MORONGO BASIN — The county board of supervisors interviewed 13 people and chose five finalists to fill the vacant 3rd District seat left by James Ramos Tuesday, Dec. 11. Read more
JOSHUA TREE — It’s that time of year and Friendly Hills Elementary School is emphasizing giving through Toys for Tots and a Giving Tree for teachers. Read more
The city of Twentynine Palms would like to thank all those who participated in making this year’s Light Parade and tree-lighting ceremony a great success.
If anyone still doubts whether every vote counts, all you have to do is look at the City Council race in Twentynine Palms.
The recent Woolsey and Camp fires in California were catastrophic on all fronts: loss of life, damage to property, and total annihilation of the environment. There can be no clearer wakeup call that our current land management policies are ineffective and require immediate remedy. Reducing t…
Our Statue of Liberty, how proud we are of her! Inscription on her tablet: “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses … the homeless … I lift my lamp beside the Golden Door.”
This is in response to the letter printed Nov. 29 from Ron Brault (“Sound warning bell about Democrats). We’ve had several Democratic presidents and people still have their guns.
BANNING — All three Yucca Valley High School boys basketball teams traveled to Banning High School Friday.
YUCCA VALLEY — The Joshua Springs girls and boys basketball teams doused the Palm Valley Firebirds on a rain-soaked Victory League opening Thursday in the Thunderdome.
YUCCA VALLEY –– The Yucca Valley High School girls soccer team didn’t let bad weather stop them from making a big splash in their home opener Thursday night, when they hosted Banning High School during a rain and wind storm.