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Paradise Ranch 1st Annual WORLD DAY of PEACE Outdoor Music Festival

Paradise Ranch 1st Annual WORLD DAY of PEACE Outdoor Music Festival

Paradise Ranch  1st Annual WORLD DAY of PEACE Outdoor Music Festival and Kitty’s Wildlife Rescue Fundraiser 21900 Penny Lane, Sky Valley, CA 92241 Sunday, September 21st From 2pm until we’re done!! with The Most Incredible Gathering of Music & Musicians That you’ve heard in a very long time – maybe ever!! for A Worthy Cause […]

Mission Springs Water District Director Vacates Seat

Mission Springs Water District Director Vacates Seat

Desert Hot Springs, CA.-Two-term Director of the Mission Springs Water District, John Brown, said good bye to his fellow Directors. Brown, elected to the Board in 2007, recently accepted the position of Executive Director for The San Diego-based Human Dignity Foundation, a LGBT Community Foundation, requiring him to relocate from his Desert Hot Springs residency. […]

CV Link Approved!

CV Link Approved!

San Jose, CA.– The Coachella Valley Association of Governments (CVAG) is proud to announce that CV Link, a 50-mile pedestrian, bicycle and low-speed electric vehicle transportation corridor along the Whitewater River, was approved today to receive $10.9 million in Active Transportation Program (ATP) funding by the California Transportation Commission. Riverside County Supervisor John J. Benoit […]

Non-Human Aliens Are Now On Earth:

Non-Human Aliens Are Now On Earth:

“Contact In The Desert,” a four-day conference at the Joshua Tree Retreat Center held at the beginning of August 2014, attracted 2,000 people to its discussions of alien visitations to earth, sightings of unidentified flying objects (UFO’s), unexplained crop circles and the relations between the alien visitors and the U.S. Government. 30 speakers, including many […]

City Manager Martín Magaña hires Charles “Chuck” Maynard

City Manager Martín Magaña hires Charles “Chuck” Maynard

As Interim Police Chief for the City of Desert Hot Springs Desert Hot Springs, California – City Manager Martín Magaña, along with unanimous support from the City Council announced today that he has hired Charles “Chuck” Maynard as the Desert Hot Springs Interim Police Chief. He will start Monday, August 11, 2014 and his contract […]

20th Anniversary Celebrations of the California Desert Protection Act

20th Anniversary Celebrations of the California Desert Protection Act

Twentynine Palms, CA – Today; the Joshua Tree National Park Council for the Arts launched an initiative to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the California Desert Protection Act of 1994. Today’s announcement comes 100 days out from the anniversary of the California Desert Protection Act, which became law on October 31, 1994. The California Desert […]

Drought—it is upon us.

Drought—it is upon us.

By John Souillere Administrative Officer MSWD The word “drought” probably means more to you now than it did about six weeks ago. Drought discussions have dominated the media as well as activities in Sacramento since January when Governor Brown declared a drought state of emergency due to the unprecedented and enduring lack of precipitation in […]

Could A Pill Reverse The Aging Process?

Could A Pill Reverse The Aging Process?

Age reversal may seem impossible now but Dr. David Sinclair, a Professor of Genetics at Harvard Medical School, is working to make it a reality. Sinclair, who is listed among Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People of 2014, has already identified a chemical that may reverse the aging process. Increasing the levels of that chemical […]

Not Your Average Carne At El Matador  

Not Your Average Carne At El Matador  

By Dan Marinelli DESERT HOT SPRINGS – In the Mexican food-laden Coachella Valley, finding a decent spot to get a burrito is not rocket science. In Desert Hot Springs, however, the go-to place during the day – or late at night – is El Matador, right off Palm Drive. El Matador is small, quaint and […]

DHS Celebrates

DHS Celebrates

By Carolyn W. Gaines The Five Years Long awaited, FIREWORKS returned to the Desert Hot Springs July 5, 2014, event took place at Mission Lakes Marketplace. The Independence Celebration was colorful, happy, friendly, excited, filled with plenty of love. Organized by Mayor Pro-Tem Russell Betts, the event was made possible by many people stepping in […]

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