New officers installed for the Kiwanis Club of Temecula Valley

TEMECULA – The Kiwanis Club of Temecula Valley held their 39th annual Installation Dinner, Sept. 26, at 8-Bit Brewery in Murrieta for the incoming officers of 2017-2018. Outgoing club president, Gregory Kind, who served two consecutive terms in that post, emceed the event, which was attended by more than 70 members, family and friends, including […]

Loma Linda University unveils new bachelor’s degree in radiation therapy

Degree is one of the few academic programs in the U.S. to offer proton therapy education LOMA LINDA – Loma Linda University’s School of Allied Health Professions has established a bachelor’s degree in radiation therapy with hands-on instruction, progressive technology and the ability to practice proton therapy. Radiation therapy employs ionizing radiation to treat cancer and control […]

Man accused in Palm Springs cop killings found competent to stand trial

Man accused in Palm Springs cop killings found competent to stand trial

Jason Kurosu Special to Valley News A 27-year-old ex-convict charged with the ambush killings of two Palm Springs police officers who went to his home on a family disturbance call nearly a year ago is deemed mentally competent to stand trial, a judge ruled. John Hernandez Felix, who is accused of fatally shooting veteran training […]

Race baiting dominates the news

In 20 minutes of casual news scanning on just one network, I found five news items dealing with race baiters – those who see racism in everything. They appear to want to rewrite U.S. history emphasizing white oppression. Here is what I learned. At the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, students, notably the Black Law Students Association, […]

Wildomar luncheon celebrates couple’s ‘Liberating’ new book

Wildomar luncheon celebrates couple’s ‘Liberating’ new book

WILDOMAR – The National Resource Center on Children and Families of the Incarcerated reports that one in 28 children in the U.S. has an incarcerated parent. “These children are often pulled into the cycle of drug abuse, violence and crime themselves, following their parents’ footsteps on the path to incarceration,” Dr. Mona Davies of Murrieta […]

Competency bench trial underway for accused Palm Springs cop killer

INDIO – Testimony will continue today to determine whether a 27-year-old ex-con charged with the ambush killings of two Palm Springs police officers is competent to stand trial even though his lawyers allege he is suffering from “traumatic amnesia,” leaving him with no memory of last fall’s shooting and preventing him from assisting in his […]

Murrieta Electric Brewery Company brews up success

Murrieta Electric Brewery Company brews up success

Murrieta’s Electric Brewing Company has found success this last year with a 1,400 percent increase in business. Founder Justen Foust began home brewing nearly eight years ago, and in seven years, he has transformed an 8-gallon kettle to a full-scale electric brewery. “Fell in love with it; my first batch of beer and I knew […]

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