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Vidal Junction, CA: Grand Opening of the new Jitterbug Diner on Saturday.

Vidal Junction, CA: Grand Opening of the new Jitterbug Diner on Saturday.

The new Jitterbug Diner will be having a Grand Opening event starting at 9:00am PT on Saturday, December 2nd, 2017 in Vidal Junction, California.

The grand opening event will feature the Havasu Deuces Car Club, along with music and great food in a fun 50’s atmosphere.

The new Jitterbug Diner serves up good food and good service in a great atmosphere from the 50’s era.

Try the Mustang Burger with cheese and onion rings served with french fries, and on a hot day, try their cherry milkshake with cherries blended in with whipped cream and a cherry on top.

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The new Jitterbug Diner is located at 3610 Highway 95 in Vidal Junction, California.

The new Jitterbug Diner is opened Wednesday through Sunday from 7:00am to 7:00pm PT and close Monday and Tuesday.

For more information, please called Jitterbug Diner at: 1 (702) 903-5301.

Check out the Jitterbug Diner Facebook page at the following website address:

https://www.facebook.com/Jitterbug-Diner-1849201578672837/

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News Update!!: Downtown Needles, CA: Painting of 3 railroad cars at Train Park completed.

News Update!!: Downtown Needles, CA: Painting of 3 railroad cars at Train Park completed.

Painting of 3 railroad cars at Train Park is completed thanks to R.M.C. Painting from Needles, California.

The 3 railroad cars at Train Park, located along the 1200 block of Front Street in Downtown Needles, California, was in need of a new coat of painting from years of faded out paint and graffiti attacks.

On Thursday, November 2nd, 2017, R.M.C. Painting from Needles, California crew began painting 3 railroad cars at the Train Park.

The R.M.C. Painting crew of Robert C., Wayne T., Benny R., and Tim T. spent 3 days painting the 3 railroad cars as well as hand painting the lettering along the rail cars.

R.M.C. Painting crew tells ZachNews that they are very happy be here painting 3 railroad cars and beautify their community.

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News Alert!!: Vidal Junction, CA: Soft Opening of the new Jitterbug Diner.

News Alert!!: Vidal Junction, CA: Soft Opening of the new Jitterbug Diner.

Are you getting hungry on a long journey across the desert?

Then stop on into the new Jitterbug Diner in Vidal Junction, California for a bite to eat.

Owned by Danny Williams and his wife Amber, new Jitterbug Diner is having their soft opening of the new diner which just opened on Wednesday, November 1st, 2017.

The new Jitterbug Diner is serving up good food and good service in a great atmosphere from the 50’s era.

Try the Mustang Burger with cheese and onion rings served with french fries, and on a hot day, try their cherry milkshake with cherries blended in with whipped cream and a cherry on top.

A grand opening event for the new Jitterbug Diner is schedule for the first Saturday in December 2017.

**** Jitterbug Diner Menu: ****

The new Jitterbug Diner is located at 3610 Highway 95 in Vidal Junction, California.

The new Jitterbug Diner is opened Wednesday through Sunday from 7:00am to 7:00pm PT and close Monday and Tuesday.

For more information, please called Jitterbug Diner at: 1 (702) 903-5301.

** Check out the Jitterbug Diner Facebook page at the following website address: **

https://www.facebook.com/Jitterbug-Diner-1849201578672837/

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News Alert!!: Downtown Needles, CA: Pictures: Painting underway of 3 railroad cars at Train Park.

News Alert!!: Downtown Needles, CA: Pictures: Painting underway of 3 railroad cars at Train Park.

R.M.C. Painting from Needles, California crew is painting 3 railroad cars at the Train Park off Front Street in Downtown Needles, California.

The 3 railroad cars had faded out paint and some graffiti, and was in need of a new coat of painting.

The R.M.C. Painting crew of Robert C., Wayne T., Benny R., and Tim T. will be there for the next 3 days painting the 3 railroad cars as well as hand painting the lettering along the rail cars.

R.M.C. Painting crew tells ZachNews that they are very happy be here painting 3 railroad cars and beautify their community.

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News Alert!!: Mohave Valley, AZ: EPCOR discovers water leak in a main line.

News Alert!!: Mohave Valley, AZ: EPCOR discovers water leak in a main line.

