Water conservation should remain topic of discussions

Dear Editor Even though drought restrictions have eased, the conversation around water conservation isn’t over yet, especially during these hot summer months. Our community should lead by example by making conservation habits permanent even without regulations making us do so. The logical place to make this change is where we have the most control (where […]

Riverside County Chapter of California Republican National Hispanic Assembly Supports Trump

Across the state and throughout the nation, the media focuses on groups who demonstrate against the Republican presumptive presidential nominee, Donald Trump. Members of the San Diego County and Riverside County Chapters of the California Republican National Hispanic Assembly, CARNHA, believes Donald Trump is by far the better candidate to lead our nation in the […]

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, I attended the last Temecula City Council meeting to voice my opinion on the Bicycle Trails Master Plan. I said while plans are important, the city has not completed most of the projects called for in the last plan almost 15 years ago, or the original plan in the parks and recreation plan […]

San Diego’s agriculture: food for the world

This region is a major contributor to California’s longstanding status as the nation’s leading agricultural state. Locally grown crops including citrus, avocados, strawberries, olives, grapes and cut flowers have put San Diego in the top tier of the nation’s agricultural counties. California’s 76,400 farms produce over one-third of the country’s vegetables and two-thirds of its […]

The Clintons’ Crimes in Haiti

My husband and I share something in common with Bill and Hillary Clinton. We spent our honeymoon in Haiti. It was on that trip that we first encountered real poverty, the likes of which most U.S. citizens have never seen or even imagined. After the overthrow of the Duvalier regime, we had great hope for […]

New Council Candidates Cannot Run on Economic Development or Business Growth

Jennifer Martin Special to Valley News Well, the Murrieta political season has officially kicked off with several candidates vying for the two council seats up for grabs in this November’s election. I foresee another multi candidate race, much like the election in 2014, but there is something much different this time. Candidates in this election […]

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