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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 […]

Geffen Playhouse Premiere’s Neil Labute Drama

Geffen Playhouse Premiere’s Neil Labute Drama

Playwright Neil LaBute is a prolific writer of plays and screenplays.  But he rarely appears on the radar screens of mainstream American theatre goers. Some accuse him of being a misogynistic playwright on steroids. That label may be a little unfair.  They said the same thing about G.B. Shaw’s take on women, but Shaw performed […]

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 […]

MH17 Plane Crash

MH17 Plane Crash

The Ukrainian militia have handed over to Malaysian experts the black boxes from the Malaysian Boeing-777 airliner that crashed in east Ukraine on July 17. The Donetsk People’s Republic’s (DPR) Prime Minister Aleksandr Boroday handed over the black boxes from the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 early on Tuesday. “Here they are, the black boxes,” Boroday […]

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 […]

Town Street Homicide Suspect Apprehended in San Diego

Town Street Homicide Suspect Apprehended in San Diego

  On Saturday, June 28, 2014 around 3:45 a.m., Indio Police Detectives served a search warrant at a residence on the 100 block of Elder Ave., in the City of Imperial Beach (San Diego County) and arrested Joseph Robert Gentile (59 years old of Indio) for the homicide of Guillermo “William” Saavedra (72 years old […]

California Experiencing a Whooping Cough Epidemic 

California Experiencing a Whooping Cough Epidemic 

The number of pertussis (whooping cough) cases in the state has reached epidemic proportions it was reported today by Dr. Ron Chapman, director of the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and state health officer. As of June 10, there have been 3,458 cases of pertussis reported to CDPH in 2014, more than were reported […]

DHS Memorial Day Commemoration May 26, 2014

DHS Memorial Day Commemoration May 26, 2014

The City of Desert Hot Springs and the Community and Cultural Affairs Commission  would like to invite the public to attend our City’s Memorial Day Commemoration May 26, 2014. The ceremony begins at 10 a. m. at Veteran’s Memorial Park in Desert Hot Springs located at the corner of Palm Drive and Mission Lakes Boulevard. […]

Russia and US Battling on Many Fronts 

Russia and US Battling on Many Fronts 

With much of the world’s focus on the conflict in the Ukraine’s Crimea, the United States and Russia are facing off on many other fronts. The US is the only nation that holds veto power over major decisions at the IMF (International Monetary Fund). Russia is pushing for the IMF to move ahead without US […]

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