Susan G. Komen fought breast cancer with her heart, body and soul. Throughout her diagnosis, treatments, and endless days in the hospital, she spent her time thinking of ways to make life better for other women battling breast cancer instead of worrying about her own situation. That concern for others continued even as Susan neared […]
AB 109 sparks further controversy in Murrieta, CA with the routine traffic stop of two parolees. Drugs, stolen property found during the late night traffic stop. MORE.
The race to the finish is on for girls volleyball in the very tough Southwestern League and it’s going to be one heck of a fight. League play got underway on October 6 and Great Oak, the only team currently ranked in the CIF-SS Division 1A rankings at #3, took out the Vista Murrieta Broncos 3-1 […]
The Teamsters Union announced today that it has reached a tentative agreement with grocery companies Ralphs, Vons and Albertsons that if passed, will cover more than 8,000 members across Southern California. The drivers, warehouse, dairy and manufacturing workers at the three companies will vote on the tentative agreement from Oct. 16-18. The union and company […]
Murrieta City Council voted to remove Mayor Harry Ramos from his position after a city investigation determined there might have been cause to believe that Ramos did engage in misconduct.
First Couponing and Extreme Couponing seminar in Murrieta teaches tips, techniques and money saving tricks
Through means of reality TV all of us have been exposed to the extreme couponers that can easily convert a large product purchase to just a few dollars, pennies, or even profit by just using coupons the right way. This past Sunday, Oct. 4, Chelsea Adrianzen from Murrieta and Vanessa Castellón from French Valley hosted […]
The Filharmonic wooed the crowd at Temecula Valley High School’s Golden Bear Theater Sept. 29, as they sang hit songs – all a cappella – and captivated the audience with their energy, synced dance moves and harmonious vocals. Platinum FX, the Chaparral Choir, opened the show with about 40 vocalists who performed “No Place I’d […]
For seven straight years, since Coach Trent Warren took over the program at Murrieta Valley, the Nighthawks have been undefeated in league play, claiming the reigns every year since then as the Southwestern League Champions. Though it’s still early in the season, the league title still remains a focus, but their undefeated league streak has […]
The first cross country league meet of the season took place on Wednesday, Sept. 30 at Temecula Valley High School and that meant feeding time for the Great Oak Wolfpack. Both teams from Great Oak were fresh off of successful first and second place finishes at the Bob Firman Invitational in Boise, Idaho over the […]
RIVERSIDE – An Inland Empire lawmaker’s bill authorizing the transfer of a segment of Highway 74 from the state to Riverside County was signed into law today by Gov. Jerry Brown. Under AB 218, sponsored by Assemblywoman Melissa Melendez, R-Lake Elsinore, the California Department of Transportation will relinquish control of a six-mile stretch of state Route 74 between Lake […]