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Human remains found in Joshua Tree National Park
le 24/12/2019 à 8:42
JOSHUA TREE NATIONAL PARK — Skeletal remains discovered in the 49 Palms Oasis area last week have not yet been identified, but a missing Canadian hiker’s family says it has sent his dental records to investigators to see if they…
Judge rules the December appointment of Dawn Rowe is null and void
par By Jené Estrada, Hi-Desert Star le 19/09/2019 à 8:52
SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY — Dawn Rowe’s seat on the Board of Supervisors is in question after Judge Janet M. Frangie of the San Bernardino County Superior Court ruled on Wednesday that her appointment was unlawful and in violation of the…
Testimony for prosecution details the first 24 hours after the deaths
par By Jené Estrada Hi-Desert Star le 16/08/2019 à 9:31
JOSHUA TREE –– Eric Branske said his longtime friend, Rafael Ari Aikens, approached him after an early-morning formation for their platoon aboard the combat center on March 24, 2017. Branske and Aikens were Marines who both lived in barracks building…
High school students to decorate city with free scarves for needy
le 20/12/2018 à 11:22
TWENTYNINE PALMS — The Twentynine Palms High School Crocheting for a Cause club will be giving away scarves Saturday.
Man tries to pick up 14-year-old girl, gets sheriff's detectives instead
le 17/02/2018 à 2:52
TWENTYNINE PALMS — Sheriff’s detectives arrested a 75-year-old man they say came to Twentynine Palms thinking he was going to pick up a 14-year-old girl for sexual acts Tuesday.
Update: Hikers were out of water, sheltering from sun before shooting
par Staff report le 20/10/2017 à 5:47
JOSHUA TREE NATIONAL PARK — Missing hikers Rachel Nguyen, 20, and Joseph Orbeso, 22, died of gunshot wounds, and investigators believe Orbeso shot her and then himself. The cause of death was announced Friday afternoon by the San Bernardino County…
Two hikers found dead near Amboy Crater
le 13/08/2017 à 6:03
AMBOY — A married couple from Yorba Linda died Saturday, Aug. 12, while trying to hike near the Amboy Crater, where temperatures reached 113 degrees.
Searchers comb national park for missing hikers
le 30/07/2017 à 2:17
JOSHUA TREE NATIONAL PARK — A young Westminster couple went hiking in the national park Thursday and have not been seen since.
29 shows the way on arsenic removal
par By Sara Kernan, Hi-Desert Star le 24/05/2017 à 12:14
TWENTYNINE PALMS — Twentynine Palms Water District is pioneering the field of arsenic removal in drinking water thanks to the partnership with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Christopher Lee gets life in prison for Erin Corwin's murder
par By Kurt Schauppner The Desert Trail le 29/11/2016 à 7:32
TWENTYNINE PALMS — Saying he felt the weight of the consequences of his actions, confessed killer Christopher Lee was given a sentence of life without the possibility of parole Tuesday for the murder of Erin Corwin.
Twentynine Palms tops Yucca Valley to take bell
par By Josh Allen, Hi-Desert Star le 05/11/2016 à 6:42
YUCCA VALLEY —This year looked like the year Yucca Valley might take back the bell from Twentynine Palms after an 11-year drought.
After confession, Lee shows how he strangled Corwin on life-size doll
par By Leah Sanson, Hi-Desert Star le 29/10/2016 à 6:40
SAN BERNARDINO — After Christopher Lee confessed Thursday, Oct. 27, to killing 19-year-old Erin Corwin and pushing her body down a mineshaft, he demonstrated how he strangled her, using a life-size doll provided to the district attorney.
Mother faces murder charge for infant’s death
par By Stacy Moore, Hi-Desert Star le 02/08/2016 à 12:08
TWENTYNINE PALMS — A Twentynine Palms woman is facing a murder charge in the death of her 3-month-old baby.
Ex-county representative makes deal in drug case
par By Stacy Moore, Hi-Desert Star le 06/11/2015 à 4:52
SAN BERNARDINO — Mike Lipsitz, the Morongo Basin’s former field representative for San Bernardino County 3rd District Supervisor James Ramos, pleaded guilty Thursday to bringing drugs or paraphernalia into a jail.
Sheriff" Beware of IRS telephone scam
le 06/11/2015 à 2:31
MORONGO BASIN — An IRS telephone scam is making the rounds in the Morongo Basin.
Newspaper owner leaves legacy in hometown news
le 08/10/2015 à 12:25
POWAY — William J. Brehm Sr., owner of the parent company of the Hi-Desert Star and Desert Trail and a benefactor to many projects in the Morongo Basin, died Sunday in his home in Poway after a long battle with…
MUSD Board of Education unanimous on tentative agreements
par Josh Allen, Hi-Desert Star le 17/06/2015 à 9:01
JOSHUA TREE — The Morongo Unified School District Board of Education voted 5-0 Tuesday night to accept the tentative agreements that were already approved by the Morongo Teachers Association and the California School Employees Association.
Deputies arrest county representative for giving drugs to inmate
le 06/02/2015 à 1:16
DEVORE — Michael Lipsitz, the Morongo Basin's field representative for 3rd District Supervisor James Ramos, was arrested Wednesday afternoon on charges he gave drugs to an inmate at Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center.
Bills 2416 and 1897 should be defeated
le 21/08/2014 à 11:16
Over the years, California has earned a reputation of not being friendly to business interests and thus we have seen states like Texas come try to pry businesses to move out of our state. California has earned this reputation with…
Young artists show off handiwork at gallery show
par By Rebecca Unger, Hi-Desert Star le 21/08/2014 à 10:56
TWENTYNINE PALMS — Clay Camp, a summer art program for youngsters at the 29 Palms Art Gallery, wrapped with an artists’ reception Friday evening, Aug. 15.
