Local residents earn degree from Western Governors University

SALT LAKE CITY – The following local residents have received their degree from Western Governors University. Leslie Anderson of Murrieta has received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Lori Brandt, Jessica Peasland, Kimberly Sanchez and Elena Servin of Temecula have received their bachelor’s degrees in nursing. Matthew Gage of Temecula has received his Master of […]

Rotary Club of Lake Elsinore members wear multiple hats serving the community

Rotary Club of Lake Elsinore members wear multiple hats serving the community

LAKE ELSINORE – Each year Rotary District 5330 in Southern California installs assistant governors to oversee three to five clubs and provide support and direction. Mary Brown, a former president of the Rotary Club of Lake Elsinore, is starting her second year serving as assistant governor to four clubs in Lake Elsinore, Murrieta, Wildomar and Corona. “It […]

People and pets gather at “Wine and Woofs” at Maurice Car’rie

TEMECULA – Hundreds of people and pets are set to gather, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., for the inaugural “Wine and Woofs” event at Maurice Car’rie’s vineyard and winery in Temecula, Aug. 27. The event is to mark the launch of a new wine label, called “Jelly Bean’s Peach Mango” sparkling wine; the proceeds will benefit homeless […]

Rooms can serve double duty

Rooms can serve double duty

Many homes do not have space for guest rooms, children’s play areas and home theater lounges that are possible in homes with substantial square footage. But they may not be missing out at all. While large homes remain popular, many people are embracing the benefits of smaller residences. Small homes help homeowners save money, require […]

Pala partners with American Indian Alaska Native Veterans Memorial Committee to honor Native American veterans

PALA – Pala Casino Spa & Resort and the Pala Band of Mission Indians have partnered with the American Indian Alaska Native Veterans Memorial Committee to educate the public about the military service of Native Americans to the United States of America and to help support the funding of a national memorial to those veterans. […]

Calatlantic Homes’ new home in Menifee celebrate model grand opening, Aug. 19

Calatlantic Homes’ new home in Menifee celebrate model grand opening, Aug. 19

MENIFEE – Already a popular choice among home seekers who have pre-qualified to purchase one of CalAtlantic Homes’ gorgeous single-family, detached new homes, Parkview and Newport at Heritage Lake in Menifee will celebrate the official model grand opening Saturday, Aug. 19. The exciting event will offer guests food, festivities and the exciting opportunity to tour […]

City of Temecula and Southwest Riverside Autism Task Force receive support and recognition from Sesame Workshop

TEMECULA – In March 2017, on behalf of the Southwest Riverside Autism Task Force, Temecula City Council member Mike Naggar recognized the nonprofit Sesame Workshop for promoting autism awareness through the introduction of Julia, a Muppet with autism. Julia debuted on Sesame Street as part of the show’s nationwide campaign to “See Amazing in All […]

Hemet Unified School District accepts trustee resignation

HEMET – Joe Wojcik, a trustee for more than 10 years with the Hemet Unified School District Governing Board, has tendered his resignation due to his move from the district boundaries. The resignation became effective Aug. 2 upon receipt by the superintendent of the Riverside County Office of Education. The governing board will begin the […]

Gypsy Sunset Boutique makes the finals in Global Boutique Awards

MURRIETA – From over 4,000 boutiques worldwide, Gypsy Sunset Boutique of Murrieta has won the hearts of both local and global shoppers being voted into the final round of the 2017 Boutique Awards in the state of California as a contender for Favorite Boutique of the Year and Favorite Storefront of the Year. The Boutique […]

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