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Local communities rally to bring food to health care workers

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Murrieta resident Dave Bohorquez is partnering with two other southwest Riverside County residents to help rally the community in bringing meals to hospital workers...

See benefits to hiring veterans and military spouses in new campaign

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Southwest Riverside County Military Affairs Committee launched their first awareness campaign recently “We started noticing this trend for the military population in general, both here...

Paint your heart out or join a charcuterie workshop the week of Jan. 22-28

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Editor’s Note: Due to California’s Regional Stay At Order announcement, Dec. 3, residents should call ahead and see if an event is still available...

Murrieta child undergoes 5th open heart surgery

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Murrieta residents Jesus and Brianna Ramirez watched their 2-year-old daughter go through her fifth open heart surgery recently. Their daughter, Charlotte, is battling for her...

In remembrance: Murrieta resident Al Vollbrecht dies from COVID-19

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A prominent and active member of Murrieta, Al Vollbrecht died from COVID-19 Monday, Dec. 28. “He was one of our founding members, and we founded...

Murrieta/Wildomar Chamber says Restaurant Week is ‘crucial’ this year

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As the coronavirus pandemic continues, restaurants continue to be hit by restrictions. In partnership with the city of Murrieta and the city of Wildomar,...

Art projects, Temecula Bike Night and more Jan. 15-21

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Editor’s Note: Due to California’s Regional Stay At Order announcement, Dec. 3, residents should call ahead and see if an event is still available...

Get active with this lineup, Jan. 8-14

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Editor’s Note: Due to California’s Regional Stay At Home Order announcement, Dec. 3, residents should call ahead and see if an event is still...

The Grinch is popping up around Murrieta

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You may have seen a Grinch or two around Murrieta this holiday season. Karmes Neazer, who lives in Murrieta with his family, started doing chalk...

‘It’s working itself out:’ woman takes in granddaughter

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Hemet resident Passion Aldridge, 45, took in her newborn granddaughter recently, caring for the child since she was three days old. “We didn’t know that...

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