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 By Diane Sieker    Anza

Dave Dolan lands whopper on recent fishing trip

Local fishreman Dave Dolan has outdone himself – again. He is well-known for landing good-sized fish, many even larger than himself. In a recent trip to Mexican waters, he... — Updated 2/28/2019

 
 By Diane Sieker    Anza

Mudfest gets down and dirty in Anza

The torrential rains, Thursday, Feb. 14, and into Friday, Feb. 15, put a slight damper on the competition at the Wellman Road Off-road Park's annual Mudfest, but the event was not... — Updated 3/1/2019

 
 By Diane Sieker    Anza

Facebook funding campaign begins for local vet who rescues trapped vehicles

The winter rains and snowstorms have brought chaos to the Anza Valley. But amid the destruction caused by huge amounts of precipitation sweeping away roadways, creating impassable r... — Updated 2/28/2019

 
 By Diane Sieker    Anza

Sage Community Watch holds meeting, discusses ways to keep mail safe

Eleni Malandrinos's Sage Community Watch group hosted a meeting for residents of Sage and the surrounding vicinity Tuesday, Feb. 19, at the Riverside County Fire Station 28 on Sage... — Updated 2/28/2019

 
 By Diane Sieker    Anza

Snowpeople invade Anza

The winter storm that blew through the valley Feb. 20-21 made travel hazardous, closed schools and businesses and created general chaos for many people. But as the flurries came to... — Updated 3/1/2019

 

Major road closures continue to impact visitor access

SAN BERNARDINO – Visitors to San Bernardino National Forest are urged to plan ahead before heading out. Damage and snow levels from multiple winter storms this month have prompted the closure of several mountain arteries and... — Updated 2/28/2019

 
 By Harold Pease Ph D    Anza

Abraham Lincoln opposed socialism

Perhaps America’s most beloved and respected president was Abraham Lincoln, who now shares a national holiday – Presidents Day – with George Washington. Today most Democrats would oppose him, as they once did in 1860. He... — Updated 2/28/2019

 

Obituary: Richard Mohn

Richard Mohn, a longtime resident of Anza, died peacefully in his home Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2019, surrounded by loved-ones. Richard was born March 6, 1925, in Reading, Pennsylvania.... — Updated 2/21/2019 Full story

 
 By Harold Pease Ph D    Anza

What the establishment press has not said about the border

I flew to El Paso, Texas, to see for myself what was going on at the border at the height of the partial government shutdown standoff between House Speaker Nancy Pelosi of California and Sen. Chuck Schumer of New York and President... — Updated 2/21/2019

 

Supervisor Chuck Washington receives inaugural family justice award

TEMECULA – Riverside County District Attorney Mike Hestrin recognized Supervisor Chuck Washington for his dedication to protecting families, honoring him as the recipient of the first Michael A. Hestrin Family Justice Award.... — Updated 2/21/2019

 
 By City News Service    Anza

County residents urged to complete survey to gauge service needs

Riverside County residents were asked to participate in an online survey that helps guide the county board of supervisors’ policies on programs to assist economically disadvantaged households. The Community Action Partnership... — Updated 2/21/2019

 
 By City News Service    Anza

Most agencies are in the black, but deficits are impacting others

Most Riverside County agencies are operating within their allocated budgets, but challenges lay ahead for a few departments, making fiscal discipline a must going forward to prevent accumulating red ink, county administrators... — Updated 2/21/2019

 
 By Diane Sieker    Anza

Riverside County Animal Control and Code Enforcement join forces to clean up property

In the early morning hours Thursday, Feb. 7, Code Enforcement Officers, Department of Animal Services personnel, sheriffs and a fleet of tow trucks and semi tractors hauling lowboy... — Updated 2/21/2019

 
 By Diane Sieker    Anza

Bobcat Girls Soccer celebrates end of season with awards banquet

Hamilton High School athletes were honored at the girls' soccer awards banquet Friday, Feb. 8, in the multipurpose room at the school. Following a feast of lasagna, meatballs,... — Updated 2/21/2019

 
 By Diane Sieker    Anza

Bobcats fall to Hawks in action-filled basketball game

The Hamilton High School gym was the center point for varsity basketball action as the Hamilton High School Bobcats battled the Arroyo Valley Hawks Friday, Feb. 8. The home team... — Updated 2/21/2019

 
 By Diane Sieker    Anza

Destructive rains wreak havoc in Anza, surrounding communities

The Valentine’s Day torrential rains will not soon be forgotten. The heavens opened up Thursday, Feb. 14, and the mountain communities drowned in between 3 and 10 inches of rain... — Updated 2/21/2019

 
 By Diane Sieker    Anza

Snow falls in Anza

Wrapping up a week of wet weather, a Sunday night snowfall in Anza, totaling more than 4 inches in some areas, gave residents of the mountain communities beautiful landscapes to... — Updated 2/21/2019

 

Name Correction

The second-place winner in the UTV Class of the Camp Send It motorsports off-road racing event was Josh Alves and not Josh Albee as the Anza Outlook reported in the Feb. 8 edition. The Anza Valley Outlook was provided the wrong... — Updated 2/21/2019

 
 By City News Service    Anza

Agencies' overtime spending is above last fiscal year's level

Riverside County agencies spent an aggregate 24 percent more on overtime in the first six months of the current fiscal year than they did during the same period in 2017-2018 – a potential red flag for administrators, according... — Updated 2/14/2019

 
 By City News Service    Anza

County's pension costs will crowd out funding for services

Riverside County’s pension liabilities now exceed $3 billion, and allocations to support the retirement system will steadily rise over the next decade, meaning less money will be available for public services, officials said. The... — Updated 3/3/2019

 
 By Diane Sieker    Anza

Take Back Anza discusses streamlining county cannabis abatement procedures

The TakeBackaAza citizen's grass roots activist group and others met with Riverside County Supervisor Chuck Washington and members of his staff Thursday, Jan. 24, in Riverside. Gary... — Updated 2/14/2019

 
 By Diane Sieker    Anza

AEC held a community meeting to explain upcoming outages

Representatives from the Anza Electric Cooperative presented an informational lecture on how the AEC works, why outages happen and what the future holds Thursday, Jan 31, at the... — Updated 2/14/2019

 
 By Diane Sieker    Anza

Bobcats end season with CIF wrestling

Bobcat wrestling athletes wrapped up their season Thursday, Jan. 31, in the Hamilton High School gym. The CIF event was attended by cheering fans, friends and families as the... — Updated 2/14/2019

 
 By Diane Sieker    Anza

Girl Scouts take over Anza with cookies

Girl Scout cookies have arrived, and fans in Anza are clamoring for every flavor. Local Girl Scout Troop 1805 is already filling orders.  The season started in January and will go... — Updated 2/17/2019

 
 By Harold Pease Ph D    Anza

Do Democrats now oppose the Constitution?

By now Beto O’Rourke’s unflattering comment referencing the Constitution, “Does this still work?” is old news. He was suggesting that government is now too complicated for it to deal with 21st century problems. What isn’t... — Updated 2/14/2019

 

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