Community Announcements

Artists: 15th Annual Visual Expressions Juried Art Show Applications are available now for the Arts Council of Temecula Valley’s 15th Annual Visual Expressions Juried Art Show. Artists may enter as many as five works. Photos of artwork, accompanied by a completed application and initial entry fee will be accepted until March 12. Categories include Oil/acrylics, […]

Assembly Passes Haynes’ Bill to Protect Special Issue License Plates

Measure will establish constitutionally acceptable procedure for approvingnon-profit sponsored license platesSACRAMENTO-The California Legislature over the years have approved overfifty specialty license plates to raise money for various certified charities. This system allows drivers to pay extra for a license plate that sports a distinctive logo or picture to express his or her support. Examples of […]

From the Police and Fire Blotter

Officers seize 4 lbs. of marijuana in traffic stopOn Tuesday, February 3, at approximately 2:25 p.m., Murrieta Police Dept. Officer Jay Froboese conducted a traffic stop on Breitner and Thompson on a Hyundai Accent for failing to signal on a turn. The driver and only occupant of the Hyundai, Jose S. Perez, 28, of Perris, […]

Community Announcements

Kids program continues at Lake Elsinore Outlets Free and interesting programs continue free of charge for children at Lake Elsinore Outlets on the first and third Thursday of every month from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. The next event will be held Feb. 19. In 2004, the KIDS OUTLET will include drum circles, tidepool education, puppet […]

From the Police and Fire Blotter

Neighbor foils auto theft by gang members On January 31, Murrieta Police Officers were dispatched to the 39500 block of Highbury Drive regarding a possible auto theft in progress. Three male Hispanics were seen attempting to steal a red Acura Integra. The suspects had pushed the Integra out of the driveway of the victim’s residence […]

City says community input desired on Murrieta General Plan

The City of Murrieta wants to concentrate on economic development during the updating process of the city’s General Plan. A General Plan Advisory Committee has been formed at the request of City Council to review the city’s current General Plan. The committee will research options for the city to increase the jobs to housing ratio […]

Temecula Seniors offered trips

The following trips are being made available through the Temecula Senior Service Center. For more information call Rose at (909) 246-2119. Feb. 2-4: Laughlin – Edgewater Hotel & CasinoMar. 15: Barona Resort & CasinoApril 12: Viejas CasinoApril 17: Carlsbad Flower Fields April 18-22: Monterey, San Francisco & RenoMay 6: Polynesian luncheon & show in Huntington […]