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Humane Society Needs Our Help

By   /  April 23, 2014  /  General Posts  /  No Comments

The Morongo Basin Human Society desperately needs funding, cat and dog food.  The Shelter informs this writer their cat and dog food needs are, as follows: * Pedigree dry dog food * Wet dog food optional * Whiskas dry and wet cat food. Any one that can help with funding can sent their checks to […]

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Vandals Run A Muck In 29

By   /  April 22, 2014  /  General Posts  /  2 Comments

FLASHBACK-TWENTYNINE PALMS-On December 18, 2009, at 1:21 a.m. deputies assigned to San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Morongo Station responded to a report of a person damaging businesses on Adobe Rd between from the 5900 block to the 6100 block, in the City of Twentynine Palms. Upon the arrival of deputies, it was determined that a […]

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A reminder: COW Lies like an old rug

By   /  April 15, 2014  /  OHV Issues, Opinion  /  3 Comments

Community OHV Watch (COW) has managed to buffalo and bamboozle since the very beginning of their organization. They have managed to whine at such a shrill level that  for a few years they had Public Safety and many Elected Officials thinking that they must be 10,000 strong and could sway whole voter blocks. We now […]

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Hi-Desert Star: Pros urge owners to protect pets in winter

By   /  April 12, 2014  /  General Posts  /  No Comments

Nice article Courtney.  Often we believe our pets have the inflexible ability to endure  and survive in cold weather akin to the skills of animals in the wild. Not so. Our domesticated family pets are very vulnerable to cold weather and need to be cared for in a responsible manner.  Here are some verbatim excerpts […]

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Debunking Councilman Harris & Gary Daignault’s double-speak Project Phoenix Dupery

By   /  April 11, 2014  /  Opinion  /  No Comments

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Updated today @ 5:46 p.m. I refuse to be a verbal punching bag for [Daigneault's] twisted, infantile ego maniac narcissistic personality.” — Ron Brault, President of the 29 Palms Pistol & Rifle Club >>Link. On April 11, 2014, Up Close this morning Harris called in to promote Project Phoenix (hereinafter “PP”).  Well… they’re at it again. […]

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Another public perk in the pipeline for playhouse puppet masters

By   /  April 7, 2014  /  29 Feature, 29 Palms  /  9 Comments

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Op-Ed:  Alternative title: What’s that stench coming from Theatre 29? Twentynine Palms - When will it stop?  It will not stop. I don’t think cronyism and patronage is a threat anymore. It is a promise. On April 8, the 29 Palms City Council will consider the approval and acceptance <wink, wink> of a Simi Dabah sculpture for […]

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The Moral Collapse of Twentynine Palms Elected Officials

By   /  April 4, 2014  /  Opinion  /  5 Comments

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 Updated 4-5-14 @ 6:00 a.m. Twentynine Palms, CA – A small desert city where “cronies serve cronies.” This City Council is marinading in the biggest moral corruption scandal in its history. Where is the City’s moral compass? Congressman Paul Cook April 2, 2014, newsletter: “Americans should not be asked to trust their government if they are not receiving […]

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Part II: Gary Daigneault: “Why are people so suspicious in the Morongo Basin?”

By   /  March 25, 2014  /  Feature, Opinion  /  4 Comments

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Part I is Linked here. Look for two more articles in this series under a new title to be published by one of Cactus Thorns’ editors.  ∞ Kicking the Hornet Nest ∞ On March 24, 2014, Public person Gary Daigneault, owner of Joshua Tree radio station Z107.7, discussed his involvement concerning a $3,000.00 loan the city […]

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Part I: Gary Daignault: “Why are people so suspicious in the Morongo Basin?”

By   /  March 22, 2014  /  29 Feature, Feature, Opinion  /  1 Comment

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  Op-Ed by Branson Hunter. This story has been been edited and revised. It is now Part I of a two part series.  New revelations have surfaced. Those revelations are in both this revised story and in Part II.  Part II  will be posted later.   For the last decade Cactus Thorns has been a […]

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29 Palms: Theater 29 Sissy Boys Shown How to Raise Money the Old Fashion Way

By   /  March 19, 2014  /  29 Feature, 29 Palms  /  15 Comments

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One local Former Army Ranger war hero raises money for his nonprofit charitable veterans organization the old fashion way — while Theatre 29 Sissy Boys milk (verb) the male bosoms of Council Members Dan Mintz, Jay Corbin, Joel Klink and Jay Corbin). It’s easy… theater girly boy show up at the back door of city hall,  four council […]

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Caveat: Warm weather drawing rattlesnakes out early

By   /  March 14, 2014  /  Environment, Feature, General Posts, News  /  Comments Off

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Forward to news article: They’re out in San Diego County. How about the lower and warmer East End of the Morongo Basin?  I haven’t seen one (yet).   I’m walking every day with my Anatolian Shepard in Desert Heights for long periods of time  where there are about 15-20 thousand acres of open BLM land with  no […]

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Morongo Basins Dems Guest Speaker Announces Bid For Yucca Valley Town Council

By   /  March 12, 2014  /  Candidates, News, Yucca Valley  /  Comments Off

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:     March 12, 2014  CONTACTS:                 Ron Cohen                   760-418-5437              ron@deenron.com Mike Lipsitz                 760-449-4048              mbdems@gmail.com   Ron Cohen Announces Bid for YVTC Outspoken critic of the Yucca Valley Town Council, Ron Cohen, announced at Saturday’s meeting of the Morongo Basin Democratic Club that he will run for one of the […]

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U.S.Newspaper circulation/Reporting responsibility of the Trail and the Star

By   /  March 4, 2014  /  29 Palms, General Posts, Yucca Valley  /  Comments Off

iePolitics ran an AP story this morning that I found interesting.  It deals with the way in which newspapers subscriptions and readership is counted. As we know, U.S. newspapers are losing subscribers at a staggering rate. But a few dailies stand out because new auditing rules have made it easier for them to say their […]

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Dan O’Brien- Adds One More Birthday Candle on March 1st

By   /  February 28, 2014  /  29 Palms, News  /  2 Comments

It was difficult to choose one photo to put up on this post. Dan O’Brien, Publisher of Cactus Thorns, has many great photos to choose from on his Facebook page. Husband, Dad, Grandpa, Great Grandpa, Air Force, Cousin, Friend and Publisher of this blog, O’Brien is always quick to say he serves the Lord first. […]

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