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Hemet city workers ask for raises after 14 years

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More than half of Hemet’s city employees appeared at the Tuesday, Nov. 10, city council meeting to plead for a wage increase. Workers, who...

Menifee parade salutes veterans

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The Oasis Veterans Club in Menifee took its Veterans Day celebration to the streets of the 55+ retirement community Wednesday, Nov. 11, to honor...

San Jacinto runner reaches milestone

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While it took Jules Verne’s fictional character Phileas Fogg only 80 days to circumnavigate the world, Jack Warneke of San Jacinto took 51 years...

San Jacinto, Hemet schools honor students

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The Hemet/San Jacinto Student of the Month program recognized seven local high school seniors for demonstrating character, integrity, love of learning, involvement in school...

Coping with COVID-19: Jumpin’ Bean Party Rentals keeps jumping

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Jumpin’ Bean Party Rentals LLC in Menifee, with a tagline of “Your party is our business,”suffered economic loss during the coronavirus pandemic, as people...

Lawsuit alters Hemet city council race

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Missteps by city officials in Hemet have led some candidates and voters to be uncertain as to who is eligible to run for an...

Coping With COVID-19: Ronald E. Duffin, DDS

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Even when people were asked to stay home due to the coronavirus pandemic, some didn’t have a choice because they needed to seek emergency...

Coping With COVID-19: Arts Council Menifee partners with Menifee Valley Community Cupboard

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During the early days of the pandemic when residents were asked to shelter in place, many people turned to artistic expression to help them...

Coping with COVID-19: Stadium Pizza stays flexible

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Chances are anyone whose children or grandchildren have played sports in the San Jacinto Valley during the past three decades is familiar with Stadium...

St. Jude Mission School offers unique education opportunities

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St. Jude Mission School is a nonprofit Catholic elementary school serving the Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians and adjacent communities since 2002. Sharing its...

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