Kopf graduates from Lackland Air Force Base

Air Force Airman Angela F. Kopf has graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. During the six weeks of training, the airman studied the Air Force mission, organization, and military customs and courtesies; performed drill and ceremony marches, and received physical training, rifle marksmanship, field training exercises, and special […]

Jenkins: a loyal leader of men

Since 1910, Boy Scouts of America has prepared young people to make positive ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes. For 16 years, Temecula resident Donald Jenkins has helped mold young people into successful adults, and has made scouting his near full-time job. “It has been very rewarding to see young men and women grow […]

Homeland Security funds group to prepare for disasters here

Some people have called Temecula’s new community based volunteer-supported program a Neighborhood Watch program on steroids. The organization, called The Temecula Citizen Corps has been formed to prepare neighborhoods for unexpected natural disasters or terrorist activity. On March 13, 14 and 15 a group of Temecula residents went through a 20-hour training program at Fire […]

Fantasy competition dazzles judges with talent

More than a dozen cosmetology students dazzled judges during the First Annual Fantasy Competition held at the Temecula Community Center March 14. The contestants were from Esthetiques Cosmetology Institute (ECI) on Ynez Road. The room swelled with contestants’ families and friends, and industry professionals. On stage stood the vivid and colorfully painted faces of the […]

Community Announcements

TVHS Baseball fundraising auction this Sunday The Temecula Valley High School baseball program is holding their first annual dinner and live auction on Sunday, March 21st at the Stampede in Old Town Temecula. Pechanga Hotel & Casino is sponsoring the location. The dinner is being provided by Outback Steakhouse. For tickets to the dinner and […]

Bob Buster narrowly wins election, opposes annexation

Incumbent Bob Buster captured the seat for 1st District Supervisor nine days after the primary elections were held on March 2. Buster was one of three people who ran for the seat including runner up Linda Sourbirous from Lake Mathews and Kevin Pope a former Lake Elsinore city councilman. The race was close and Buster, […]

Oxygen Sensors Improve a Car’s Fuel Efficiency

Oxygen sensors are critical for keeping gas mileage up and exhaust emissions down in today’s cars, light trucks and vans. Oxygen sensors measure the amount of oxygen remaining in the exhaust after the combustion process, and send a small voltage signal back to the vehicle’s engine management computer, which in turn adjusts the air/fuel mix.Among […]

Christian youth unite for ‘Passion 2004’

Christian youth from various churches in the Temecula and Murrieta Valley joined together on February 25 for ‘Passion 2004’ at Rancho Community Church in Temecula. The church holds this youth event on an annual basis.

The simple, the sleek and the sassy

Whether your taste in classic cars runs to the simple, the sleek, or the sassy, the Good Old Days Car Show that was held last weekend in Old Town Temecula had something just for you. The 3-day event, produced by Central Coast Productions of Pismo Beach (not to be confused with the Temecula Rod Run […]

Cars and Characters: The Story Story

Always interested in cars, Jack Story is another community member of many talents. He grew up here with musical talents that were recognized and encouraged by his early teachers. His life has been filled with music, from his first sax presentation at a county honors affair in San Diego when he was still in grade […]