With owner’s tweets, an apple farm…

A dense fog hung over James Riley’s homestead in this apple-growing community as the platoon of buses, carrying 150 mostly Latino and black fifth-graders, pulled up. Here in the foothills of the San Bernardino Mountains, about 80 miles from downtown… Read full article at Los Angeles Times

Some valley parents will keep children…

INDIO, Calif. - A group of about 20 parents and grandparents showed up at Desert Ridge Academy in Indio Monday, even though school was out for the holiday. The gathered to talk about and prepare for their protest planned for… Read full article at KESQ News

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‘Vunerable’ teen rescued from Palm Springs…

Palm Springs Unified School District officials are investigating how a vulnerable teenager who walked home during Thursday’s rainstorm was nearly swept away by flash floods at the Mesquite Country Club golf course. Images and video captured the harrowing three-hour rescue… Read full article at The Desert Sun

10 schools in valley among the…

Ten Coachella Valley schools are among the state's lowest performing, a list produced by the California Department of Education shows. State and local administrators said the goal isn't to stigmatize these schools but to identify schools that will receive additional… Read full article at The Desert Sun

Banning school district seeks to recoup…

Between the teacher strike and a cyberterrorism threat last fall that caused only half of Banning High School to show up to school one day, the Banning school district is hoping the state will allow it to recoup nearly 10… Read full article at Record Gazette

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Boys & Girls Club Palm Springs…

Selected among four outstanding youth, Fernando Aguilar has been named 2019 “Youth of the Year” by Boys & Girls Club of Palm Springs (BGCPS) and will now vie for the State Title and Scholarship Now in its 72nd year the… Read full article at The Desert Sun

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The California Desert Chorale’s 18th Annual…

Over 40 singing enthusiasts attended The California Desert Chorale’s 18th Annual Scholarship Competition for local high school seniors and community college students at the Palm Desert Presbyterian Church. A total of $19,000 has been awarded through this scholarship competition to… Read full article at The Desert Sun

“Moms Demand Action” group holds meeting…

RANCHO MIRAGE, Calif. - A local group called "Moms Demand Action" held a meeting today -- hoping to raise awareness and support for gun safety in the wake of recent shootings. The group meets regularly and attendees say they're concerned… Read full article at KESQ News

Beaumont High School theater arts students…

Beaumont High School Theatre Arts Dept. will present Little Shop of Horrors, a production based on the film by Roger Corman, with screenplay written by Charles Griffith, at the Beaumont High School Performing Arts Theater. A deviously delicious Broadway and… Read full article at Record Gazette