YUCCA VALLEY — Some Hi-Desert Water District customers will be charged for the new sewer system on their monthly water bills starting in the next couple of months, the board of directors decided Wednesday, Sept. 11. Read more
FLAMINGO HEIGHTS — Two people were thrown from a motorcycle and suffered major injuries in a crash on Old Woman Springs Road around 7:55 p.m. Monday. Read more
Letters to the editor
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We don’t know yet whether there will be a war with Iran over the drone attacks on the Saudi Arabian refinery. “Intelligence” says there is evidence the drones were launched from Iran soil. Show us the proof.
Today’s announcement that Congressman Cook will not seek re-election presents the people of his district with a dilemma. Since he has not been seen here, held a town hall meeting for four years or responded to letters to his Washington address for at least three, how will we know he has gone?
I’ve just finished an article from a rival local newspaper (the Desert Sun) stating that the NTSB urged Caltrans to work faster to repair damages to safety structures on our roadways. The metal cushions at the ends of concrete center dividers are called attenuators. It seems that one on High…
Someone writes on Sept. 12 that more people should write letters of support for the Liar-in-Chief. Well here’s my letter….
The English language has been, and is the most powerful medium for communicating and preserving human thought.
YUCCA VALLEY — The Yucca Valley High School Trojan cross country team dominated at their first and only home meet of the season Friday afternoon as the Lady Trojans brought home the gold at the 25th annual Hi-Desert Classic.
YUCCA VALLEY — The Yucca Valley High School varsity volleyball team moved up to a 2-1 league record with a win in three straight sets against the Cathedral City Lions Tuesday.
YUCCA VALLEY — The Yucca Valley High School girls varsity tennis team is on a winning streak — they secured their fifth win in a row Tuesday afternoon with a 16-2 victory against Cathedral City.
Warner Robins, Georgia — On the evening of Saturday, September 7, 2019, Myrtle “Aggie” Agnes McBride was called home to be with her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. She was 95 years old. The daughter of the late Frank and Elsie Kent, Aggie was born in Los Angeles. She was very active in the Be… Read more