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The Larger Picture, Censorship in the Morongo Basin

By   /  January 27, 2014  /  General Posts, Opinion  /  Comments Off

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Updated today @ 2:49 pm Don’t pretend to be objective. Morongo Basin  - Recent events underscore thinking about the very essence of the heart and soul of our very freedom and human dignity.  Hence, this piece is not only about about the Hi-Desert Publishing Co. in Yucca Valley and various forms of censorship, but about the lack of […]

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Councilman Jay Corbin Will Not Seek Another Term, But Watch Those City Reserves

By   /  January 23, 2014  /  29 Feature, 29 Palms, Feature, General Posts  /  4 Comments

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Twentynine Palms – Council member Jay Corbin, the current rotating Mayor pro tem, has made public that he will not seek another  term. The undersigned wishes Mr. Corbin excellent good health and a bounty of happiness in the future. It has been a pleasure lampooning him while he served on the city council. Mr. Corbin […]

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It’s going to be one hell of a week for Twentynine Palms

By   /  January 19, 2014  /  News, Opinion  /  3 Comments

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This week we should find out if the City of Twentynine Palms will prevail in its lawsuit with the State of California‘s Department of Finance. In the next couple of days we are going to have it made crystal clear after three years of bull crap, and a year of maneuvering to get this to […]

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City Manager Predicts Project Phoenix in 2014

By   /  December 29, 2013  /  29 Feature, Feature, Project Phoenix  /  1 Comment

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Twentynine Palms, Ca.,- Reporter Rebecca Unger asked what are the Changes and Challenges facing the city for 2014. Here is the response from Twentynine Palms City Manager Joe Guzzetta: “The City Council’s top concern is economic development, and I think we’re moving in a positive direction. We hope to access $10 million in Project Phoenix […]

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Military sex assault reports jump by 50%

By   /  December 28, 2013  /  Feature, News  /  Comments Off

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Washington- In this June 4, 2013 file photo, Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Martin Dempsey, center, testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, before the Senate Armed Services Committee hearing investigating the growing epidemic of sexual assaults within the military. The number of reported sexual assaults across the military shot up by more than 50 percent this […]

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Focus on the 42nd District Assembly Race

By   /  November 19, 2013  /  Yucca Valley  /  Comments Off

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Yucca Valley, Ca.- As reported earlier on Cactus Thorns, Yucca Valley’s own Chad Mayes has tossed his hat into the race for Assembly along with Karilee Hargrove (D), member of the Morongo Basin School Board. Here is a re-posting of an interview of candidate Chris Mann(R) from March of this year: By: Sharon Gilbert / […]

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Don’t Mess With Our Vets…Ever…Never!

By   /  October 31, 2013  /  yv feature  /  Comments Off

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Yucca Valley, Ca.,- One of the first things that took place when then Mayor Chad Mayes signed the employment contract hiring the  unpopular ex-Town Manager/Politician, Mark Nuaimi, was the termination of our traditional Veterans Day Parade which rotated annually between this town and the City of Twentynine Palms.  Sure, there were numerous reasons for pulling […]

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Twentynine Palms Historical Society seeks volunteers

By   /  October 14, 2013  /  Entertainment  /  Comments Off

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TWENTYNINE PALMS – Volunteers are critical to an operation like the Twentynine Palms Historical Society’s Old Schoolhouse Museum – it takes 1,400 volunteer hours annually just to staff the facility part-time.   Like most all-volunteer organizations, the historical society can never have enough volunteers, President Les Snodgrass said.   In addition to leading the historical […]

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Quietly talking out community problems

By   /  October 10, 2013  /  29 Feature, Opinion  /  5 Comments

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We all have our reputations and public perceptions, most of us are in a real sense willing to find compromise or comity. Problem is as with most of us men, we refuse to publicly say we have fault. Quietly without mud tossing and insults a few of us have been tossing about ideas in private […]

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Obama Administration Tells OHV Community to Get Stuffed

By   /  September 27, 2013  /  29 Palms, Johnson Valley, OHV Issues, San Bernardino Co  /  1 Comment

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Thank you for your petition. The Administration’s proposal for expansion of the land reserved for use by the Marine Corps balances Marine Corps training requirements that extend throughout the year with preserving safe public access for recreational activities within certain areas of the Johnson Valley Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Area. The proposal was transmitted to Congress […]

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A reasonable plan for Twentynine Palms…

By   /  September 23, 2013  /  29 Feature, 29 Palms  /  Comments Off

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The San Bernardino City Council, after driving the city into ruins, has learned its lesson: Tonight it will begin asking residents and other members of the public “What they think is important for the city to prioritize and consider.” Meanwhile, 29 Palms these past years and to this very day, has willingly and recklessly driven itself […]

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This is what a small town is all about

By   /  September 20, 2013  /  29 Feature, News  /  Comments Off

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Twentynine Palms – The second annual Annual Historic Plaza Days  late this afternoon and early evening has really taken off. It’s the best event of the year. What distinguishes this event from all the rest of the events the city has is that this event is localized at Historic Plaza, as opposed to Pioneer Days or other […]

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Theater 29 2014 season announced

By   /  September 20, 2013  /  Entertainment  /  Comments Off

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At a special gala event September 12, hosted by the three Morongo Basin Chambers of Commerce, Theater 29 announced their upcoming 2014 season. The new season marks the fifteenth theatrical year for what has become the Morongo Basin’s premiere theatrical venue. Recent shows at Theater 29 have all played to record-breaking capacity and this phenomenal […]

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2nd Annual Historic Plaza Days

By   /  September 15, 2013  /  Entertainment  /  Comments Off

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Come One Come All   The Second Annual Historic Plaza Days   Friday Night, September 20th 2013   Young and old alike gather at the Historic Plaza in Twentynine Palms on Friday, Sept. 20, to kick off this year’s Pioneer Days fun with food, music and contests. The Twentynine Palms Chamber of Commerce, along with […]

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