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Disappearance of Marine’s pregnant wife taking new twists, turns

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By   19 hours ago

By Doug Saunders, The Sun <<  |  UPDATED: 1 MIN AGO  Partial story posted hereinbelow: Records show Lee was arrested July 4 when homicide detectives serving a search warrant in his home while investigating Corwin’s disappearance found what they called “a destructive device.” That destructive device is a potato gun, according to the affidavit. A potato […]

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Corwin Murder: getting closer to arrest

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By   1 day ago

    DATE/TIME: June 29, 2014 **UPDATE – July 22, 2014** INCIDENT: Missing Person Investigation – UPDATE LOCATION: Twentynine Palms VICTIM(S): Erin Corwin, age 19 of Twentynine Palms SUMMARY: Detectives have received information regarding possible locations to be searched for potential evidence of foul play regarding the disappearance of 19-year-old Erin Corwin. The information is […]

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Is Hawk’s Landing Golf Club in compliance with Hi-Desert Water District Codes?

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By   3 days ago

  This is a follow-uo to “Yucca Valley Hawk’s Landing Golf Club at Blue skies imprudent on water useage.“ July 12, mid day, around 2:00, all the sprinklers were on full blast at Hawk’s Landing. It was though it imprudent to water during the heat of the day and at the height of the evaporation rate. […]

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Performers From the World-Famous Hollywood MAGIC CASTLE!… “Magic Theater – Club Night!” July 26

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By   6 days ago

Performers from the World-Famous Hollywood MAGIC CASTLE!… “Magic Theater – Club Night!” at the Hi-Desert Cultural Center Featuring the great… Rob Watkins Joe Guzman Xtreme Dean   July 26 @ 7pm Tickets $10/$15/$20 FULL CASH BAR JOSHUA TREE, CA – Three acclaimed magicians, one prestidigitatiously miraculous evening! The Hi-Desert Cultural Center is proud to present […]

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Four Search Warrants Issued Under Seal in the Investigation of Missing 19-yr. Old Erwin Corwin:

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By   7 days ago

TWENTYNINE PALMS – SYNOPSOS San Diego CBS 8 News reports that an eyewitness has come forward in the case of missing 19 year old Erwin Corwin. As a result, a total of four search warrants have been drawn up and signed by Joshua Tree court Judge Jon Ferguson. The judge sealed all four probable cause affidavits associated […]

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Yucca Valley Hawk’s Landing Golf Club at Blue skies imprudent on water useage

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By   1 week ago

Yesterday California water regulators — the State Water Quality Control Board to be specific — voted Tuesday to approve fines up to $500 a day for residents who waste water on lawns, landscaping and car washing, as a report showed that consumption throughout the state has actually risen amid the worst drought in nearly four […]

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Worth repeating: Congressman Paul Cook Major Donors…

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By   1 week ago

  Congressman Paul Cook 2014 Major Donors……   Paul Cook (R) * Contributor Total Pehl, Foutz et al $10,400 Carpenters & Joiners Union $10,000 Credit Union National Assn $10,000 Every Republican is Crucial PAC $10,000 Freedom Project $10,000 Intl Brotherhood of Electrical Workers $10,000 Majority Cmte PAC $10,000 CEMEX SA de CV $9,000 Northrop Grumman […]

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Breaking News! Council Appoints Curtis Yakimow as New Town Manager

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By   1 week ago

  . PRESS RELEASE: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE    The Town Council of the Town of Yucca Valley is pleased to announce the unanimous appointment of Mr. Curtis Yakimow as Yucca Valley’s new Town Manager.   Effective July 15th, Mr. Yakimow became the Town’s sixth Town Manager since incorporation.   “We are pleased to have Mr. Yakimow […]

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Blowback from the firing of City Manager Joe Guzzetta

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By   6 days ago

Council, Guzzetta break silence on firing. See newspaper article below ♦ Twentynine Palms (Opinion and News)- The story below was published in the Desert Trail on Saturday, May 31, 2014. Cora Heiser is correct that her job is to “protect the corporation” (the city of 29 is a corporation). However her job is to serve the public and the […]

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“What about that direction” Council Members?

