Cottonwood School asks residents if they need a preschool

Are there residents in the Aguanga, Anza, Sage, and surrounding areas who need a free or low-cost preschool? If there are families in the community with children ages 3- to 5-years-old, who are interested in Cottonwood Elementary School starting a preschool, contact Josie Becerra of First 5 Riverside at (951) 765-1648, ext. 207; Phyllis Petri, […]

Novel tech job program funded in Coachella Valley

PALM SPRINGS – The Coachella Valley will be among six areas to share $1.2 million in funding given to the state’s “innovation hub” program, which aims to promote the creation of jobs in emerging technologies, officials recently announced. The California Small Business Development Center gave the first round of funding to the state’s iHub program, […]

Updated health care measure to improve government ties with Indians

The Cahuilla Indian tribe near Anza will soon be affected by the Obama administration health care measure that the President recently signed into law. The new provision can affect Native Americans across the nation by honoring several specific government-to-government relationship issues with the people. The permanent Indian Health Care Improvement Act signed on March 23 […]

Iranian woman speaks on behalf of international women

March was International Women’s Month. Mount San Jacinto College held an event in honor of the holiday which included a film and guest speaker. The film “A Death in Tehran” told the story of the unjustified killing of a young woman named Neda who was one of thousands who took to the streets in 2008 […]

Communication key to doing prom night right

Prom night is just around the corner. Be prepared to have fun. On May 1, Hamilton High School in Anza will hold its 2009/10 prom night for juniors and seniors at Southcoast Winery in Temecula, from 7 to 11 p.m. The theme is: “A Tuscan Paradise.” “My experience is that our students have a very good […]