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Here’s what $15 minimum wage would mean for this frozen yogurt shop owner

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Virginia Allen Special to Valley News Some lawmakers’ push to raise the national minimum wage to $15 an hour is “truly maddening,” small-business owner Stuart Hornsby...
Marie Waldron

Help to come for tenants and landlords

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Assemblymember Marie Waldron Special to Valley News The economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic has made it difficult for thousands of Californians to keep a roof...
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Letter to the editor

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The stampede of leftist pundits trolling the Republican Party for its alleged “divisiveness” by acquitting former President Donald Trump during the Senate’s latest impeachment...
Melissa Melendez

State Sen. Melendez responds to new whistleblower allegations at California funded COVID-19 lab

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SACRAMENTO –California State Sen. Melissa Melendez, R- Lake Elsinore, responded Tuesday, Feb. 8, to whistleblower allegations at California’s funded COVID-19 lab: “As the vice-chair of the Senate...
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Temecula Valley Educators Association gives a statement on schools returning to in-person instruction

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TVEA, which represents the teachers, nurses, counselors, social workers, psychologists and speech pathologists of the Temecula Valley Unified School District, has been planning with...
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The Elizabeth Hospice to host virtual volunteer training sessions

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TEMECULA – The Elizabeth Hospice, 27720 Jefferson Ave., Suite 200, in Temecula invited individuals interested in helping adults and children impacted by serious illness...
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Under federal law, can your employer make you get the COVID-19 vaccine?

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Greg Glaser, Esq. and Mary Holland Special to Valley News Are state governments and private employers about to mandate COVID-19 vaccines? There are many opaque current and...
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Red Cross urges blood donation to maintain supply amid pandemic

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RIVERSIDE – The American Red Cross has a tough time keeping the blood supply strong during the winter months when inclement weather and seasonal...

Enjoy the health benefits of 4 popular teas

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TEMECULA – When in need of a beverage to warm them up, billions of people across the globe routinely look to tea. That choice...

Stephen Michael Linen Jr. Memorial Park’s new playground honors Temecula’s first responders

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TEMECULA ─ Temecula’s Community Services Department announced a new playground was installed at Stephen Michael Linen Jr. Memorial Park, 44935 Nighthawk Pass, in Temecula...

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