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By   1 week ago

Updated 7-15-14 @ 8:00 p.m. ♦ Twentynine Palms – Fiscal Armageddon pretty much sums it up for the city. Bad choices have been made. Now the city has to pony up $2,138,600 for their ultra vires acts for ignoring California laws as it pertains to winding down the old RDA. When a very remote desert city is in […]

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Here Come 29 Palms Vacation Home Rentals!

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By   1 week ago

  Twentynine Palms, Ca.,- Bowing to pressure of property owners seeking to recover lost rental income and the cheer leading efforts of the Chamber of Commerce Executive Director veering into politics, the first steps will be taken this evening to allow Vacation Home Rentals. The local newspaper reports: The issue of Vacation Home Rentals will […]

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Debunking the Myth Behind the S.B. Grand Jury

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By   2 weeks ago

Preface to Story “The old Grand Jury assistant used to say that if she got more than two who were worth something she was happy.” However, “This year there is a potential for the Grand Jury to outdo the 2008 Grand Jury.”    I ran across an interesting essay of the San Bernardino Grand Jury. Many […]

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Agenda: July 14 Meeting of the Morongo Basin Municipal Advisory Council (MAC)

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By   2 weeks ago

From: Mike Lipsitz <BasinMAC@gmail.com> Chair, Morongo Basin MAC  Date: Thu, 10 Jul 2014 15:25:53 -0700 Morongo Basin Municipal Advisory Council MORONGO BASIN MUNICIPAL ADVISORY COUNCIL To Third District County Supervisor James C. RamosAGENDA Regular Open Session Meeting  6:30 PM, Monday, July 14, 2014 Joshua Tree Community Center, 6171 Sunburst Ave., Joshua Tree, CA 92252A. Call to […]

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Random Thoughts

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By   3 weeks ago

Sunday July 6th: I am hoping beyond hope that Erin Corwin has run off with her secret lover and is swimming on some beach in Tahiti. I am beginning to think things are not right in Corwin House and she might not be with us any more. Lets pray for her safe return. The 29 Palms […]

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Project Phoenix gets a wing clipping

Pet Project Playhouse Theater. The people want Infrastructure, while council Members Harris and Mintz will do whatever it takes to send enormous funds on a theater the public does not want or need.

By   3 weeks ago

The Desert Trail has a current Online poll that may surprise you (shown below). “What issue would you most like to see addressed in the 29 Palms City Council campaign? Jobs……………………….. 1.1% ♦ Downtown revitalization…. 0% Tourism …………………..11.1% Crime……………………..33.3% Infrastructure repair…….33.3% Drug and alcohol abuse…11.1%   Here is yet another Basin Poll that evidences that […]

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Yucca Valley Inching Toward Commercializing & Industrializing Residential Zones

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By   4 weeks ago

  (June 24)  The town of Yucca Valley this week took a major stride toward the liberalization of its land use policy, with the planning commission making a recommendation that the city council alter its development code to allow greater latitude with regard to the type and nature of home-based businesses that can locate in […]

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Disappearance of Marine’s pregnant wife taking new twists, turns

Erin

By   19 hours ago

By Doug Saunders, The Sun <<  |  UPDATED: 1 MIN AGO  Partial story posted hereinbelow: Records show Lee was arrested July 4 when homicide detectives serving a search warrant in his home while investigating Corwin’s disappearance found what they called “a destructive device.” That destructive device is a potato gun, according to the affidavit. A potato […]

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Latest on Search for Erin Corwin

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By   2 weeks ago

The Specialized Investigators, along with Sheriff’s Search & Rescue volunteers continue the search for Erin Corwin. The search area is concentrated around the Joshua Tree National Park and has covered more than 200 square miles of remote desert. The information released during this search has been minimal due to the suspicious nature of Erin’s disappearance. […]

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City receives letter from State Controller’s Office regarding RDA transfers

