A BIG WIN FOR COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE BASKETBALL

A huge win for the Copper Mountain College men’s basketball team last night in the quarterfinal round of the 80th annual Modesto Junior College Tournament. The Fighting Cacti, who are ranked seventh in the state, faced off versus a traditional power, and fifth-ranked team in the state, Fresno City College,

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MORONGO BASIN DEMOCRATS TO LEARN ABOUT DARK SKIES SATURDAY

Joshua Tree National Park was recently designated an International Dark Sky Park. Learn more about dark skies and the park during a presentation at the Morongo Basin Democratic club’s monthly meeting Saturday, December 9. The 10 a.m. meeting is preceded by an optional $10 buffet breakfast at 9 a.m. at

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DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS AT COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE TODAY

Representatives from the Disabled American Veterans organization will be on the Copper Mountain College main campus tomorrow and the first and third Thursday of each month. Veterans who need assistance to file benefits claims with the Department of Veterans Affairs are urged to stop at the Office of Student services

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COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE BASKETBALL GOES TO 11-2

The Copper Mountain Men’s Basketball team is ranked seventh in the state and improved to 11-2 on the year as they won last night 81-78 in the opening round of the 80th Annual Modesto Junior college Tournament against 12th ranked Yuba College. The Fighting Cacti will face the winner of

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COPPER MOUNTAIN BASKETBALL TAKES THIRD IN MT. SAN JACINTO TOURNAMENT

After a tough 75-74 loss to Mount San Jacinto College on Friday, the Copper Mountain College men’s basketball team picked up their 10th win of the season Saturday, 87-83 against Riverside Community College. The win earned the Fighting Cacti third place at the Mount San Jacinto College Tournament. Steven McNease

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A WIN FOR COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE BASKETBALL

The Fighting Cacti of Copper Mountain jumped out to blazing start in the opening game of the Mt. San Jacinto College tournament against a solid College of the Canyons team, winning 98-68. Coach Devin Aye said it was a collective team effort from start to finish that allowed the Fighting

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COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE HOSTING 49 BUCK ART SALE SATURDAY

Copper Mountain College’s Fine Arts Program is again hosting the 49 Bucks Art Sale. Reporter Eric Knabe has all the artistic details… On December 2, at 4 p.m., artists from across the basin have donated their artistic talents towards over one hundred, 5 x 7 inch canvases, which will be

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COLLEGE SPORTS

The Copper Mountain College Men’s Fighting Cacti basketball team will play in the Mount San Jacinto tournament tonight, Friday, and Saturday in Hemet.

COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE’S “HOWL” LITERARY MAGAZINE KICK-OFF THURSDAY

The Howl, Copper Mountain College’s literary magazine, is published by students. A kick-off event is set for 1 to 3 p.m. Thursday, November 30, in the outdoor amphitheater located in the 300 quad, at which everyone is invited to read original work or from past Howl issues. Copper Mountain College

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COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE MEN’S BASKETBALL GOES TO 8-1

The Copper Mountain College Fighting Cacti men’s basketball team rolled past the visiting Cerro Coso Coyotes last night; the final score was 110 to 77. Coach Devin Aye said the Fighting Cacti were led by Dontavious Marshal who ended the night with 22 points. Ronald Bell and Murshid Randle both

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COLLEGE SPORTS

The Copper Mountain College men’s basketball team swept all three games in the three-day, eight-team Home Motors Tournament at Allan Hancock College in Santa Maria last weekend. The Fighting Cacti won their first game Friday night against Yuba College, 83-77. Saturday, the men played Victor Valley and won 62-55, and

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COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE MEN’S BASKETBALL CHAMPS IN WEEKEND TOURNAMENT

The Copper Mountain College men’s basketball team swept all three games in the three-day, eight-team Home Motors Tournament at Allan Hancock College in Santa Maria last weekend. The Fighting Cacti won their first game Friday night against Yuba College, 83-77. Saturday, the men played Victor Valley and won 62-55, and

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COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE FESTIVAL OF WREATHS SUNDAY

Copper Mountain College Foundation will host the 8th Annual Festival of Wreaths Sunday, November 19. Reporter Eric Knabe has all the festive details…

This event is the official start of the holiday season for the Morongo Basin, to raise money for local college students. The afternoon consists of a live

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COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE MEN’S AND WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ACTION THIS WEEKEND

In college sports this weekend, the Copper Mountain College men’s basketball team will participate in the Allan Hancock Tourney Friday, Saturday, and Sunday in Santa Maria.

Tomorrow, the women’s team will host Glendale Community College in the Bell Center Gym, starting at 5 p.m.

COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE FESTIVAL OF WREATHS THIS SUNDAY

Copper Mountain College Foundation will host the 8th Annual Festival of Wreaths this Sunday, November 19. Reporter Eric Knabe has all the festive details… This event is the official start of the holiday season for the Morongo Basin, to raise money for local college students. The afternoon consists of a

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COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE BASKETBALL NOTCHES A WIN FOR MEN, LOSS FOR WOMEN

The Copper Mountain College men’s Fighting Cacti basketball team notched a win against visiting Imperial Valley College last night 96-68. Coach Devin Aye said everyone scored for the men, led by Hyking Brisbon with 18 points, 15 rebounds; Tommie Groce, 12 points; and Jailen Moore, 12 points. The team is

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COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE BASKETBALL TONIGHT

In college sports, the Copper Mountain College men’s and women’s basketball teams will play a double-header tonight against Imperial Valley College. The women will play their home opener in the Bell Center gym at 5 p.m., followed by the men at 7 p.m.

INAUGURAL HOME BASKETBALL GAME AT COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE TONIGHT

Copper Mountain College will host its inaugural basketball game in the Bell Center Gymnasium, in Joshua Tree tonight, November 11, at 6 p.m. against Santa Monica College. In honor of Veterans’ Day, tickets are free for tonight’s game only for veterans and active duty service members. General admission tickets are

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COLLEGE BOARD HEARS OF CERTIFICATION FOR AUTOMOTIVE PROGRAM

The Copper Mountain College board of trustees met yesterday. Reporter Eric Knabe has the details…

During his report, College President Jeff Cummimgs presented Paul Frielt who teaches the automotive technology program with certification by the National Technician Education Foundation. Frielt in turn thanked the local automotive professionals for their help

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LOCAL DEMOCRATS MEET SATURDAY

The Morongo Basin Democratic Club will be discussing bottled water at its regular monthly meeting Saturday, November 11. Nestle pays the U.S. Forest Service just a few hundred dollars per year for the right to bottle and sell 30 million gallons of water from a creek in the San Bernardino

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