REGISTER NOW FOR DAV AIR RIFLE COMPETITION

The third annual Air Rifle Competition is hosted by The Disabled American Veterans Chapter 60. Competition equipment is supplied by the National Rifle Association. With the competition details, here’s reporter Rebecca Havely…

All veterans and all people with disabilities are welcome and accommodated at the Third Annual Air Rifle Competition,

…View Full Story…

TWENTYNINE PALMS HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF ’67 PLANS 50TH REUNION

Twentynine Palms High School Class of ’67 is inviting ALL Wildcats to join in their 50th class reunion. The reunion is set for Friday and Saturday, September 22 and 23, at Desert Princess Resort in Cathedral City. Tickets are $70 each and includes a pizza party Friday; dinner and dancing

…View Full Story…

HOW TO HELP VICTIMS OF HURRICANE HARVEY

Help those affected by Hurricane Harvey. Visit RedCross.org, call 800-RED CROSS, or text HARVEY to 90999 to make a $10 donation.

YUCCA VALLEY RECRUITING YOUTH COMMISSIONERS

The Town of Yucca Valley is recruiting for their youth commission. Managing editor Tami Roleff tells you how to apply… The Yucca Valley Youth Commission is made up of students in grades 7 through 12 who attend school in Yucca Valley. Youth commissioners produce informative video programs, present forums to

…View Full Story…

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS

Coming up in high school sports Tuesday, the Twentynine Palms High School girls’ LadyCat tennis and volleyball teams will travel away to Palm Springs to play the Palm Springs Indians. Tennis starts at 3:15; volleyball at 5.

CELEBRATE LABOR DAYS WITH FIREWORKS IN LANDERS

Our Morongo Basin’s only Labor Day and end of summer celebration is today at Homestead Valley Park in Landers. Here is reporter Mike Lipsitz with all you need to know to get in on the fun… Celebrate the end of summer with food, fireworks, and family fun in Landers. Gates

…View Full Story…

WOMAN ARRESTED FOLLOWING FIGHT WITH HER FORMER BOYFRIEND

A Cathedral City woman was arrested Thursday after a fight with her ex-boyfriend. According to a Sheriff’s report, Viola Jackson-Gentry, 19, had gone on board the Combat Center to retrieve her belongings from her former boyfriend, who is a Marine. The two began arguing and Jackson-Gentry allegedly began hitting her

…View Full Story…

YUCCA VALLEY SENIOR CLUB JUKEBOX JAM TONIGHT

The Yucca Valley Senior Club will hold a Jukebox Jam Saturday, September 2. A three-piece band from Hemet-San Jacinto will perform live music, including doo wop, blues, rock and roll, modern country, show tunes, and more. The event kicks off at 7 p.m. at the Senior Club behind the Yucca

…View Full Story…

RIDE ORVS RESPONSIBLY

Many people will be taking advantage of the long holiday weekend by riding their off-road vehicles in the desert. Reporter Sara Snyder says to ride responsibly…

This time of year, the Morongo Basin will experience an increase in off-road activity and illegal trespass. Riders need to respect private property and

…View Full Story…

REGISTER NOW FOR WOMEN’S SEMINAR AT YUCCA VALLEY CHURCH

A best-selling author and international speaker will lead an all-day event in Yucca Valley for women and girls. Pam Farrel will speak from her book “7 Simple Skills for Every Woman: Success in Keeping Everything Together” and present tips on lowering stress, raising enjoyment, making life count, and maintaining healthy

…View Full Story…

DESERT HOT SPRINGS POLICE ACCUSE 2 OF CHILD MOLESTATION AND PORNOGRAPHY

A man and woman have been arrested by Desert Hot Springs police, accused of child molestation and making and distributing child pornography. On August 16, detectives learned about a video that allegedly showed a child being sexually abused. With the assistance of Homeland Security Investigations, detectives located Michael Flaherty, 31,

…View Full Story…

YUCCA VALLEY MAN FOUND WITH STOLEN PROPERTY AND A GUN

A Yucca Valley man was arrested Thursday morning after he was found with stolen property and a gun. According to a Sheriff’s report, deputies investigating a residential burglary served a search warrant at a home in the 55800 block of Mountain View Trail in Yucca Valley about 10:45 a.m. At

…View Full Story…

TWENTYNINE PALMS UNVEILS PROJECT PHOENIX FEATURES FOR DISCUSSION

The City of Twentynine Palms hosted a public meeting last night to unveil the first real look at the proposed plan for Project Phoenix, a major effort to revitalize the downtown area. The plans come after some six years of planning and litigation to free bond funds from the State

…View Full Story…

LABOR DAY WEEKEND FIREWORKS, FOOD AND FUN IN LANDERS TOMORROW

The Morongo Basin’s only Labor Day celebration is tomorrow, September 2, at Homestead Valley Park in Landers. Celebrate American labor and the end of summer with food, fun, fireworks, and family entertainment. Gates open at 4 p.m. The Z107.7 Mobile DJ will get things warmed up, and the U.S. Marine

…View Full Story…

LABOR DAY MONDAY WILL SEE GOVERNMENT OFFICES AND BUSINESSES CLOSED

The symbolic end of summer, Labor Day, is Monday. As a federal holiday, many government offices and businesses will be closed Monday. Among those that are closed are banks, post offices, schools, including Copper Mountain College, and county, city, and town offices. Burrtec Waste and Recycling will not pick up

…View Full Story…

TWENTYNINE PALMS MAN ACCUSED OF INDECENT EXPOSURE AT CAR WASH

A Twentynine Palms man was arrested Wednesday, accused of exposing himself to women at a car wash. According to a Sheriff’s report, deputies were called to the a self-car wash at the corner of Adobe Road and Calle Todd Lane about 5:15 for a report of a man exposing himself.

…View Full Story…

OPEN AND INTERACTIVE MEETING ON TWENTYNINE PALMS’ PROJECT PHOENIX TONIGHT

Twentynine Palms will be holding what’s described as an “open and interactive” meeting to discuss Project Phoenix tonight. The purpose, according to a press release, is to get public input on various aspects of the project including parking access and other infrastructure needs. The meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m.

…View Full Story…

IT’S WILDFIRE SEASON, CALFIRE HAS PREVENTION TIPS

If you live in a wildland area you need to use all equipment responsibly to reduce the risk of accidentally sparking a fire. Managing editor Tami Roleff has the wildfire prevention tips from CalFire… Southern California is entering peak wildfire season. Whether working to create defensible space around your home,

…View Full Story…

BACK-TO-SCHOOL SPECIAL ON THE Z107-7 “UP CLOSE” SHOW TOMORROW

Schools in the Morongo Unified School District are back in session. Tomorrow’s Up-Close Show on Z107.7 will be a “Back-to-School” special, with Superintendent Tom Baumgarten and Director of Secondary Curriculum Amy Woods. Call in with your questions about busing, lunches, curriculum, scheduling, or going back to school. It all begins

…View Full Story…

MORONGO VALLEY FIRE DEPARTMENT CAR SHOW SET FOR OCTOBER 14

The last day to register your vehicle for a discounted registration fee for the Morongo Valley Fire Department’s third annual car show is Friday. With more on how to register your vehicle, here’s reporter Rebecca Havely… Mark your calendars for the Morongo Valley Fire Department’s third annual car show. The

…View Full Story…