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Overview The Desert Sun was first published Aug. 5, 1927, as a free weekly newspaper printed in Banning and staffed by one person, Carl Barkow. The newspaper's first Palm Springs office was in the Palm Springs Water Company facilities. The newspaper then sold for 5 cents or $2.50 for a year's subscription.

Barkow sold the newspaper to Oliver Jaynes in 1946. Shortly thereafter, the newspaper went to twice-weekly publication and, for the first time, it was printed in Palm Springs. In 1955 The Desert Sun became a Monday-through-Friday daily and The Desert Sun Publishing Co. was formed. In 1988, The Desert Sun switched from afternoon to morning publication. The Indio Daily News, first published in 1912 as the weekly Indio Date Palm, was consolidated with The Desert Sun in 1990. In 1991, the newspaper added a Sunday edition.

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