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Will Fritz is an associate editor at Valley News. He has a journalism degree from San Diego State University, where he was editor in chief of the university's independent student newspaper, The Daily Aztec. A graduate of Temecula Valley High School, his family has lived in Temecula for almost half a century. He can be reached by email at wfritz@reedermedia.com.

Temecula City Council District 4 candidates Mark Gular, Sonia Perez, Adam Ruiz and James...

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When former Temecula Mayor James Stewart resigned earlier this year over an email that was criticized as racist, it threw the outcome of this...

LEUSD students won’t return to campuses until 2021

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Lake Elsinore Unified students won’t be heading back to physical classrooms until January at the earliest. LEUSD’s board of trustees voted Oct. 22 to continue...

Despite purple tier slide, TVUSD still hopes to reopen elementary schools in cohort model...

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What does Riverside County’s slide back into the “purple” tier of the state’s coronavirus reopening plan mean for Temecula schools? Temecula Valley Unified Superintendent Jodi...

Lake Elsinore approves contract to design drainage fix for ‘Avenues’ neighborhood

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The Lake Elsinore City Council awarded a $169,000 contract Tuesday, Oct. 13, to design drainage improvements for a city neighborhood that has a history...

Temecula plans Halloween home decorating, costume contests, drive-in movie for Halloween

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Halloween will certainly look different this year, but the city of Temecula will have some fun, socially distant opportunities to celebrate the spooky season. This...

Pipeline replacement to close portions of Temecula Parkway in starting next month

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Rancho California Water District crews will begin replacing more than a mile of pipeline under Temecula Parkway in November.  Staff from the water district updated...

Candidates for Temecula City Council, TVUSD board speak at ‘Slave No More’ event

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Two candidates in local Temecula elections spoke at a “Slave No More California” event Sunday, Oct. 11, at Temecula City Hall condemning public health...

Lake Elsinore leaders reflect on tumultuous year, plan for future at State of the...

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Lake Elsinore Mayor Brian Tisdale struck an optimistic tone while reflecting on the difficulties of the past year at the 2020 Lake Elsinore State...

LEUSD presents hybrid learning options to parents

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Lake Elsinore Unified families will be surveyed on their preferences for multiple different plans for a partial return to in-person classes, ahead of a...

Owners of Black Lives Matter stand in Murrieta say they continue to be harassed

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The owners of a stand selling Black Lives Matter masks, T-shirts and other wares at a Murrieta intersection said they are continuing to be...

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