Monday, October 26, 2020

Hemet skate park takes a step closer to reality with grant application submitted

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The Hemet City Council approved two resolutions to bring a skate park to the community during its Sept. 8, meeting. The skate park has...

Deputy fires at suspect involved in domestic dispute in San Jacinto

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SAN JACINTO (CNS) - A Riverside County sheriff's deputy opened fire on a 25-year-old man allegedly trying to get away from him after committing...

Meet the candidates for Hemet City Council’s District 3

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Editor’s note: There are nine candidates for the three Hemet City Council seats opening as listed on the Nov. 3 general election local ballot....

San Jacinto council wins resident support for license reader cameras

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The San Jacinto City Council heard several citizen comments welcoming the new license plate readers, which are being installed at the city’s major intersections. At...

Hemet Rotary holds 9/11 tribute

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HEMET – At 6 a.m. the morning of 9/11, members of the Rotary Club of Hemet teamed up with community leaders and met outside...

EMWD approves 20-year Cienega Well lease with AT&T

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The Eastern Municipal Water District approved a lease with AT&T for a telecommunications facility at Eastern’s Cienega Well facility in Hemet. A 5-0 EMWD board...

Blaze burns east of Mt. San Jacinto College

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SAN JACINTO (CNS) - A fire that erupted Thursday, Sept. 24 just east of Mt. San Jacinto College scorched roughly an acre before firefighters...

Extradition pending for second man accused in deadly shooting

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RIVERSIDE (CNS) - One of two men accused of gunning down a customer at a Riverside hookah bar last year is behind bars in...

Soboba Youth Council gets creative with distance learning

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Mike Hiles, Special to Valley News The Soboba Youth Council has become well known for its youth events and community service to the residents of the...

Hemet City surplus land not for sale, city council says

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A proposition to sell Hemet city’s surplus land in conformance with a new state law saying any city surplus land sold for new homes...