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 By Kim Harris    Entertainment 

New information revealed in dispute over De Portola name and De Portola Estate Winery

In the Oct. 26 edition of Valley News, Rick Neugebauer, president and CEO of RTN Development in Temecula, shared his story of development for a proposed winery in Temecula Valley Wine Country. "We proceeded down our own path doing... — Updated 11/16/2018

 By Kim Harris    News

Hemet Fire Department celebrates 110 years of service to the community

Hundreds of Hemet residents converged upon Hemet Fire Department Station 1 to celebrate the department's 110 years of service to the community Thursday Oct. 25. Residents were... — Updated 11/9/2018

 By Kim Harris    Community

Community comes together to honor synagogue shooting victims

The local Jewish community, along with members of other faiths, came together at the Temecula Duck Pond Sunday, Nov. 4, when they held a potluck, sang and prayed together during a... — Updated 11/9/2018

 By Kim Harris    Community

Vail Ranch Middle School students give back with unique program

Students in Tiffany Hall's family and consumer sciences at Vail Ranch Middle School recently learned that there is so much more to the class than home economics when they took part... — Updated 11/9/2018

 By Kim Harris    Lifestyles

Bully bird gives others the boot; how to combat aggressive hummingbird behavior

The hummingbirds in my yard flit through the air with their wings fluttering at nearly 50 miles per hour as their tiny bodies hover above the flowers gathering the nectar that... — Updated 11/9/2018


Fall Wienerfest delights doxie lovers

With their long, low silhouette, short stubby legs, big floppy ears and their bold personality, what's not to love about one of America's favorite breeds of dogs – the dachshund?... — Updated 11/9/2018

 By Kim Harris    News

UPDATED: Leaders emerge in local elections, Cox concedes to Newsom

Polls are now closed, and the following are the results for the Nov. 6 midterm election as of 7:45 a.m. a.m., Wednesday, Nov. 7. Republican John Cox conceded the governor’s race... — Updated 11/9/2018 Full story

 By Kim Harris    News

Murrieta recognizes Barbara Nugent for long service to city

Longtime Murrieta resident Barbara Nugent was recognized by city council during its Oct. 16 meeting. Nugent, who is known to be an outspoken advocate, and sometimes opponent, for... — Updated 11/1/2018

 By Kim Harris    News

Lake Elsinore Unified School District preps for board of trustees election

Residents living in Lake Elsinore Unified School District's Trustee Area 5 will be the only ones casting a vote in the Nov. 6 election. Both Trustee Area 1 and Trustee Area 3 are... — Updated 11/1/2018

 By Kim Harris    News

Hemet and San Jacinto City Council candidates share their views and thoughts on issues face by cities

In Valley News' final installment of city council election coverage, candidates for Hemet and San Jacinto city councils share their thoughts on how to improve their respective... — Updated 11/1/2018

 By Kim Harris    Opinion

Becoming informed essential part of a voter's responsibility

Editor’s Note; This is a reprint of an editorial that ran in the Oct. 7, 2016, edition of Valley News. The information in this editorial is as relevant now as it was back then. Every couple of years I get the pleasure of... — Updated 11/1/2018

 By Kim Harris    Lifestyles

Water-Wise Demonstration Garden at Promenade Temecula is now open to the public

Visitors to Promenade Temecula are no longer going to the mall for dining, shopping and movies, thanks to a new water-wise demonstration garden located just outside Starbucks.... — Updated 11/1/2018


SoCal Divas of Blues rocks Old Town Temecula

There is nothing quite like the raw emotional sound of a good blues band, and performers at the SoCal Divas of Blues Festival in Old Town Temecula, Saturday, Oct. 27, didn't fail... — Updated 11/2/2018


Temecula Halloween Carnival brings thrills and chills to participants

Hundreds of partygoers at the Temecula Halloween Carnival Friday, Oct. 26, had plenty to leave them spooked with an abundance of thrills and chills designed to appease even the... — Updated 11/2/2018

 By Kim Harris    Regional

Charred remains of Cranston Fire give signs of new life

It has been more than three months since a fire lit by an alleged arsonist tore through the area, charring 13,139 acres, before being fully contained by firefighters. The Cranston... — Updated 11/2/2018

 By Kim Harris    Anza

Anza Valley Library events offer fun for all ages

As temperatures cool down and the days grow shorter, there is no shortage of events at the Anza Valley Library this fall. On Wednesday nights, head over to the library from 4-6 p.m. to de-stress at the weekly Coloring Club for... — Updated 11/2/2018

 By Kim Harris    Anza

'Bikes & Brews Down Grapevine Canyon' kicks off Anza Borrego Foundation bike riding season

Bicyclists rejoice! In just two weeks, Anza Borrego Foundation will kick off its winter bike riding season at Anza Borrego Desert State Park with Bikes & Brews down Grapevine Canyon. Scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 17, from 9 a.m. to... — Updated 11/2/2018

 By Kim Harris    News

5 run for 3 seats on Murrieta Valley Unified School District board of trustees

In its first election using the new by-trustee area system, five residents are hoping to earn a seat on the Murrieta Valley Unified School District board of trustees. In Trustee... — Updated 10/25/2018

 By Kim Harris    News

Toilet paper donation event benefits needy in the community

Ever wondered what happens to those half-used rolls of toilet paper from the hotel after check out? Well, an event at one of Project T.O.U.C.H.'s fourplexes used for shared... — Updated 10/25/2018


Menifee celebrates 10 years of cityhood with Birthday Bash and Fall Festival

Hundreds of residents converged upon the Menifee Campus of Mt. San Jacinto College Saturday, Oct. 20 to enjoy the fall weather and celebrate the city of Menifee's 10th birthday in... — Updated 10/26/2018

 By Kim Harris    Anza

Charred remains of Cranston Fire give signs of new life

It has been three months since a fire lit by an alleged arsonist tore through the area, charring 13,139 acres, before being fully contained by firefighters. The Cranston Fire,... — Updated 10/26/2018

 By Kim Harris    News

Strong Santa Ana winds prompt Red Flag Warning, residents reminded to be "Fire Ready"

Strong and gusty Santa Ana winds, low humidity levels and high temperatures prompted the National Weather Service to issue a red flag fire warning earlier this week for the... — Updated 10/19/2018


Hundreds flock to Old Town for annual Quilt Show

Hundreds took advantage of the cool weather and hit the streets in Old Town Temecula for the 20th annual Outdoor Quilt Show presented by the Valley of the Mist Quilters, Saturday,... — Updated 10/19/2018


Annual Greek festival brings customs and culture to Temecula

Despite overcast skies and scattered showers, hundreds converged on Old Town Temecula Saturday, Oct. 13, and Sunday, Oct. 14, for the Temecula Greek Festival, sponsored by St.... — Updated 10/19/2018

 By Kim Harris    Anza

Seddon steps down from Anza Community Hall Board

Donald Seddon stepped down from the Anza Community Hall board of directors during the Thursday, Oct. 11 meeting. According to a statement sent to Anza Valley Outlook, from board President Noel Donahue, a board member later... — Updated 10/19/2018


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