SAN BERNARDINO — The county announced Saturday that it will allow dine-in restaurants, stores and malls to reopen immediately. The county government received word from the California Department of Public Health on Saturday, May 23, that its request to reopen more businesses was approved. Read more
JOSHUA TREE — County residents can get tested for the new coronavirus every day for the rest of this week at Copper Mountain College, 6162 Rotary Way. Read more
The coronavirus crisis has caused many changes in American society. We now think in terms of social distancing, mask wearing and only leaving the house when it is absolutely necessary.
So, has anyone not seen Netflix’s “Tiger King”?! It’s depraved, salacious and scary, yet in the midst of the No. 19 crisis it is drawing record viewers! Unfortunately, for many viewers it is leaving a bad taste for wildlife rescue Organizations. It poses serious consequences for legitimate w…
With the passing of Bob Dunn last week, the Morongo Basin lost one of the greatest civil servants of our present time.
Friends and neighbors,
It is my understanding the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors has opened up short-term rentals in our Basin. My concern is great because the virus is still active, still increasing and, in other places, visitors have brought the virus with them.
TWENTYNINE PALMS — Member of the Hilltoppers Motorcycle Club are hoping to bring their annual off-road races back to Twentynine Palms in November.
TWENTYNINE PALMS — Two members of the Twentynine Palms High School boys varsity basketball team have been named to the All Desert Valley League first team.
TWENTYNINE PALMS — Some Twentynine Palms High School student athletes have been finding unique ways of making certain they are keeping in shape during a break forced by the continuing coronavirus crisis.