JPA approves contract with Animal Friends of the Valleys

The Joint Powers Authority met on Thursday, April 9 in Murrieta City Council Chambers and approved a contract for animal services with Animal Friends of the Valleys. The contract, not to exceed $1 million a year over a five year period of time, will allow the local nonprofit to continue providing a full range of […]

Clinton’s announcement should serve as reminder to educate before voting

We don’t usually cover politics on the national level at Valley News, but Sunday’s announcement by Hillary Rodham Clinton, stating her bid for the presidency, is definitely something worth writing about. Clinton is not the first woman to run for president of the United States. In the 2012 election cycle Jill Stein’s presidential candidacy is […]

TVMC to perform Mozart’s works

Temecula Valley Master Chorale will hold a concert featuring some of Mozart’s most recognizable works on April 25 at Grace Presbyterian Church located at 31143 Nicholas Rd. in Temecula. Showtime for the event is 2:30p.m., according to Board Member Annette Howard. Howard said the concert, directed by John Byun, will feature some of Mozart’s most […]

Shop Chic for a Cause to be held, monies raised support local charities

Shop Chic for a Cause, sponsored by the Temecula Valley Republican Women’s Federated, will benefit local charities this year according to Gloria Karlak, TVRWF Ways and Means co-chair. The event, scheduled for Sunday, April 19 at the Bear Creek Clubhouse will feature “great” food, and a program featuring a speech by Ann Marie Murrell, editor of PolitiChicks, and […]

Temecula Valley Garden Club presents ‘Joy of Our Gardens’ Flower Show

Temecula Valley Garden Club presents ‘Joy of Our Gardens’ Flower Show

TEMECULA – Gardeners and garden lovers throughout Southwest Riverside County are preparing for one of the largest garden shows in the area, the 29th Temecula Valley Garden Club’s Flower Show and Plant Sale. This popular community event will take place at the Temecula Community Recreation Center, 30875 Rancho Vista Rd. on Saturday, May 9 from […]

7 arrested in Temecula shooting

7 arrested in Temecula shooting

Two adults and five juveniles have been arrested in connection with the April 10 shooting that left one injured on Pauba Road in Temecula. David Montijo, 21, of San Diego and Racquel Rangel, 18, of Temecula were arrested on Wednesday, April 15. Both were charged with conspiracy and attempted murder and booked into the Southwest Detention […]

3 recognized for selfless act

3 recognized for selfless act

Three men who risked their own lives in an attempt to save another were recognized by Murrieta Mayor Harry Ramos on Tuesday, March 31 during the annual State of the City Address. Noah Treadway, 26, of Murrieta and Clayton Halstead, 27, of Temecula were on their way home from an Anaheim Ducks game when they […]

What a waste!

Drought. It’s one word that needs to strike fear in the hearts of many, but yet almost no one I know is talking about it. Yes, it made the news again last week when Governor Jerry Brown issued the first ever statewide mandatory water restrictions. Even though the supply of one of our most precious […]

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