Breceda brings unique art to Temecula Valley Fair

Breceda brings unique art to Temecula Valley Fair

Ricardo Breceda noted metal sculptor and designer from Aguanga will be bringing some of his life-sized sheet metal sculptures to the upcoming Temecula Valley Fair presented by Temecula Valley Toyota March 18-21 at Galway Downs. Breceda’s sheet metal sculptures of horses, dinosaurs and mountain goats are well-known to visitors and residents of Temecula Valley that […]

Muralist provides entertainment and comfort with her special works

Muralist provides entertainment and comfort with her special works

Countless thousands of people have admired beautiful realistic murals painted on the walls of restaurants, hospitals and bed-and-breakfast homes from Temecula to Palm Springs, unaware the works are from skilled muralist Jill Roberts a local resident. One of the most notable of her murals is painted on the wall of the old bank vault located […]

‘Valentines for Vets’ from MVUSD students touch thousands of military veterans

‘Valentines for Vets’ from MVUSD students touch thousands of military veterans

More than 30,000 United States military veterans at VFWs and VA facilities nationwide and military bases in Afghanistan and Germany had a surprise in store from then with special Valentine’s Day greetings sent by Murrieta Unified School District students. Each of the pink and black Valentines thanked the soldiers, sailors and Marines, in their own […]

Many Murrieta citywide goals reached in 2015

Murrieta City Council expressed its appreciation to city staff Tuesday, Feb. 2, for their work in completing a number of established and new goals made by the council since it last goal setting workshop March 27, 2015. The sitting council and councils before them since the city was incorporated in 2008, has established a number […]

Tin horses may once again jump over the foothills of Temecula

Tin horses may once again jump over the foothills of Temecula

Those unique tin sculptured life-sized horses and mountain goats that greeted motorists on the foothills coming into Temecula on Highway 79 may be gone, but not for long, said renowned metal sculptor Ricardo Breceda. Breceda, who was evicted from his garden studios at Rancho California Water District’s Vail Lake Resort last year, has set up […]

Career education opportunities for students reviewed by MVUSD Board

Murrieta Valley Unified School District board members heard a presentation on the progress of districts Career Technical Education Programs Thursday, Jan. 21, by Mary Walters, executive director of the program. Walters said staff and teachers are working to expand and add to the career technical education pathway classes currently offered at the district’s high schools. Several […]

City credit card use out for Murrieta City councilmen

Murrieta City Council voted out the use of their own city credit cards Jan. 19 after voting for their use in a June 4, 2013 council meeting. Late last year a question arose from city staff on the proper use of the issued city credit cards and a discrepancy in one of the travel expense […]

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