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Refreshing foods to fight dehydration

Health experts continue to remind us, hydration is crucial in extreme heat. Water is an important key. Dieticians also say there are foods that can help prevent dehydration. Most fruits and vegetables have a higher water content compared to other foods. We’re talking about melons, strawberries, pineapple, cucumbers, tomatoes and lettuce.  Nutritionists say those foods good

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Supervisor Perez discusses voting for pay raises for elected officials

The Riverside County Board of Supervisors formally approved double-digit pay hikes for themselves and several other elected officials despite public criticism and lack of support from a fellow member. As we reported, the salary of several supervisors, including Fourth District Supervisor Manuel Perez, will increase 19%, from $190,000 to $226,000. Meanwhile, the supervisors also approved

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Harvey Milk Diversity Breakfast will be held Thursday at the Palm Springs Convention Center

About 1,200 people, including dozens of community and business leaders, will gather in Palm Springs tomorrow for the Harvey Milk Diversity Breakfast. The annual event celebrates Harvey Milk’s life and legacy and helps to support valley LGBTQ youth programs. According to Palm Springs Pride, in the twelve years, the Harvey Milk Diversity Breakfast has been

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CA leaders announce bill to create Chuckwalla National Monument and expand Joshua Tree National Park

A new bill to create the Chuckwalla National Monument and expand Joshua Tree National Park was introduced by state lawmakers at a news conference on Tuesday. This bill would establish a new Chuckwalla National Monument in eastern Imperial and Riverside counties to protect approximately 627,855 acres of California’s vast desert landscape. It would also expand

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Palm Springs International Airport releases annual report

The Palm Springs International Airport released its inaugural annual report this week. PSP had another record year for passenger travel last year, with just over 3.2 million passengers. That’s up nearly nine percent from the year earlier. This year’s projects include an expanded baggage claim area — remodeling the terminal restrooms– and new shade-structure installations.

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