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 By Tony Ault    News 

Hemet city council passes urgency street vendor ordinance

The Hemet City Council approved an ordinance authorizing a sidewalk vendor permit program not without criticism of Senate Bill 946, signed by former Gov. Edmund Brown in September 2018, limiting cities and counties ability to regul... — Updated 1/17/2019

 By Tony Ault    News 

Hemet Christmas Parade winners named, Christmas Parade dinosaur decks Hemet City Council chamber

A dinosaur, direct from the San Jacinto School District, haunted the Hemet City Council chambers for a short time Jan. 8 as the winners of 2018 Christmas Parade were presented... — Updated 1/17/2019 Full story

 By Tony Ault    News

Homeless outreach events at Hemet's Weston Park see high-profile police response and little homeless turnout

It was cool, crisp day, Saturday, Dec. 29, in Hemet's Weston Park when two small groups set up, one filled a table full of warm socks and toiletries in bright red stockings and the... — Updated 1/10/2019


ColeSlaw brings delicious sounds to the DVAC Jan. 26

There is nothing better than good food, a delicious glass of wine and some delightful dinner music along with a good friend. Just as delightful might be acoustic guitarist Matt... — Updated 1/10/2019

 By Tony Ault    News

Soboba Casino Resort seen three months from completion

The six-story replacement Soboba Casino Resort under construction by the Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians in San Jacinto is on schedule and, barring unforeseen delays, could be... — Updated 1/22/2019


Hemet Public Library to host second annual 'Get Your Comics-On'

Little superheroes and big superheroes may be walking around the Hemet Public Library Wednesday, Jan. 12, in celebration of the library and superhero fan’s second annual Get Your Comics-On Vol. 2 celebration. The library will... — Updated 1/4/2019

 By Tony Ault    Anza

Hall family of Anza seeks help

Illness and hospitalization are the one family concern that no one wants to happen, but for the family of Kevin Hall of Anza, that misfortune struck Nov. 24, only a few days before Thanksgiving. The Anza Valley Outlook heard of the... — Updated 1/4/2019

 By Tony Ault    News

San Jacinto welcomes new council member and names the city's new mayor, mayor pro tem

San Jacinto City Council welcomed a new member to its dais, praised a retiring city councilman and announced the addition of a new canine police officer to the city police departmen... — Updated 12/27/2018

 By Tony Ault    News

Menifee council honors retiring councilman John Denver, appoints mayor pro tem

Menifee City Council honored retiring councilman John Denver Wednesday, Dec. 19, with more than an hour of testimony and good wishes by federal, state and county elected officials... — Updated 12/30/2018

 By Tony Ault    News

Ramona Humane Society wins San Jacinto animal sheltering contract for 3 more years

San Jacinto City Council, following lengthy discussion and presentations by the two area animal shelters, awarded Ramona Humane Society's animal shelter another three-year contract... — Updated 12/27/2018

 By Tony Ault    News

Riverside DA's office Pop-up Shop idea is a boon to 'at risk' high school students

Riverside County District Attorney Sharon Shuster, attached to the DA's Crime Prevention Unit and grew up in Beverly Hills, wasn't always like her wealthy friends. She came from a... — Updated 12/27/2018

 By Tony Ault    Community

Skechers, DSW bring cheer to Hemet Elementary School students with new shoes, socks

Hemet Elementary School and Preschool rang out with excitement Wednesday, Dec. 19, when Santa Claus and his elves from Skechers and DSW shoe company descended upon the campus to... — Updated 1/4/2019 Full story


Traveling artists appear in interactive art show at Dorland Mountain Arts Colony

Young artists and musicians Lindsey Appleyard, Ben Bettes and Andrew Delange took their coast-to-coast pop-up gallery with music, sculpture and paintings to Dorland Mountain Arts... — Updated 12/27/2018


Craig Yancey Quartet returning to the DVAC stage

Craig Yancey, one of Hemet's native sons, master of the clarinet, saxophone and flute, who has traveled throughout the southwest entertaining many audiences will return to his... — Updated 12/27/2018

 By Tony Ault    News

10 cannabis facilities win approval by Lake Elsinore City Council

Lake Elsinore City Council with Mayor Pro Tem Steve Manos recusing himself approved the conditional use permits and development plans for 10 cannabis facilities with over... — Updated 12/20/2018

 By Tony Ault    News

Hemet street ministry aids homeless with coffee, conversation and prayer

It's 6 a.m. Sunday. The sun isn't quite up. Cameron and Liz Raaenielsen pull up in their black Ford 150 pickup truck alongside a sleeping homeless man. Cameron, shaking the man who... — Updated 12/20/2018

 By Tony Ault    News

Linda Krupa, Russ Brown sworn for 4-year Hemet City Council terms

The Hemet city clerk, following the final election count by the Riverside County Registrar of Voters, Tuesday, Dec. 11, swore in Linda Krupa and Russ Brown for four-year terms on... — Updated 12/20/2018

 By Tony Ault    Lifestyles

Two young bald eagles are spotted at Lake Hemet in U.S. Forest Service's first winter count

A Cooper's hawk fluffed atop a light pole and greeted the 28 excited volunteer bird watchers who showed up at Lake Hemet Saturday, Dec. 15, for the annual winter bald eagle count... — Updated 12/20/2018

 By Tony Ault    News

VAL VISTA: Firefighters make quick work of mobile home fire

Fire units and Riverside County Sheriffs responded to a fifth wheel mobile home on fire at Valle Vista Mobile Home Park at 44730 State Highway 74 Saturday, Dec. 22, at about 1 p.m.... — Updated 12/23/2018

 By Tony Ault    News

Menifee City Council approves flat fee schedule for fire marshal services

The Menifee City Council voted to establish a flat fee schedule for all services performed by the recently hired city fire marshall and the Fire Marshal Office during their regular public meeting Dec. 15. The council, while... — Updated 12/13/2018

 By Tony Ault    News

Hemet and San Jacinto Valley Chamber of Commerce celebrates holidays at Soboba Casino mixer

AC's Lounge at the Soboba Casino filled up with more than 300 Hemet San Jacinto Valley Chamber of Commerce members and their guests to celebrate the holidays in their annual... — Updated 12/13/2018

 By Tony Ault    News

San Jacinto purchases historic Vosburg Hotel property

The long vacant and blighted historic Vosburg Hotel property in the center of San Jacinto has finally been purchased by the city at a price of $1,080,000, City Manager Ron Roberts a... — Updated 12/13/2018

 By Tony Ault    News

Aldi store opens in San Jacinto

Aldi San Jacinto store's grand opening saw hundreds of excited customers, with their umbrellas up and wearing their winter clothing, lined up in front of the newest grocery outlet... — Updated 12/14/2018

 By Tony Ault    Sports

Hemet 2018 Tinsel Triathlon brings athletes from Southern California

Hundreds of triathletes, amateurs and professionals of all ages took on the challenge of the 33rd annual Tinsel Triathlon and 5-kilometer run held on the West Valley High School cam... — Updated 12/14/2018


Protecto Insomnio with 'Tejano Nights' music heats up the Ramona Bowl

It was a cold night, but the rocking nonstop sounds of Protecto Insomnio's "Tejano Nights" album quickly warmed up the crowd gathered at the Ramona Bowl Amphitheater in Hemet... — Updated 12/14/2018


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