TEMECULA: Big Horse Corn Maze offers up fun for the entire family

TEMECULA: Big Horse Corn Maze offers up fun for the entire family

TEMECULA –A six lane highway cuts through the center of where cattle once roamed in Temecula. The bunkhouse and ranch headquarters are still there but now are surrounded and lost behind shopping developments. The mill and granite quarry are long gone. Where once open farm and grazing land dominated the landscape, there is nothing left […]

Without action, El Niño won’t solve the drought

Marie Waldron Special to the Valley News We’ve all seen reports predicting a wet winter with a strong El Niño, though it’s still unlikely that the end of the drought may be at hand. Unfortunately, massive rains in Southern California may not add to the Sierra snowpack, California’s main water supply.  And the lack of necessary […]

MWD awards contract to replace HVAC system at Skinner treatment plant administration building

The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California awarded a contract to replace the heating, ventilating, and air conditioning system of the administration building at the Robert A. Skinner Water Treatment Plant. The MWD board vote on Aug. 18 awarded a $345,305 contract to F.M. Thomas Air Conditioning, Inc., which is headquartered in Brea, Calif. while […]

Prep Football season kicks off with much anticipated Zero Week games

Prep Football season kicks off with much anticipated Zero Week games

It’s the time of year that local high school football players have been dreaming of, the start of preseason games. The 2015 prep football season kicked off on Friday, Aug 28 with Week Zero and a handful of teams from around the area laced it up. Players from all over the Temecula Valley have worked […]