Paloma Elementary School’s Running Club shines with two star helpers

Paloma Elementary School teacher Tim Saffell started the school’s Running Club this year, and in only months, two students have caught his attention. Running Club takes place Mondays and Wednesdays before school, 8:15 a.m. to 8:40 a.m., and the members run laps around the track to fill up their cards and reach 10 miles. Upon […]

Michelle’s Place Breast Cancer Resource Center accepts scholarship applications from those impacted by cancer

Michelle’s Place Breast Cancer Resource Center is accepting online applications for scholarships until Feb. 28. The Patricia Deroeux Scholarship is offered on behalf of the Temecula Chamber of Commerce each year to two individuals from Temecula who are in need of financial aid for educational purposes. Each scholarship is worth $2,000 and is open to […]

Temecula to host second annual TEM Talks event

TEM Talks Youth, a public speaking conference for local middle and high school students, will be held 5-8 p.m., March 20, at Temecula Valley High School Golden Bears Theater as some of the brightest young minds in the area will share their ideas. The theme this year is “What we fight for…” Last year, 10 […]

Eighth annual Taste of Temecula Valley looks for sponsors

The eight annual Taste of Temecula Valley is inviting local businesses to sign up for a booth at this year’s two-day event, April 27-28, as all proceeds go to support local Temecula students and educational opportunities in the arts, music, sciences and performing arts. Taste of Temecula Valley features live musical entertainment, activities for all […]

‘TMS Cares’ collects 2,500 donated food items

‘TMS Cares’ collects 2,500 donated food items

Students at Temecula Middle School collected nearly 2,500 food items in a monthlong food drive from early November to Dec. 1. The food drive aimed to feed Temecula’s homeless, seniors on fixed incomes and others who have difficulty purchasing food for their families due to low paying jobs or other circumstances has reached a very […]

Santa visits Pennypickles Museum

Santa visits Pennypickles Museum

Santa has arrived in Temecula a little early this year. His first stop? Pennypickles Museum, of course. The jolly old elf arrived at the popular children’s museum Friday, Nov. 24, in a one-horse open sleigh where the workers at Pennypickles Museum greeted him along with a crowd of families eager to share their Christmas wish […]

Murrieta Valley Unified School District forced to consider trustee elections by districts under threat of lawsuit

The Murrieta Valley Unified School District held a public hearing, Oct. 26, to discuss switching their election system from “at- large” to “by trustee.” The board of education heard a presentation by attorney William B. Tunick on the California Voting Rights Act and the process and schedule for a potential transition to by trustee area elections. The meeting […]

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