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Lacking social skills, COWs throw patties at Board of Supervisors

By   /  June 24, 2010  /  News, OHV Issues, Opinion  /  5 Comments

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It used to be Klasky and his group would send a threatening letter to civic leaders and cause a loss of bladder control. Those days seem to be over as more and more government is listening to the People and not “Special Interests.” The other day Phil Klasky and his group of malcontents from COW […]

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Lance… you dumb ass!

By   /  June 24, 2010  /  News  /  Comments Off

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On June 22, 2010 at about 01:40 hours, while on patrol in the city of Hesperia, Deputy James Rangel observed a blue Dodge van parked in an odd position at a gas station in the 15100 block of Main Street. He pulled into the location to investigate and discovered that the driver, Lance Pierce, was […]

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Arizona’s Got Balls. That’s a Good Thing

By   /  June 23, 2010  /  News, Opinion  /  3 Comments

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Check out these videos. Please help us get the word out about protecting our desert. Headlines on Federal Lands and our UNSECURE BORDER Border Wilderness – Too Dangerous for the Public The Price of Admission – Wilderness Rape Trees Rape Trees – A Look At The Numbers Trash On The Border Realities of Wilderness on […]

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That ain’t no way for an Angel to act, Gabriel…..

By   /  June 23, 2010  /  News  /  Comments Off

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On Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010, at approximately 12:43 p.m., deputies of the Victorville Police Station were dispatched to a report of a hit and run that occurred at Mariposa Rd. and Palmdale Rd. A witness at the intersection reportedly witnessed the collision and observed the suspect fail to stop, and attempt to flee the scene. […]

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Il Duce demands a new Theater Complex

By   /  June 22, 2010  /  29 Palms, News  /  17 Comments

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It turns out that his nibs the right onerous, Gary Daigneault idea of moving Theater 29 from its present location was laughed down at tonight’s Council Meeting. It turns out that he wants the city to fund a commercial Cinema operation under the auspices of a Non-Profit Corporation. So not only does this dork want […]

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Tommy Tortoise: Local time traveler in peril

By   /  June 22, 2010  /  News  /  34 Comments

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And important information concerning OHV, its desert riders and all interested parties. Desert Heights, June 22, 2010, TWENTYNINE PALMS – On a walk early this morning I came across Tommy Tortoise. He lives about twenty feet from the road in this feature photo. Tommy’s species have survived what Mother Nature and Planet Earth have dealt […]

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Surviving In A Bad Economy

By   /  June 22, 2010  /  General Posts  /  Comments Off

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Surviving in a bad economy is not easy. Do you find yourself living paycheck to paycheck? Do you notice at the grocery store that the prices have gone up? That isn’t the only thing that has gone up. Our taxes went up on almost everything, the utility bills and gasoline. Those are just a few […]

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Cactus Thorns receives Award

By   /  June 22, 2010  /  29 Palms, News, Opinion  /  6 Comments

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In addition to this Certification of Appreciation Award, Thorns also received a letter from the Arm Services YMCA thanking it for its sponsorship in their YMCA’s 2010 Soap Box Derby. SUPPLEMENTAL COMMENTARY ABOUT THINGS LOCAL I must apologize to everyone for harping on this, but I think it necessary since it’s my opinion that the […]

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Paradise Valley or Felony Flats?

By   /  June 22, 2010  /  General Posts, Opinion, Yucca Valley  /  4 Comments

Paradise Valley

Yucca Valley, CA – On the edge of this town of almost 26,000 is a small, quaint community with street names like Robert, Ronald, David, Linda Lee and Marvin. You could almost imagine the characters from a 1950s sitcom skipping down these streets. Except there is a low-lying danger beneath these streets as dangerous as […]

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Obama’s body count climbs

By   /  June 21, 2010  /  News, Opinion  /  3 Comments

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17 service members die in June, 17 more families without fathers or sons on Father’s day Another 17 families spent their first Father’s day without a father, or a son. The pentagon has released the names of 17 service members killed in Iraq and Afghanistan thus far in June, bringing the total to 214 for […]

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Northern Lights: Where, When And What?

By   /  June 21, 2010  /  General Posts  /  Comments Off

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Where can we see the northern lights? The Northern Lights, as the name suggests, are especially related to the polar regions. They occur most frequently in a belt of radius 2500 km centered on the magnetic north pole. This so-called auroral zone extends over northern Scandinavia, Island, the southern tip of Greenland and continuing over […]

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Jeffrey Warren Nussman, 56 of Bend Oregon

By   /  June 20, 2010  /  29 Palms, News  /  1 Comment

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Jeffrey Warren Nussman, age 56 from Bend, Oregon, was temporarily living in Twentynine Palms and working at the Marine base. On 06/19/2010, he became ill after arriving at work at 8 AM and attempted to drive himself to the hospital. While driving west bound on Highway 62, Nussman lost control of his vehicle and left […]

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What Father’s Day Really Means

By   /  June 20, 2010  /  General Posts  /  1 Comment

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Mrs. John B. Dodd, of Washington, first proposed the idea of a “father’s day” in 1909. Mrs. Dodd wanted a special day to honor her father, William Smart. William Smart, a Civil War veteran, was widowed when his wife (Mrs. Dodd’s mother) died in childbirth with their sixth child. Mr. Smart was left to raise […]

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A public Service Announcement

By   /  June 20, 2010  /  29 Palms, News, Yucca Valley  /  Comments Off

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Whistle blowers restore trust in local and county government. It also encourages and promotes practical ethics in government.  Sunshine is the best disinfectant. When public officials digress be it knowingly or unwittingly, it undermines the social order, promotes disrespect and gives rise to cynicism in the public sector. It drives people away from the voting […]

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