Friday, August 14, 2020

Jury selection begins for trial of Marine accused of killing Murrieta man

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MURRIETA (CNS) - Jury selection resumed Thursday, Aug. 13 for the trial of a 32-year-old Marine lieutenant accused of fatally beating a man in...
Gerald Chase

Cloverlane Foundation helps disabled veterans improve their mobility

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Korean War veteran Gerald Chase, who lives in the San Jacinto Valley, saw a growing need to assist other veterans who were physically or...

San Jacinto City Council approves needed pedestrian and bicycle safety projects

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The San Jacinto City Council considered necessary street safety projects to be completed within two years and extended an urgency ordinance allowing restaurants and...

Wildomar road repairs to wrap-up at end of August, future repairs ahead

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The city of Wildomar completed its major road repairs Friday, Aug. 7. Paid for by Senate Bill 1, commonly known as the “Gas Tax,” a...

Menifee City Council reluctantly approves the 70-foot AT&T cell tower proposed in Wheatfield Park

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After months of deliberation and a lawsuit now filed by AT&T, the Menifee City Council reluctantly gave the go ahead for the telecommunications company...

Menifee city manager takes steps to bolster economy

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Menifee city manager Armando Villa said the growing city still “has a lot of catching up to do” but was very pleased how far...

Murrieta City Council discusses homelessness within the city

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The Murrieta City Council met Tuesday, Aug. 4, to discuss homelessness in Murrieta and to provide direction to staff regarding Project Homekey, a grant...

Murrieta city council discusses Murrieta tourism business improvement district

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Samantha Cox, Intern The Murrieta City Council held a public meeting Tuesday, Aug. 4, to discuss the renewal of the Murrieta Tourism Business Improvement District. Five...

Special needs students prepare for the upcoming school year

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Emily Schwank, Intern As the upcoming school year will begin online, parents of students with special needs are adapting to virtual learning. When the Temecula Valley Unified...

Rancho Water appoints Kuebler to fill vacant seat

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Rancho California Water District’s board of directors unanimously appointed Joseph Kuebler to fill a seat vacated by longtime board member Lisa Herman recently. Kuebler was...