Murrieta business cleans up movies

Ten years ago, during a coast-to-coast airline flight, Eric Frame watched an in-flight movie and was impressed with the editing done that eliminated profanity and inappropriate scenes from the film. Parents and children watched and enjoyed a popular Hollywood movie without cringing or squirming in their seats. Frame had a business idea of marketing a […]

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Law Offices of Robert Bryce take on new partner, new nameWith the addition of attorney Donald W. Hitzeman, The Law Offices of Robert Bryce Rosenstein have taken on a new partner and a new name: Rosenstein & Hitzeman, An Association of Professional Corporations. The association will continue to provide expert legal services in the following […]

Inventory your home before catastrophe

Home sweet home, a place to be alive. A place to collect memorabilia. A place to store family heirlooms and assorted bric-a-brac. If a disaster strikes, such as a fire, would your family be ready to provide a home inventory list complete with pictures to an insurance claims adjuster?Preparation is the key to dealing with […]

Professional Women’s Group offers quality perspective

Members of the Southwest Valley/Temecula Chapter of the Professional Women’s Roundtable drew upon four of their own members to offer unique perspectives and business experiences that could help fellow members grow their businesses. PWR is a non-profit women’s organization serving Southern California. The group focuses on women succeeding in their businesses by providing resources and […]

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Mission Oaks now has ‘MOO’ Mission Oaks National Bank is proud to introduce a powerful and more convenient way to manage and keep track of your MOO-lah. Mission Oaks Online, or MOO for short, gives consumers and businesses immediate access to their bank accounts 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from the convenience […]

Weight Loss group has Tuesday morning meetings

A new group entitled “Dr Phil’s Ultimate Weight Solution has opened on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month from 10 am to 12 noon in Temecula in our of the member’s home. This new group has had one meeting so far. There is another group open on Wednesday which also meets in Temecula […]

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Morton Grabel was commissioned a ‘Kentucky Colonel’ by the governor of Kentucky and has a certificate on his wall to prove it. \\"A Jewish Kentucky colonel,\\" he laughs. He had impressed the governor of Kentucky so much that the governor had no choice but to make Morton an honorary colonel. Morton, a transplant to the […]

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Freese promoted to Sr. V.P. of Mission Oaks National BankTim Freese, a veteran banker with strong community ties, was promoted to senior vice president and credit administrator at Mission Oaks National Bank. Previously he was senior vice president and commercial loan officer responsible for developing and administering a $25 million commercial and real estate loan […]


Insurance vets laud new consumer protection lawSeasoned veterans in life insurance and annuity sales call Bill 620 a boon for senior citizens, also a welcome regulatory measure for the industry itself. The new law, which became effective January 1, curbs aggressive sales practices, misleading advertising and other unscrupulous tactics in the selling of life insurance […]


Comerchero appointed to TRA committeeCity of Temecula Mayor Pro Tem Jeff Comerchero was recently appointed Chairman of Riverside Transit Agency’s (RTA) Board Budget and Finance Committee for 2004. The areas of review and responsibility for this committee will include: Budget, Funding Issues, Fiscal Policy, and Purchasing.Other Committee members will include Riverside County Supervisors Jim Venable, […]