ONTARIO — A flight from Wuhan, China is scheduled to bring up to 240 U.S. citizens, including nine children, to Ontario International Airport in the U.S. State Department-chartered aircraft sometime Wednesday, said representatives of San Bernardino County in a news release. Read more
TWENTYNINE PALMS — Morongo Unified School District trustees discussed updates to current policies Tuesday morning. Read more
JOSHUA TREE — Homicide detectives and medical examiners are investigating human bones found in or near Joshua Tree National Park around 11:11 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 16. Read more
Letters to the editor
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For the past two decades Twentynine Palms churches and their flocks have been celebrating the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on the holiday that bears the civil rights leader’s name.
I know you Trump haters do not want to hear this, but it is of great importance that you understand why we cannot have a socialist party in the White House.
In 2001 a Republican president took us to war in Afghanistan. It was a just and necessary response to an attack on America. A wealthy son of Saudi Arabia planned, financed and with a group of 19 terrorists, also mostly sons of Saudi Arabia, had killed over 3,000 human beings on American soil…
Upon hearing of the Congress’ GOP representatives and senators signing an amicus brief urging the Supreme Court to reverse Roe v. Wade, I wondered if Paul Cook had signed such a brief as this district’s representative.
The problem is not hard to fix. Changing the mind set of some policy makers will be more difficult than fixing the problem.
JOSHUA TREE -— Lelisa Watson scored early and often as the Copper Mountain Fighting Cacti took on College of the Desert in Inland Empire Athletic Conference play Saturday afternoon. The state’s scoring leader gave the Roadrunners fits all day from inside and out as she tallied a program-reco…
YUCCA VALLEY — The Yucca Valley High School girls soccer team kicked off the second leg of their season Friday night with a home game against Desert Hot Springs High School. The Lady Trojans dominated against the competition and brought home two wins.
JOSHUA TREE — The Yucca Valley varsity girls basketball team beat Twentynine Palms for the first time in nine years Wednesday, wresting out a 77-71 victory in overtime in front of a raucous crowd at the Bell Center at Copper Mountain College.