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By   2 weeks ago

Earlier this year, the State Controller’s Office (SCO) conducted a review of asset transfers made by the former Twentynine Palms Redevelopment Agency’s (RDA) to the City of Twentynine Palms, occurring after January 1, 2011. Thereafter, on May 29, 2014, the SCO issued a letter to the City along with a draft report. The draft report […]

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It was a Celebration for CZ Ron

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By   3 weeks ago

    Starting at Noon  there was  a gathering of friends and loved ones for a remembrance of our good friend, Ron Aldrich. The event was held at a house behind Foster’s Freeze (off Two Mile Road). Quite the crowd gathered. Many had a memory or something good to say as they stopped by and let the family know. Related […]

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Project Phoenix gets a wing clipping

Pet Project Playhouse Theater. The people want Infrastructure, while council Members Harris and Mintz will do whatever it takes to send enormous funds on a theater the public does not want or need.

By   3 weeks ago

The Desert Trail has a current Online poll that may surprise you (shown below). “What issue would you most like to see addressed in the 29 Palms City Council campaign? Jobs……………………….. 1.1% ♦ Downtown revitalization…. 0% Tourism …………………..11.1% Crime……………………..33.3% Infrastructure repair…….33.3% Drug and alcohol abuse…11.1%   Here is yet another Basin Poll that evidences that […]

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CZ Ron Aldrich, 62, A man for the times

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By   3 weeks ago

CZ Ron Aldrich passed away Monday night from a massive heart attack. Ron was one of the founders of the CZ Club here on the west coast and was one of the guy’s that started vintage racing as we know it out here way before AHRMA came into existence. There are many of us who […]

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A FPPC slap on the wrist for City Manager Andy Takata

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By   1 month ago

Updated 6-23-14 @ 6:02 p.m. ♦ Twentynne Palms – Residents of this remote, business-starved desert city — with a fire department so underfunded it is incapable of proving public safety 24/7 – have an authentic right to know what its city council knows concerning its new interim city manager, Andy Takata.  Andy Takata has been around the block […]

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Is Hawk’s Landing Golf Club in compliance with Hi-Desert Water District Codes?

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By   3 days ago

  This is a follow-uo to “Yucca Valley Hawk’s Landing Golf Club at Blue skies imprudent on water useage.“ July 12, mid day, around 2:00, all the sprinklers were on full blast at Hawk’s Landing. It was though it imprudent to water during the heat of the day and at the height of the evaporation rate. […]

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Yucca Valley Hawk’s Landing Golf Club at Blue skies imprudent on water useage

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By   1 week ago

Yesterday California water regulators — the State Water Quality Control Board to be specific — voted Tuesday to approve fines up to $500 a day for residents who waste water on lawns, landscaping and car washing, as a report showed that consumption throughout the state has actually risen amid the worst drought in nearly four […]

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Breaking News! Council Appoints Curtis Yakimow as New Town Manager

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By   1 week ago

  . PRESS RELEASE: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE    The Town Council of the Town of Yucca Valley is pleased to announce the unanimous appointment of Mr. Curtis Yakimow as Yucca Valley’s new Town Manager.   Effective July 15th, Mr. Yakimow became the Town’s sixth Town Manager since incorporation.   “We are pleased to have Mr. Yakimow […]

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“Friday Frank’s” Two Year Manager Contract in Blythe

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By   1 week ago

The Yucca Valley Town Council will set forth their plan to appoint a Town Manager instead of following the City of 29 Palms sage and wise decision to wait a couple of months when there is a newly seated Council after the November election. >Owen Gillick Letter to the Editor 07/11/2014 The bogus fanfare of […]

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I’M BAAAACK! ;)

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By   1 week ago

  Yucca Valley, Ca.,- Well okay, maybe not back in the saddle but I am walking upright without any pain and a new hip!  Two weeks ago I underwent surgery to replace my hip benefiting by a revolutionary new procedure for THR, Total Hip Replacement, with a minimally invasive anterior incision of 4″ on the […]

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The Stinking Nuaimi Handprint Stench on Town Manager Contract

