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 […]

From the Police and Fire Blotter

Arrest made on murder that occurred on Winchester Rd.Deputies from the Riverside County Sheriff’s Dept. responded to a call on January 13 of a male adult found in a vehicle on Simpson Rd. and Winchester Rd. Upon arrival, deputies located a compact-sized vehicle with a deceased male inside. Investigators from the Hemet Sheriff Station and […]

Temecula/Murrieta Valley Announcements

National Anthem tryouts at The Storm’s Diamond The Lake Elsinore Storm will be holding open tryouts at The Diamond Saturday, January 31 for the singing of the National Anthem at games duringthe 2004 baseball season. Tryouts will take place on the field and will begin at 1:00 pm following the Storm’s job fair, which runs […]

Want to be part of the ‘Country Club Crowd’?

Active single seniors have upcoming events…This active and upscale single seniors group offers activities such as bowling, bridge, card games, ballroom dancing, dining out, golf, hiking, house parties, local and out of town trips. Upcoming events include: *February 8 – Brunch in Lake Elsinore. Contact Billie at (909) 600-7469.*February 14 – Valentine’s party with socializing, […]

Volunteers needed for Temecula Valley High Grad Nite celebration

The Temecula Valley High School Grad Nite Committee will discuss its upcoming fundraisers — including the 12th Annual Casino Night scheduled for Friday, April 16th — at a planning meeting slated for 7 p.m. n Monday, February 9th in the TVHS Media Center. The all-volunteer committee will continue to meet the second Monday of every […]

Impact on Temecula/Murrieta developers, businesses, likely to drive consumer home prices even higher

Stringent new storm water runoff regulations concern developers, business owners and city officials. The cost of proposed changes angered many who said in the log run consumers and residents in Temecula and Murrieta will ultimately foot the bill.The San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board held a public workshop on Friday, January 23 at Temecula […]

Oster’s are no strangers to admiring glances in this beauty

Joan and Chuck Oster enjoy the attention they get when they drive around town in their 1968 Ford Mustang and the camaraderie of friends who share the same interest in classic cars.Chuck, unlike many other classic car aficionados, hasn’t always been a classic car buff since his teens, although he does share some memories of […]

Guidant Foundation donates $900,000 to YMCA building fund

The Southwest Family YMCA announced that the Guidant Foundation donated $900,000 to its building fund Tuesday night at the Temecula City Council meeting. Carl Burke, chair of the YMCA capital campaign, shared that the YMCA has raised $1.3 million in personal and corporate gifts and has already met its commitment to the city to raise […]

BBB warns about health clubs

Ready to get more exercise in the new year? Before joining a health club, the Better Business Bureau (BBB) is advising consumers to shop around, stay close to home and avoid clubs that pressure you to sign-up on the spot. \\"Choosing the wrong gym can thin your wallet, not your waistline,\\" said Gerry Wilson, BBB […]

Geese enjoy winter vacation in Murrieta

January marks the month when Canadian Geese make a grassy field in Murrieta their sojourn home. The Canadian Geese have been landing in the same field for 15 years, according to Temecula resident, Robert Martinez.Martinez, an avid hiker and nature enthusiast, says he’s watched the geese dwindle in numbers over the years. He says the […]