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Give Your Eyes a Rest Tips to reduce digital eye strain Imagine how strained and tired your arms would feel if you carried around a 10-pound rock for 12 hours. That’s essentially what you’re doing to your eyes when you focus on digital devices all day. If you’re experiencing...

Growing Up With Pets

4 Ways Kids can Benefit from Growing Up With Pets Pets can make an impression on every member of the family, but the bond between a child and a pet can become a special one with lifelong effects. From increased physical activity to a positive impact on confidence...

Joshua Tree Music Festival

The 17th Annual Spring Joshua Tree Music Festival is happening May 16 - 19, 2019. An easy drive from cultural hubs like LA, San Diego and Phoenix, the festival draws music lovers looking for a more intimate experience.  Attendees will relish in the eclectic lineup featuring artists and inspiration...

ELVIS is in the Building!

Come join us and celebrate on Saturday, May 4th, the Annual Elvis Honeymoon Hideaway Weekend celebrating the Wedding, 52 years ago, of Elvis and Priscilla. James King, the famous Elvis Tribute Artist and just back from a Dubai Concert trip, will perform an Elvis Concert from 3-5:30...

AERIAL ADULT MOSQUITO CONTROL APPLICATIONS SCHEDULED MAY 2-4 2019

Due to increased mosquito activity north of the Salton Sea, the District has scheduled ultra-low volume (ULV) applications by helicopter to reduce the number of mosquitoes and threat of mosquito-borne disease transmission. The treatment area is bordered by Highway 111, Wheeler Street,...

WILDFLOWERS AND WILD ART IN BORREGO SPRINGS

Thanks to the stupendous response to the high desert’s lavish display of Wildflowers (BorregoBlooms.org) this immense State Park has captured international media attention during record-breaking visitors. Undaunted this 585,000-acre masterpiece of dramatic desert geography is turning the corner for tourism in this surreal, but stunning environment. While you might...

Education Groups Call for Oversight of CA State Tax Credits

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Education groups are calling for more sunshine in the Golden State, with a bill that demands greater accountability for the billions of dollars of tax breaks California gives to commercial interests. Senate Bill 468 would sunset many business tax credits by 2023...

Report: CA Teacher Shortage Persists, Hits High-Poverty Schools Hardest

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — In California and across the nation, districts are struggling to hire enough teachers. And the shortage is getting worse, according to a new report.  There remains a supply gap of about 110,000 teachers nationwide as of last school year, primarily because...

KRISPY KREME RANCHO MIRAGE IS HERE!

OPENS TUESDAY 4/16/2019, DOORS OPEN 5:30 AM! Grand Opening today, the first 100 guests through the door will receive FREE doughnuts for one year and a t-shirt! So...the Very First guest through the door will receive a punch card for one free dozen Orignal...

Coachella Valley residents ask to help Determine Health Care District Zones for 2020 Election

The Desert Healthcare District is set to increase from five to seven zones before Election Day 2020, and the public is invited to contribute. The rezoning effort follows last year’s District expansion east of Cook Street and the appointment of two new Directors from the newly annexed...