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By   2 weeks ago

UPDATE! CURTIS YAKIMOW SELECTED FOR TOWN MANAGER POSITION! July 15, 2014 7:00 PM Yucca Valley. Ca.,- Will SOMEONE please tell the unpopular, immoral fired ex-Town Manager, Mark Nuaimi, to just “Go Away!” On July 15, 2014,  the Yucca Valley Town Council will select one candidate for the position of Manager choosing between two candidates:current acting […]

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Yucca Valley Soccer Camp

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By   2 weeks ago

It’s that time of year again! Soccer will be starting soon and Yucca Valley High School brings you an affordable and fun soccer camp. Designed for ages 4 to 14, this camp is organized to teach the basic skills that will help you be successful. The camp will be held July 21st through the 24th […]

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Democratic Club Breakfast Meeting – HDWD Sewer Discussion

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By   2 weeks ago

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:     July 7, 2014 DATE OF EVENT:  Saturday, July 12, 2014  Hi-Desert Water District will Present to Local Democrats on Saturday At Saturday’s meeting of the Morongo Basin Democratic Club staff from the Hi-Desert Water District will discuss the Yucca Valley sewer project and answer questions about its costs, construction and other customer concerns. The meeting is at […]

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Remains Found in Newberry Springs

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By   5 days ago

On Wednesday, July 16, 2014, at approximately 5:42 p.m. a deputy from the Barstow Sheriff’s Station was flagged down by a citizen who discovered human skeletal remains while driving in the open desert area northwest of the intersection of .   The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department, Specialized Investigations Homicide Detail was requested and responded […]

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Worth repeating: Congressman Paul Cook Major Donors…

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By   1 week ago

  Congressman Paul Cook 2014 Major Donors……   Paul Cook (R) * Contributor Total Pehl, Foutz et al $10,400 Carpenters & Joiners Union $10,000 Credit Union National Assn $10,000 Every Republican is Crucial PAC $10,000 Freedom Project $10,000 Intl Brotherhood of Electrical Workers $10,000 Majority Cmte PAC $10,000 CEMEX SA de CV $9,000 Northrop Grumman […]

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The Search Continues For Corwin

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By   1 week ago

The Sheriff helicopter has passed over the house today several times on it’s direct course to the Mines of the Old Dale Mining District. The Golden Egg, The Vale and the OK and the Gold Crown are just a few of the deep shaft mines that will be getting a once over in the next […]

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Debunking the Myth Behind the S.B. Grand Jury

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By   2 weeks ago

Preface to Story “The old Grand Jury assistant used to say that if she got more than two who were worth something she was happy.” However, “This year there is a potential for the Grand Jury to outdo the 2008 Grand Jury.”    I ran across an interesting essay of the San Bernardino Grand Jury. Many […]

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Agenda: July 14 Meeting of the Morongo Basin Municipal Advisory Council (MAC)

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By   2 weeks ago

From: Mike Lipsitz <BasinMAC@gmail.com> Chair, Morongo Basin MAC  Date: Thu, 10 Jul 2014 15:25:53 -0700 Morongo Basin Municipal Advisory Council MORONGO BASIN MUNICIPAL ADVISORY COUNCIL To Third District County Supervisor James C. RamosAGENDA Regular Open Session Meeting  6:30 PM, Monday, July 14, 2014 Joshua Tree Community Center, 6171 Sunburst Ave., Joshua Tree, CA 92252A. Call to […]

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Former MUSD Superintendent Cecelia English requests Cactus Thorns remove elements from story

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By   2 weeks ago

  Updated Thursday, o7-10-2014 @ 9:45 a.m. ♦ Cecelia English is the former Superintendent, Morongo Unified School District. Ms. English contact Cactus Thorns Publisher, Dan O’Brien yesterday via email. Ms. English respectfully requests that “certain elements from your blog be removed because they are untrue.” I have responded to Ms. English by email giving her assurances that if […]

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Fontana family pit bull mauls 4-year-old child

