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Hemet businesses prepare for Monday night protests

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Vero's Ice Cream in Hemet is just one of many businesses battening down the hatches in preparation of protests expected Monday, June 1, regarding...

Menifee releases ‘Menifee CARES’ disaster recovery initiative

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MENIFEE – Menifee announced the “Menifee CARES,” an online disaster recovery resource, focusing on Menifee’s economic recovery in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. The...

Supervisors approve French Valley rezone

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The Riverside County Board of Supervisors approved a rezone for a 13.29-acre French Valley area. The supervisors’ 5-0 vote May 19 reduces the minimum lot...

County’s jobless rate hits record high

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The unemployment rate in Riverside County was 15.3%in April – the highest level recorded in the California Employment Development Department’s electronic database going back...

Improve communication skills

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Sonia Alamina, Optimal Speakers Toastmaster Have you heard about Toastmasters? Toastmasters is a nonprofit organization that was founded decades ago to give members the opportunity to...

Keep a team engaged during a crisis

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HOLTS SUMMIT, Mo. – COVID-19 has changed, at least temporarily, the world of work for many people as employees hunkered down at home instead...
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Temecula Clay gives artists a creative outlet

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Jennie Soderquist, owner of Temecula Clay reopened her doors Monday, May 4, at 32127 Temecula Parkway, at Vail Headquarters in Temecula. When the safer-at-home order...

Murrieta/Wildomar Chamber cancels June MEGA Mixer

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The Murrieta/Wildomar Chamber of Commerce announced the cancellation of the June 2020 All-Chamber MEGA Mixer due to the threat posed by the coronavirus. “It is...

Stores open doors as shoppers return to the streets

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Businesses throughout the Temecula Valley have opened their doors and are welcoming back customers after a nearly two-monthlong restriction on businesses due to COVID-19...
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Temecula mayor juggles running business and city

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James Stewart wears a couple of different hats. “Stew,” as he prefers to be referred to, is the mayor of Temecula, of course. But he’s...