TWENTYNINE PALMS — The whirling lights and excited screams on the midway can make it easy to miss the work that goes on behind the scenes at the Rotary Club carnival, held at Luckie Park Thursday through Sunday, March 14-17 .
YUCCA VALLEY — The future aquatics center is truly a blank slate awaiting the community’s creative ideas and passion to deliver this massive project. The town is diving into the deeper end and exploring the details of how much it will cost and keep it afloat financially.
YUCCA VALLEY — Holly Gessler, Youth of the Year for the Boys & Girls Club in Yucca Valley, won the regional competition Saturday in Palm Springs and will advance to the state level next month.
The Joshua Tree second-Saturday Downtown Nights took the party into the streets with dazzling crowds at art galleries hosting receptions March 9.
The Southern California super bloom has begun to creep into the Morongo Basin and with it comes swarms of butterflies migrating north for the spring. Painted lady butterflies are swooping across the Basin and local scientists Joe Zarki and Marilyn Lutz say this is only the beginning.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — President Donald Trump on Tuesday signed a law that will add acres to Joshua Tree National Park and Johnson Valley off-highway vehicle area.
YUCCA VALLEY — People learned practical emergency skills and preparedness tips from a variety of demonstrations, classes and presentations during a community safety day Saturday at the community center.
JOSHUA TREE — Champion had been shot and beaten when he was found by a couple on their Joshua Tree property Sunday. But with the help of local residents and the Animal Authority Rescue Team, this dog has defied the odds.
Jennifer “Juniper” Harrower’s journey has taken her from a house on a dirt road in Morongo Valley to UC Berkeley and back to the Morongo Basin, where she’s melding scientific research with humor and love to ensure a future for Joshua trees.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — A bill cosponsored by Congressman Paul Cook, a Republican from Yucca Valley, would redirect federal money from California’s bullet train construction to water storage.
In celebration of Dr. Seuss’ birthday, students at Friendly Hills Elementary School welcomed special guests to help them Read Across America.
TWENTYNINE PALMS –– The 29 Palms Art Gallery hosted an awards ceremony for its annual judged Guild Members Show, a show highlighting the work of the all-volunteer nonprofit guild’s artists, March 2.
YUCCA VALLEY — Town crews will not make repairs on dirt roads, since legal boundaries literally make doing so a slippery slope, the local government told unhappy property owners Tuesday.