Temecula schedules family fun night

A family fun night in Temecula is set for 6 to 8 p.m. on Friday, September 16, at Harveston Community Park. Sponsored by Temecula Community Service Department, the evening will include pickup games of softball, soccer, relays and board games. Refreshments and a raffle will finish the evening. Cost of the event will be $2 […]

Lake Elsinore Council okays gate on

In a controversial 3-2 vote and acting under the specter of a lawsuit filed by one of their own employees, the Lake Elsinore City Council members approved the new Cottage Lane 48 single-family residence housing tract off Machado Street at their August 23 meeting. Concurrently, the council directed the developer, Wesco Homes, to gate the […]

Woodworking bus visits Temecula for the first time

On a recent hot day, 5-year-old Blake Parsons of Temecula did something he said was really cool: he learned how to woodwork aboard a bus. Side Street Projects of Los Angeles brought one of its Alternate Routes buses to the Temecula Valley Museum on August 26 and 27 and taught kids how to woodwork. Blake and his […]

Wildomar dairy owner caught in the middle of development

The thank you plaques are so numerous they cover the walls like a three-dimensional wallpaper in Herman De Jong’s office at his Wildomar dairy. Dating back to 1958 when his father first bought the dairy, established in 1935, the family-run De Jong’s Dairy continues to be a well-known landmark in the community. Word of mouth […]

It was an all-American celebration at Wildomar Youth Soccer Association’s Opening Day and Carnival on August 27 at David A. Brow

It was an all-American celebration at Wildomar Youth Soccer Association’s Opening Day and Carnival on August 27 at David A. Brown Middle School. Snow cones, visits with costumed comic figures, carnival games, National Guard soldiers, local station #61 firefighters and the National Anthem sung by Elsinore High School student Britney Galido set the scene for […]

Wildomar dairy owner caught in the middle of development

The thank you plaques are so numerous they cover the walls like a three-dimensional wallpaper in Herman De Jong’s office at his Wildomar dairy. Dating back to 1958 when his father first bought the dairy, established in 1935, the family-run De Jong’s Dairy continues to be a well-known landmark in the community. Word of mouth […]

WildWildomar Youth Soccer opening day is all about kids

It was an all-American celebration at Wildomar Youth Soccer Association’s Opening Day and Carnival on August 27 at David A. Brown Middle School. Snow cones, visits with costumed comic figures, carnival games, National Guard soldiers, local station #61 firefighters and the National Anthem sung by Elsinore High School student Britney Galido set the scene for […]

DeLuz Women’s Club to hold rummage sale

The newly formed DeLuz Women’s Club, a nonprofit organization, will hold their first fundraising event, a garage sale, September 17 and 18 beginning at 8 a.m. each morning at 46670 Sandia Creek Drive in Temecula. Proceeds from the event will be donated to the local community. Their primary support target is Rancho Damacitas, an organization in […]

A tempest is brewing over the proposed Liberty Quarry

More than 300 opponents of the Liberty Quarry packed the Temeku Hills Golf Club community room in Temecula August 17 to voice their disapproval of the project. Scheduled as an informational meeting for the Riverside County Planning Commission, it was an opportunity to determine the effects of the 310-acre gravel-mining pit on the surrounding environment […]