COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE FOUNDATION FALL DINNER

The Copper Mountain College Foundation will host its annual fall dinner October 25 in the brand new Christine Proudfoot Student Activity Center, as part of the center’s dedication ceremony. The theme this year is Jewel in the Desert, An Archeological Dig. Tickets are $75 per person, or help sponsor a

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BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB AUCTION

“Blue and White” is the theme of this year’s annual live and silent auction for the Boys and Girls Club of the Hi-Desert. The event, set for Friday, November 14, will feature fine wine tasting, gourmet hors d’ouevres, decadent desserts, and an art gallery. A social hour, tasting, and shopping

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YUCCA VALLEY MAN COMPETES IN WORLD ARM WRESTLING

Arm wrestling is international. Catlin Logan says a local man has made his mark…

Jeremy Petruncio, a twenty-nine year old Yucca Valley resident, has recently competed in the World Arm Wrestling Federation in Lithuania. He qualified and received sponsorship when he won at the Team USA Nationals in Reno, back

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OLD WOMAN SPRINGS RANCH FIELD TRIP

Way out on Old Woman Springs Road is Old Woman Springs Ranch. Cassie Zimarik invites you to take a close look at the Ranch tomorrow…

On October 19 at noon, the Morongo Basin Historical Society will be hosting their exclusive Old Woman Springs Ranch field trip. This is a rare

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Z107.7 NEWS MAKES ENDORSEMENTS FOR LOCAL ELECTED OFFICES

With some 33 candidates running for 15 open seats on local councils and boards, today, Z107.7 News makes our endorsements. These endorsements represent the views of the entire Z107.7 editorial board, not just the news director. For Congress there was no question, local resident Paul Cook has done an exemplary

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FREE SURPLUS FOOD DISTRIBUTION FRIDAY

The third Monday of October is the day for most of the monthly distributions of surplus federal food in the Morongo Basin. Reporter Dan Stork has the times and places… The Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino will distribute surplus food to low-income residents of the Morongo Basin Monday, October

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PIONEER DAYS ROAD CLOSURES TOMORROW MORNING

The Twentynine Palms Chamber of Commerce is holding the 2014 Pioneer Days Parade on October 18, at 10:00 a.m. State Route 62 (Hwy 62) will be closed from 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. between Oasis Avenue and National Park Drive. Commuter traveling east will be diverted via Oasis Avenue, left

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WE REVIEW “BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS” BY ST. JOSEPH’S PLAYERS

The St. Joseph’s Players in Yucca Valley are performing “Brighton Beach Memoirs,” the first in a coming-of-age, semi-autobiographical trilogy by Neil Simon. It’s 1937 in Brooklyn, New York, and the Jerome family—parents Jack and Kate, and sons Stanley and Eugene—have welcomed Kate’s widowed sister Blanche and her two daughters, Nora

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BLOOD DRIVE IN YUCCA VALLEY TOMORROW

Desert Blood Services will conduct a community blood drive on Saturday, October 17, at Wal-mart in Yucca Valley from 11 to 3. Donors will receive incentives. In addition, Desert Blood Services now offers donors free cholesterol screening with every blood donation. Those aged 18 to 44 years may register for

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BOXOHOUSE EXHIBITION IN JOSHUA TREE TOMORROW

A special art exhibition in Joshua Tree tomorrow. Reporter Taylor Thacker says come to the BoxoHOUSE…

Artist Heather L. Johnson, who travelled around the United States creating artwork that represented the beautiful sights she saw, will be presenting her artwork at an exhibition on Saturday, October 18, at the BoxoHOUSE

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SCULPTURE CLASS FOR KIDS AT HI-DESERT NATURE MUSEUM SATURDAY

The Hi-Desert Nature Museum will offer a sculpture class for children Saturday as part of its Kid Ed-Ventures series. Children will be taught the basics of sculpture, and will be able to take home a creatively designed creature. The free class starts at 10:30 at the museum in Yucca Valley.

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WILDERNESS SOCIETY HIKES WHITEWATER CANYON TOMORROW

With an eye to the potential environmental impact of the Desert Renewable Energy Conservation Plan, the Wilderness Society is planning to spotlight 12 California desert treasures in upcoming tours. Reporter Dan Stork tells about one scheduled for the Whitewater Canyon area tomorrow… Matt Jatovsky, a former ranger at the Mojave

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STAR PARTY AT SKY’S THE LIMIT TOMORROW

Sky’s the Limit will host a star party Saturday, October 18. The star party will start at the Twentynine Palms observatory about 6:45 p.m. and end about 2:00 a.m. The focus of the star party will be large spiral galaxies and brilliant globular clusters. Bring binoculars, telescopes, water, snacks, chairs,

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LEGO CHALLENGE IN TWENTYNINE PALMS SUNDAY

How creative can you get with Lego bricks? Reporter Caitlin Logan says you can show your stuff off during Pioneer Days in Twentynine Palms… As part of this year’s Pioneer Day celebration in Twentynine Palms, there will be a Lego design challenge, at 1 p.m. on Sunday, October 19, in

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SIGN-UPS FOR TRI-VALLEY LITTLE LEAGUE

The Tri-Valley Little League is now registering boys and girls ages 4 to 16 for the 2015 season. Discounts are available for three or more children in a household, or if players are registered October 18 or October 25. Registration will be held in the Yucca Room of the Yucca

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OLD TIMERS GATHER TOMORROW

The annual old-timers gathering, a Pioneer days tradition in Twentynine Palms, is set for tomorrow. Reporter Taylor Thacker has your invitation… Join the Twentynine Palms Historical Society for the Old Timers Gathering on Saturday, October 18, from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Old Schoolhouse Museum in Twentynine Palms. The

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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS

In high school sports today, the Yucca Valley High School girls’ volleyball team will participate in the Nike Tournament of Champions.

In high school football, the Yucca Valley High School Trojan football team will host Rancho Mirage High School at home. The Twentynine Palms High School Wildcat football team will

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FAMILY OF WOMAN KILLED IN TWENTYNINE PALMS RAISING BURIAL FUNDS

The family of a woman killed in Twentynine Palms is trying to raise funds. Agnes Quitano, 19, who graduated from High School in Guam in 2013, was six months pregnant when she was killed in Twentynine Palms Thursday evening, October 9. The fetus also did not survive. “We lost them

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HI-DESERT MEDICAL CENTER BOARD CANDIDIATES EXPRESS SIMILAR VIEWS

In a crisp event that ran barely an hour, the three candidates for two open seats on the Board of Directors of the Hi-Desert Memorial Healthcare District showed little substantive difference in their responses during a forum on Wednesday night. Reporter Dan Stork gives a snapshot of what was said…

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AARON’S FINED OVER $28 MILLION IN SETTLEMENT

The state on Monday announced a $28.4 million settlement with Aaron’s, Inc., the nation’s second largest rent-to-own business, to resolve allegations the company violated California consumer protection and privacy laws. Aaron’s has a store in the Von’s Center in Yucca Valley. “Aaron’s concealed its illegal privacy and business practices from

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