT FOR GRUBSTAKES 10K, 5K, RUN AND 2K WALK

Sign up today for this weekend’s annual Grubstake Days 10K, 5K run and 2k fun walk. Reporter David Knutson tells you how… Runners, walkers and fitness enthusiasts are invited to the 26th Annual Grubstakes 10K, 5K and 2K Run to be held in Yucca Valley on Sunday, May 29. The

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LAST DAY TO REGISTER TO VOTE IN JUNE 7 PRIMARY

U.S. Citizens age 18 and above must register to vote before casting a ballot. The deadline to register to vote in the June 7 Presidential Primary is Monday, May 23. If you’ve never registered, or if you registered in the past, but you moved, changed your name or your political

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TWO BLOOD DRIVES TOMORROW

LifeStream will conduct two community blood drives on Tuesday, May 24. The first blood drive will be at Hi-Desert Water District in Yucca Valley, from 9 to 2, and then at Little Church of the Desert, 6079 Adobe Road in Twentynine Palms, from 2 to 6. Donors will receive incentives.

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THEATRE 29 FUND-RAISER OFFERING TILES IN NEW SERENITY GARDEN

Theatre 29 has big plans for its new Serenity Patio just to the east of the theater building. This area includes a giant Simi Dabah sculpture, reminiscent of the iconic Comedy and Drama masks, a beautiful garden, and seating area. Managing editor Tami Roleff says that you, too, can be

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CONDOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PRESENTS “DISNEY’S THE LION KING” THIS WEEK

The students of the Condor Elementary Drama Club will present “Disney’s The Lion King, Junior.” “The Lion King Junior” is a one-act musical that shortens the story of “The Lion King.” Performances will be held 6 p.m. Wednesday, May 25, and Thursday, May 26. The play is directed by Shelly

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“THE ABC’S OF WATER” IN APPLE VALLEY TOMORROW

Everything you want to know about water in California, but didn’t know who to ask. Reporter Mike Lipsitz invites you to learn the ABCs of water in Apple valley tomorrow… The subject of water in California can be complicated … how much should we conserve? What will the future offer?

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FIVE ARTISTS INVITED TO ARTIST IN RESIDENCY PROGRAM

Five artists have been invited to participate in the 10th anniversary of the Joshua Tree Highlands Artist residency program. The artists will live and work in Joshua Tree for seven weeks, with a final public exhibition of their artwork July 12 at the Joshua Tree Art Gallery. The artists are:

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LEARN ABOUT HEALTHY FOOD WITH TRANSITION JOSHUA TREE

Transition Joshua Tree is holding a special event Sunday, where participants can learn about healthy food, gardening, and vegetables. Reporter Mike Lipsitz has more… “The Magic and Colors of Pesto” is the title of a program this Sunday, May 22nd from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Joshua Tree

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HOME ENERGY WORKSHOPS TO BE HELD MONDAY

The Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino County will hold two free home energy education workshops Monday, May 23. The workshops about the Home Energy Assistance Program will be held at the Sportsman’s Club on Sunburst Avenue in Joshua Tree, and at the Reach Out Yucca Valley office, 7255 Joshua

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CAMPGROUND CLOSURES IN JOSHUA TREE NATIONAL PARK

With the hot summer weather right around the corner, Joshua Tree National Park will soon be implementing its seasonal closures at the end of May. Park Ranger Pam Tripp joins us… As the hot summer months approach, the demand for campsites at Joshua Tree National Park decreases, allowing certain campgrounds

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LAFCO NAMES NEW CHAIR

The Local Agency Formation Commission for San Bernardino County has appointed a new chair. Kimberly Cox, who has served on the commission for 12 years and as vice-chair for three years, was selected during the commission’s meeting May 18. Cox is the vice-president of the Mojave Water Agency. In addition,

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VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS EXTRAVAGANZA SATURDAY AT YUCCA VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL

Make plans to support the talented and hard-working students of Yucca Valley High School this Saturday. Managing editor Tami Roleff invites you to the third annual extravaganza… The Yucca Valley High School will present its Fourth Annual Extravaganza, an event designed to showcase the talents of the visual and performing

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VISIT THEATERS IN YUCCA VALLEY AND TWENTYNINE PALMS THIS WEEKEND

Residents have their choice of two plays to tickle their funny bones this weekend. In Yucca Valley, the St. Joseph’s Players are performing the third chapter in Neil Simon’s semi-autobiographical trilogy, “Broadway Bound.” Eugene, who plays a fictionalized Neil Simon, and his brother are trying to break into comedy writing

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TAKE A BALLOT SELFIE

San Bernardino County voters can vote early for the June 7, presidential primary election and while they’re at it, can share their experience with their friends and family by taking a ballot selfie and sharing it through social media. Early voting started May 9 in San Bernardino will continue until

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