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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 …

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On behalf of the city of Twentynine Palms, I would like to thank the entire community for their support in making this year’s Pioneer Days a grand success. Thanks to the whole community who took part in helping put on the four-day event and to all of those who came out and took part by visit…

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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

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Born Nancy Anne Delk on Jan. 28, 1960, to Dolores Chris Delk (Ballowe) and William K. Delk in Illinois, Nancy was preceded in death by her mother, Dolores, in 1996 and father, William, in 2002. Read more

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Joseph Allen Lannen, beloved father and grandfather, passed away peacefully in his sleep on Nov. 2, 2019, at home with his family at the age of 56.  Read more

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Robert Anthony Barajas, 24 — known to all as “Bobby” — received his angel wings on the morning of Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. Born in Palm Springs, he called Yucca Valley home. Bobby was a graduate of Joshua Springs Christian School and was one of four students who played for the CIF winning fo… Read more

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