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A note to our readers

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We are living in unprecedented and uncertain times, politically, economically, medically and culturally, while censorship continues to be a very real and growing concern...

Valley News opens new Murrieta office

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Valley News announced the opening of its new office located within CCS Executive Suites at 24630 Washington Ave., Suite 202-104, in Murrieta.With its new...

Valley and Village News looks to community for story input

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Recently, several people have reached out to Valley News and Village News regarding the difficulties they are facing with the Department of Veteran Affairs...
Opinion section

Public’s dwindling interest in news offers great opportunities for newspapers

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In the Dec. 31, 2021, edition of Valley News, the story “Outlets hurt by dwindling public interest in news in 2021” by Associated Press writer...
Julie Reeder

Do you support and appreciate unbiased, local, fearless, independent news?

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Have you thought about what would happen if local independent news which holds our government accountable while reporting local news including stories about criminals...
Julie Reeder

Concerning The Epoch Times and national news

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We had a person complain that Village News, a weekly newspaper that covers North San Diego County from Reeder Media, which also publishes Valley...

Correction to Lake Elsinore District 5 Q&A

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In the original version of the Oct. 9 story, “Two vie to unseat Magee from Lake Elsinore District 5 post,” Valley News reported that...
Julie Reeder

Valley News moves to paid subscriptions

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Valley News will be celebrating 20 years in October as an effective and reliable hub of communication which helps keep democracy strong. Local independent...

Valley News delivers so much more than news

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Newspapers carry a wealth of information. At Valley News, we report on everything from happenings at area city halls to the good deeds being...
Julie Reeder

An open letter to the community

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We can survive almost any disaster with community support.We want to thank the City of Menifee, City of Temecula and John Hine Temecula Mazda/Subaru...