The first total solar eclipse across the United States in nearly 40 years will occur tomorrow, with partial darkness falling over Southern California, where UC Riverside researchers will be offering residents an opportunity to watch through solar-filtered telescopes.
TEMECULA – All North America – as well as parts of South America, Europe and Africa – will, weather permitting, be able to view a partial eclipse of the sun, Monday, Aug. 21. A total eclipse will be viewable to the select 12.2 million Americans living within the path of totality, a 70-mile band stretching […]
As the weather heats up, Riverside County Animal Services is warning the public to be aware of rattlesnake activity. They warn you may see more rattlesnakes out and about. According to John Welsh, senior public information specialist with Riverside County Department of Animal Services, while dangerous, rattlesnakes have an important role to play in the […]
TEMECULA – Few things are as much fun as splashing around at the beach or in a backyard pool, but not every child is confident about taking the plunge. “For some children, the idea of getting in the water and trying to swim can be a bit frightening,” K.J. Hales said. Hakes is the author […]
Moving can be hard on everyone involved. Adults, children and yes…even your pets. While your pet may not understand exactly what is going on, they can sense the stress, good or bad that the whole family is experiencing. Add to that the fact that animals are creatures of habit and do not like changes to […]
MURRIETA – California Highway Patrol officials announced that as part of their ongoing efforts to improve pedestrian safety in Southwest Riverside County they will be conducting a traffic enforcement operation that will focus on traffic safety for pedestrians, bicyclists, and motorists on streets near Murrieta area schools. The enforcement operation will take place Wednesday, May 17, at […]
Pets require certain comforts to live long and healthy lives. In addition to adequate nutrition, exercise, medical care, and mental stimulation, pets need a safe place to live. The average home is filled with various items that can be harmful to pets. Just as parents’ baby-proof their homes when welcoming new children into their families, […]
Letter to the editor, Hello I am a resident of Hemet, California. My concern is the amount of pedestrian vs car incidents, I have been a member of the Hemet Valley Incidents on Facebook and I am constantly seeing posts about pedestrians being critically injured by cars and most of them are fatal. I have […]
Creepy clowns have made their way across the country and now several sightings in Temecula, Murrieta, Hemet, San Jacinto and even Lake Elsinore, have officials speaking out against the movement designed to strike terror in the hearts of many.
The Murrieta Valley Unified School District is aware of the news reports & rumors about creepy clown sightings & threats to schools across the country. Representatives from MVUSD sent out a letter to parents this week stating: “We know students & parents are talking about these clown rumors which may cause some concern and anxiety. […]