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Listen To Your News Thursday, September 3, 2009 News Archive
     

SKY’S THE LIMIT ASKS FOR HELP IDENTIFYING ATV VANDALS
Sky’s The Limit, the non-profit organization dedicated to building an Observatory and Nature Center adjacent to Joshua Tree National Park in Twentynine Palms, is asking for the public’s help in identifying ATV riders who vandalized the site...
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COURTS TO CLOSE ONE WEDNESDAY EACH MONTH
San Bernardino County superior courts, including our own in Joshua Tree, will be closed one Wednesday every month because of the state budget cuts...
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DMV CLOSED TOMORROW
The Department of Motor Vehicles will be closed Friday under the state’s mandatory furloughs...
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SCHOOLS TOLD TO GET READY FOR H1N1 FLU
California schools are being told to prepare for an expected outbreak of the H1N1 flu. Managing Editor Karl Gardner got information from Governor Schwarzenegger...
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COUNTY SCHOOLS SEE IMPROVEMENT IN GRADUATION TEST SCORES
County students showed slight improvements in math and English scores, according to California High School Exit Exam results released Wednesday by the California Department of Education...
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AN EDITORIAL OPINION ABOUT LEAVING PETS IN HOT CARS
Reporter Tami Roleff is an unabashed animal lover with her own brood of beautiful golden retrievers. Nothing makes her blood boil more than people who abuse their animals, even unknowingly. With an editorial opinion, here is Tami...
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2 ARRESTED AFTER TORCHING CAR FOR INSURANCE
2 people were arrested for insurance fraud after burning their car on Sunfair Dry Lake...
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THREE SOUGHT IN PURSE AND ATM CARD THEFT
Three suspects are being sought after sealing cash and an ATM card from a woman’s purse...
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COMMUNITY BAND BEING FORMED
A Twentynine Palms man is working on forming a community band in the Morongo basin. Reporter Desiree Weston put out the call for musicians...
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TRI-CHAMBER MIXER TONIGHT TO UNVEIL THEATER 29 SEASON
Please come to a special Tri-Chamber event Hosted by the Yucca Valley, Twentynine Palms, and Joshua Tree Chamber of Commerce tonight...
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HALLOWEEN HAUNT AUDITIONS AT THEATER 29 MONDAY AND TUESDAY
Theatre 29 is already starting to plan for their big Halloween Haunt event. Reporter Tami Roleff says auditions will be held this Monday and Tuesday...
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MORONGO BASIN TRANSIT AUTHORITY EXTENDS CALL FOR ARTISTS
The Morongo Basin Transit Authority, the MBTA, has extended its recent "Call for Artists" deadline to September 16 for submitting applications to create a public art installation for the Twentynine Palms Transit Center, an open-air bus loading and transfer station at the corner of Adobe Road and Cactus Avenue...
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JOSHUA TREE LIBRARY LOOKING FOR BOOK DONATIONS
The Joshua Tree library is looking for your donations of books and other materials. Reporter Dan Stork tells us why...
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BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT AT LA CONTENTA MIDDLE SCHOOL
La Contenta Middle School has scheduled their Back-to-School Night for Thursday, September 3rd from 6:00 – 7:45 p.m...
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LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
The Yucca Valley High School Trojan Co-Ed Cross County team kicks off the 2009-2010 local high school sports season...
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