JOSHUA TREE — Eric Branske said his longtime friend, Rafael Ari Aikens, approached him after an early-morning formation for their platoon aboard the combat center on March 24, 2017. Branske and Aikens were Marines who both lived in barracks building 1412. Their platoon had just come back fro… Read more
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Trump continues to be a liar and a racist. For two years he has ramped up attacks on the Latino population. His puppets are encouraged and mimic his lack of character and integrity. Heck, he or his supporters couldn’t spell “honesty.”
We need someone like Donald Trump
The Theatre 29 cast and crew gave us yet another performance so laudable that even St. Genesius and Tennessee Williams side-by-side up there in Heaven applauded.
In November of 2013, we adopted a little dog from the town animal shelter. We named her Foxy. She had been adopted two times and returned before she found her forever home with us. Foxy and my husband immediately bonded on their long walks together twice a day, total six miles. She loved to …
Schools will soon be filled with students again.
YUCCA VALLEY — Officers of the law will go from badge carriers to ball carriers as they play a football tournament at 7 p.m. Friday at Trojan Field, 7600 Sage Ave.
JOSHUA TREE — Copper Mountain College was host to a basketball shooting clinic called the Pro Shot Shooting System Tuesday night. Owner/director Matt Williamson travels the country teaching professional techniques to kids.
YUCCA VALLEY –– The Yucca Valley Lobos Youth Football & Cheer teams began their first practices of the 2019-’20 season this week, prepping for their competition season, which begins on Sept. 7.