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Z107.7 Story Retraction Request – False Reporting

By   /  January 14, 2013  /  News  /  6 Comments

Morongo Basin Broadcasting Corporation 6448 Hallee Road, Suite 5 Joshua Tree, CA 92252 January 14, 2013 Dear KCDZ, Z107.7 FM, Reporter Gary Daigneault -   1. Today’s news story on your radio station, Z107.7 FM, and its associated website about pipes breaking again inside the Hi-Desert Cultural Center’s front playhouse (the Kaye Ballard Theater) is completely […]

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Students Impact Water Savings in a Big Way!

By   /  June 11, 2012  /  General Posts, Joshua Tree, San Bernardino Co  /  Comments Off

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Joshua Tree, CA– One hundred and ten fifth grade students from both Joshua Tree Elementary School and Friendly Hills Elementary School just concluded a month-long exploration of water: its importance for life, global water availability, the water cycle, and learned about our watershed and ground water pollution. The “Water Wise Water Course” program, headed by Deb Bollinger, Conservation Coordinator for […]

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ABCs of Water: Careers in Water

By   /  November 2, 2011  /  Joshua Tree  /  Comments Off

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  Joshua Tree, Ca– Are you looking to change your career? Are you in college and not sure what to major in? Do you currently have job skills but you’re not sure if they relate to the water industry? Do you think that getting water is as simple as turning on the tap? If you […]

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Western Legacy Alliance: Leveling the playing field, The Grazing Improvement Act of 2011

By   /  May 24, 2011  /  General Posts, OHV Issues  /  4 Comments

If jobs and the economy are the #1 concern for America, why are rural communities and ranchers under attack by radical environmental groups and overzealous federal regulators? America depends upon the hundreds of products that livestock provide, yet radical groups and oppressive regulations make it almost impossible for ranchers to stay in business. Opposition to […]

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Let’s Use Our Heads

By   /  January 31, 2011  /  News  /  2 Comments

Today rioting in Egypt disrupts world markets and drives oil prices ever higher. Will it be Pakistan whose problems pummel us tomorrow? We don’t know the answer to that but we must surly know that Feinstein’s bill could not have come at a worse time? Americans can no longer make their house payments. State and […]

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Emma Jean’s Place

By   /  January 27, 2011  /  Entertainment  /  Comments Off

Our desert home has many great things to go and do. Yesterday reminded me of one of them. The Holland Burger in Victorville on old 66 is always a treat, Wednesday lunch special is always meat loaf, made fresh at the restaurant, not shipped in like most. The owner makes it from scratch the night […]

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Slate: The Turbo-est Taxes

By   /  January 13, 2011  /  Opinion  /  Comments Off

The Turbo-est Taxes Washington, DC- In her annual report to Congress delivered last week, the Internal Revenue Service’s ombudswoman urged lawmakers to simplify the federal tax code. Even if Congress listens to her advice, overhauling our tax system for the first time since 1986 could take years. In the meantime, where should you move to […]

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The Current Wisdom: Better Model, Less Warming

By   /  January 11, 2011  /  News  /  1 Comment

Posted by Patrick J. Michaels The Current Wisdom is a series of monthly posts in which Senior Fellow Patrick J. Michaels reviews interesting items on global warming in the scientific literature that may not have received the media attention that they deserved, or have been misinterpreted in the popular press. The Current Wisdom only comments […]

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I swear…. You can’t make this sh:+ up

By   /  January 9, 2011  /  News, Palm Springs, Riverside Co  /  1 Comment

Palm Springs, Ca– On Saturday, January 8, 2011, at approximately 10:12 PM, deputies from the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department, Cabazon Station, responded to an armed robbery that just occurred at the Valero Gas Station in Windy Point. A lone suspect walked into the business, brandished a revolver and forced the clerk to hand over an […]

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How about giving the taxpayer a break

By   /  January 3, 2011  /  News  /  7 Comments

These Damned hikers are costing the taxpayers a fortune. Every time one of them gets lost the County breaks out the off road vehicles and pisses away my green sticker money looking for these pukes. They should have to put up a bond just to cover the cost of dragging there carcasses out of the […]

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Riverside Sheriff sworn in today

By   /  January 3, 2011  /  News  /  Comments Off

Riverside, Ca– Riverside County Sheriff Stan Sniff will be sworn in on January 3rd, 2011, 9:00 a.m. at the Riverside County Administrative Center, located at 4080 Lemon Street, in Riverside. The ceremony will be brief, and light refreshments will be served immediately afterwards, across the street on the first floor of the Sheriff’s Administration Building, […]

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Chopper crew risked lives to rescue lost hikers

By   /  January 3, 2011  /  News  /  2 Comments

Wednesday, December 29, 2010 The LA County Sheriff’s Dept. issued a press release on last night’s rescue of the teenage hikers in Eaton Canyon, and it was more of an adventure than the initial reports suggested — but with no flashlights, no hiking supplies, and risking the lives of the chopper crew who had to […]

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Evacuations & Road Closures

By   /  December 27, 2010  /  News, San Bernardino Co  /  Comments Off

As this series of winter storms pass through San Bernardino County, residents and visitors need to be alert. Debris could be blocking the roadways and present a hazard. Also, roadways are slippery and visibility is reduced, so motorists are advised to leave earlier than usual to allow for slower driving conditions. As the rain continues […]

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Senior Moment Leads to Mrs. Oden’s Demise

By   /  December 26, 2010  /  News, San Bernardino Co  /  Comments Off

On 12/25/10, at 8:35 PM, Officers from the California Highway Patrol were sent to the area of Euclid Ave. and State Route 71, in Chino. Joan Ja Oden, a 67 year-old resident of Pasadena, had driven her vehicle past barricades that had closed Euclid Ave. due to flooding. She and her vehicle became submerged in […]

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