Frost advisory issued tonight

TEMECULA  – Frost and cold early morning temperatures were expected Monday and Tuesday in  citrus-friendly sections of Riverside County, threatening outdoor plants and animals with frigid overnight conditions. The National Weather Service issued a frost advisory today for the Coachella Valley and the floor of the Inland Empire, which will go into effect at midnight tonight. The advisory was extended […]

The gift of God’s grace

The gift of God’s grace

“Can you put my name on the gift?” Those are the famous last words of someone who wants to take credit for a gift they neither purchased nor wrapped. Somehow they still want credit for giving the gift. Know anyone like that? I know I’ve been guilty of it a time or two. As we […]

Menifee church offers to house Syrian refugees

MENIFEE – Menifee United Church of Christ is offering to house Syrian refugees, the church announced last week. “We remember the picture of a Syrian child face down on the beach,” says Senior Minister Bill Freeman. “We want to do whatever we can to alleviate the suffering of our Syrian brothers and sisters.” Menifee UCC […]

Section 179 tax deduction for equipment purchases

David May Special to Valley News As the end of the year approaches, there are some beneficial tax incentives that are available to businesses. Section 179 of the IRS tax code allows businesses to deduct the full purchase price of qualifying equipment either purchased or leased during the tax year. Originally designed to help small […]

Temecula’s Claire Cuenca on Boston’s MCPHS University Deans List

BOSTON – MCPHS University, formerly Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, named former Temecula resident Claire Cuenca to the Dean’s List for the Summer 2015 semester. Claire, a native of Temecula, is pursuing a Doctor of Pharmacy degree.  Claire will graduate from the Worcester, Massachusetts campus in 2017. The Dean’s List recognizes those students […]

Schools visit Murrieta Rotary Club’s Field of Honor

Schools visit Murrieta Rotary Club’s Field of Honor

TEMECULA – Temecula Rotary Club and Murrieta Rotary Club gifted over 200 Temecula fifth graders with an opportunity to visit the Field of Honor located in Murrieta’s Town Square. This annual event commemorates the valiant efforts of our United States Veterans from all five branches of military service. Over 2,000 flags are flown each year, […]

Pets of the Week

Pets of the Week

  Hi, my name is Blackie. I’m a 3-year-old Chihuahua. A nice person found me and says I am a little boy. I am friendly and awfully cute. Who could resist my little expression? I would be a super pet. I will need to be neutered before going to a loving home. Intake Number:  278236 […]

Below freezing temperatures possible in Inland Empire

TEMECULA  – Below-freezing temperatures could blanket the Inland Empire starting Friday night, as a cold air mass moves through the region, the National Weather Service reported today. A freeze watch will be in effect from late Friday night through Saturday morning, with temperatures possibly ranging from 28 to 32 degrees in the eastern and central portions of the Inland […]

Barons Market in Murrieta announces job fair in December

MURRIETA – If you live in Murrieta and appreciate good food at good prices, Barons Market may want to hire you. The family-owned grocery store will host its highly anticipated job fair on Friday, Dec. 4 and Saturday, Dec. 5 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. at the new Murrieta location, 40545 California Oaks Road. Barons Market encourages interested […]