The plan was to have one posse headed by the sheriff enter the desert country by way of Bear Valley. Sheriff Hewins took charge of the 2nd posse.
“When news came of the murder to Ben de Crevecouer at dawn he immediately organized a posse and started after Willie-boy. They followed the trail of the murderer and the girl to the Southern Pacific railroad.
The development called “Pioneertown” is on the eastern slope of the San Bernardino mountains, and complete sound stages and outdoor movie location.
Development of Pioneertown, a unique motion picture location and resort community was be formally launched with ground-breaking ceremonies and an all-day celebration.
“The old West lives again” on the main street of Pioneertown the new desert-mountain community which is now building on a 25,000 acre tract situated on the southeastern slopes of the San Bernardino mountains. All buildings are being constructed along the lines of the structures that prevailed it typical Western town and the late eighties. (1880’s)
Perhaps one of the most unusual corporation meeting is ever to be held occurred recently at Pioneertown, the new desert-mountain community on the southeastern slopes of the San Bernardino mountains. The occasion was the first annual meeting of Pioneertown, a California corporation, and the setting was the Red Dog saloon, one of the early western buildings on the colorful main street “where the old West lives again.”
Some interest to revive the long-standing proposal to extend a road east to connect with the Twentynine Palms road. Currently, interest is being shown in cooperating with Pioneertown, a new desert real estate development that seeks an entrance into Bear Valley by way of Rose Mine.
The present condition of the road forces residents of the Twentynine Palms and adjacent desert areas who wish to go to the mountain resort to drive many miles out of their way.
Pioneertown, a colorful community built entirely in the atmosphere of the old West is rising in Morongo Valley, situated in the southeastern slopes of the San Bernardino Mountains. Main Street, extending through the heart of Pioneertown, is already improved with a series of business structures characteristic of the early days.
Pioneertown corporation of Yucca Valley has made an application to the state department of public works, division of water resources, to appropriate one half cubic foot per second of water from Burns Creek, tributary to PEPS creek on the Mojave desert, for domestic purposes, the department announced.