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Former Yucca Valley Town Councilwoman Lori Herbel, who served a single term on the council from 2006 until 2010, said she is running to regain a position her position to "address the concerns of the people and the business community by holding quarterly open Town Hall community meetings and to encourage the growth of local small businesses by making it the town's primary goal to understand expectations and assist in making the permitting process easy." If elected, Herbel said she would "examine the annual budget line-by-line to justify all expenditures and restore the Hi-Desert Nature Museum to full service and honor its past contributions to community education and cultural activities."
Friday | KCDZ 107.7 FM
The third Monday of September is the day for most of the monthly distributions of surplus federal food in the Morongo Basin.
Friday Sep 12 | KCDZ 107.7 FM
Make plans to be at the gala announcement of the Theatre 29 2015 season, hosted by the three Morongo Basin Chambers of Commerce, this Wednesday. Reporter Taylor Thacker says those in attendance get the first crack at season ticketsa The Yucca Valley, Joshua Tree and Twentynine Palms Chambers of Commerce join Theatre 29 to unveil the theater's 2015 season Wednesday.
Yucca Valley's Pretty Boy Chad Mayes breaks tradition and shatters Sacramento's campaign record for SLEAZE by gouging participants an astounding $1,500 for a cup of java! [Local Yucca Valley Pretty Boy Chad Mayes , the unpopular candidate running for for the 42nd Assembly race, believes he is shoe-in to become with the extremist wing in the Assembly. Lobbiest are going to love this small town Pretty Boy.
Yucca Valley's St. Joseph's players, now in rehearsal for "Brighton Beach Memoirs" will serve up some good food as a fund-raiser Saturday. Reporter Cassie Zimarik gets out the napkinsa On Saturday, September 13, from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. the cast of "Brighton Beach Memoirs" will serve a BBQ Dinner to raise funds to expand the small 50 seat audience space to 80 by elevating rear seating in the venue.
A Yucca Valley man was arrested Wednesday afternoon, accused of selling drugs, and on a DUI warrant. According to a Sheriff's warrant, deputies went to a home in the 7400 block of Church Street about 1:30 to arrest Michael Bagshaw, 55, who has a $100,000 warrant for his arrest for violating his probation for a DUI conviction in 2010.
Gina Orban, was sworn in on Tuesday after filing her paperwork with the San Bernardino Registrar of Voters. As a successful contractor for over 20 years and 30 years of projective management she will bring experience and knowledge of mulit-million dollar projects as a Director to oversee the large sewer project and keep costs down.
NEEDLES >> County firefighters rescued five people who became trapped near Vidal Junction on Monday when fast moving floodwater surrounded the car they were traveling in. Shortly after 8:00 p.m. Monday, firefighters received the call that flash flooding had stranded hundreds of motorists and trapped the victims in a 20-mile stretch of Highway 62. San Bernardino County firefighters from Big River, Needles and Yucca Valley - along with swiftwater rescue teams - saved the trapped people using a “Tension Diagonal” rope rescue, fire officials said.
If you are over 65 years old, the local CHP wants to help you brush up on your driving skills. Reporter Cassie Zimarik says attend the "Age Well, Drive Smart" classes offered in Yucca Valley and Twentynine Palmsa Morongo Basin area drivers age 65 and older are invited to attend one of the upcoming "Age Well, Drive Smart" classes offered by the California Highway Patrol.
In July, the State Water Resources Control Board formally adopted emergency regulations as a result of one of the worst droughts in California history. These regulations went into effect on July 28, 2014, and will remain in effect for 270 days.
Girls in kindergarten through eighth grade are invited to join the girls' club at the United Methodist Church in Yucca Valley. The club, Girls Everywhere Meeting the Savior, or GEMS, meets from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on the second and fourth Tuesday evenings.
A Yucca Valley man was arrested Thursday evening after he threatened to kill his brother with a knife. According to the Sheriff's department, Albert Runyon, 43, was trying to break into a home in the 55300 block of Santa Fe Trail about 6:45 p.m. yesterday.
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Updated: Fri Sep 12, 2014 11:22 pm
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