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Desert Valley Star

Desert Valley Star
The Desert Valley Star Weekly is a community newspaper with a strong alternative style covering local news, government, arts and entertainment in the Palm Springs area of California. The newspaper is distributed to local businesses, libraries and newsstands throughout the Coachella Valley free of charge every Thursday. The Desert Valley Star's sister paper, the American Free Journal Weekly is distributed in the Joshua Tree/Yucca Valley region of California. The two share editorial content. The Star is distributed to the Coachella Valley in eastern Riverside County and the Journal is distributed to hi-desert communities in eastern San Bernardino County. The newspaper's content consists of investigative journalism and advocacy journalism, reporting on local and regional government, business and the environment. They also post weekly features on music, art, entertainment, fashion, body-mind-spirit, astrology and herbal culture. In addition to printing two newspaper products they maintain an Internet site. The Desert Valley Star is the only adjudicated newspaper located and published in the city of Desert Hot Springs, California as a newspaper of general circulation (by order Riverside County Superior Court) giving the newspaper the responsibility to publish public notices (also known as legal ads) for the City of Desert Hot Springs and all of Riverside County. The American Free Journal has been publishing since 1989 and primarily circulated in the hi-desert of San Bernardino County. In 2008, the "Desert Valley Star" online publication merged with the "American Free Journal" and creating a newsprint publication for the Star and adding Internet publication for the Journal. The newspapers were reorganized with the primary investment by Raven Skye, President, Praxis Communications, Inc and the work of then co-publishers Dean Gray and Arlette Capel.


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