2021, a year in review

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Jack Davis Flournoy, who started the annual March of Remembrance for the Jewish Holocaust in Murrieta six years ago, died of COVID-19 pneumonia on Christmas Eve, Dec. 24, 2020, after several days of fighting the virus. Valley News/File photo
As the COVID-19 pandemic drags on, 2021 saw a plethora of changes throughout southwest Riverside County. From individuals and groups supporting front-line health care workers to the loss of thousands of residents and the eventual reopening of the state and local businesses, 2021 was a year like no other. Read on for a recap of some of the biggest news stories affecting the Temecula Valley and surrounding communities over the past 12 months. Week ending Jan. 1 Jack Davis Flournoy, who started the annual March of Remembrance for the Jewish Holocaust in Murrieta six years ago, died of COVID-19 pneumonia on Christmas Eve, Dec. 24, 2020, after several days of fighting the virus. Week ending Jan. 8 Just making it under the wire of requirements demanded for state funding, Thursday,
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