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Tuesday, February 10, 2009

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STORM LEAVES HUNDREDS WITHOUT POWER
A weather related power outage left hundreds of Twentynine Palms homes in the dark early Monday morning.
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MILITARY PATROLMAN PULLS CIVILIAN VEHICLE OVER IN TWENTYNINE PALMS
Marine Base officials are saying a Military Base civilian patrolman was out of his jurisdiction when he pulled over a civilian vehicle in the city of 29 Palms yesterday.
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SHERIFF RESCUES LOST DIRT BIKERS AT JOHNSON VALLEY OFF-ROAD AREA
Sheriff's deputies rescued four dirt bike riders who got lost in the rain Monday while riding near Lucerne Valley.
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CITIZEN INVOLVEMENT IN MASTER PLAN, PLASTIC BAGS AT TWENTYNINE PALMS CITY COUNCIL
The Twentynine Palms City Council will consider taking citizen input on their new master plan among other items tonight. Managing Editor Karl Gardner takes a closer look at the agenda.
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COUNTY LOOKS AT 8% DEPARTMENT CUTS AND FURLOUGHS FOR EMPLOYEES
San Bernardino County is facing the same financial struggle as we all are, bigger bills and less cash coming in.
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HI DESERT MEDICAL CENTER BOARD TO APPROVE EMPLOYEE CODE OF CONDUCT
The Hi-Desert Medical Center Board of Directors meet tonight. Reporter Tami Roleff says the hospital board will look at a code of conduct.
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JOSHUA TREE CLEAN TEAM NEAR FRIENDLY HILLS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TOMORROW, VOLUNTEERS SOUGHT [AUDIO ONLY]

ASSEMBLYMAN COOK SLAMS STATE BUDGETARY DYSFUNCTION
With the State of California melting down because of a partisan deadlock in Sacramento, State Assemblyman Paul Cook of Yucca Valley had some strong words. Managing Editor Karl Gardner was there when Cook made his remarks at Saturday’s Miss Yucca Valley Pageant.
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JOSHUA BASIN WATER DISTRICT SPECIAL MEETING TOMORROW MORNING
The Joshua Basin Water District Board of Directors will be in session Wednesday morning, during a special workshop meeting being held at district offices on Chollita Road starting at 9.
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YUCCA VALLEY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE WORKSHOP TOMORROW: HOW TO START A BUSINESS
The Yucca Valley Chamber and the Town are combining forces to explain how to open a business tomorrow. Reporter Tami Roleff tells you how to participate.
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YUCCA VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR STUDENT AND PARENT NIGHT TONIGHT [AUDIO ONLY]

YUCCA VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS BASKETBALL FALLS TO SULTANA
The Yucca Valley Lady Trojans basketball team couldn't overcome a cold shooting third quarter and fell to Sultana High School Monday night 63-51 in a non-league game in Hesperia.
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AN EDITORIAL OPINION ABOUT STATE BUDGET DEADLINE RULES
The dysfunctional state of California is in a financial meltdown, no budget for 8 months in spite of a law that says the legislature must have a budget in place. Today Z107-7 reporter Dan Stork offers this editorial opinion.
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