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The Jason Foundation offers mental health training for first responders

HENDERSONVILLE, Tenn. – The Jason Foundation Inc., a nationally recognized leader in youth and young adult suicide awareness and prevention, announced a new training...

Patriots stand tall during Menifee rally

Patriots stood tall and proud in Menifee during a rally held Friday, Sept. 11, in Menifee.According to event organizer Chuck Tillotson, nearly two dozen...

Nonprofits, restaurants, donors collaboration serves front-line workers

No Cape Required was created in response to the COVID-19 pandemic by the members of nonprofits 100 Women Who Care Temecula Valley and Caring,...

Great Harvest Bread Co. donates lunches to hospital with help of customers

According to Darin Carlson, head baker and owner of Great Harvest Bread Company in Temecula, idea to hand out food lunches to Temecule Valley...

Hemet sheriffs conduct mass casualty drill at Idyllwild School

Deputies from the Hemet Sheriff’s Station conducted a mass casualty drill at Idyllwild School Tuesday, Nov. 26. Those in attendance included deputies from the...

As police and firefighter numbers fall, officials urge prep

By JAKE GOODRICK, BRIGETTE WALTERMIRE, NATALIE ANDERSON and CHRISTIAN GRAVIUS CARSON (AP) — With natural disasters increasing in frequency and intensity, first responders are finding...

Community heroes to be recognized at annual Heroes with Hearts dinner and fundraiser

Heroes aren’t born, they’re created. They are the life-force of everyday citizens doing kind acts, not expecting to receive any benefit. They are those...
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Help is on the way for first responders

Our first responders make lots of sacrifices to protect the rest of us and this can take a toll on them, as well as...