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 By Kim Harris    Community

Hundreds converge in Old Town Temecula for annual 'Cross Walk'

Hundreds of people flocked to the Temeku Cinemas in Temecula, Friday, March 30, many carrying crosses, to commemorate Good Friday – the day that Christians around the world... — Updated 4/5/2018

 
 By Kim Harris    Community

Roaring motorcycles blessed for the roadway at VFW Post 4089 Bike Blessing

Motorcyclists from throughout the valley made their way to Temecula VFW Post 4089 at 28075 Diaz Road in Temecula for a bike blessing Saturday, March 24. Hundreds of riders rode to... — Updated 3/30/2018

 
 By Lynn Donovan    Community

The response to Easter is to love others

Easter, the death and resurrection of Christ, is an event that altered the fabric of humanity. Easter is the centrality of love. “By this everyone will know that you are my... — Updated 3/30/2018

 
 By Lynn Donovan    Community

Take one moment of brave faith

My beloved child, would you, this day, take one step of bold faith? I entreat you, dare to take my hand. Grasp the possibility of the promise which dawns upon the morrow. Release... — Updated 3/18/2018

 

Divine Mercy Conference moves to fall

PALA – This year the Divine Mercy Conference will be held Oct. 13, instead of in February. One of the reasons the conference is changing back to the fall is the weather. The other is daylight saving time. Many people are nervous... — Updated 3/14/2018

 

Once in a ‘Super Blue Blood Moon’

link It’s been 35 years since sky watchers have looked to the skies to see a rare “Super Blue Blood Moon,” but the one that appeared in the heavens in the early morning hours... — Updated 2/11/2018

 

Paloma Elementary School’s Running Club shines with two star helpers

Paloma Elementary School teacher Tim Saffell started the school’s Running Club this year, and in only months, two students have caught his attention. Running Club takes place Mondays and Wednesdays before school, 8:15 a.m. to... — Updated 2/11/2018

 

Should I Rent or Sell My House?

If you are thinking about leaving your old house behind for a different one to upgrade, to downsize, to relocate, or for some other reason, you are probably thinking the same thing... — Updated 2/11/2018

 

Mt. San Jacinto College welcomes more than 16,000 for 2018 spring semester

SAN JACINTO – Students Allen Villena, Lani Rosalez and Lycrea Keys were able to get all of the classes they needed at Mt. San Jacinto College. They are among the 16,448 students... — Updated 2/11/2018

 

Michelle’s Place Breast Cancer Resource Center accepts scholarship applications from those impacted by cancer

Michelle’s Place Breast Cancer Resource Center is accepting online applications for scholarships until Feb. 28. The Patricia Deroeux Scholarship is offered on behalf of the Temecula Chamber of Commerce each year to two... — Updated 2/10/2018

 

But love is forever

TEMECULA – But love is forever. Love is our power to change darkens into light and struggle into victory. linklink Love can heal the heart, restore the body and deliver the mind. Love can cover a multitude of missed... — Updated 2/7/2018

 

Lafayette Waters makes the dean’s list at McKendree University

LEBANON, Ill. – Lafayette Waters, a senior psychology major from Murrieta, has been named to the McKendree University dean’s list for the fall 2017 semester for earning a GPA of 3.60 or higher. McKendree University is a... — Updated 2/7/2018

 

Homeowners look to move up in 2018

Unlike the experience of buying a first home, when homeowners are looking to move up, and they already own a home, there are certain factors that can complicate the situation.... — Updated 2/7/2018

 

Anza’s From The Heart to host luncheon in support of Birth Choice of Temecula

Anza’s philanthropic organization “From The Heart Women’s Ministries” has championed the economically challenged children of the high country for over a decade. One organization from outside the valley that From The Heart... — Updated 2/7/2018

 

Temecula Sunrise Rotary announces 19th annual music competition

TEMECULA – High school musicians in the Temecula Valley can win cash prizes at the annual Rotary Music Competition. The Temecula Sunrise Rotary Club will hold its 19th annual Music Competition 6:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 5, at Grace... — Updated 2/4/2018

 

February news from Anza VFW Post 1873 and the Auxiliary

I’m afraid I’ve been very derelict in getting my articles out regarding the goings-on at the Post. I’ll try to get back on schedule. Just a reminder that Karaoke is being held on the second and fourth Saturdays at 3p.m.... — Updated 2/4/2018

 

HUSD Super Kids Bowl scores big with special needs children

It may have been an unheralded sports record Friday, Jan. 26, at Tahquitz High School in Hemet when more than 100 touchdowns were made in less than two hours with the Tahquitz High... — Updated 2/3/2018

 

Paul Anthony Bandong

Paul Anthony Bandong passed away January 7, 2018. As was his nature, he was giving advice and guidance to a relative when he was suddenly stricken. He passed not long after... — Updated 2/2/2018

 

Megan Holmes named to president’s honor list at McNeese State University

linklink LAKE CHARLES, La. – Megan E. Holmes of Wildomar has been named to the president’s honor list for the fall 2017 semester at McNeese State University. To be on the president’s honor list, an undergraduate student must... — Updated 1/30/2018

 

How to sell a home contingent on finding another

When real estate agents are looking at homes for their clients and see the language in the listing that says “subject to the seller finding replacement housing,” many will push delete. It’s typically, a turn-off for everyone... — Updated 1/29/2018

 

Mitchel Foster named to dean’s list at University of Memphis

MEMPHIS, Tenn. – Mitchel Clark Foster of Temecula was named to the dean’s list at the University of Memphis for the fall 2017 semester. The dean’s list is composed of students who have earned 12 or more hours in either the... — Updated 1/28/2018

 

Mitchel Corden makes fall 2017 dean’s list at Georgia Southwestern State University

AMERICUS, Ga. – Mitchell Corden of Murrieta made the fall 2017 dean’s list at Georgia Southwestern State University and was among 600 students recognized for scholastic achievement. To be eligible for the dean’s list, a... — Updated 1/27/2018

 

Hemet San Jacinto Valley ‘Walk for Life’ rally draws hundreds to march against abortion

Hundreds of Hemet San Jacinto residents joined with thousands across the nation Saturday, Jan. 20, in a “Walk for Life,” calling attention to the thousands of babies never born... — Updated 1/27/2018

 

Hamilton hosts Flag Football Tournament

Hamilton High School hosted a middle school flag football tournament Thursday, Jan. 18, as 11 teams attended the event. Five girls’ teams and six boys’ teams took part in the... — Updated 1/27/2018

 

Teens learn about firefighting during unique library program

A group of teens converged on the Ronald H. Roberts Public Library Monday, Jan. 22, to learn the ins and outs to becoming a firefighter. About four dozen teens, some with parents... — Updated 1/27/2018

 

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