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By   2 weeks ago

Google Archive pic Fontana family pit bull mauls 4-year-old child FONTANA >> A 4-year-old boy is recovering Tuesday in a hospital after being mauled by the family pit bull. The child was attacked at 3:30 p.m. Monday at his home in the 7600 block of Honeysuckle Street, according to a Fontana police news release. When […]

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UPDATE: Search for 19 year old woman, Erin Corwin

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By   3 weeks ago

UPDATE: The search for Erin Corwin began on Sunday, and continues in and around the Joshua Tree National Park by Sheriff’s Aviation and Search and Rescue volunteers. Erin’s vehicle was found in Twentynine Palms on Monday, but there was no indication of her direction of travel or current whereabouts. Anyone with information about Erin Corwin […]

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City Manager Luckino Assists Placing Medical Marijuana on November Ballot

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By   1 week ago

Blythe, Ca.,- The recently appointed City Manager, Frank Luckino, will be assisting that city’s council to place a ballot measure for voters to decide on allowing medical marijuana dispensaries in Blythe. This decision was taken by a split vote at their last meeting of July 8, 2014. Citing “compassionate use,” and a chance to “tick […]

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DESERT HOT SPRINGS: Man bitten by rattlesnake

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By   3 weeks ago

A man was bitten twice by a rattlesnake in Desert Hot Springs Saturday morning, July 5. The victim was bitten about 10:18 a.m. in the 64600 block of Dillon Road, according to a Cal Fire/Riverside County Fire Department news release. He was taken to an area hospital. Information about his condition was not available.   […]

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Darin Starts his own Drug Store

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By   3 weeks ago

On Thursday, July 3, 2014, Blythe Narcotic Enforcement Team (BNET) served a narcotics related search warrant in the 1000 block of Bruce Court with the assistance of Blythe Police Department and members of the Colorado River Station. Prescription drugs and items indicative of prescription drug sales were found at the residence. Darin Heath (30), of […]

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Riverside Undersherrif Retires.

By   3 weeks ago

Riverside County Sheriff Stan Sniff announces the retirement of Undersheriff Colleen Walker who served as the Department’s Chief of Staff and second-in-command for the last four years. The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department is the second largest sheriff’s department operating in California, with over 4,000 employees serving over 7,300 square miles. Sheriff Stan Sniff said, “Colleen […]

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Cabazon Theft leads to Wild Chase

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By   3 weeks ago

On Monday, June 30, 2014, at 7:50 P.M., deputies from the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department, Cabazon Station responded to the call of an armed robbery in the parking structure of the Outlet Center in Cabazon. The victim, a tourist from Mexico, reported he was placing his purchased items in his rented car. The car was […]

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Councilman resigns, accuses colleagues of wrongdoing

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By   4 weeks ago

Eastvale City Councilman Jeff DeGrandpre abruptly resigned Wednesday night after accusing his council colleagues of engaging in “back-door deals,” causing dissension at City Hall and holding meetings that violated California’s open-meeting law. DeGrandpre said he wished the city “the best of luck” and said his resignation would be effective July 1. DeGrandpre, who played a […]

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A Regular Crime Wave

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By   1 month ago

On Wednesday, June 18, 2014, the La Quinta Police Department‘s Special Enforcement Team and Business District Unit concluded a lengthy investigation into multiple vehicle burglaries, commercial burglaries, frauds, identity thefts, and probation violations with the arrests of 36-year-old Indio resident Raymond Araujo, and 31-year-old Coachella resident Esther Montoya. Aruajo and Montoya are suspected of many […]

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Inland California Needs to Get In the Zone

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By   1 month ago

California’s dream is shrinking inexorably, and only radical steps can prevent the condition from becoming permanent. Compared with previous economic expansions, fewer state residents and communities are benefiting from this recovery, which has largely been restricted to the small coastal zone surrounding the Bay Area, as well as certain parts of western Los Angeles, Orange […]

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Beavis and Butthead Moment in Mohave Co.

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By   2 weeks ago

Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Justin Wayne Thompson, 28, and Michael Blaine Turner, 23, both of Kingman, late Wednesday (7/9) morning for burglary and possession of a weapon by prohibited person, felonies. Turner was also arrested on a failure to pay fines misdemeanor warrant issued by Kingman Municipal Court. Approximately 7:07 a.m., deputies responded to […]

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You Lookin’ at Me?

