FREE SUMMER MEAL PROGRAM FOR CHILDREN

Just as learning doesn’t end when school lets out, neither does the need for good nutrition. Managing editor Tami Roleff says a free lunch and breakfast program is available for children during part of the summer…

Morongo Basin children up to age 18 can receive a free breakfast and lunch

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COOK VOTES IN FAVOR OF FINANCIAL CHOICE ACT

Representative Paul Cook of Yucca Valley voted with every other Republican—except one—to pass HR 10, the Financial Choice Act of 2017. No Democrats voted in favor of the bill. The Financial Choice Act rolls back some regulations in the Dodd-Frank Act of 2010, which, Cook said, “imposed significant costs on

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SHAMANISM PROGRAM AT RAINBOW STEW

An upcoming program at Rainbow Stew offers attendees wisdom and guidance from a visiting spiritual leader. Reporter Mike Lipsitz says bring along your drums…

If discovering authentic, Earth-based ways of knowledge and wisdom, presented in a respectful manner, appeals to you, then head to Rainbow Stew for Tales of a

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COMMUNITY CONCERT SUNDAY AT DESERT HILLS PRESBYTERIAN

Desert Hills Presbyterian Church in Yucca Valley continues their concert series. Anne and friends will perform original, eclectic and uplifting songs at the community concert at Desert Hills Presbyterian Church in Yucca Valley. Anne DeMille will be joined by Steve Finley and Bob Garcia on Sunday, June 11 to perform

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HI-DESERT NATURE MUSEUM PRESENTS INTERACTIVE YOUTH EXHIBIT

The Hi-Desert Nature Museum presents, “Conservation Quest” an interactive youth exhibit. With the details, here’s reporter Rebecca Havely…

Learn more about the future of energy at “Conservation Quest.” The interactive exhibits provide an educational experience for visitors of all ages, and are on display at the Hi-Desert Nature museum June

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A DISCUSSION OF SHAMANISM AT RAINBOW STEW SUNDAY

An upcoming program at Rainbow Stew offers attendees wisdom and guidance from a visiting spiritual leader. Reporter Mike Lipsitz says bring along your drums…

If discovering authentic, Earth-based ways of knowledge and wisdom, presented in a respectful manner, appeals to you, then head to Rainbow Stew for Tales of a

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LOCAL PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS HOLD GRADUATION CEREMONIES TONIGHT

Both Yucca Valley and Twentynine Palms High Schools will hold graduation ceremonies tonight. In Twentynine Palms the diplomas will be handed out at 7:30 at Tom Nicoll stadium. All attendees must have a ticket. For information call Twentynine Palms High School at 760-367-9591. For Yucca Valley High School, graduation ceremonies

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COMMUNITY CONCERT SUNDAY AT DESERT HILLS PRESBYTERIAN

Desert Hills Presbyterian Church in Yucca Valley continues their concert series. Reporter Rebecca Havely has the details… Anne and friends will perform original, eclectic and uplifting songs at the community concert at Desert Hills Presbyterian Church in Yucca Valley. Anne DeMille will be joined by Steve Finley and Bob Garcia

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YUCCA VALLEY ARMED ROBBERY SUSPECT ARRESTED

A Yucca Valley man was arrested in connection with a robbery at Payless Shoes last month. On May 21, deputies were called to the Payless Shoe Store in Yucca Valley about 6:30 p.m. for a report of an armed robbery. The clerk told deputies that a man entered the store,

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YUCCA VALLEY TOWN COUNCIL APPROVES $4.2 MILLION SHERIFF CONTRACT

Morongo Unified School District Superintendent Tom Baumgarten talked to the Yucca Valley Town Council last night about his vision for the school district 10 to 20 years in the future. Baumgarten hopes Yucca Valley and the Morongo Basin will work together with the school district to develop programs to train

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YUCCA VALLEY TOWN COUNCIL: TAX LIENS AND SCHOOL ROAD PROJECTS ON AGENDA

Tonight’s meeting of the Yucca Valley Town Council will start with a recognition of Morongo Unified School District Superintendent Tom Baumgarten, followed by recognition of the town’s employees of the year. Managing editor Tami Roleff fills in the rest of the agenda… Following a routine consent agenda, the Yucca Valley

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FREE FOOD GIVEAWAY IN YUCCA VALLEY TOMORROW

The Santa Fe Social Clubhouse in Yucca Valley will distribute surplus food Wednesday, June 7, at 3 p.m. until the food is gone. The distribution will take place at the front of the building where there is sufficient parking. Wear proper attire for the weather and remember there are no

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BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OFFERING THEIR SUMMER PROGRAM

The Boys and Girls Club of the Hi-Desert in Yucca Valley has released details about its summer program. The club offers recreational activities, sports, movies, arts and crafts, cooking classes, reading programs, and science experiments for children ages 5 to 17. In addition, the club will offer teen Community Emergency

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YUCCA VALLEY CHAMBER PLANS INSTALLATION AND AWARDS DINNER

The Yucca Valley Chamber of Commerce will install its new officers and present awards at an Italian Laid-Back Luau. The dinner, featuring antipasto salad, pineapple chutney chicken or pork, roasted veggies, scalloped potatoes, and tiramisu, will be held at the Roost at Hawk’s Landing Golf Course June 29 from 5

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YUCCA VALLEY RECREATION OFFERS VOLLEYBALL CAMP

A volleyball camp is being planned in Yucca Valley starting June 26. Managing editor Tami Roleff tells girls from sixth to 10th grade how to apply… The Town of Yucca Valley and the Yucca Valley High School Lady Trojan Volleyball Team are holding a summer volleyball camp for girls entering

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YUCCA VALLEY MAN ACCUSED OF CHILD ABUSE

A Yucca Valley man was arrested Thursday, accused of giving a boy a black eye. According to a Sheriff’s report, deputies were called to the 3700 block of Lucerne Vista in Yucca Valley about 11:15 a.m. because a boy there had a black eye. The boy said Reuben Kimball, 36,

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ROAD WORK IN THE MORONGO BASIN THIS WEEK

The California Department of Transportation will be performing road work on the Morongo Grade, and on State Route 247 all this week. Caltrans will be repairing guardrails on the Morongo Grade from the county line to Indian Canyon Avenue today through next Monday, June 12, from 9 until 3. In

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FREE BREAD IN YUCCA VALLEY TODAY AND EVERY MONDAY

The Santa Fe Social Clubhouse will hold a bread distribution every Monday from 11:00 a.m. until it runs out. Santa Fe Social Clubhouse is located at 56020 Santa Fe Trail, Suite M, in Yucca Valley. For more information, call 760-369-4057.

BOARD MEMBERS SOUGHT FOR COMMUNITY ACTION PARTNERSHIP

The Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino County is looking for new members to serve on its board of directors. The Community Action Partnership is a non-profit organization that serves over 800,000 low-income residents through programs such as Energy, Education, and Environmental Services, Family Development Program, Volunteer Income Tax Assistance,

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REGISTRATION FOR YUCCA VALLEY SWIM LESSON OPENS JUNE 5

Registration is open now for swim lessons in Yucca Valley. Managing Editor Tami Roleff shares how to sign up… The Town of Yucca Valley aquatic programs will begin Monday, June 19, at the community pool at the high school on Sage Avenue. Swim lessons are held in the morning; each

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