Pat and Oscar’s celebrates 20 years in Temecula

Pat and Oscar’s celebrates 20 years in Temecula

Pat and Oscar Sarkisian and their fine family Italian and pizza restaurant, Pat and Oscar’s, were honored by both the city of Temecula and the Temecula Chamber of Commerce during their 20th Anniversary Celebration July 20. Accepting the honors were Pat and Oscar, their daughter Tammy Moore, who now operates the Temecula restaurant, and their […]

Fire restrictions in place in the San Bernardino National Forest

Because of the recent high temperatures and drying conditions in the San Jacinto and San Bernardo mountains, San Bernardino National Forest Supervisor Jody Noirn declared fire restrictions in in the local forests June 30. The restrictions in all the forest areas include: the building, maintaining, attending or using a fire, campfire or stove fire except […]

Staying ALIVE in active shooter situations explained in workshop

Staying ALIVE in active shooter situations explained in workshop

“The first thing you should do if you have an active shooter in your business is call 911,” said Michael Julian, owner of MPS Security in Murrieta at during an “Active Shooter Survival Skills” workshop for businesses and residents July 14. Julian, the creator of the ALIVE Program that is becoming known to business and […]

Hemet welcomes the ‘new generation’ Sizzler to the community

Hemet welcomes the ‘new generation’ Sizzler to the community

“Our goal is to be the best family restaurant in Hemet,” says the new Hemet Sizzler Manager Isaac Perez. The newest Hemet restaurant located at 4762 W. Florida Ave. is well on its way to becoming just that. Sizzler Restaurant is a longtime casual restaurant chain known for it steak, seafood and salad bar and […]

San Jacinto Independence Day Hometown Parade winners announced

San Jacinto Independence Day Hometown Parade winners announced

Honored Grand Marshal of the 2016 San Jacinto Valley Independence Day Parade Rose Salgado was given an even greater surprise by the parade judges who selected her entry as the “Best of Show.” Rose and her granddaughter Avellaka Arviso, 16, in their decorated car followed the Riverside County Sheriff’s posse bearing the United States and […]

Our right to bear arms!

Without the simple muskets and flintlocks owned by our forefathers and their shooting skills the War of Independence against England with the best well-trained armed military force in the world, may never have been won. Once that war officially began in 1776 with the signing of the Declaration of Independence, the British had already begun […]

Killer Dueling Pianos coming to the Anza Community Hall to benefit Manzanita Ranch

Killer Dueling Pianos coming to the Anza Community Hall to benefit Manzanita Ranch

Ryan Bueter and the legendary Killer Dueling Pianos will be appearing at the Anza Community Hall Friday, July 15, to benefit the mission and horses of the Manzanita Ranch that provides therapy horses for veterans and others who suffer from Post-traumatic stress syndrome. The high energy musical performance called “Dueling Pianos for Horses and Heroes” […]

MVUSD sends $220 million proposed budget to Sacramento

The Murrieta Unified School District Board of Education adopted the district’s 2016-17 budget June 23 showing expected revenues of $221,617,377 and expenditures of $220,253,989 with school attendance expected to be about the same. The 187-page budget presented the board at their last meeting was inclusive of all the expected revenues coming in from state, federal, […]

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