This and that; Shenkman strikes again and thanking our veterans

Like Temecula Unified School District, and all the surrounding communities’ city councils, Murrieta Valley Unified School District is now facing a lawsuit regarding the way trustees are elected to the school board. You read that correctly, the law firm of Shenkman and Hughes is now going after MVUSD, sending a letter in late September on […]

Murrieta Rotary honors heroes in upcoming 2017 Field Of Honor

Murrieta Rotary honors heroes in upcoming 2017 Field Of Honor

MURRIETA – The Murrieta Rotary has selected four heroes for special recognition during the 2017 Field of Honor in Murrieta’s Town Square Park, Nov. 4-11. These heroes were nominated by friends and acquaintances for their “Service Above Self,” which is a motto of the Rotary Club. The nominees will be honored at the veteran’s lunch […]

Caring for the nation’s heroes

FirstLight Home Care Special to Valley News There are just under 2 million World War II veterans remaining in the U.S., and they are aging quickly. Many members of the “Greatest Generation” are dealing with the challenges of advancing age and need care and assistance with activities of daily living. Home care can be an […]

Local chamber supports Mt. San Jacinto College veteran students

SAN JACINTO – Mt. San Jacinto College received a generous donation from the Hemet San Jacinto Chamber of Commerce Aug. 4, to support the MSJC Veterans Resource Centers. Dee Cozart, president of the chamber of commerce board, handed a check in the amount of $2,250 to Vice President of Student Services Dr. John Colson for the […]

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