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Nations First, Governor Signs Law Recognizing Coachella Valley’s LGBTQ Veterans Memorial as Official State Memorial

#UPDATE #BREAKING (SACRAMENTO, CA)— Yesterday, August 20th Governor Brown put pen to paper, signing into law AB 2439, Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia’s legislation designating Desert Memorial Parks’ LGBTQ Veterans Memorial located in Cathedral City as the state’s official LGBTQ Veteran Memorial.

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25th anniversary Jazz in the Pines survives Cranston Fire, let the “Music” play on……….

MUSIC Jazz in the Pines will go on as scheduled! Let the music play on!!! Idyllwild Arts was temporarily evacuated due to the Cranston Fire that started on July 25, but the fire has been contained and the campus is unharmed. We

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EXCESSIVE HEAT WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 10 AM MONDAY TO 8 PM PDT THURSDAY… *

#ExcessiveHeatWarningAlert:…HEAT WAVE…High pressure has strengthened over the southwest bringing this extended period of very hot weather except at the immediate coast and at the highest elevations of the mountains. EXCESSIVE HEAT WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 10 AM MONDAY TO

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Canadian Hiker vanishes without a trace, hunt that began last week in Joshua Tree National Park scaled back

The search for missing Canadian hiker Paul Miller, who has been missing since Friday morning in Joshua Tree National Park has been scaled back, officials said. Update by Craige Campbell/ CoachellaValley.com  Cover Photo by Laura Green “While resource levels will

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Search enters the 6th day for hiker missing in Joshua Tree National Park

#LostHikerNews, a search begins for hiker missing in Joshua Tree National Park. Cover photo by Laura Green. UPDATE: 7/18/18 2am  Check here for regular updates. Search for missing hiker at Joshua Tree National Park trail reaches it’s 6th day “Still

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Palm Springs is considering allowing bars to stay open until 4 a.m

Palm Springs is considering allowing bars to stay open until 4 a.m., if a bill makes it through the assembly and is signed by the governor. What are your thoughts Coachella Valley? Palm Springs city council votes 5-0 to be

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Palm Desert DMV joins 42 other California DMVs now open 2 Saturdays per month to lower weekday wait times

The weekend service started yesterday, July 7th from 8am-1pm. Behind the Wheel Exams will not be available and some DMVs may be limited to driver license renewals and issuance of ID cards. The Palm Desert office is open the first

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The Libation Room is the newest bar on El Paseo in Palm Desert

Set to open today, Friday, at the El Paseo Shopping District in Palm Desert, this Gatsbyesq nightclub is like one “long catwalk,” says owner Barry Gilinsky. Think dark velvet walls, and shiny crystal chandeliers. Here’s a list of Libation Room’s

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CoachellaValley.com Welcomes Hot Purple Energy as our Newest Proud Partner – Sponsor

CoachellaValley.com Welcomes Hot Purple Energy as a Proud Partner Sponsor Rancho Mirage, CA – CoachellaValley.com – the largest independent online, native digital media company covering the Coachella Valley region – announces the addition of Hot Purple Energy as a new

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Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia Honors Sure Helpline Crisis Center as Nonprofit of the Year!!

Imperial County violence intervention and prevention center recognized at the State Capitol – Sure Helpline Crisis Center recognized as the 56th Assembly District Nonprofit of the Year.     (Sacramento – CA) June 6th, 2018 Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia (D-Coachella) was proud

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Cathedral City Council votes for Cannabis Grow-Op in Strip Mall

The Cathedral City Council has decided on Wednesday to vote in favor of letting a large cannabis grow-op go ahead and exist in a city strip mall. The project will allow seven of eight suites in a Canyon Plaza Shopping Center

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YES, IT’S TRUE! TICKETS FOR COACHELLA 2019 ON SALE THIS FRIDAY!!! JUNE 1st.

 Friday, June 1 at 11:00am  Coachella.com #BreakingNews  YES, IT’S TRUE! TICKETS FOR COACHELLA 2019 ON SALE THIS FRIDAY!!! JUNE 1st. A month after taking over the polo fields in Indio, organizers behind the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival have

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50-Year old Tamarisks in Palm Springs being removed

PALM SPRINGS – Controversial tamarisk trees started being removed near Tahquitz Creek Golf course by the city of Palm Springs on Tuesday. They have been deemed “Racist trees” by some, as it was believed that they were planted to block

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After investing $10 million in the property, the Hard Rock Hotel in Palm Spring is gone.

After nearly 5 years and investing $10 million in the property, the Hard Rock Hotel in Palm Spring is gone.  The Hard Rock International said their departure April 26th is beyond their control and no further comment. But the Palm

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Coachella Festival: 2019 Festival Map!

Here is the new map for 2019 Coachella. Are you ready! Here is the new map for 2018 Coachella. Are you ready!  

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SIMULATION SHOWS FALLOUT OF 7.7-MAGNITUDE QUAKE IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY

Simulation of 7.7 Earthquake CLICK TO WATCH SIMULATION CLICK TO WATCH SIMULATION

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Coachella Valley Farming big business, all in a days work!

COVER PHOTO: Dorothea Lange (1895-1965)  – In the Fields: Near Meloland, Imperial Valley. Large scale agriculture. Gang labor, Mexican and white, from the Southwest. Pull, clean, tie and crate carrots for the eastern market for eleven cents per crate of

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Coachella Valley Astronomy and Astrophotography, Mercury Transit

Story/Photos by Coachella Valley Astronomy and Astrophotography – Dedicated to bringing you the latest information on endeavors in amateur Astronomy and Astrophotography here in the Coachella Valley!!! Mercury Transit of the Sun from the Coachella Valley 5-9-16 The Mercury transit

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Destroying our Desert in the name of “Green” Energy

I’m not passionate about a lot of things – but those things that I am, are closely related to the desert, whether it be historical or cultural elements, biological, or environmental. It hasn’t always been this way, as a teenager

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888,246 Ceramic Poppies infill the tower of London for Remembrance Day

Last Year 888,246 ceramic poppies infill the tower of London for remembrance day Remembrance Day, taking place each year on November 11th, marks the end of the first world war and honors the commonwealth armed forces who have died in

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