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By   3 weeks ago

On the Thursday, July 3, 2014, 26-year-old Rafael Paul Burshia struck his wife’s right arm and chest with a baseball bat. The victim ran from Burshia who chased after her while holding a large knife. The victim ran to her mother’s house for help and was contacted by the Fort Mohave Tribal Police Department. The […]

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What the Hell was She thinking?

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By   1 month ago

Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Kristen Suzanne Plank, 38, of Kingman, Thursday (6/19) morning for child abuse, possession of dangerous drugs, possession of marijuana and three counts of possession of drug paraphernalia, all felonies, along with a dog at large misdemeanor warrant issued by Kingman Justice Court. Approximately 9:32 a.m., deputies responded to a residence […]

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Get off that Cell Phone or I’ll Shoot!

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By   2 months ago

Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Bruce Monroe Ward, 49, of Mohave Valley, early Friday (6/6)morning for disorderly conduct with a weapon and possession of weapon by prohibited person, felonies. Wednesday (6/4) evening, at about 10:45 p.m., deputies responded to a shot fired in the 3000 block of Cheyenne Drive. Dispatch advised a disturbance between two […]

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Mohave County Sheriff Retires

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By   2 months ago

Kingman, AZ— Tom Sheahan, 42 year law enforcement veteran and 5 term Mohave County Sheriff has announced his retirement August 1st. Sheriff Sheahan has spent the last 33 years of his career with the Sheriff’s Office and the last 17 ½ as Sheriff first being elected in November 1996. Sheriff Sheahan said, “We have had […]

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Havasu Deputies arrest DUIs

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By   2 months ago

Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies arrested the following people during the Memorial Day holiday weekend (5/22 through 5/25): The following minor was arrested for minor in possession of alcohol (misdemeanor): Albert Villareal, 20, of Riverside, CA. The following person was arrested for DUI – Watercraft (misdemeanor): Logan Ray Schmelebeck, 22, of Maple Valley, WA. The following […]

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Stranded Elderly Couple, Age 78 & 69, Stuck 3 Days in Yucca Wash

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By   2 months ago

  Mohave County- Two Las Vegas residents spent three days stranded in a wash near Yucca before they were rescued Sunday afternoon. Voytek Najgrodski, 78, and Eva Skronska, 69, were traveling in a two-wheel-drive Nissan pickup when the truck became stuck in the wash, near Alamo Lake. Officials in La Paz County alerted Mohave County […]

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Council Approves $89,552 CDBG Funds to Replace Private Mobile Home, 0% Int

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By   2 months ago

MojaveDailyNews.com-BULLHEAD CITY — At Tuesday’s City Council meeting, there was a discussion between residents and council members regarding how to spend Community Development Block Grant funds most effectively. The CDBG funds are used for the city’s home rehabilitation program. The city was awarded a grant for $463,312 in January for replacing three homes, rehabilitating four […]

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Performers From the World-Famous Hollywood MAGIC CASTLE!… “Magic Theater – Club Night!” July 26

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By   6 days ago

Performers from the World-Famous Hollywood MAGIC CASTLE!… “Magic Theater – Club Night!” at the Hi-Desert Cultural Center Featuring the great… Rob Watkins Joe Guzman Xtreme Dean   July 26 @ 7pm Tickets $10/$15/$20 FULL CASH BAR JOSHUA TREE, CA – Three acclaimed magicians, one prestidigitatiously miraculous evening! The Hi-Desert Cultural Center is proud to present […]

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Happy 25th Birthday to Z107.7

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Hurry on down to the hoop-lah created by the owners of our local radio station, Z107.7! There are outdoor festivities until 1 PM today. Passing the 25 year mark is an accomplishment that should deserve EVERY kudos…even those coaxed and encouraged by General Manager Cindy Daigneault. Feigning awe and surprise a few weeks ago announcing […]

