In Memoriam

Margaret Lu Blake passed away on March 6, 2009. Born in Niles, OH, she had been a resident of Anza for the last 20 years. Margaret, better known as Peg by her friends, was universally loved by all who knew her. Her cheerful and positive outlook on life was communicated to everyone with whom she […]

Gloria Jean Jolliff

Gloria Jean Jolliff, 68, went home to be with her Savior on Feb. 21, 2009. She was born in Pomona, CA. She is survived by her husband Earl of Anza, her children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren and many good friends. Her final resting place is Montecito Cemetery in Loma Linda. In lieu of flowers please send donations […]

March Thimble Club luncheon

Another year has come and is almost gone for the Thimble Club. A new slate of officers has been announced for the next fiscal year and will be voted on at our next meeting, April 2. Our slate names Annie Ashby as president, Julie Roy vice president, Reba Schulz secretary, Sue Kraft corresponding secretary and […]

Fire Safe Council announcements

The Anza Valley Fire Safe Council is in need of an enclosed car/cargo trailer to house equipment and transport to the dump the cleared brush and shrubs from the projects they do. They would like to obtain a trailer approximately five feet by 12 feet. It must have a side door entrance in addition to […]

President speaks

We have had Presidents that moved us along the road to socialism. Franklin D. Roosevelt started us down this road but World War II got in the way. He still managed to move us in that direction. Lyndon Johnson came along with his great society. Jimmy Carter created stagflation. We had high everything from high […]

Letter to the Editor

I can sympathize with the Dummers, who have had difficulties in commuting to and from their residence on Reynolds Way in Anza. I also live on Reynolds Way a short distance from the Dummers and for years performed road maintenance using a four-wheel-drive vehicle in tandem with a heavy steel drag to fill and level […]

Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor

This is a picture of Howard Road, the road I live on, after one of the recent storms. A friend is stuck in his truck, trying to drive out. I read the article in the Anza Valley Outlook on who should be accountable for fixing the roads. I have lived in Anza, paying taxes, for […]

Letter to the Editor

I feel like I’m beating a dead horse but since this subject has reared its ugly head again I feel that two more cents might raise some productive discussion. The issue that has plagued us forever is that many of us in Anza are forced to do or pay for our own roadwork just for […]

‘Women of Distinction’ sought

Soroptimist International of the High Country established the Women of Distinction Recognition Award in 1984 to honor local women who have demonstrated outstanding achievement through their professional, business or voluntary activities. According to a press release, these are women who have lived in the community for 10 or more years, have been role models and […]