HI-DESERT WATER BOARD TAKES UP PERSONNEL MATTERS TONIGHT

The Hi-Desert Water District Board of Directors will hold a regular meeting tonight. Managing editor Tami Roleff fills in what’s on tonight’s agenda… Among the items on the agenda for tonight’s meeting of the Hi-Desert Water District board of directors, the board will be asked to upgrade job titles and

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YUCCA VALLEY AIRPORT DISTRICT BOARD MEETS TONIGHT

Among the items the Yucca Valley Airport District Board of Directors will discuss at their meeting tonight (Wednesday, February 14) is a progress report on the Yucca Valley Airport Day. Under new business, directors will prioritize new projects and improvements; and be asked to authorize the use of land owned

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KANGAROO RATS AT NOON, FLORA AT 6: TWO LECTURES IN YUCCA VALLEY TOMORROW

The Hi-Desert Nature Museum’s brown bag lunch lecture tomorrow focuses on the endangered San Bernardino kangaroo rat. Reporter Tanisha Cureton has the details… Geary Hund, a senior scientist for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, will lead the brown bag lunch lecture on February 15. The discussion will include survival

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YUCCA VALLEY MAN WILL FACE MURDER CHARGES FOR DEATH OF ONE-YEAR-OLD BOY

The one-year-old victim of Saturday’s attempted murder has died. According to Sheriff’s Captain Trevis Newport, paramedics were called to the 55500 block of 29 Palms Highway sometime Saturday for an ill child. The boy was taken to Hi-Desert Medical Center with unspecified injuries and then flown to Loma Linda Medical

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MAN ARRESTED FOR ATTEMPTED MURDER OF 1-YEAR-OLD BOY

A Yucca Valley man was arrested Sunday, accused of attempted murder of a one-year-old child. According to Sheriff’s Captain Trevis Newport, paramedics were called to the 55500 block of 29 Palms Highway sometime Saturday for an ill child. The boy was taken to Hi-Desert Medical Center with unspecified injuries and

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YUCCA VALLEY PLANNING COMMISSION LOOKS AT ACCESSORY STRUCTURES TONIGHT

The Yucca Valley Planning Commission meets tonight. Managing editor Tami Roleff says accessory structures like casitas, guest houses, garages, and workshops are on the agenda again… Among the items on the agenda for tonight’s meeting of the Yucca Valley Planning Commission, commissioners will once again be considering the issue of

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A VALENTINE’S LECTURE ABOUT CELESTIAL BODIES TOMORROW

The Morongo Basin Historical Society’s Second Wednesday Lecture series tomorrow is titled “Myths and Stories About Constellations,” and is presented by Dr. Catherine Svehla. Hear a few traditional stories from cultures near and far about some familiar constellations. The lecture is at the Hi-Desert Nature Museum in Yucca Valley. The

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CHRISTIAN GIRLS CLUB HAS AN INVITATION

A Christian girls’ club is starting its 15th year at a church in Yucca Valley. Reporter Rebecca Havely tells you how your girls can join in on the fun… Girls in kindergarten through eighth grade are invited to join the Girls’ Club at the United Methodist Church in Yucca Valley.

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HI-DESERT WATER DISTRICT TO OFFER FREE TOURS

Hi-Desert Water District will host a series of free tours of the water district and sewer project. Managing editor Tami Roleff tells you how to sign up…

The Hi-Desert Water District’s World of Water tour will provide the public with the insight as to what it takes to deliver water

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RAINBOW STEW MEDIUMSHIP

Rainbow Stew is offering a class in mediumship. Reporter Eric Knabe fill us in…

A class in mediumship facilitated by the Reverend Carol Reed will be held on Saturday, February 17, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Rainbow Stew. This class is one in a series of classes for

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REP. COOK VOTES FOR BIPARTISAN BUDGET AGREEMENT

Rep. Paul Cook this week voted for the Bipartisan Budget Act to keep the federal government running for another two years. In a press release, Cook described the act, passed late Wednesday, as a “bipartisan, bicameral agreement that ensures America’s Armed Forces have the necessary resources to maintain military readiness.”

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HELP SEND OUR KIDS TO WASHINGTON RADIOTHON TODAY

Join us live today for the “Send Our Kids to Washington” radiothon here on Z107.7. The radiothon is to raise money to send the Yucca Valley High School Select Choir on a once-in-a-lifetime Spring performance tour of Washington, D.C. Choir Director Bill Barrett says the students will perform for wounded

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SOUND BATH AT RAINBOW STEW SUNDAY

Rainbow Stew in Yucca Valley will hold a sound bath tomorrow. Reporter Andrew Dieleman gets out his pillow and pad… Feel good from the inside out with a sound bath. Rainbow Stew will hold a sound bath using quartz crystal bowls, Tibetan prayer bells, song pods, and more. Bring a

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RADIOTHON FOR YUCCA VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL SELECT CHOIR TOMORROW

If you believe, like we do, that “travel is the best form of education,” join us for the Z107.7 “Send Our Kids to Washington” Radiothon February 10. With your help, this is one delegation guaranteed to bring some harmony to our nation’s capital. Reporter Mike Lipsitz explains…

They call it

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MORONGO BASIN CONSERVATION ASSOCIATION 49 TH ANNUAL MEETING TOMORROW

Each year at its annual meeting the Morongo Basin Conservation Association, or MBCA, briefly looks back, looks ahead, and offers a free educational program. The next annual meeting, their 49 th , is this Saturday, February 10. The program is on arid lands; reporter Mike Lipsitz says it will be

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A BUSY WEEKEND AT RAINBOW STEW IN YUCCA VALLEY

A busy weekend at Rainbow Stew. Rainbow Stew in Yucca Valley will hold a sound bath on Sunday. Reporter Andrew Dieleman gets out his pillow and pad…

Feel good from the inside out with a sound bath. Rainbow Stew will hold a sound bath using quartz crystal bowls, Tibetan prayer

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A MOVIE AT THE YUCCA VALLEY LIBRARY TOMORROW MORNING

For the next two Saturdays, the Yucca Valley Library will host a family movie program at 10 a.m. Reporter Eric Knabe has the cinematic details…

The Yucca Valley Library invites you to attend its family movie program. A different movie will be shown the next two Saturdays at 10 a.m.

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RED DRESS PINS SUPPORTS WOMEN’S HEART HEALTH

Heart disease is the number one killer of women in the United States. Hearts of Yucca Valley has been raising funds since 1966 that go to first responders and community heart health support groups in the Morongo Basin. Managing editor Tami Roleff says that during the month of February, which

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YUCCA VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS RESULTS AND SCHEDULES

The Yucca Valley High School Lady Trojan basketball team traveled to Desert Mirage High School last night and came home with a 67-26 De Anza League win over the host Rams in Thermal.

Coach Jess Geeson said freshman Sara Mills paced the team with a game-high 23 points, while

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CORONER IDENTIFIES TWO FOUND DEAD IN SEPARATE INCIDENTS

The coroner’s office has released the identification of two people who were found dead in separate incidents in December. The transient whose body was in Bucklin Park about 6:30 a.m. December 21 has been identified as Ricky Stafford, 59. The coroner’s deputy said that they have not been able to

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