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Anna Rumer

Nashville, TN, United States

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  • The Desert Sun
  • ABC10

Past articles by Anna:

Despite pot legalization, don't plan to spark up at Coachella Fest

Coachella organizers are sticking to "Just say no." → Read More

CV Link, debated by officials, still a mystery to many in the public

Even as the CV Link continues to be a hot topic among government officials, many everyday residents of the Coachella Valley are not too familiar with it. → Read More

A wounded deputy was shot in his chest, but his bullet proof vest saved him, sheriff says

A documented gang member is accused of shooting a Riverside County sheriff's deputy in Coachella. The deputy was released from a hospital and the suspect is in custody. → Read More

Meet Steve Brown, the 'guy behind the scenes' and Coachella's new City Council member

Steve Brown, former Coachella Assistant City Manager, will fill the vacancy left by V. Manuel Perez's appointment to the Riverside County Supervisor's Office. → Read More

With high school under their belt, these teens now must leave Coachella Valley to achieve their dreams

The prom queen wants to become an entrepreneur, the valedictorian an architect, the star athlete an FBI agent, the tech expert a computer engineer. → Read More

Retired Assistant City Manager appointed to Coachella City Council

Coachella council members decided last week that instead of putting the city through a special election, they would appoint someone they thought was up to the job. → Read More

Coachella Mayor: Deputy shooting 'not representative of who we are'

"I'm not going to let one asshole hinder or speak to the progress we've made," Mayor Steven Hernandez said. → Read More

As Roy's closing date draws nearer, what happens to the people still living there?

The North Palm Springs homeless shelter has been plagued with uneven funding from valley cities since it opened in 2009. → Read More

Coachella will appoint new council member after Perez made supervisor

After being appointed county supervisor, Coachella City Councilman V. Manuel Perez resigned from his position on May 10. → Read More

Possible Indio surgical center dangerously close to airport, critics say

The Joint Replacement Hospitals of America is proposed as specialty surgical center including three operating rooms and 12 inpatient beds that would be part of a network of surgical centers all over California. → Read More

Splish splash, Desert Hot Springs pool reopens with mermaid bash

Finding a mermaid isn't easy in the desert, but it's worth it to go all out for Wardman Park Pool's reopening after its rocky last few years, a swim instructor said. → Read More

Coachella Valley couple's disappearance is 'completely out of character'

Audrey Moran and Jonathan Reynoso disappeared May 10. Moran's SUV was found parked along Interstate 10 in Beaumont. → Read More

Valley kids have a 'ball' at free Major League Baseball workshop

The Play Ball program is the result of a collaboration among Major League Baseball, USA Baseball and USA Softball, and is designed to get kids having fun and involved with baseball at a young age. → Read More

Indian Wells to front its golf course $757K after measure fails to pass

The Indian Wells Golf Resort has been a sticking point for the city for years, having lost almost $15 million over the last decade. → Read More

Indio commission seeking new member

Indio's Sustainability Commission is looking for a new member. → Read More

Coachella could get first hotel in time for festival season

The city of Coachella will have its new hotel in time for the next Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. → Read More

These east valley performers aren't here to entertain you. They're here for the truth

The show, which begins at 8 p.m. Saturday, features a range of acts -spoken word, poetry, dance and music - performed by residents of Indio, Coachella, Mecca, Thermal and North Shore as part of the McCallum Theatre Crisálida Community Arts Project. → Read More

1 in 5 Riverside County residents can't read in English. Here's what the valley is doing to help

As a whole, Riverside County is the 16th least English literate county in California, according to a 2003 estimate done by the National Center for Educational Statistics. → Read More

Jump start your small business at this Indio expo

Indio is hosting a small business expo on May 5. → Read More

Coachella will require a permit to rent out your house. Here's what that means

This week, Coachella City Council unanimously approved an ordinance requiring short-term vacation rental owners to obtain a permit with the city before offering their home up on popular sites like Airbnb or HomeAway. → Read More