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Yucca Valley Soccer Camp

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By   2 weeks ago

It’s that time of year again! Soccer will be starting soon and Yucca Valley High School brings you an affordable and fun soccer camp. Designed for ages 4 to 14, this camp is organized to teach the basic skills that will help you be successful. The camp will be held July 21st through the 24th […]

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Cultural Center offers NEW 3-week Strings Conservatory Summer Camp – learn to play music! Classes for adults & children

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By   2 weeks ago

3-Week Strings Summer Camp! JULY 14-31, 2014 Learn to play MUSIC! Violin, Viola or Cello! For NEW & CONTINUING students! Every Monday, Tuesday & Thursday! – Mommy/Daddy & Me! (Ages 4-7) – Beginning Strings* (Ages 8-Adult) – JPHIL Prep* (For continuing students) *FREE music game & theory class included! JOSHUA TREE, CA – The Strings […]

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God Bless the USA

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By   3 weeks ago

If tomorrow all the things were gone I’d worked for all my life, And I had to start again with just my children and my wife, I’d thank my lucky stars to be living here today, ‘Cause the flag still stands for freedom and they can’t take that away.  I’m proud to be an American […]

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JT VFW 2nd Annual Poker Run

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By   3 weeks ago

2nd Annual Poker Run Hosted by: Joshua Tree VFW Proceeds to help Wounded Warriors Saturday, September 27, 2014 Sign up 10 am – Leaving at 11 am Open to all Riders Registration Fee: $25 individual – $30 couples 6402 Veterans Way, Joshua Tree, CA 92252 VFW 760-366-2717 or Jim Nutter 760-366-2357 ###

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Northern California man fined for poaching, skinning 60 bobcats, foxes

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By   4 weeks ago

A Northern California man has pleaded guilty to illegally poaching 60 bobcats and gray foxes for their pelts, snaring them in traps he set over 900 square miles in two counties, officials said. Tracy Lee Shultz of Courtland, south of Sacramento, was fined $5,000 and ordered to forfeit the pelts worth nearly $15,000, the California […]

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San Miguel Island Closure Irks Officials

By   6 days ago

When the Navy closed San Miguel Island in April for the first time in 50 years, officials said it was to look for old, unexploded bombs that were dropped on the wind-whipped crag of rock when it was a military test range. The National Park Service (NPS), longtime steward of the island’s treasure trove of […]

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CZ Ron Aldrich, 62, A man for the times

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By   3 weeks ago

CZ Ron Aldrich passed away Monday night from a massive heart attack. Ron was one of the founders of the CZ Club here on the west coast and was one of the guy’s that started vintage racing as we know it out here way before AHRMA came into existence. There are many of us who […]

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Johnson Valley Report: King of the Hammers

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By   4 weeks ago

The King of the Hammers off-road competition, billed as the ultimate desert race, began here in Johnson Valley and has spread its mystique across the country and over the oceans. Competition. It’s a bad word to the unmotivated or unsuccessful, who say it begets low self-esteem. Maybe it does for some. But competition among self-motivated […]

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From Our Friends in Johnson Valley: Solar Seminar June 18

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By   1 month ago

Talking about installing a solar system for the Community Center and the Fire Station has been going on for years. The discussion is becoming even more timely as the costs of electric power climb and the costs of solar go down.The invitation to several solar companies for a meeting tomorrow afternoon is to educate us […]

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Yamaha Expands GRANT Program: Outdoor Access Initiative 
Reaches Broader OHV User Community

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By   2 months ago

Awards for First Quarter Represent OHV Interests in Farming, Hunting and Land Stewardship Alongside Motorized Recreation Enthusiasts CYPRESS, Calif. – May 29, 2014 – Yamaha Motor Corp., U.S.A., announces the expanded platform for its GRANT (Guaranteeing Responsible Access to our Nation’s Trails) program, along with a new name: Outdoor Access Initiative. Designed to extend support to off-highway […]

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Marshall Lewis Winn, 31

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On 05/24/14, at about 9:30 AM, Marshall Lewis Winn, a 31 year-old resident of Lakeside, was riding his off-road motorcycle in the open desert area. When he did not return, family and friends went out looking for him. Family and friends found him unresponsive next to his motorcycle in the open desert area near the […]

