Seminar at Michelle’s Place in Temecula to discuss impacts of 3D mammography on breast cancer detection

Seminar at Michelle’s Place in Temecula to discuss impacts of 3D mammography on breast cancer detection

Three breast health doctors are scheduled to discuss how 3D mammography is improving early breast cancer detection at a breast cancer resource center in Temecula on Oct 19. Medical doctors Tchaiko Parris, Amy Bremner and Vishtasb Arizand will present information on 3D mammography, also known as tomosynthesis, during a free seminar starting at 6 p.m. […]

Wildomar woman recovering from severe injuries following Las Vegas shooting

Wildomar woman recovering from severe injuries following Las Vegas shooting

A Wildomar woman was recovering in a hospital in Henderson, Nevada, after her left eye was shattered by a bullet and her right eye was extremely injured in Sunday night’s mass shooting on the Las Vegas strip, her cousin said. Matt Schneider of  Rancho Santa Margarita, who identified himself as 28-year-old Chelsea Romo’s cousin, said […]

Music store owner boasts prolific music career

Customers who frequent The Little Shop of Horns in Temecula may know owner Ken Rice as a mentor and professional at repairing American-made instruments, but Rice has filled a number of music roles before being a store owner. With a career spanning decades, Rice has played in multiple bands, won major awards from presidents and […]

Redhawk Homeowner’s Association initiates turf reduction projects

Redhawk Homeowner’s Association initiates turf reduction projects

The Redhawk Community Association Board recently approved and implemented a turf reduction program in an effort to be more water conscious and deal with difficulties associated with the California drought. Nearly three acres of grass in parks and other areas that fall under the association’s jurisdiction were pulled out in favor of mulch and drought-resistant […]

Temecula man fosters positive change through social media

A Temecula man and retired Army veteran is actively trying to help people and bring them together through social media. Mark Opperman, who has lived in Temecula for the past few years, started the Temecula Rants and Raves group on Facebook as a forum for people to communicate their ideas about the town, good or […]

Local scout earns award for scientific excellence

Local scout earns award for scientific excellence

A local Cub Scout earned a distinctive honor for his explorations into the world of science. Dallas Bowden, 9, earned the Dr. Luis Walter Alvarez Supernova Award, named after a Nobel Prize-winning scientist and professor who measured the magnetic moment of a neutron. Bowden had to complete multi-step process that involved crafting experiments, learning about […]