Sculpture to raise funds to collar mountain lions

Sculpture to raise funds to collar mountain lions

A life-size sculpture of a mountain lion has been donated to help study the big cats’ habits and habitats. De Luz artist Austin Casson – who donated the sculpture – gained an insider’s view of the wildlife project that will benefit from his donation. He has participated in local forays where biologists have placed tracking […]

New driving laws go into effect

With the beginning of 2009, the California Highway Patrol (CHP) started pulling over drivers who are text messaging while driving, and lawmakers are adding more penalties in an effort to keep repeat offenders of drunk driving off the road. Driving regulation SB28 makes it an infraction to write, send or read text-based communications on an […]

A quick look back, then moving forward

Denny Mighell expects 2009 to be worse than 2008. The president of Temecula Valley People Helping People (TVPHP) took a moment on Monday to reflect on this year saying, “It was a tragedy for everyone.” He said the government needs to stop looking at the big guys and start taking care of the middle class. […]

Saving tips from the last six months

Local Errand Girl Hope Davidson runs a “green” business called Local Errand Girl (LEG), in which her main goal is to provide families with the healthiest, freshest dairy and produce from Southwest Riverside County. For her clients, LEG focuses on purchasing organic produce from the farmer’s market in Temecula and hormone-free dairy products from De […]

Volunteers help give Animal Sanctuary a facelift

Volunteers help give Animal Sanctuary a facelift

The Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary’s dog shelters and play areas received a well-deserved face lift with the help of Corvettes of Temecula Valley and other animal lovers on Friday, Nov. 21. The group of volunteers gathered early in the morning in order to put together five dog barns with hard-covered shelters to protect the animals from […]

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