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MORONGO BASIN — Students can start taking online classes from the Morongo Unified School District next week and, while the classes are not being graded, the district hopes they will allow students to complete their dual enrollment courses with Copper Mountain College, practice for AP tests a…

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YUCCA VALLEY — Bruce Guthrie gave blood for the first time on his way home from Vietnam 52 years ago. The Marine veteran and Morongo Valley resident bared his arm for the needle for the 155th time Saturday morning at the Center for Healthy Generations.

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TWENTYNINE PALMS — Joshua Tree National Park will close completely to the public starting Wednesday, April 1.

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SAN BERNARDINO — The number of county residents who have tested positive for the new coronavirus continued to climb this week as the sheriff’s and fire departments both reported cases and a nursing home in Yucaipa suffered an outbreak.

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SAN BERNARDINO — Nearly 10 percent of the people who have been tested for the new coronavirus in San Bernardino County were confirmed to have the virus, the Public Health Department reported Thursday.

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MORONGO BASIN — Students can start taking online classes from the Morongo Unified School District next week and, while the classes are not being graded, the district hopes they will allow students to complete their dual enrollment courses with Copper Mountain College, practice for AP tests a…

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SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY — A 50-year-old man with the novel coronavirus 2019 within San Bernardino County died from the virus, marking the first death within the county from COVID-19. 

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TWENTYNINE PALMS — The commanding general of the combat center took to Facebook Friday night, March 20, saying some unit leaders weren’t taking coronavirus guidelines seriously enough, and on Monday, an enlisted man aboard the combat center agreed.

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SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY — A San Bernardino County deputy sheriff assigned to patrol tested positive for the COVID-19 virus on Monday, March 23. According to a press release from the sheriff’s department, the deputy is resting at home at this time and is experiencing flu-like symptoms.

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San Bernardino County —  Four news cases of novel coronavirus 2019 were reported in San Bernardino County on Friday, March 20. The county now has a total of nine confirmed cases and no deaths related to the virus. 

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SACRAMENTO — California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced a statewide executive order Thursday night that mandates all California residents stay at home until further notice except to shop for food, get health care and other essential activities. Essential businesses like grocery stores and hospit…

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MORONGO BASIN — While the number of people who need free food will likely go up as people lose their jobs because of the new coronavirus protocols, those who provide the food are working hard to make sure they can serve the public while staying safe.

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MORONGO BASIN — Due to concerns involving the spread of the new coronavirus disease, COVID-19, several events in the Morongo Basin and throughout California have been canceled or postponed.

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MORONGO BASIN -— Due to concerns about the spread of the 2019 novel coronavirus, the Morongo Unified School District on Thursday canceled all non-essential events, including school-wide assemblies, field trips, athletic events, Saturday school, employee conferences and public gatherings like…

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