Lee, Gibson, Masarani win Fallbrook Fall Junior Satellite divisions

Lee, Gibson, Masarani win Fallbrook Fall Junior Satellite divisions

Temecula tennis players Raymond Lee, Andy Gibson and Michael Masarani won division championships at the 33rd Annual Fallbrook Fall Junior Satellite Tournament which was played September 8-10 at the Fallbrook Tennis Club. Lee won two division championships; he teamed with Gibson to win the Boys 18 Doubles title and was also the Boys 18 Singles […]

Pritchard has 49 digs as Aztecs win Denver Invitational

Pritchard has 49 digs as Aztecs win Denver Invitational

Lake Elsinore’s Devyn Pritchard  is now the primary libero on the San Diego State University volleyball team, and during the Sept. 15-16 Denver Invitational tournament she had 49 digs to contribute to the Aztecs winning the tournament hosted by Denver University. “I thought I did good. I tried my best to lead the serve-receive passing,” […]

Metropolitan Water District approves upgrades to Diamond Valley Lake monitoring

The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California will be upgrading the geodetic deformation monitoring system at Diamond Valley Lake. The board voted Sept. 12 to approve a $748,353.67 procurement contract to Allen Instruments and Supplies, while also authorizing the upgrades, finding the project categorically exempt from California Environmental Quality Act review and appropriating $1,900,000 for […]

Cavazo expects new album ‘Snow at Last’ to revive memories

Cavazo expects new album ‘Snow at Last’ to revive memories

The members of the heavy metal band Snow included current Murrieta resident Tony Cavazo, who hopes that the July 21 release of the album “Snow at Last” will bring back memories for those who remember the Los Angeles band of the late 1970s and early 1980s. Escape Music is responsible for producing the “Snow at […]

Supervisors approve Mitigated Negative Declaration, rezone, plan amendment and map for Richland Communities development

The Riverside County Board of Supervisors has approved an environmental Mitigated Negative Declaration, a zoning reclassification, a general plan amendment, a specific plan amendment and a tentative tract map for 20.3 acres in the Dutch Village area of Rancho California. The supervisors’ 5-0 vote, July 25, authorizes the subdivision of the land owned by Richland […]

VanderLans wins Tie-Down Roping at Ventura

VanderLans wins Tie-Down Roping at Ventura

In his second rodeo following the birth of his son, Jack VanderLans won the Tie-Down Roping at the Aug. 12-13 Ventura County Fair Rodeo. The Temecula cowboy had an average aggregate of 20.7 seconds on two head. Tyler Forsberg of Fillmore had the second-place average of 21.0 seconds, and Oakdale cowboy Wyatt Hansen placed third […]

Jack and Natasha Ragland to be featured at Merc art exhibit

Rainbow artists Jack and Natasha Ragland are featured this month at the Merc art exhibit. The Merc features 29 of Natasha Ragland’s paintings and 20 of her father’s work. An additional five paintings apiece are displayed at the Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library. The exhibit opened Aug. 4 and runs through Aug. 27. “It’s […]

Daughter and father win Perris Auto Speedway main events

Daughter and father win Perris Auto Speedway main events

The July 15 races at Perris Auto Speedway included main event wins by the daughter and father combination of Alyssa and Tom Smith. Alyssa Smith finished first in that night’s Factory Stocks feature. Tom Smith won the Super Stocks main event. “It was really amazing to be able to win the same night as him,” […]