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    Hi Desert Star newspaper online

    About Hi Desert Star English online newspaper : Hi Desert Star newspaper is English language newspaper in USA. It was Published in California , United States. The menu of the website has following sections - Home (About Us, Contact Us, Advertise, Subscription Services, Submission Forms, Site Index, Place an Ad, Local Weather), News, Sports, Community, Opinion, Obituaries, Special Sections, Multimedia, Archives, Submissions, Classifieds. Format of this paper is Online.

    Geolocation: USA California

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    Country USA California
    Language English
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    More about Hi Desert Star newspaper : Hi-desert Star is the first newspaper in southern Mojave Desert in the San Bernardino County, California that has already been released and circulated in Morongo Valley, Yucca Valley and Pioneertown. In April 1957, the newspaper first appeared with the assistance of the Chamber of Commerce of the Yucca Valley and was originally called The Desert Star. Four months later, the name has however altered since it has been found that in the past 40 years in neighboring Needles, California, a Desert Star newspaper had been released. The paper was then ironically sold to the Desert Star owners. The paper was released twice weekly, starting as a weekly