NEW EXHIBITION AT GALLERY 62

Gallery 62’s newest exhibition, High Desert Holidays, is now on display at the art gallery. The show features the artwork of dozens of artists with a variety of work priced at under $100. Signature artists are Valerie Davis with wands, jewelry, and paintings, and Laurie Shafer with clothing, scarves, and

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BOXOHOUSE TO HOLD OPEN HOUSE FOR ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE

BoxoHouse will hold an open house Sunday for its current artist-in-residence. With details, here’s managing editor Tami Roleff…

Join BoxoHouse’s current artist-in-residence under the full moon Sunday for an open house and performance. Johanna Wagner has spent several weeks in Joshua Tree drawing, painting, photographing, and making videos. Her open

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JOSHUA TREE MAN ACCUSED OF ABUSING 6-YEAR-OLD BOY

A Joshua Tree man was arrested Thursday, accused of assaulting a 6-year-old boy. According to a Sheriff’s report, Deputy Troy Kaukani was called to Joshua Tree Elementary School to investigate injuries to a 6-year-old boy. The boy said Aidan Chairez, 26, had hit him in his head and pulled his

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FISH AND CHIPS TONIGHT, BREAKFAST SUNDAY, AT THE JOSHUA TREE VFW

The Joshua Tree Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7264 will serve up a fish and chips dinner tonight (Friday) from 4 to 6 p.m. Two pieces of fish are $7; three pieces are $8. Sunday’s breakfast is Kenny’s chicken-fried steak from 8 to 11. And don’t forget Taco Wednesday from

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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.

JOSHUA TREE VFW SERVING EGG-ROLL STYLE TACOS TODAY, FISH AND CHIPS FRIDAY

The Joshua Tree Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7264 will serve up eggroll-style beef or chicken tacos Wednesday, November 29, from 11 to 1. Friday (December 1) is a fish and chips dinner from 4 to 6 p.m. Two pieces of fish are $7; three pieces are $8. Sunday’s breakfast

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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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BODY OF MISSING JOSHUA TREE WOMAN FOUND TODAY

The body of a missing 75-year-old Joshua Tree woman was found in a rugged area North of Yucca Valley at about 1:00 p.m. Saturday, November 25. Carol Vogel was found by a search party after being reported missing Wednesday afternoon. Her sister, Melinda Madaras, told Z107.7 News that Vogel’s caretaker

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MISSING HIKER IN JOSHUA TREE NATIONAL PARK WAS NOT LOST

Joshua Tree National Park Rangers and Search and Rescue volunteers spent two days searching for a missing 18-year-old Belgian hiker who, it turns out, wasn’t lost after all. According to Joshua Tree National Park spokeswoman Jennie Albrinck, Ullysee Gerken had been dropped off at the Boy Scout trail in Indian

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JOSHUA TREE MAN FOUND WITH STOLEN ATV

A Joshua Tree man was arrested Saturday, accused of being in possession of a stolen off-road vehicle. According to a Sheriff’s report, a deputy made a traffic stop about 9 p.m. Saturday on a red Ford pick-up truck for having an expired registration. The deputy determined the driver of the

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MORONGO BASIN AMBULANCE COLLECTING TOYS FOR CHILDREN IN NEED

Morongo Basin Ambulance has a long history of helping those in need, and in this season of giving, Morongo Basin Ambulance will be helping youngsters in need. Staff will be in front of Yucca Valley Wal-Mart from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. every Saturday from December 2 through December 16.

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GERMAN ARTIST TO LEAD ARTIST’S TEA IN JOSHUA TREE NATIONAL PARK SUNDAY

A German artist will lead this week’s artist tea at Cap Rock in Joshua Tree National Park. Managing editor Tami Roleff says the demonstration will combine the elements, binary code, and digital time…

German artist Johanna Wagner will host the artist’s tea in Joshua Tree National Park tomorrow. Wagner will

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HOLIDAY DECORATING CONTEST 2017

‘Tis the season! Business owners can get into the holiday spirit by entering their business in the annual Holiday Decorating Contest, co-sponsored by Z107.7 Radio and www.Z1077FM.com. Reporter Mike Lipsitz says all it takes to enter is a phone call…Z107.7 announces the annual holiday decorating contest, a tradition that sees

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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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MORONGO BASIN AMBULANCE COLLECTING TOYS AT WAL-MART

Morongo Basin Ambulance has a long history of helping those in need. And in this season of giving, Morongo Basin Ambulance will be helping youngsters in need. Staff will be in front of Yucca Valley WalMart from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. every Saturday from December 2 through December 16.

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WAY STATION FOOD GIVEAWAY THIS MORNING

The 32nd annual Way Station Thanksgiving give-away is today, Tuesday November 21, from 8 to 10 a.m. at 61722 Commercial Street in Joshua Tree. The Way Station is giving away turkeys, stuffing mix, onions, potatoes, yams, margarine, celery, carrots, spinach, pies, and cranberry sauce. You do not need ID or

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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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HI-DESERT MEDICAL CENTER FREE LECTURE ON CHILD DEVELOPMENT THIS EVENING

A pediatrician will give a lecture on the stages of child development this afternoon. Reporter Eric Knabe fills in the details… Physicians from Hi-Desert Medical Center are offering lectures on key topics to help residents be more informed about their health. Monday, November 20, a local pediatrician will discuss the

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