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About: Indio, California

The city of Indio was created out of a need for a stopping point for the Southern Pacific Railroad between Yuma and Los Angeles. The city was established at the halfway point, so that the engines could be cleaned of all the sand taken in and re-filled with water. It was to be named Indian Wells but because several other areas had already taken the name, it was decided to name the city Indio which means "Indian" in Spanish.

Population: 49116
Local Newspapers: Desert Sun, Hi-Desert Star
Local Sports Teams: LA Avengers, LA Clippers, LA Dodgers, LA Galaxy, LA Lakers
Local Colleges: N/A

Zip Codes associated with Indio, CA: 92201, 92203.
Towns/Cities near Indio, CA : Coachella, La Quinta, Palm Desert, Bermuda Dunes, Indian Wells, Mecca, Cathedral City.

  • Misery at the Missions
    Thursday, November 27, 2014 10:01:18 AM

    In a new book, A Cross of Thorns: The Enslavement of California's Indians by the Spanish Missions , Castillo says that archives prove that the missions were places of deliberate cruelty and death. Beginning in 1769, the Indians were enticed from their lands into missions where they and their descendants were imprisoned for 60 years of forced labor and beatings, according to Castillo, a former reporter for San Jose Mercury News and the Associated Press, holder of two degrees from San Jose State University, and a three-time Pulitzer Prize nominee.

  • Native Americans give thanks for continued culture, remember past
    Thursday, November 27, 2014 5:56:37 AM

    As the sun rose above the horizon one November morning, years of what one Native American SF State student described as anger began to wane, transforming his perspective on Thanksgiving Day. Nicholas Gomez, a descendant of the Ohlone-Costanoan Esselen Nation, a tribe that has resided in the Monterey Bay area for thousands of years, was 25 years old when he took the first ferry to Alcatraz Island and joined thousands of people in the Indigenous People's Sunrise Gathering.

  • San Bernardino Symphony to open season with holiday concert
    Thursday, November 27, 2014 1:52:11 AM

    The San Bernardino Symphony will present its “Home for the Holidays” concert on Dec. 20, opening its 86th season. Presented with major sponsorship by the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, the concert will feature music from Tchaikovsky's “The Nutcracker Suite,” Anderson's “Festival of Carols,” Handel's “Messiah” and “Judas Maccabaeus,” and Williams' “Home Alone.” The symphony will be joined by a 75-voice choir, but the audience will also have a chance to life their voices in the “Halleluiah Chorus.” “We wanted to create an enchanting evening appropriate for both young and young at heart,” said Symphony Maestro Frank Fetta.

  • Attorneys seek to clear former Crow tribe chairman
    Thursday, November 27, 2014 12:47:13 AM

    Civil rights attorneys have moved to exonerate a former chairman of the Crow Indian Tribe of a bribery conviction by obtaining unreleased emails from a federal judge who has been reprimanded for sending racist correspondence. Former Montana U.S. District Judge Richard Cebull sentenced Clifford Birdinground to three years in prison in 2003.

  • Talking songs with She & Him
    Wednesday, November 26, 2014 1:28:40 PM

    The musical duo She & Him - that's Zooey Deschanel and M. Ward - convened a 20-piece orchestra to make "Classics," a collection of songs written between 1930 and 1974. It's an eclectic list of compositions popularized by the likes of Frank Sinatra , Herb Alpert , the Righteous Brothers and Dusty Springfield .

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Time Warner Cable in Indio, CA, understands that people just want low prices, high-quality products and convenience. The billing is easy, with easy to understand items and no hidden charges.

The local fans of LA Avengers, LA Clippers, LA Dodgers, LA Galaxy, LA Lakers and other notable sports teams will get plenty of high-definition TV coverage. Fans will also able to check their teams' scores online using Time-Warner Cable's high-speed Internet. Residents of Indio need to be connected all the time.

When you sign up with Time Warner Cable for digital cable TV in Indio, CA, you will get all of the best channels your entire family loves to watch. Some of their best features include their Look Back® option, which allows viewers to watch select prime time shows within 72 hours, even if they didn’t record it on their DVR.

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