I was looking forward to Thanksgiving Day with a friend who like myself, no longer cooks much.
For the past eight years, Copper Mountain College hosts a holiday Festival of Wreaths Auction, the proceeds benefit our students in a plethora of ways: free bus rides, soup for our financially challenged students and other ways that are too numerous to count.
The traditional holiday of Thanksgiving allows us to reflect and appreciate the things we value. As the superintendent of Morongo Unified School District, I am very thankful to work with so many hardworking and dedicated employees across the Morongo Basin. We are fortunate to have outstandin…
The national day of thanks is upon us once again and finds that the Morongo Basin, though it faces its share of problems, also has much for which it can be thankful.
The Yucca Valley High School 50th celebration and reunion ended on Oct. 20 with renewed friendships, much celebration and just a lot of fun. The classes of 1969-1974 assembled from as far away as Fiji, England, the west and east coasts and states in between. We came together in what used to …
RANCHO MIRAGE — The Twentynine Palms High School boys junior varsity and varsity basketball teams traveled to Rancho Mirage Wednesday, Dec. 4, and came home with one win and one loss.
TWENTYNINE PALMS — The Twentynine Palms High School boys varsity basketball team opened the season with a pair of losses, one on the road and one at home.
TWENTYNINE PALMS — The Twentynine Palms High School boys varsity soccer team opened its season with a 1-0 loss to the Loma Linda Roadrunners Monday, Nov. 18.
In 1932, Patty’s family relocated to Twentynine Palms where the family opened Graham’s restaurant, which is regarded as the town’s first café. Patty waited tables for 50 cents a week and when she was able to drive (at 12), she often delivered hot meals to customers in ill health who couldn’t… Read more