PIONEERTOWN OLD WEST REENACTORS LOOKING FOR PERFORMERS

The Mane Street Stampede Wild West Show of Pioneertown is looking for a few volunteer gunfight reenactors. No acting experience needed. They will train you in the art of comedy western performing. Performances are every Saturday afternoon from April 2 through October 29. Donations go to local children’s charities. For

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WILD WEST REENACTORS SOUGHT FOR MANE STREET STAMPEDE PIONEERTOWN SHOWS

The Mane Street Stampede Wild West show of Pioneertown is looking for a few volunteer gunfight reenactors. No acting experience needed. They will train you in the art of comedy western performing. Performances are every Saturday afternoon from April 2 through October 29. Donations go to local children’s charities. Meet

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PIONEERTOWN WESTERN REENACTERS LOOKING FOR CAST MEMBERS

The Mane Street Stampede Wild West show will have their end of the season membership meeting this Saturday. The volunteers put on Western Reenactment shows in Pioneertown Saturdays from April to October. The Mane Street Stampede wants to invite potential new cast members to join them Edchadas restaurant in Twentynine

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MORONGO BASIN MAC MEETS TONIGHT

The Morongo Basin Mac will meet tonight. Reporter David Haldane says a new member will be added to the advisory body…… The Morongo Basin Municipal Advisory Council will begin its monthly meeting tonight by welcoming a new member representing Pioneertown. She is Michelle Myers, a licensed attorney appointed to the

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MANE STREET STAMPEDE WILD WEST SHOW LOOKING FOR PERFORMERS

The Mane Street Stampede Wild West Show is looking for volunteers actors to perform on Saturday afternoons from April through October. The Old West reenactments are presented from 2:30 to 3 p.m., in Pioneertown, in front of Pioneer Bowl on Mane Street. They are an all-volunteer, family-oriented, comedy-style gunfighter reenactment

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SUPERVISORS BOOST MORONGO VALLEY, A VACANCY AND AN APPOINTMENT

At yesterday’s meeting of the Board of Supervisors in San Bernardino, county leadership dispatched several items of business relevant to our Morongo Basin. Assignment reporter Mike Lipsitz has a rundown… It should come as a big relief to Morongo Valley residents to learn that county supervisors agreed to loan a

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SUPERVISORS OK TRAILS IN JOSHUA TREE’S SECTION 6, PIONEERTOWN WATER INTER-CONNECTION PIPELINE

Two items from the consent agenda of the September 1 meeting of the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors have direct local impact. Reporter Dan Stork says one is about a trail project in Joshua Tree, and the other is about bringing water to Pioneertown… The Board of Supervisors accepted

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MORE DETAIL ON PIONEERTOWN WATER ACTIONS

In a related story, Reporter Mike Lipsitz takes a closer look at how the supervisors’ action could solve a long-running problem with the Pioneertown water supply and service… Folks in Pioneertown who have been working with the county on a plan to bring safe drinking water to the 120

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MANE STREET STAMPEDE LOOKING FOR PIONEERTOWN PERFORMERS

The Mane Street Stampede Wild West Show is looking for volunteers to perform on Saturday afternoons from April until October, 2:30 to 3 p.m., in Pioneertown. They are an all-volunteer, family-oriented, comedy-style gunfighter re-enactment group, dedicated to family values and local children’s charities. They perform in the footsteps of Gene

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WILD WEST REENACTMENT SHOWS THIS WEEKEND IN PIONEERTOWN

Free wild west re-enactment shows are held Saturdays and Sundays in historic Pioneertown. The Mane Street Stampede Wild West Show pokes some fun at how the Old West “could” have been with their own twist on comedy, each Saturday at 2:15 until 3:00 p.m. in front of the Pioneer bowl

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MOTORCYCLIST CRASHES ON PIONEERTOWN ROAD

A motorcycle rider was injured when he lost control in Pioneertown Saturday. According to County Fire Captain Ed Noble, Yucca Valley rescue personnel were called to the crash site on Pioneertown Road about 4:30 p.m. The unidentified male rider lost control just at the southern entrance to Pioneertown and

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CHP LOOKING FOR HELP IN LOCATING HIT AND RUN DRIVER

The California Highway Patrol is asking for help in finding the driver involved in a hit-and-run that hospitalized a man. According to the CHP, Paul Paddock, 22, of Twentynine Palms, was sitting on the ground in front of Pappy and Harriet’s in Pioneertown about 2 a.m. Sunday, June 28, with

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ONE HOME LOST, EVACUATIONS LIFTED, LAKE FIRE OVER 30,000 ACRES

One home burned, as well as three outbuildings, were confirmed burned in the Lake Fire this weekend. The home and outbuildings, owned by Diane Best on Burns Canyon Road, burned Wednesday when the illegal drone flying in the area grounded all the firefighting aircraft with fire retardant and water. Sheriff’s

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BURNS CANYON AND RIMROCK EVACUATED, THE LATEST ON THE LAKE FIRE

The San Bernardino County Fire Department ordered mandatory evacuations of Burns Canyon and the Rimrock areas about 10:00 p.m. last night. Pioneertown is now under a voluntary evacuation. Residents are concerned about the huge plumes of smoke coming from the Lake Fire near Morongo Valley and Pioneertown. A U.S. Forest

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MANDATORY EVACUATIONS ORDER FOR BURNS CANYON, RIMROCK AREAS

UPDATED AT 7 A.M. 6-25-15

The San Bernardino County Fire Department

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FIREFIGHTERS SAY “DON’T PANIC” OVER LAKE FIRE

Firefighters working on the 17,400-acre Lake Fire are optimistic; only 100 acres were added to the burn area Monday, and it’s now 30 percent contained. “The fire’s progressed actually very slowly. It hasn’t moved that much.” U.S. Forest Service Public Information Officer Chon Bribiescas explained why residents shouldn’t panic about

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GROWTH OF LAKE FIRE SLOWED SIGNIFICANTLY OVER WEEKEND

The growth of the Lake Fire in the San Bernardino National Forest slowed significantly over the weekend. After exploding to 10,000 acres in the first full day of the fire, the fire is now at 17,000 acres, or about 26 square miles, and is 19 percent contained. Nearly 2,000 firefighters

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MANE STREET STAMPEDE WILD WEST SHOW LOOKING FOR PERFORMERS

The Mane Street Stampede Wild West Show of Pioneertown, is looking for a few good volunteer ladies and gentlemen actors to perform with them through October from 2:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. in Pioneertown. They are an all-volunteer, family-oriented, professional gunfight reenactment group, dedicated to family values. Proceeds from the

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TWENTYNINE PALMS HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1965 PLANS REUNION

The Twentynine Palms High School Class of 1965 is looking for alumni and people interested in their 50 year reunion. The event is set for the weekend of June 12 and 13 at Pappy and Harriet’s in Pioneertown. If you want to go or know of someone, or for more

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WOOF WALK RAISES $9700 FOR NO-KILL ANIMAL SHELTER

The 4th annual Woof Walk in Pioneertown raised almost $9,700 March 28 for the Morongo Basin’s no-kill animal shelter in Joshua Tree. President Mimi Mitz said the highlight of the auction was a cruise. Special thanks go to auctioneers Steve Kanold and Lalo Alvarez, and the Reverend Tom Ziegert, Pappy

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