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We cover county-wide news with more of a “positive” spin than other newspapers. Topics generally include economics, business, real estate, infrastructure, education, entertainment, social concerns and opinions.
We don’t believe that our country is “going to hell in a hand basket,” the way mainstream media portrays it.
There are many positive, uplifting events going on in our world and our local communities.
We like to point out the good things that businesses, non-profits and individuals are doing to keep our community a great place to be.
Yes, there are some challenges and situations that arise at times, and our local leaders like County Supervisor Robert Lovingood and Congressman Paul Cook work hard to handle these in the right way.
Sometimes there’s what I like to call a “good” fight, such as when big business tries to squash the little guy. That’s why we’ve strived to publish factually accurate information on big solar and wind projects, and smart meters that spew radiation into your home, and were installed without your permission.
Car crashes and shootings do occur, but they don’t have to get a place of honor on the front page of our local newspapers. What do people think when they see that on the front cover of a paper? “Why would I want to live or locate my business in that area?”
I’ve personally lived here since 1987, moving from the San Francisco Bay Area. People sometimes ask me why I don’t move back there. And, I say “I love it here!” I love the weather, the change of seasons, the beautiful desert skies and sunsets, and the nature and wildlife that we have in our own back yards!
I plan to stay here a good long while, and to keep bringing you this kind of news as long as I can. I’ve been publishing the Senior News for 17 years, and it’s always been free to seniors since we like to light up your faces with a smile when you see photos from an event you attended, or even your own photo!
Since 2011 we’ve published the Desert News Post, and distributed it free. Since 2014 we’ve given you free news and free access to our website, http://www.DesertNewPost.com, and this is where we need your help.
The Desert News Post newspaper is working towards an adjudication. If you don’t know what that is, the easiest explanation is that it allows us to accept legal ads like Fictitious Business Names, government announcrments, and other legal notices (divorces, name change, foreclosure, estate sale, etc). The only detail we need to qualify, is we need more paid subscribers!
So, soon we are going to limit access to our website to those who have paid subscriptions. I can’t give you a date, but ask you to subscribe today, using the form on page 10. next page, and mail it right away!