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Entertain in style at home

Family Features Special to Valley News It’s never too early to plan ahead, especially when you are expecting guests in your home. Your family and friends...

Western Science Center Museum again offers outdoor educational opportunity

The Western Science Center in Hemet took advantage of the COVID-19 tier reduction with the opportunity to show off some of their latest paleontology...

Keep mosquitoes out of your backyard oasis

TEMECULA – The value of a retreat-like backyard was never more apparent than in 2020. Over the last year-plus, much of the world has...

Temecula opens registration for outdoor winter break camps

TEMECULA – Temecula opened registration Tuesday, Dec. 1, for the Community Services Department’s outdoor winter camps and workshops, an enriching way to fill a...
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The Skin Cancer Foundation shares its top tips for choosing and applying sunscreens

NEW YORK CITY – Summer is heating up, and many states have rolled back stay-at-home orders implemented to stop the spread of COVID-19. As...

San Bernardino National Forest opens more campgrounds

The San Bernardino National Forest announced the opening of more of its developed recreational sites and campgrounds which had previously been closed due to...

Jazz Festival returns to Old Town Temecula

The ninth annual Jazz Festival at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 8, is pretty straightforward, according to organizer Jeff Stover. “There will be two and a...
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Connecting children to nature is good for both

OCHOPEE, Fla. – Plenty of older Americans hold fond childhood memories of climbing trees, catching frogs and engaging in endless hours of tag or...

Don’t let summer just happen

Most people, from young children to senior citizens, look forward to the opportunities of summer. While they may complain some days about the heat...