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January 14, 2010-Klasky Stalks Cactus Thorns Publisher

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By   2 months ago

(REDUX:Oringinal post: January 2010)-This was sent to the President of Friends of Giant Rock. ——— Original Message ———- From: “Philip M. Klasky” <pklasky@igc.org> To: ray@friendsofgiantrock.com Subject: Dan O’Brien Date: Thu, 14 Jan 2010 09:47:39 -0800 Ray – As a matter of clarification, is Dan O’Brien a member of FOGR? On your web site it indicates […]

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FOGR Post from January 2010

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By   2 months ago

(ORIGINAL POST: January 2010)-After three years of continuous effort by your dedicated staff it appears that the invasive and unnecessary Staging permit portion of ordinance may be removed. With the rest of the ordinance in place code enforcement will continue to take the lead along with the sheriff to enforce violations of nuisance, disturbing the […]

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Like Father, Like Son

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By   7 days ago

During the past month, multiple “door kick” style residential burglaries and attempt burglaries have occurred within the City of 29 Palms. The suspect would force open the front door to residences by kicking them open, causing hundreds of dollars in damage and theft of property. Several of these attempt burglaries occurred when the occupants were […]

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Oral copulation with a minor under the age of 10 years old

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By   2 weeks ago

On July 10, 2014, Perris Police Department investigators assisted the FBI with the service of a federal search warrant at an address on Ironwood Ln. in the city of Perris. Information was developed that sexual assaults had occurred and Perris Police investigators conducted the investigation into the allegations. Mark David Wade (36) was arrested at […]

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UPDATE: Search for 19 year old woman, Erin Corwin

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By   3 weeks ago

UPDATE: The search for Erin Corwin began on Sunday, and continues in and around the Joshua Tree National Park by Sheriff’s Aviation and Search and Rescue volunteers. Erin’s vehicle was found in Twentynine Palms on Monday, but there was no indication of her direction of travel or current whereabouts. Anyone with information about Erin Corwin […]

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Yes She saw one before but not so small

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By   4 weeks ago

On June 26, 2014, at 10:56 A.M., deputies assigned to the Eastvale Police Department responded to a report of indecent exposure that occurred on a walking trail near the area of Dearborn Street and Tisdale Street, city of Eastvale.   Deputies quickly arrived in the area and met with the victim who provided a detailed description […]

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Come on Little Feller… Let Randy show you what he’s got…..

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By   1 month ago

HEMET– On June 6, 2014, deputies from the Hemet Station were dispatched to the unincorporated community of Anza to investigate a male adult in a pickup truck chasing a teen-aged male on dirt bike. Deputies located the teenager who stated the adult who chased him was his previous employer, 51-year-old, Randy Morasch.  During the course […]

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St Louis Archbishop ‘I Didn’t Know it Was Illegal for Priests to Have Sex With Children’

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By   1 month ago

Posted: 15 Jun 2014 08:00 PM PDT A St Louis archbishop embroiled in a sexual abuse scandal has claimed he didn’t know it was illegal for priests to have sex with children in the 1980s, according to a court deposition released on Monday.Archbishop Robert Carlson, who was chancellor of the Archdiocese of Minneapolis and St. Paul at […]

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Diaper Sniper headed home

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By   1 month ago

On Tuesday, June 3, 2014 Detective Frey of the Crimes Against Children Detail received a tip from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children that Patrick Walker was uploading child pornography from the internet. Detective Frey learned Patrick Walker was a registered sex offender currently on parole for possession of child pornography. Detective Frey […]

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Child Safety Seat Check-Up Event

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By   1 month ago

The California Highway Patrol will be conducting a Child Safety Seat Check-Up on June 10th, 2014. The free event will be held at the Yucca Valley Wal-Mart from 9:00 AM – Noon in the parking lot. Organized child safety seat check-up events are to provide public training about many misuse situations with child restraints. Trained […]

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