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New Joshua Tree Guide On It's Way This May

02/11/2014 ● By Steve

Our guide to the Joshua Tree Gateway Communities was so popular with visitors we're getting ready to publish a new, updated version.

Government Shutdown Killing Joshua Tree Gateway Economy

10/09/2013 ● By Steve

While Congress fiddles, the country burns. The shutdown tosses people out of work, closes parks, & kills tourism with no end in sight.

Federal Shutdown's First Casualties Are Counted While Rep. Cook Makes Excuses

10/01/2013 ● By Steve

Congressmen won't see their paychecks stop during the shutdown that began this morning. We can't say the same for their constituents.

Between a rock and, well, another rock...

08/13/2013 ● By Steve

A hiker found himself between a rock and a hard place - another rock - while exploring Joshua Tree National Park. Don't worry - he's fine.

Suicide in Joshua Tree National Park

07/22/2013 ● By Steve

Over the past weekend a man shot himself to death north of the Skull Rock area of Joshua Tree National Park.

From a Hole in the Ground

05/01/2013 ● By Brian O

That’s the last half of a phrase many of us are familiar with, and unfortunately, it appears to apply rather well to the folks of the County of San Bernardino Economic Development Agency when it comes to the topic of tourism.

An Unwanted Imposition: Dollar General

02/15/2013 ● By Steve

Supervisor James Ramos should work to halt this decision, based on a poorly made staff report, from going forward...

Vandalism Forces Emergency Closure to Barker Dam in Joshua Tree National Park

02/08/2013 ● By Steve

It was announced today by Joshua Tree National Park that due to recent vandalism to Barker Dam, Joshua Tree National Park is immediately closing access to the dam, a well known hiking destination.

The Real Route 62 Guide to the Joshua Tree Gateway Communities

01/07/2013 ● By Steve

Welcome to the digital edition of The Real Route 62 Guide to the Joshua Tree Gateway Communities!

Joshua Tree National Park Roadwork to Move 800 Cholla & Plants

10/05/2012 ● By Steve

Joshua Tree National Park will begin removing and relocating up to 800 plants on October 15, for a road straightening project along Pinto Basin Road. The relocation is expected to kill up to 200 of the plants.