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John -Paul Valdez

John -Paul Valdez

JOHN-PAUL VALDEZ   Valdez on DHS Now: “The major issue facing Desert Hot Springs is a budget that is not clearing the hurdle. We simply don’t have the money we’re spending, and there are a lot of reasons. People will give you the ‘Coulda, woulda, shoulda’ story: ‘Oh, well, the economy’s down.’   “Now, I’m […]

Adam Sanchez

Adam Sanchez

ADAM SANCHEZ Sanchez on DHS Now: “We’re in a financial crisis. This year, the council approved a budget of $18 million knowing there’s only $16 million or less in revenue. I voted no for the last two budgets I’ve been on council; I’ve only been on council a year and half. The first year, they […]

Desert Hot Springs Mayoral Candidate Special ‘Yvonne Parks’

Desert Hot Springs Mayoral Candidate Special ‘Yvonne Parks’

YVONNE PARKS   Parks on DHS Now: “Overall, as far as the infrastructure, recreation for our youth and seniors, our medical clinic that’s opening in a couple of weeks, our new Health and Wellness center — all that is very good. “We’re having some difficulty with our budget. The projected budget is $18 million and […]

Moving DHS Forward

Moving DHS Forward

Maria, owner of the Springs Resort & Spa hosted a delightful Meet & Greet Fundraiser for the Re-elect Parks, Matas & Pye Team. All are incumbents and currently running for re-elections. ‘Move Desert Hot Springs Forward’ that is their motto and the name of their website. Go visit MovingDHSforward.com and check out their credentials. The […]

A TV Fairy Tale for Grown-Ups

A TV Fairy Tale for Grown-Ups

Billed as Bid & Breakfast, producers of last June’s Yucca Valley Art and Retail auction which  was the area’s first online streaming auction of it’s kind are including Palm Springs artists and merchants in this desert awareness campaign. “We’ve got fantastic artists and wonderful unique shopping alternatives here in the desert”, says producer/host, Buster Baker. […]

Career Day at Desert Hot Springs High School

Career Day at  Desert Hot Springs High School

Career Day at  Desert Hot Springs High School 65850 Pierson Boulevard, Desert Hot Springs, CA 92240 Thursday, October 17, 2013 from 12:00 – 3:00 pm Career Day will be held in our gym. You will be provided with a table and two chairs. Please bring something visual for your table top. Students will be visiting […]

Improving Kids’ Health for the School Year

Improving Kids’ Health for the School Year

Childhood obesity rates have skyrocketed over the past 30 years. Presently, one-third of American kids are overweight or obese.             Since most kids consume half their daily calories at school, healthy eating habits must be addressed both at home and in the classroom.             “Unfortunately, healthy eating for kids isn’t always stressed consistently,” said Debbie […]

Rick Daniels Resigns as City Manager of Desert Hot Springs

Rick Daniels Resigns as City Manager of Desert Hot Springs

Honorable Yvonne Parks, Mayor, This letter is to notify you that I will be leaving the City in early September to pursue other opportunities in either the private of public sector. I have been fortunate, honored, and humbled to have served the good and decent people of Desert Hot Springs and their City Council. I will work with […]

Dog Death Camp Raided – Animals Rescued

Dog Death Camp Raided – Animals Rescued

SKY VALLEY – Animal advocate Kitty Pallesen watched anxiously from Dillon Road as Riverside County Animal Control trucks raided the Dog Death Camp and rescued a pack of abused Queensland Heeler dogs on Thursday morning July 25, 2013. Four Animal Control trucks, six SUVs and one white van stormed the remote desert property in Fan […]

Palm Springs Blood Drive July 25th

Blood Drive Slated for July 25 at Palm Springs City Hall residents are invited to donate blood and compete for bragging rights against the eight other Coachella Valley cities in a valley-wide community blood drive. Slated for from noon – 6 p.m. on Thursday, July 25 at Palm Springs City Hall, 3200 E. Tahquitz Canyon […]