YUCCA VALLEY — The Hi-Desert Water District is prepping for the first flush for the sewer project and on Wednesday afternoon, the board of directors set strict fines for property owners who hook up to the sewer before their allotted time. Read more
PIONEERTOWN — The Gunfighters For Hire group opened their season last weekend with a wild west show and a check presentation of $500 to Happy Trails Children’s Foundation Director Joel “Dutch” Dortch. The foundation manages a 44-bed facility for abused boys. Read more
Letters to the editor
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I am writing to you, regarding the house on La Luna Avenue. In my neighborhood, between Montoya Road and Two Mile Road there is a house on Two Mile Road. Ever since the owner died in 2007, the house was left abandoned. It’s been a complete eyesore and fire hazard and it’s been broken into so…
The board members of the Center For Healthy Generations want to thank those giving people in our community who helped enormously with the recent rubber ducky fundraiser.
Oh my gosh! When are the Democrats going to stop this crap and get to real work? For three years now, all they have done is bully him and try to impeach this president, even before he took office. They have nothing on him and will find nothing.
Behold! Last night Trump tweeted that impeachment could cause civil war, which would embolden his white nationalist and neo-Nazi sympathizers to consider such a scenario.
Before I’m stoned in the village square for the snippet of my testimony that was quoted (“Airstream hotel gets OK from county,” article published Oct. 5), allow me to reiterate the unquoted portion. Yes, given human inevitabilities I’m reluctantly for smart development (projects that are env…
CATHEDRAL CITY — The Yucca Valley boys and girls cross country teams brought home the gold at the Desert Valley League preview meet in Cathedral City on Wednesday afternoon.
HUNTINGTON BEACH — Yucca Valley High School cross country athletes collected three medals and set 13 course personal records at the 38th annual Central Park Invitational last weekend.
YUCCA VALLEY — Yucca Valley High School hosted its final home game of the season Friday afternoon and, with the stands packed, the Trojans brought home their second league win, beating the Banning Broncos 21-14.