Five ways to boost children’ self-esteem

Sharon Thayer Special to Valley News For the first two quarters of the school year, Olivia’s grades were perfect, all A’s on the second-grader’s report card. Olivia was involved in the school holiday play, she was in the inventor’s club and she got along with everyone and always looked forward to going to school. Something […]

Benefits of using your local hospital

Gloria Magallanes valleystaff@reedermedia.com When choosing a hospital for a loved one or oneself there are many things to be considered. It is important to make an informed decision and trust that you chose the right treatment center. At Menifee Valley Medical Center patients can rest easy knowing that the hospital has their best interests at […]

Is a bad bite only about your smile?

Dr. Jamie Reynolds Special to Valley News People with significant bite issues aren’t always that enthused about showing off their pearly whites. Maybe it’s crooked teeth that have thrown your bite out of whack. Maybe you suffered an injury, or perhaps the cause is dental work that wasn’t quite right. Whatever the reason behind a […]

Medicaid blows $100 billion on promotional ‘demonstrations’

Judicial Watch| Special to Valley News WASHINGTON – In a classic example of government waste, the taxpayer-funded program that provides health insurance for the poor, Medicaid, spends more than $100 billion on “demonstrations” to promote the benefit that already covers millions of people nationwide. That’s an astounding 33 percent of Medicaid’s total federal budget for […]

Why fat is so important to remain in ketosis

Dr. Terry Rondberg Special to Village News  Most of us eat way too much sugar and too little fat. A lot of people eat too much protein, which is often riskier than a high-carbohydrate diet. It is due to brainwashing for anyone to believe that glucose is the preferred energy for our body. This is […]

Santa Rosa Plateau announces summer concerts, art show

MURRIETA – Back by very popular demand, the deck and stage area behind the visitor center at the Santa Rosa Plateau Ecological Reserve in rural Murrieta will be transformed into an outdoor concert and art show venue to include seven weeks of celebrating 20 years of the annual Santa Rosa Plateau Art Show and six […]

Luciano cooks up a storm on FOX’s ‘MasterChef’

Luciano cooks up a storm on FOX’s ‘MasterChef’

Stephanie Lai valleystaff@reedermedia.com After making it from the Top 40 to the Top 20, Murrieta resident Dino Luciano recently competed to continue on as a contestant in FOX Network’s popular cooking show “MasterChef.” Luciano faced off against 19 other contestants in a bid to stay alive in front of world-renowned judges Gordon Ramsay, Aarón Sanchez […]

Vail Headquarters to establish Heritage Vine Display

TEMECULA – The Vail Ranch Restoration Association and Vail Headquarters have partnered with some Temecula Wine Country pioneers to establish a Heritage Vine Display at Vail Headquarters. It was the dream of Temecula Wine Country pioneer Audrey Cilurzo that somewhere in the Temecula Valley there would be a display of early Temecula vines, and she […]

Temecula Sunrise Rotary presents Safety Town

TEMECULA – Safety Town, sponsored by the Temecula Sunrise Rotary Club, will be held Friday, June 19-23 and June 26-30 at Helen Hunt Jackson Elementary School in Temecula. The 15th year this popular program has been offered in the Temecula Valley, the nationally recognized program began in Mansfield, Ohio, in 1937. The safe and interesting […]