MPD introduces new crime prevention tool

The Murrieta Police Department officially launched a new program in the fight against crime. ProtectRNeighbors is a two-way communications program that allows MPD the ability to send out safety related information to specific areas of the city. Residents of the city can register free of charge online at www.protectrneighbors.com, or on the ProtectRNeighbors link on the Murrieta Police Department’s […]

Menifee City Council rolls over new tax levy

The city of Menifee gathered on March 18 in regular session and pulled the scheduled adoption of the levying of special taxes for Fiscal Year 2015/16 from the agenda for further consideration. Councilman Mathew Liesemeyer, said that he believed council may have acted in “haste” and suggested the group hold off on making a decision. […]

Linfield’s Taylor Bush signs acceptance letter to play baseball at Westmont College

Linfield’s Taylor Bush signs acceptance letter to play baseball at Westmont College

Linfield Christian School’s varsity baseball head coach, Dave Dexheimer, announced last week that senior shortstop, Taylor Bush, will join head coach Robert Ruiz at Westmont College. The multi-talented athlete was heavily recruited by numerous colleges but opted to join his brother Alex and the Warriors of Westmont. Bush has been a varsity infield starter all […]

Rancho Community Murrieta Mesa announces new pastor

Rancho Community Murrieta Mesa recently announced Alex McLean as their new executive pastor. His role will be to connect with residents of the Murrieta area church, letting them know about all what RCMM has to offer. “We have such a warm and friendly community, combined with the powerful message of God’s amazing grace,” McLean said. […]

Deputy and new canine partner to meet public

JURUPA VALLEY – A Riverside County sheriff’s deputy whose canine partner was gunned down while attempting to apprehend a fugitive in January will be taking his new four-legged partner for a walk Friday to introduce her to the public. K-9 unit Deputy Mark Wallace and “Kyra” have been training together for the last several weeks and are ready to […]

5 signs your headache may be caused by TMJ

LAS VEGAS, NV – Nearly everyone on occasion experiences a throbbing headache that interferes with concentration at work or school or saps the joy from the day. But sometimes the source of that headache can be surprising. For many people, the pain that emanates from the head can be traced back to their teeth, their […]

Murrieta Planning Department update shows growth in city limits

Murrieta City Council heard a report from City Planner Cynthia Kinser on Feb. 17. Kinser presented the update to highlight residential and commercial activity that has taken place in the city since October. According to her report, there are approximately 2,500 housing units in various stages of planning and construction throughout the city including Mitchell […]

Vaccinations are a must for everyone

I just read something alarming. According to a report from California County News, an agency we use to keep abreast of what is happening throughout the state, some parents were planning on throwing and attending measles parties. The intent is to intentionally expose children to measles in “hope of building up immunity” to negate the need for a vaccine. Upon finishing the article, I had to wonder to myself, “What are these parents thinking?”

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