Security dog Max needs surgery to save his life
par By Kurt Schauppner, The Desert Trail le 21/08/2014 à 10:32
DESERT HEIGHTS — Max, the alpha dog at Feathers ’N’ Fur Rescue Ranch, has two options: have surgery to remove a foreign object and repair his hip or face being put down.
Wonder Valley road fund hits speed bump
par By Rebecca Unger, Hi-Desert Star le 21/08/2014 à 10:29
SAN BERNARDINO — The county supervisors agreed 5-0 at their open meeting Tuesday, Aug. 19, to stall implementation of the Wonder Valley road maintenance assessment district that was approved by voters in July by extending the public protest period to…
Family of volunteers granted annual honor from Kiwanis Club
par By Kurt Schauppner, The Desert Star le 21/08/2014 à 10:24
TWENTYNINE PALMS — The Jimenez family, whose community activities include volunteer work at the local library, helping the fight against cancer with Relay for Life and participating in productions at Theatre 29, was honored Tuesday, Aug. 19, as the Kiwanis…
Erin Corwin's body found in mine shaft; lover arrested for murder
par By Stacy Moore, Hi-Desert Star le 18/08/2014 à 8:07
TWENTYNINE PALMS — Erin Corwin’s body was found Saturday, Aug. 16, in a 140-foot mine shaft, a discovery followed the next day by the arrest of her lover, Christopher Brandon Lee, 24, in Anchorage, Alaska.
Locals make Assembly contest
par By Rebecca Unger and Courtney Vaughn The Desert Trail le 05/06/2014 à 1:01
MORONGO BASIN— If the early results hold, the November election for the 42nd District Assembly seat will be the Hi-Desert version of a freeway series.
Two motorcyclists killed in Joshua Tree National Park
par By Courtney Vaughn Hi-Desert Star le 07/04/2014 à 7:07
JOSHUA TREE NATIONAL PARK— Two motorcyclists were killed after a head-on collision Sunday afternoon at Joshua Tree National Park.
Jacob Andrew Koval, 27
le 03/04/2014 à 12:50
Jacob Andrew Koval, 27, of Yucca Valley, died March 3, 2014.
Mobile home park condemned
par By Rebecca Unger, Hi-Desert Star le 07/03/2014 à 12:34
TWENTYNINE PALMS — The Shady Elms mobile home park at 5074 Adobe Road was condemned Thursday afternoon, March 6, by state inspectors due to unsafe living conditions.
Suspects lead motorcycle chase from Morongo Valley to Twentynine Palms
le 03/10/2013 à 2:18
TWENTYNINE PALMS — Two people carrying methamphetamine and marijuana tried to escape law enforcement in a chase that spanned the Morongo Basin Wednesday, Sgt. Derek Garvin said in a news release.
Quail Fire continues to burn in national park
par Staff report le 13/08/2012 à 4:31
JOSHUA TREE NATIONAL PARK— Firefighters continue to battle a 250 to 300 acre fire in Joshua Tree National Park.
Bill aims to free up mining sites
par By Courtney Vaughn The Desert Trail le 28/09/2011 à 9:37
EAGLE MOUNTAIN— A Senate Bill awaiting the governor’s approval could allow mining operations to continue near Joshua Tree National Park.
TPHS Wildcats share their summer memories
par By Lauren Anderson, Special to The Trail le 14/08/2011 à 9:44
TWENTYNINE PALMS - Summer is coming to a close and kids are preparing for the upcoming school year, but what have they been doing during the past three months to occupy their time? Working jobs, getting a head start on…
Happy birthday, dear national park
par Staff report le 14/08/2011 à 9:35
MORONGO BASIN - The desert presented one of its finest summer mornings for Joshua Tree National Park's 75th anniversary festivities Wednesday.
Music, masks and mail part of library programs
par Staff report le 01/07/2011 à 12:24
MORONGO BASIN - Summer Reading Programs are under way at the public libraries in Yucca Valley and Joshua Tree.
Mom has more to say
par Jimmy Biggerstaff, Hi-Desert Star le 30/06/2011 à 11:57
More information comes to light on Tuesday's attack
Genes prove it: Two tortoise species
par By Stacy Moore, Hi-Desert Star le 30/06/2011 à 6:39
And you thought there was only one kind of desert tortoise. Well, you were wrong.
Twentynine ready to give thanks
par By Kurt SchauppnerThe Desert Trail le 17/11/2010 à 8:00
TWENTYNINE PALMS — Preparations are continuing for three Thanksgiving traditions: the annual Thanksgiving service at Smith’s Ranch, the community Thanksgiving dinner at Little Church of the Desert and the Twentynine Palms High School Interact Club’s Thanksgiving food giveaway.
Wildcats set Bell record
le 10/11/2010 à 8:00
YUCCA VALLEY — In the 43-year history of the Hi-Desert’s rivalry for the Kiwanis Club Bell, no team has ever managed to keep the bell longer than five seasons, until now.
If you were reading the print edition…
le 10/11/2010 à 8:00
The Thursday, Nov. 11, print edition of The Desert Trail is packed with information on the Drum Hike, Army veteran Troy Yocum's cross-country quest to raise money and awareness for veterans' families. There's a rundown of plans for Veterans Tribute…
Jones arraigned on four counts of child abuse
le 21/02/2009 à 8:00
Stacy Moore, Hi-Desert Star
Welcome to The Desert Trail Web site!
le 07/01/2009 à 8:00
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le 24/11/2008 à 8:00