According to the water utility company EPCOR, they have discovered a water leak in a main lines in Mohave Valley, Arizona on Thursday, July 20th, 2017.

Because of the leak in one of their main lines here, EPCOR is predicting a 6 hour period for the water to be off.

EPCOR have not release the exact location of this leak.

According to the Mohave Valley Fire Department, their fire station located at 1451 Willow Drive in Mohave Valley, Arizona has no water.

Stay tuned to ZachNews for more news updates with more information regarding this news story.

Needles, CA: Death investigation of a dead body found near River Toys Boat and R.V. Storage.

Needles, CA: Death investigation of a dead body found near River Toys Boat and R.V. Storage.

The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department is a dead body that was found near River Toys Boat and R.V. Storage, located on the 300 block of Balboa Place, in Needles, California at 10:10am PT on Friday, June 2nd, 2017.

 

A news tips of police activity and crime tape seen near the River Toys Boat and R.V. Storage as well as an incident call posted on the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department’s Media Summary page (NE171530007 NER1700578 DB (Dead Body)) had ZachNews contacting the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department for more information.

The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department only confirms to ZachNews that a dead body was discovered at the location and a death investigation was launched

ZachNews has learned that the person who was found dead is being identified as Steve Raskett, the on-site manager at River Toys Boat and R.V. Storage.

In a posting on the River Daves Place website to their customers, River Toys Boat and R.V. Storage said, “To our Valued Customers: It is with deep sadness that we are notifying you of the passing of Steve Raskett, the on-site manager at River Toys Boat and RV Storage, on Friday, June 2, 2017. Steve?s presence at River Toys will certainly be missed by all who knew him. In deference to Steve?s privacy and for that of his family and friends the details of his passing will not be made public.”

The posting from River Toys Boat and R.V. Storage continues saying, “The owners have engaged the services of Jimmy Murray to fill in for the next several days until the new on-site manager, Ricardo Ortiz, can make arrangements to settle in at the boat storage. You can contact Jimmy or Ricardo at 1.760.326.6363 if you wish to make appointments for taking your boat out. Should you have any immediate needs which cannot be handled by Jimmy or Ricardo, please contact Sue Guthrie at 909.882.3393 or sguthrie@crawford4funds.com. Thank you in advance for respecting Steve?s memory and privacy. Sincerely, RIVER TOYS BOAT & RV STORAGE.

** River Daves Place: Important – River Toys Storage in Needles: **

http://www.riverdavesplace.com/forums/showthread.php?169643-Important-River-Toys-Storage-in-Needles&p=2694380&viewfull=1#post2694380

** ZachNews sends our thoughts, prayers, and condolences to the family and friends of Steve Raskett. **

Anybody with information should contact the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department’s Colorado River Station at: 1 (760) 326-9200.

 

 

Breaking News!!: Erie, PA: Nationwide manhunt for Steve W. Stephens ends with Facebook murder suspect killing himself.

Breaking News!!: Erie, PA: Nationwide manhunt for Steve W. Stephens ends with Facebook murder suspect killing himself.

The nationwide manhunt underway for Facebook murder suspect accused of shooting death of an elderly man in Cleveland, Ohio has ended on Tuesday, April 18th, 2017 when his body was found in a vehicle in Erie, Pennsylvania.

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The Pennsylvania State Police confirmed that 37 year old Steve W. Stephens was spotted by employees at a McDonald’s fast food restaurant on Buffalo Road.

An employee at a McDonald’s fast food restaurant called 911 well employees held up the suspect’s order until authorities arrived.

According to TMZ, Steve W. Stephens’ order of a 20 piece McNugget and a large fry, and employees at a McDonald’s fast food restaurant made it seem the fries weren’t ready so they could buy time.

Steve W. Stephens later shot and killed himself as authorities approached his vehicle.

Steve W. Stephens was filmed himself killing an elderly man, identified as 74 year old Robert Godwin Sr., who walking along East 93rd Street collecting aluminum cans on Sunday, April 16, 2017 then posting the video on Facebook.

A nationwide manhunt was launched for Steve W. Stephens on Monday, April 17th, 2017 with the Federal Bureau of Investigation is offering a reward of up to $30,000 for information leading to his arrest.

More information is still coming into ZachNews.