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Listen To Your News Thursday, April 8, 2010 News Archive
     

MORONGO VALLEY MAN SOUGHT AFTER DOGS LEFT OUT ON CHAINS DIE
A Morongo Valley man is being sought after his landlord said he left two dogs chained up until they died...
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71 YEAR OLD CITED FOR HITTING HIS SON
A 71-year-old man was cited for hitting his son, when an argument became physical...
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PETITION WOULD REVISE YUCCA VALLEY NATIVE PLANT ORDINANCE
While the Yucca Valley Planning Commission has been dithering for months about a native plant ordinance, local nurseryman Mike Branning is trying to bring some common sense into consideration. Reporter Tami Roleff says Branning has started a petition...
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TWENTYNINE PALMS PLANNING COMMISSION PART 2: ZONING CHANGES
The Twentynine Palms Planning Commission met Tuesday in a meeting that saw discussions on vacation home rentals and some rezoning requests. Reporter Dan Stork broke his report into two parts, yesterday it was vacation home rentals. Today rezoning...
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BIKERS AGAINST CHILD ABUSE PLAN 100 MILE RIDE
Bikers Against Child Abuse, or "BACA," is an international non-profit organization of motorcycle riders who exist to help create a safer environment for abused children...
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COUNTY FIRE ANNOUNCES LOCAL PROMOTIONS
The County Fire Department has announced their latest promotions. Managing Editor Karl Gardner marks those local firefighters affected...
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FREE CONCERT AT LUCKIE PARK IN 29 PALMS SATURDAY
The free spring concerts at Luckie Park in Twentynine Palms kickoff this Saturday evening. Reporter Tami Roleff has your invitation...
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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS RESULTS AND SCHEDULES
The Twentynine Palms High School Co-Ed swim team competed against Xavier Prep at Luckie Park yesterday in their league opener...
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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS SCHEDULES
The Joshua Springs High School boys’ baseball and girls’ softball teams travel away to Lancaster tomorrow versus the Bethel Christian Knights...
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