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 By Jane Chastain    Anza 

Kamala the Khameleon discards people 'like toilet paper' when need be

So who is Kamala Harris, the woman who has risen to the top of the polls after the first Democratic presidential debate, and how did she get so popular? The simple answer is that she is attractive and managed to knock the, up to th... — Updated 7/19/2019

 By City News Service    Anza 

RivCo faces dramatic spike in heat without climate-change action

Absent significant global action to address climate change, Riverside County, and the Coachella Valley in particular, will see dramatic spikes in annual extreme-heat days by the end of the century, according to a report released Tu... — Updated 7/19/2019

 By City News Service    Anza 

Blaze consumes trailer in Aguanga

A fire erupted Wednesday, July 10, in a trailer in Aguanga, tearing through the residence before crews gained the upper hand. The non-injury blaze was reported at 12:40 p.m. in the 46100 block of Palomino Road, near Buckhorn Road,... — Updated 7/19/2019

 By City News Service    Anza 

Residents asked to take precautions against citrus disease this summer

Riverside residents who live within the area under quarantine to contain citrus greening disease were urged to take precautions while traveling this summer to prevent carrying potentially contaminated fruit – or trees – to... — Updated 7/19/2019

 By Diane Sieker    Anza 

Be prepared for earthquakes

The July 4 magnitude 6.4 quake that was felt by millions of Southern California residents occurred at 10:33 a.m., 7.5 miles southwest of Searles Valley. At 8:19 p.m., July 5, a larg... — Updated 7/19/2019

 By Diane Sieker    Anza 

Community Hall gets new grant

The Anza Community Building Board of Directors met Thursday, July 11, at the Community Hall. Present were Secretary Noel Donahue, Keith Richardson, Terry Gormley Seddon, Treasurer Barbara Keller, President Jonathan Schmidt, Vice... — Updated 7/19/2019

 By Diane Sieker    Anza 

FUN Group donates to Trona following quake

During the Cranston Fire over a year ago, many organizations came together to help those cut off from consistent power for 10 days. Using the Anza Community Hall as a main base,... — Updated 7/19/2019

 By Diane Sieker    Anza 

Oak Grove hosts monthly swap meet

For residents who enjoy shady vistas, flea market treasure hunting, local conversations and a pancake breakfast, the monthly swap meet at the Oak Grove Community Hall is just the... — Updated 7/19/2019

 By Diane Sieker    Anza 

AVMAC meets with Assemblyman Voepel's representative

The Anza Valley Municipal Advisory Council conducted their bimonthly meeting at the Community Hall Wednesday, July 10. Riverside County Supervisor Chuck Washington's Legislative... — Updated 7/19/2019

 By City News Service    Anza 

Magnitude 3.6 earthquake hits near Anza

ANZA - A small earthquake rattled parts of Riverside County on Friday, July 19, but there were no reports of serious damage. A temblor with a preliminary magnitude of 3.6 was detected at 11:40 a.m. about nine miles southeast of... — Updated 7/19/2019

 By City News Service    Anza 

Anza man accused in Desert Center crash to go to trial on 8 felony charges

INDIO - A 20-year-old Anza man was ordered on Monday, July 22 to stand trial on eight felony charges stemming from allegedly driving drunk and causing a crash that killed two people north of Desert Center last year. Judge Otis... — Updated 7/22/2019


Stay informed on the signs of drug abuse

ANZA – Narconon New Life Retreat reminded families to stay educated on the signs and dangers of drug abuse. Methamphetamines and opioids are on the rise in both rural and urban areas. Learn the signs and protect loved ones from... — Updated 7/12/2019


Meth use is on the rise

As most people already know, the opiate epidemic has been worsening, each year claiming more lives than the last. What is less known by the general public is the problem with methamphetamines has been growing over the last several... — Updated 7/12/2019

 By Jane Chastain    Anza

Freedom is hard to gain; easy to lose

The nation can use a holiday, a holiday from the bickering that now characterizes its political debates in the halls of Congress or what passes as “news.” Even social media is awash in vitriol. As the nation pauses to enjoy ti... — Updated 7/12/2019


Anza Electric Cooperative sponsors local Navy veteran for No Barriers program

ANZA – Anza Electric Cooperative and their finance partner CoBank, announced the acceptance of local veteran Andrea Beach in the No Barriers USA Program for 2019. In April 2019,... — Updated 7/12/2019

 By City News Service    Anza

Strong earthquake felt in Southern California

A magnitude 6.4 earthquake centered in northwestern San Bernardino County was felt throughout the Inland Empire, including Temecula, Murrieta and Anza, shaking up local residents celebrating the Fourth of July. The quake, which... — Updated 7/12/2019

 By City News Service    Anza

Sheriff procures social media pros to amplify agency's reach

The Riverside County Board of Supervisors signed off Tuesday, July 2, on Riverside County Sheriff Chad Bianco’s retention of a Vacaville-based media marketing firm, at an annual cost of $72,000, to develop strategies and... — Updated 7/12/2019

 By City News Service    Anza

Board OKs assessments on delinquent bill payers

The Riverside County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday, July 2, to impose special assessments totaling $2.75 million on thousands of Riverside County residents’ property tax bills to collect unpaid trash collection debts.... — Updated 7/12/2019


Volunteers needed for recycling classes and events

RIVERSIDE – Interested in helping the environment? Like to compost or recycle? Become an outreach volunteer with the Riverside County Department of Waste Resources and help the earth by helping others become better recyclers and... — Updated 7/12/2019

 By City News Service    Anza

FEMA offers earthquake safety tips

Federal officials are using last week’s magnitude 6.4 earthquake in the Mojave Desert to remind Californians of the importance of having a quake preparedness plan. The Federal Emergency Management Agency said such a plan should i... — Updated 7/12/2019


Anza trails sees community support

ANZA – Anza Area Trail Town completed the second National Trails Day Celebration, June 1. This year those that participated were offered the opportunity to walk, bicycle or horseback ride a four-mile course, which Anza Area... — Updated 7/12/2019

 By Kim Harris    Anza

Anza Lions announce parade winners for 87th annual Anza Days

The Anza Lions Club has announced the winners of the 87th annual Anza Days parade. The Grand Prize Float winner was Lorraine's Pet Supply, Best Float was awarded to the Thimble Club... — Updated 7/12/2019

 By Diane Sieker    Anza

Country Arts and Crafts Fair features conceptual designer Lori Jo Wood

Top local artists will welcome guests to the Country Arts and Crafts Fair, Saturday and Sunday, July 13-14, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Emerald Creek Winery in Warner Springs,... — Updated 7/12/2019

 By Diane Sieker    Anza

AYSO is looking for athletes

The American Youth Soccer Organization Region 1641 season will start Saturday, Aug. 25, in Anza, and the group invites local soccer hopefuls ages 4 and older to play. "Registration... — Updated 7/12/2019

 By Diane Sieker    Anza

Schmidt teaches community about rattlesnakes

The droning of a Southern Pacific rattlesnake, the opportunity to hold a rosy boa and close-up looks at a Chilean rose hair tarantula and a desert hairy scorpion thrilled participan... — Updated 7/12/2019


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