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FALSE ID TO A DEPUTY LEADS TO TWO ARRESTS IN YUCCA VALLEY

Giving deputies a false name won’t stop them from arresting you, and the arrest for a false ID led to a second arrest. Sheriff’s report say a deputy stopped a man riding a bicycle near Mohawk Trail and Highway 62 just before 3 a.m. Friday. The man gave the deputy a false...
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TWENTYNINE PALMS MAN ACCUSED OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

A Twentynine Palms man was arrested Saturday, accusing of beating up his girlfriend. According to a Sheriff’s report, deputies were called to the 5800 block of Halsey Avenue in Twentynine Palms about 5:30 p.m. because a woman, who was sitting in some bushes, said she had been assaulted by her boyfriend, Chase Huitt,...
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TWENTYNINE PALMS HISTORICAL SOCIETY RED HOT AUCTION SATURDAY

The Twentynine Palms Historical Society will host the Red Hot Auction fundraiser March 25. Reporter Rebecca Havely has your invitation…
The Red Hot Auction, hosted by the Twentynine Palms Historical Society, will raise funds to help expand the Old Schoolhouse Museum. The event takes place March 25 at the Old...
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THEATRE 29’S “INTO THE WOODS” HOPES THEIR PRINCE WILL COME

Theatre 29 has almost completed the primary casting for their upcoming production of Stephen Sondheim’s Broadway fairy tale musical, “Into the Woods,” but are one performer short. The darker retelling of the Grimm fairy tales, helmed by the multi-award winning director Charles Harvey, will take the stage weekends beginning April...
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A WONDER VALLEY MEETING ON MEDICAL MARIJUANA FOR SENIORS SATURDAY

Last November, California voters approved Proposition 64 making marijuana use, both medical and recreational, legal in the state. Still, restrictions on pot use remain, leaving many Californians dazed and confused. Reporter Mike Lipsitz tells about an upcoming meeting aimed at clearing the air …
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JOSHUA TREE CLEAN TEAM OUT AND ABOUT TOMORROW MORNING

The next regularly scheduled cleanup for the hard-working, civic minded, Joshua Clean Team is set for tomorrow morning, March 22, from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. at Hwy 62 and Outpost on the north side. The Clean team urges you to join them as they cheerfully work to make Joshua Tree cleaner...
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DEADLINE TOMORROW FOR YUCCA VALLEY SOFTBALL LEAGUES

Yucca Valley is getting ready to start the spring softball leagues. The deadline to sign up is tomorrow. Managing editor Tami Roleff joins us with the details… 
What better way to start spring than joining one of four adult slow pitch softball teams? Registration is now open for the Town...
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A BIG WIN FOR YUCCA VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL GIRL’S SOFTBALL

The Yucca Valley High School girls’ softball team had a huge win against Desert Hot Springs in their game Friday night, 27-0. The Lady Trojans scored 15 runs in the second inning. Haley Smith pitched a no-hitter and shut-out game against Desert Hot Springs. The Lady Trojans are 5-5 overall, and 1-0...
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TWO FIRES IN MORONGO BASIN OVER WEEKEND; ONE DOG KILLED

Morongo Basin firefighters were busy with two house fires over the weekend, including one in which a dog was killed. According to County Fire Battalion Chief Scott Tuttle, Yucca Valley Fire Station 41, assisted by firefighters from Yucca Mesa, Joshua Tree, and CalFire, were called just after 2 p.m. Sunday...
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YUCCA VALLEY LAW ENFORCEMENT APPRECIATION DAY TOMORROW

Tomorrow has been designated as Law Enforcement Appreciation Day by the Yucca Valley Town Council. Managing editor Tami Roleff says a reception will be held after a ribbon cutting and unveiling of a blue line of support…
The Town of Yucca Valley will show its support for local law enforcement...
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HIGHWAY 62 ROAD WORK AND LANE CLOSURES THIS WEEK EAST OF TWENTYNINE PALMS

Road work and lane closures will continue this week on State Route 62 east of Twentynine Palms The Caltrans maintenance crews will continue crack sealing the pavement on State Route 62 between Vidal Junction and Earp today Monday, March 20, through Wednesday, March 22. They will be crack sealing a seven-mile...
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NATIONAL PARKS FACING BACKLOGS ON MAINTENANCE MAY HAVE TO RESTRICT ACCESS

The nation’s national park system is facing unprecedented use and unprecedented costs. Reporter David Haldane explains…
A record number of visitors are enjoying America’s national parks, including the one in Joshua Tree. That’s both a blessing and a curse, park advocates say: with a $12 billion backlog in needed maintenance...
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LIFEGUARD CERTIFICATION CLASSES IN TWENTYNINE PALMS

Registrations are currently underway for the City of Twentynine Palms lifeguard certification course. This course will provide entry-level lifeguard participants with the knowledge and skills to prevent, recognize and respond to aquatic emergencies and to provide care for health emergencies, injuries and sudden illnesses until emergency medical services personnel take...
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GRUBSTAKE DAYS “WESTERN HERITAGE” BUSINESS DECORATING CONTEST

Seems everyone wants to get in on the fun planned for Yucca Valley’s annual Grubstake Days Celebration May 25 to 29. It’s shaping up to be one of the most exciting in recent years and now there’s more reason for area businesses to take part. Reporter Mike Lipsitz explains …


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LEARN ABOUT ESSENTIAL OILS AT RAINBOW STEW WEDNESDAY

If you are wondering what essential oils are all about, Rainbow Stew in Yucca Valley will hold a free informational introduction on Wednesday, March 22. You’ll be able to experience the oils and see for yourself how many uses they have. The session begins at 4 p.m. Rainbow Stew is located on the...
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FOOD FOR LIFE SEEKING SPONSORS AND VOLUNTEERS FOR SPRING

With spring in the air the Food for Life ministry is gearing up to bring nutritious meals to seniors, disabled, homeless, and those in need of nourishment. Hosts are needed to prepare and serve the meals.  Churches and organizations interested in being involved in this ministry should call President, Wally...
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SIXTH ANNUAL WOOF WALK SATURDAY WILL BENEFIT NO-KILL SHELTER

The sixth annual “Woof Walk,” to support the Humane Society no-kill animal shelter in Joshua Tree, is set for Saturday, March 25, in Pioneertown. Edica Gonzalez has your invitation…
The sixth annual Woof Walk in the Morongo Basin Humane Society’s biggest fundraiser of the year. The event features raffles, door...
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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS SCHEDULES

Coming up in high school sports today, the Yucca Valley High School tennis team will travel away to Desert Hot Springs. First serve is at 3:15.

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ROAD WORK ON HIGHWAY 62 MONDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY

Maintenance crews from the California Department of Transportation will continue crack sealing the pavement on Highway 62 near the Arizona border, from between Vidal Junction and Earp Monday, March 20, through Wednesday, March 22. Crews will be working on a seven-mile segment in the proximity of Rio Mesa Drive (post...
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HOMESTEAD VALLEY COMMUNITY COUNCIL TO MEET

The Homestead Valley Community Council will meet Monday, March 20. If you own property, or live in Flamingo Heights, Landers, Yucca Mesa, or Johnson Valley, you can find out about any updates on a variety of issues that were discussed at the last meeting by County Supervisor James Ramos. Representatives...
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