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San Miguel Island Closure Irks Officials

By   /  July 18, 2014  /  OHV Issues  /  No Comments

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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Beavis and Butthead Moment in Mohave Co.

By   /  July 10, 2014  /  Mohave Co  /  1 Comment

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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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Needles Facing Deficit Budget: Rick Daniels Modus Operandi

By   /  June 26, 2014  /  Needles, San Bernardino Co  /  Comments Off

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POSTED June 24, 2014/IEPolitics.com-Tonight’s Needles City Council Meeting will see City Manager Rick Daniels present a Budget with a Deficit. The Budget was rumoured to be “Balanced” but ” More changes are expected.” Oh what a tangled web we weave…… The proposed Budget reflects both Rick Daniels twisted priorities and the omnipresent conflict of interest […]

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Johnson Valley Report: King of the Hammers

By   /  June 26, 2014  /  General Posts, Johnson Valley, OHV Issues  /  Comments Off

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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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State Democrats Prepare Breakout Candidate for Local Run

By   /  June 24, 2014  /  Candidates, Feature, San Bernardino Co  /  Comments Off

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Sacramento, Ca.,- Karalee Hargrove, Assembly Candidate for the 42nd District, was recently in Sacramento for a candidate briefing. The day long session was followed with a reception with House Democrats and Senators. Hargrove, pictured above with Toni Atkins, Speaker of the California Assembly, wrote in her email, “It was a great opportunity and a great […]

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Reporter Stork: MUSD Superintendent Placed on Paid Adminstrative Leave

By   /  June 24, 2014  /  Feature, San Bernardino Co  /  Comments Off

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Morongo Basin, Ca.,- Local radio reporter, Dan Stork, has been attending the meetings of the Morongo Unified School District and reports the Board has placed Superintendent Ceclia English on paid administration leave. KCDZFM.com writes: SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS PLACED ON ADMINISTRATIVE LEAVE   By Z107.7 News, on June 23rd, 2014 More upheaval in the upper management […]

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LA’s homeless allowed to live in cars, appeals court rules

By   /  June 21, 2014  /  Environment, Feature  /  3 Comments

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A federal appeals court ruled that a Los Angeles ordinance preventing homeless people from living in cars is unconstitutionally vague and struck down the ban. The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals said the law that banned people living in their cars or recreational vehicles on a public street or in a public parking lot (even […]

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A Regular Crime Wave

By   /  June 20, 2014  /  La Quinta, Riverside Co  /  1 Comment

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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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C.O.R.E. Scores Affordable Housing: San Bernardino

By   /  June 19, 2014  /  Feature, San Bernardino Co  /  Comments Off

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  “The 75 units at Ninth Street and Valencia Avenue will be in two buildings with on-site amenities including a 2,200-square-foot clubhouse community building, a child play area, and a 1,000-square-foot laundry/maintenance facility. One market-rate unit, for an on-site manager, will also be built. Councilman Henry Nickel calculated that the $1.5 million of HUD money […]

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

By   /  June 18, 2014  /  Police Blotter  /  Comments Off

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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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OBAMA Plans largest Land Grab in History

By   /  June 18, 2014  /  Environment, Feature  /  Comments Off

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WASHINGTON – In a move lawmakers and farmers are calling “the biggest land grab in the history of the world,” the Environmental Protection Agency is requesting jurisdiction over all public and private streams in the United States that are “intermittent, seasonal and rain-dependent.” The EPA and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in late March […]

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Planning Commission: Wants to take your sign down.

By   /  June 17, 2014  /  29 Palms, Feature  /  4 Comments

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JUNE 17, 2014-The Planning Commission Plans to remove Your Commercial Sign. Yes, you heard it right. Once again the Black Shirts of Art are at it again. They want to take your free expression away and replace it with another useless mural.   Meeting Starts at 6PM @ 29 Palms City Hall Be there.

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Free Speech Lawsuit Settlement: $215,000

By   /  June 14, 2014  /  Feature  /  1 Comment

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The Los Angeles City Council decided unanimously on Wednesday to pay a $215,000 settlement to a man who wore a Ku Klux Klan hood to a public commission meeting and then sued the city when they ejected him from the meeting. According to the Los Angeles Times, Michael Hunt wore the hood while attending a […]

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Inland California Needs to Get In the Zone

By   /  June 11, 2014  /  Opinion, Riverside Co  /  Comments Off

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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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