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Bob Morris: Architect of the Old Town Temecula Vibe

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Rebecca Marshall Farnbach Special to Valley News In the 1970s, Old Town Temecula was a rundown, has-been of a town bypassed by Interstate 15. It had...

Temecula Valley Historical Society presents Korean War veteran Sgt. Reckless

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TEMECULA – The Temecula Valley Historical Society invites the public to attend at Zoom presentation Monday, March 22, at 6 p.m. when Richard Leste,...

A salute to Black pioneers

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Rebecca Marshall Farnbach Special to Valley News The histories of four Black pioneers from the southwest Riverside County and North San Diego County should not be...

Murrieta Hot Springs beckons visitors to relax

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Rebecca Marshall Farnbach Special to Valley News From time immemorial, the Murrieta Hot Springs resort has beckoned visitors to its mineral-rich waters for recreation, relaxation, rejuvenation...

A tale of beef, beans, avocados and sausage

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Rebecca Marshall Farnbach Special to Valley News It is no surprise that The Vail Cattle Company served beef to their cowboys. Every cookhouse meal featured platters...

Temecula Valley Historical Society to explore Old Town Temecula virtually

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TEMECULA – The Temecula Valley Historical Society invites the public to use modern technology to step into the past and access a virtual program...

Coming to Temecula in 1908

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Rebecca Marshall Farnbach Special to Valley News To reach Temecula from a distance in the early days of the 20th century, people would travel by train....

Bees and beasts in Temecula Valley, circa 1910-1945

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Rebecca Marshall Farnbach Special to Valley News Ranches dominated almost all of the Temecula Valley in 1910. The Vail Ranch owned 87,500-acres spreading from south of...

Gunslingers, an old railroad and shootouts are a part of Temecula’s history

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Former mayor of Temecula, James “Stew” Stewart has been resharing historical photos of the city’s unique past on Facebook and has acquired quite a...

Historical figure Jose Estudillo performed by actor on Zoom

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TEMECULA – Actor Bill Veale performed Jose Estudillo, one of the first San Jacinto Valley pioneers, in a special Zoom presentation Monday, July 27,...