Accident or not – if you dial 9-1-1 stay on the line

Accident or not – if you dial 9-1-1 stay on the line

TEMECULA – It’s a scenario that plays out hundreds of times a day across Riverside County. People are calling 9-1-1 and hanging up. It’s most likely an accident, but it’s taking time away from those who really need help. Whether it’s a child playing with a phone, or someone keeping their finger on the “1” button too […]

Teen ‘Trivia Night’ set at Temecula library

TEMECULA ̶ A special teen program “Go the Distance: Trivia Night” will test their knowledge and give them a chance to compete against their friends at the Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library, 30600 Pauba Road, Monday, June 20, from 7- 8:30 p.m. The library officials say “if your best friend is smart about art. Your […]

Murrieta Library offers summer programs for adults in June

MURRIETA – Tuesday, June 14, at 6:30 p.m., culinary expert and instructor, Celine Cossou, will demonstrate how to make delicious summertime desserts and a small tasting will be included. Ms. Cossou is the author of “Cooking with Trader Joe’s Cookbook: Pack a Lunch!” Monday, June 27, at 5 p.m., professional artist Angela Koenig, will demonstrate […]

Supervisors approve plot plan for Sky Canyon Drive church

The Riverside County Board of Supervisors has approved a plot plan for a church in the 38900 block of Sky Canyon Drive. The supervisors’ 4-0 vote April 26, with John Tavaglione absent, authorizes a 22,700 square foot single-story church facility along with 196 parking spaces. The supervisors also adopted a resolution overriding the Airport Land Use […]

GOHS AFJROTC Celebrates Armed Forces Day with Temecula Harley-Davidson

GOHS AFJROTC Celebrates Armed Forces Day with Temecula Harley-Davidson

The Great Oak High School AFJROTC cadets teamed up with the good people of Temecula Harley-Davidson in honoring all who have served our country. The celebration began with a pancake and sausage breakfast, followed by performances from the GOHS’s Color Guard Team, Rifle Team and Saber Team. Cadet Katie Parra sang the National Anthem. The event was assembled by Great Oak High School’s Group Commanders Chandler Davis, Chris Chase and Security Officer Kevin Van Cura. Supervising the event […]

Get the Dirt on Deep Cleaning

Get the Dirt on Deep Cleaning

Family Features – A deep clean is a surefire way to freshen up your home. In order to create a cleaner, healthier household environment, you need to be sure you’re using the right methods and tools to get the job done. Fresh air and an allergen-reduced environment are important aspects of a healthy home. These […]

Dogs on Deployment: Serving those who serve us

Dogs on Deployment: Serving those who serve us

Robin Montgomery Writer Every day across the United States, military personnel are deployed or reassigned to other military bases around the world. In many of those cases, service members cannot take their beloved pets with them, nor can they find anyone to care for their pets until they return home months later. All too often, […]

Early school hours detriment to students

Dear Sir or Madam, My name is Sora Schmidlapp, and I am an eighth-grade student who goes to Temecula Middle School. I am writing this to talk about the school hours. Waking up early isn’t easy, especially when you are doing it to go to school where you sit in class after class for seven […]