Friday, April 9, 2021

Temecula Foster Mom Sentenced to More Than 11 Years For Abusing Kids

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MURRIETA - A Temecula woman who severely abused her two foster children was sentenced today to 11 years and four months to life in...

Historic Hemet Theatre readies for reopening

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Artist Dan Melendez dedicated the past several months to bringing the Golden Age of Hollywood back to the lobby of the Historic Hemet Theatre....

High school students create coloring book

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Members of the National Honor Society chapter at Western Center Academy in Hemet recently produced a coloring book for elementary students in the Hemet...

Menifee residents enjoy the city’s drive-thru Spring Fest

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Dozens of small children were delighted Saturday, April 3, to be greeted by the Easter Bunny and gather a few eggs and other treats...

Golden Era running team against drugs joins Valley-Wide Recreation in Bunny Hop Run

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Valley-Wide Recreation and Park District sponsored the virtual Bunny Hop Run for visitors to their 40 parks and facilities across the valley. The runs,...

Grazing Theory elevates eating

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When Gina LaMora moved to Temecula in late 2018, she wanted to share her experience of bringing people together over an appealing and appetizing...

Valley highway construction work to startup this week

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Caltrans says SR 79 rehab is completed Motorists received a break from highway construction work through Easter Sunday, April 4, with new work soon to...

Rancho Springs facilities and operations prove invaluable during pandemic

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Timothy Daniel Special to Valley News One doctor of nuclear medicine in Henderson, Nevada, said he knew the coronavirus pandemic was serious and dangerous, but like...

Mobile exhibit in Wildomar tells the stories of American veterans

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Stories of true American heroes fighting in the nation’s wars, their patriotism and their sacrifice will shown in a visiting mobile exhibit from Wreaths...