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NEEDLES — Between May 11 and May 20, deputies from the San Bernardino County Sheriff Department, Needles’ Colorado River Station, conducted multiple investigations that led to arrests throughout the city. The department is committed to a proactive approach to suppressing crime. Anyone with i…

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There was real concern — and good reasons for it — earlier this year about the potential for a prolonged 2020 California wildfire season. The state’s peak wildfire season typically runs from May through October, but wildfires can occur at any time. 

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SACRAMENTO — Religious services in California will look much different under rules that limit attendance to 100 people and recommend worshippers wear masks, limit singing and refrain from shaking hands or hugging.

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NEEDLES — To better align itself with state law regarding marijuana ordinances, the Needles City Council asked the city attorney to prepare an ordinance that will do such thing.

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NEEDLES — There are three new people at the Needles Animal Shelter: Tony Rubalcaba, senior officer; James Blacke, part-time/weekend officer; and Christy Perrit, office and kennel attendant. 

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Needles Unified School District Board of Trustees meeting in regular session on May 12. Trustees Christina Cameron-Otero, Laurie Fragoso, Marilyn Mathews, Sheridan Silversmith, Arlana Walters and District Supt. Mary McNeil were present. Trustee Steve Thomas was absent.

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LAKE HAVASU CITY — Main street businesses have been decimated during this crisis, and there’s still a long road ahead as they weather the pandemic storm.

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Needles City Council, Needles Public Utility Authority meeting in regular session on May 12, 2020. Councilors Tona Belt, Louise Evans, Shawn Gudmundson, Zachery Longacre, Vice Mayor Ed Paget and Timothy Terral were present. Mayor Jeff Williams was absent. Vice Mayor Paget presided over the meeting.

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