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CLASSES TOMORROW AT RAINBOW STEW

Rainbow Stew will host classes tomorrow. Practical Intuition involves connecting the mind, spirit, and body together. In these classes, local spiritual teacher Patricia Bradley will give instruction on how to ground yourself, strengthen your clairvoyance, control your life force, and create prosperity. The cost is $40 per class. The classes...
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LANDERS ELEMENTARY HIGHLIGHTED BY HOMESTEAD VALLEY COUNCIL

Tuesday’s special meeting of the Homestead Valley Community Council was held at Landers Elementary to highlight some of the ways the school is using a drop in enrollment to its advantage. Reporter Mike Lipsitz brings us this story; it’s one that will make parents with youngsters in grades kindergarten through...
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YUCCA VALLEY SENIORS CAN GET TECH HELP FROM AREA TEENS

Did you get a new tablet, phone, or laptop for Christmas and can’t figure it out? Help is available thanks to the teens from the Yucca Valley Youth Commission. Managing editor Tami Roleff tells you when and where…

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SATURDAY MOVIE AT THE YUCCA VALLEY LIBRARY

For the next five Saturdays, the Yucca Valley Library will host a family movie program at 10 a.m. This Saturday the movie will be Zootopia.
In a city of animals, a rookie bunny cop and a cynical con artist fox must work together to uncover a conspiracy. For more information,...
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BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB ANNOUNCES YOUTH OF THE YEAR AT AWARDS DINNER

The Boys and Girls Club of the Hi-Desert recognized volunteers and members at its annual awards and board installation dinner last night, including the anticipated Youth of the Year Award. Reporter Andrew Dieleman was there to applaud the recipients and files this report…

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A BUSY KITCHEN AT THE JOSHUA TREE VFW

The Joshua Tree Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7264 will serve up a fish and chips dinner tonight (Friday, January 19) from 4 to 6 p.m. Two pieces of fish are $7; three pieces are $8. Sunday’s breakfast is a pancake breakfast from 8 to 11. And don’t forget...
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A NEW CHURCH BUILDING OPENS SUNDAY IN WONDER VALLEY

It’s been a labor of love for the members of Godwin Christian Fellowship in Wonder Valley, as they’ve worked to build a new church building for five years. Reporter Sara Snyder says the official ribbon-cutting ceremony is Sunday, and the public is invited to attend…

Godwin Christian Fellowship will hold a...
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BLOOD DRIVE IN YUCCA VALLEY TOMORROW

Lifestream will conduct a community blood drive on Saturday, January 20, at Vons in Yucca Valley from noon to 5 p.m. Donors with O-negative blood are especially needed. Donors will receive incentives. In addition, Lifestream now offers donors free cholesterol screening and a mini physical with every blood donation. For...
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HEALTH DISTRICT BOARD HEARS GOLD ACCREDITATION RECEIVED

The Morongo Basin Healthcare District Board of Directors met last night in a regular meeting Reporter Eric Knabe has the details…

The Morongo Basin Healthcare District Board of directors met with a full agenda last night. The first report of the evening was an update on quality and provider coverage plans....
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6 ARRESTED THIS WEEK IN 5 INCIDENTS

Six people have been arrested since Friday in the Morongo Basin, accused of crimes ranging from felony spousal abuse, identity theft, and one accused of child endangerment.

On Friday, about 11:45 a.m., deputies stopped a vehicle at Highway 62 and Warren Vista in Yucca Valley. After an investigation, Luis Macias, 28,...
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COUNTY HOMELESS COUNT TO FOCUS ON HOMELESS WOMEN

The San Bernardino County Homeless Partnership Point-In-Time Count will focus on helping homeless women. Reporter Andrew Dieleman has the details…

In the ongoing effort to end homelessness, the San Bernardino County Homeless Partnership will begin engaging unaccompanied homeless women and placing those who are identified as high-risk into immediate temporary housing....
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DESERT HEIGHTS MOBILE HOME DESTROYED BY EARLY MORNING FIRE

Twentynine Palms firefighters had an early morning wake-up call today, when a mobile home caught fire in Desert Heights. County Fire Battalion
Chief Scott Tuttle said the call came in just before 3 a.m. for a double-wide mobile home in the 1300 block of Indian Cove Road. The home was...
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YUCCA VALLEY MAN ACCUSED OF ATTEMPTED MURDER IN BIG BEAR CRASH

A Yucca Valley man is accused of intentionally slamming his vehicle into a tree in Big Bear during a fight with his female passenger. County sheriff’s officials said Raymond Moomey, 41, of Yucca Valley, fled after the crash but was found and arrested later on suspicion of attempted murder. A...
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FREE BULK TRASH DROP-OFF IN WONDER VALLEY SATURDAY

Get your trash ready for a free bulk-trash disposal event in Wonder Valley. Reporter Andrew Dieleman fills in the details about what will, and will not, be accepted at the event…
San Bernardino County Code Enforcement and Solid Waste Management Divisions will be providing bulky-trash collection containers for the free...
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24-HOUR SEXUAL ASSAULT HOTLINE OFFERED

Morongo Basin Sexual Assault Services provides a 24-hour crisis hotline to help survivors of sexual assault. Counselors can accompany sexual assault survivors to medical exams, police and legal interviews, and court appearances. Speakers are available to talk to schools and community groups about sexual assault and rape prevention. The hotline...
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JOSHUA BASIN WATER WILL TRY TO DISINFECT A WELL FOR THE FOURTH TIME

Joshua Basin Water District will sink more money into an effort to bring its primary well back online after two years. The well was just one of the items up for discussion at last night’s board meeting; our reporter Mike Lipsitz was there…
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HI-DESERT WATER LOOKING FOR FINANCIAL AUDIT VOLUNTEER

Last year, Paul Hoffman retired from the Hi-Desert Water District’s Financial Audit committee after volunteering on the committee for 11 years. Managing editor Tami Roleff says his retirement means there is a new slot to fill…
With the retirement last month of Paul Hoffman from the Hi-Desert Water District’s Financial...
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MORONGO BASIN HEALTHCARE DISTRICT BOARD MEET TONIGHT

The Morongo Basin Healthcare District will meet in regular meeting tonight. Reporter Eric Knabe has the details…
Morongo Basin Healthcare District will meet in a regular meeting. On the agenda, a review of HDMC holdings and lease agreement followed by further reports on HDMC holdings and Lift transportation service and...
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LOCAL DEMOCRATIC CLUB PLANS WOMAN’S RALLY SATURDAY

The Morongo Basin Democratic Club will celebrate the anniversary of last year’s Women’s March with a rally Saturday, January 20. The rally will be held on the northeast corner of Highway 62 and Old Woman Springs Road in Yucca Valley from noon to 2 p.m.

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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED TO LEAD SCHOOL TOURS AT BIG MORONGO CANYON PRESERVE

The Big Morongo Canyon Preserve will host training classes for volunteers interested in leading elementary school tours of the preserve. With his hiking boots on and sun screen in hand, here’s reporter Andrew Dieleman…
The series of three training classes will teach volunteers how to lead elementary school tours of...
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