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KCDZ’s Dan Stork interviews LAFCO Official

By   /  December 4, 2012  /  29 Palms, News  /  3 Comments

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What is the view of Local Agency Formation Commission about the decision of the Twentynine Palms Water District to step back from the process of transferring the Fire Department to the County? Reporter Dan Stork asked LAFCO about it… At its last meeting, the Twentynine Palms Water District Board of Directors voted to pause the […]

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Tough times ahead for Inland Empire residents

By   /  April 22, 2011  /  News, San Bernardino Co  /  3 Comments

The Great Recession is gaining speed, and “Inland Empire residents are facing some serious hardships.” Note the Inland Empire has lost 91,000 jobs in 2008 and 2009 — “it’s to be very difficult to pull out of this.” Government study offers evidence to what we knew was happening with incomes By Jim Steinberg Staff Writer […]

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Are We Ready For The ‘Big One’?

By   /  March 23, 2011  /  Survival  /  1 Comment

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It’s been a little over a week ago after Japan got rocked by a 9.0 earthquake. To top it off, they had a tsunami that literally destroyed some areas of the country. Japan didn’t know what was coming, but it did. Are we ready for the ‘big one’ to hit here in California? Since we […]

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Deaths in the desert by GPS, or negligence

By   /  January 31, 2011  /  29 Palms, General Posts, Survival  /  6 Comments

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Don’t feel safe with a GPS when hiking in the desert because they aren’t always reliable.  I promise you that GPS are useless in many areas around the incorporated areas of Twentynine Palms near the Marine Base. And don’t be stupid when driving or hiking in the desert! And how can we forget 64-year-old real […]

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Confessions of a Desert Weather Wimp

By   /  December 22, 2010  /  29 Palms, General Posts, Opinion, San Bernardino Co, Survival, Yucca Valley  /  1 Comment

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Yucca Valley, Ca.- Living in the Hi-Desert for the past ten years has spoiled me. I have become used to 360 days of sunshine! When the summer temperatures hit triple digits there is relief when the sun sets. I live at an altitude of 3,500 feet and things cool off in the summer evening and […]

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Morongo Basin discovers “It’s a Wonderful Life.”

By   /  December 8, 2010  /  General Posts, Survival, Yucca Valley  /  2 Comments

The following article first appeared in Cactus Thorns on December, 26, 2009 The Morongo Basin-Yucca Valley TLC Christmas Dinner Event in Yucca Valley YUCCA VALLEY -  Our very own Saint, Mara Cantelo and her 115 volunteers once again gave the Basin its most wonderful gift of the year: Christmas dinner for families, workers, the homeless, […]

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