UPDATE: Murrieta Mayor accused of sexual harassment

UPDATE: Murrieta Mayor accused of sexual harassment

UPDATE: July 23, 6:30 p.m. According to documentation obtained by Valley News, Kathleen Smith, the woman who accused Murrieta Mayor Harry Ramos of sexual harassment, sought out psychological treatment following the alleged incident, though no physical treatment was needed. The document detailed the encounter, reporting that Ramos, “while acting in the course and scope of his […]

EMWD announces new recycled water signage campaign

EMWD announces new recycled water signage campaign

PERRIS—Eastern Municipal Water District recently began a new campaign that is designed to promote the responsible use of recycled water within the communities it serves. In mid-June, residents began noticing new signage promoting the use of recycled water at parks, agricultural fields, school grounds and community landscaping throughout EMWD’s 542-square mile service area. EMWD will […]

California Assembly passes controversial vaccination bill

Much to the chagrin of those who spoke out against it, the California Assembly passed Senate Bill 277 on June 25. The controversial bill requires all children to be vaccinated against childhood diseases before being allowed to attend a public school. The bill, supported by Temecula Senator Jeff Stone, does away with most exemptions that parents […]

MSJC offering new American Sign Language program

MENIFEE—Mt. San Jacinto College’s American Sign Language Department is launching the first program on the West Coast designed to prepare deaf and hearing students to enter the field of professional interpreting. The MSJC ASL/English Interpreting Preparation Program will begin with the fall 2015 semester, which starts on Aug. 17. Students may begin registering for the […]

Non-vaccinating parents need to understand risks

Dear Editor, My perspective (on the recent SB-277 passage by the State Assembly) comes from exposure and potential exposure to loved ones with compromised immune systems. A few years ago, while still living in Northern California, I came down with a pretty nasty cough; a cough that progressed despite various over the counter and prescribed treatments. After […]

California Assembly passes vaccination bill

California Assembly passes vaccination bill

Much to the chagrin of those who spoke out against it, the California Assembly passed SB-277 today. The controversial Senate Bill requires all children to be vaccinated against childhood diseases before being allowed to attend a public school. The bill, supported by Temecula Senator Jeff Stone, does away with most exemptions that parents have claimed in […]

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