“For God and Country,” the sign at American Legion Post 595 in Perris announces to veterans and residents who pass by the historic post on South D Street in Perris. Now, its 333 American Legionnaires and Post officers are showing concern for the thousands of veterans, their families, sons and daughters who are missing out […]
“You all come on down,” the Manzanita Ranch staff said, inviting residents and veterans to the first Manzanita Mondays event at the Rainbow Oaks Cafe in Rainbow all day, Monday, Feb. 5. Johnny Roberts, the Manzanita Ranch manager who operates a horse ranch in Anza “where the horses are the therapy,” announced the nonprofit ranch’s […]
During the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, the “She’s Gone Country” radio show, hosted by Becky and Vicki Christensen, was broadcast from the Cowboy Marketplace gift exposition at the Mandalay Bay. T he Dec. 11 show featured military rodeo and included an interview with retired Camp Pendleton Marine and current Menifee resident Lynn Mattocks, […]
RIVERSIDE – The Riverside County Board of Supervisors directed staff to take action to open up employment opportunities and ensure the delivery of benefits to Riverside County’s 130,000-plus military veterans during their Dec. 12 meeting. Supervisor V. Manuel Perez introduced the “Veterans Improvement Program” during the board’s policy agenda. The move was a collaboration between […]
Hemet – Over the summer, Principal Jonathan Workman of Rancho Viejo Middle School and Associated Student Body Director Stacy Ciampa discussed creating an event to honor those that have served the country. The idea snowballed into an event that has impacted the entire campus. Staff invited local veterans to Rancho Viejo for a barbecue to […]
The Board of Supervisors today will examine options for opening up employment opportunities and ensuring the delivery of benefits to Riverside County’s 130,000-plus military veterans.
TEMECULA – Five Boy Scouts from the California Inland Empire Council Tahquitz District Troop 384 hiked over 30 miles and over 4,000 feet in elevation to summit both peak and Mount San Jacinto, Nov. 10-12, to honor veterans. While on the peaks, they performed a flag ceremony displaying the USA colors and the POW/MIA flags […]