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Drought worsens throughout California, extreme conditions in southwest RivCo

Drought has returned to California due to a significantly dry winter, according to the current drought map released by the U.S. Drought Monitor Thursday,...

Continued dry conditions prompt early warning about potential water shortages

SACRAMENTO – As dry conditions persist throughout California, the State Water Resources Control Board mailed early warning notices March 22, to approximately 40,000 water right holders,...

Is your body begging for water?

Christina Macone-Greene  Special to Valley News Many individuals assume they are having hunger pangs when in fact their body is simply begging for water, according to...
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Commentary: Careful planning keeps water costs down for customers

Greg Thomas Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District With one out of every nine Californians out of work and the coronavirus pandemic continuing to impact the economy,...

Texas Governor Declares Disaster After Brain-Eating Amoeba Found in City’s Water

BY JACK PHILLIPS September 28, 2020 The governor of Texas declared a disaster after a brain-eating amoeba that killed a 6-year-old boy was found in a city’s water...

Rancho Water chooses SRRRA alternate, moves forward with general manager search

The Rancho California Water District Board of Directors named vice president William E. Plummer as an alternate on the Santa Rosa Regional Resources Authority...

San Jacinto City to increase water and sewer rates Jan. 1, 2021

The San Jacinto City Council, with Mayor Andrew Kotyuk absent, voted to approve a water and sewer rate increase that will go into effect...

Rancho Water discusses wheeling agreement, additional funding for projects

The Engineering and Operations Committee of the Rancho California Water District held a virtual meeting Thursday, Aug. 27, as well as a special meeting...

San Jacinto Council delays proposed water and sewer rate increase decision until September

The San Jacinto City Council continued its discussion on how much city water and sewer rates should be raised to help repair and replace...

How to avoid dehydration in the great outdoors

TEMECULA – Hiking, fishing and swimming are among the more popular ways to experience the great outdoors. Outdoor enthusiasts may find nothing better than...