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Archaeopalooza celebrates archeology month at Copper Mountain College

Archaeopalooza celebrates archeology month at Copper Mountain College

Robert HaydonSep 26, 20222 min read

Archaeopalooza is a great event to teach young people about the science of archaeology and the Native Americans who live in the Southern California deserts. It is also a tribute to the Desert Institute’s rock art instructor, Daniel McCarthy, who…

Barricades Go Up at Covington Park

Barricades Go Up at Covington Park

Gabriel HartSep 26, 20221 min read

A number of bright orange barricades have been placed at the overflow parking at Covington Park in Morongo Valley, if you’re wondering what’s keeping you from parking under the shade of the Tamerisk trees there. Keeping to their promise from…

Yucca Valley Senior Center Wins Chili Cook-Off at Center for Healthy Generations

Yucca Valley Senior Center Wins Chili Cook-Off at Center for Healthy Generations

Gary DaigneaultSep 26, 20221 min read

The Center for Healthy Generations held their annual Chili-Cookoff fundraising event on Saturday (September 24). Z1077’s own Gary Daigneualt emceed the event, which included samplings of the best chili around and an auction. The winner of the chili cook-off was…

Giant Rock cleaned up on National Public Lands Day – Photos + Story

Giant Rock cleaned up on National Public Lands Day – Photos + Story

Gabriel HartSep 26, 20222 min read

On Saturday (Sept. 24), dozens of local volunteers descended on Giant Rock in Landers to help clean the popular landmark in honor of National Public Lands Day. Armed with industrial trash bags and gloves, over fifty local volunteers met at…

Cemetery Puts Out Call for Altars for their Dia De Los Muertos Event

Cemetery Puts Out Call for Altars for their Dia De Los Muertos Event

Robert HaydonSep 26, 20221 min read

The Twentynine Palms Cemetery District is celebrating Dia de los Muertos with a public event, but they need the help of artists from the community. During Dia de los Muertos, the traditional Mexican celebration of the dead, loved ones are…

Twentynine Palms High School Football Shuts out Desert Mirage

Twentynine Palms High School Football Shuts out Desert Mirage

Z107.7 NewsSep 26, 20221 min read

The Twentynine Palms High School Varsity Wildcats Football Team traveled to Desert Mirage Friday night (September 23) and shut out the Rams by a score of 40 to 0. The offense had a slow start, but after going up to…

Yucca Valley High School Football Shuts Out Desert Hot Springs

Yucca Valley High School Football Shuts Out Desert Hot Springs

Z107.7 NewsSep 26, 20221 min read

The Varsity Trojan Football Team traveled to Desert Hot Springs Friday night (September 23) and shut out the Eagles 42 to 0. The Trojans had 430 yards of offense with a running clock in the fourth quarter. Michael Ramos threw…

“Cholla Needles” explores our deserts through young writers and poets

“Cholla Needles” explores our deserts through young writers and poets

Robert HaydonSep 25, 20222 min read

Thursday marked the first day of Autumn – bringing some cooler weather and encouraging many to get back outside to explore the deserts that surround us. If you are looking for something to take along on your next hike -…

Theatre 29 auditions for “The Great American Trailer Park Christmas Musical” October 2nd

Theatre 29 auditions for “The Great American Trailer Park Christmas Musical” October 2nd

Charlie ThomasSep 25, 20221 min read

Theatre 29’s upcoming production of “Puffs” is only a few weeks away, the hard-working performers announce auditions for their holiday musical. Arts & Entertainment Reporter Charlie Thomas tells you how to spend the holidays in the Florida Panhandle… Theatre 29…

Two Suspects Arrested After an Assault and Robbery in 29 Palms 

Two Suspects Arrested After an Assault and Robbery in 29 Palms 

Z107.7 NewsSep 24, 20222 min read

Two suspects have been taken into custody after an armed robbery at a Twentynine Palms Motel. According to the Sheriff’s Department, Wednesday (September 21) at about 10:07 a.m., deputies responded to reports of a man assaulted at Motel 6. Investigators…

No Fees at Joshua Tree National Park for National Public Lands Day

No Fees at Joshua Tree National Park for National Public Lands Day

Robert HaydonSep 24, 20221 min read

Today is National Public Lands Day – and if you are lucky enough to be listening to this in the beautiful morongo basin then you are in the perfect place to celebrate as Joshua Tree National Park has free admission…

Mojaveland mini golf returns this weekend

Mojaveland mini golf returns this weekend

Robert HaydonSep 24, 20221 min read

Hi-desert mini golf is back with the Mojaveland mini-golf pop-up in Twentynine Palms this Saturday and Sunday from Noon to 4PM.Bring the whole family – including the dog – to play a unique a round of putt-putt golf on a…

Desert Run returns for 42nd year – off road fun for all ages

Desert Run returns for 42nd year – off road fun for all ages

Robert HaydonSep 24, 20221 min read

The Morongo Basin Search and Rescue is putting on the 42nd annual Desert Run on Saturday October 1st. The Desert Run is a family event that takes place around the Means dry lake in Johnson Valley – but it’s not…

Miracle League of the Desert wants everyone to be able to play Baseball

Miracle League of the Desert wants everyone to be able to play Baseball

Robert HaydonSep 24, 20221 min read

The Miracle League of the Desert provides children and adults with special needs an opportunity to play baseball on a specially designed field right here in the hi desert. Registration for the Fall league has already started, but you can…

“Saging the World” free screening and panel at Harrison House tonight

“Saging the World” free screening and panel at Harrison House tonight

Robert HaydonSep 24, 20221 min read

There is a free film screening at the Harrison House in Joshua Tree. Jef Harmatz joins us with a closer look at the event. The short documentary film “Saging the World” explores the trend of using white sage to purify…