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 By Jeff Pack    News 

Heavy rains put Holy Fire burn scar flood prevention measures to test

In August, when the Holy Fire was still just a day old, the city of Lake Elsinore began planning for a day when rains would pour down on burn scarred hills looming to the west of... — Updated 12/6/2018

 
 By Jeff Pack    News 

City, partners dedicate Temecula Parkway Interchange Expansion project

The city of Temecula celebrated nearing completion on the Temecula Parkway Interchange Expansion with a dedication ceremony Tuesday, Nov. 27. Since breaking ground, the $50.7 millio... — Updated 12/6/2018

 
 By City News Service    News 

Holy Fire area evacuation orders lifted, road closures remain

LAKE ELSINORE - All evacuations were lifted on Friday, Dec. 7 in the wake of the winter storm that triggered flooding in the Lake Elsinore area, but multiple street closures remain... — Updated 12/7/2018 Full story

 
 By Jeff Pack    News 

Homeless for the Holidays

Anne Unmacht doesn't like the word "homeless." The founder and president of Project T.O.U.C.H. said, "There's a difference between being without a home and being a criminal – you... — Updated 12/6/2018

 
 By Jeff Pack    News 

Temecula City Council agrees to extend Temecula Hospital development conditions

Temecula City Council voted unanimously Tuesday, Nov. 27, to approve a modification to revise the development plan condition of approval for Temecula Valley Hospital, which means the hospital will have 10 more years to determine... — Updated 12/6/2018

 
 By Tony Ault    News 

'Envision San Jacinto' plan for Main Street pedestrian plaza wins support

San Jacinto residents, after attending the city’s first “Envision San Jacinto” demonstration project on downtown’s main street Sept. 29, expressed their 100 percent support for the many improvements demonstrated. The... — Updated 12/6/2018

 
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Menifee Announces the 'Menifee Pulse' podcast

MENIFEE – The city of Menifee announced the launch of the Menifee Pulse podcast, Menifee’s newest form of communication. The podcast will be on air Thursdays after regularly scheduled city council meetings. The “Menifee... — Updated 12/6/2018

 
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Sen. Jeff Stone earns top mark from California District Attorneys Association

SACRAMENTO – The California District Attorneys Association has released its 2018 Legislative Scorecard and awarded Sen. Jeff Stone, R-Riverside County, a “100 percent score” for his voting record on legislation affecting... — Updated 12/6/2018

 
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Temecula accepts Capella Award from the PRSA Inland Empire chapter for 'Around and About Temecula' web series

TEMECULA – The Public Relations Society of America Inland Empire Chapter recognized the city of Temecula with a 2018 Capella Award of Distinction Thursday, Nov. 8, at the Polaris... — Updated 12/6/2018

 
 By Jeff Pack    News 

Community members gather to remember friends, family gone too soon

With dozens of framed photos and mini memorials placed on the steps of Temecula City Hall Sunday, Dec. 2, about 100 members of the community came to mourn and to comfort one... — Updated 12/6/2018

 
 By Tony Ault    News 

San Jacinto-Hemet Valley Soroptimists ring in the holidays with 'Jingle Mingle' fundraiser

San Jacinto-Hemet Valley Soroptimists and their many friends gathered at the Metropolitan Water District's Water Education Center in Hemet, Friday, Nov. 30, for a Jingle Mingle holi... — Updated 12/6/2018

 
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Temecula artist's new public art is selected for Arts District Liberty Station in San Diego

SAN DIEGO – Arts District Liberty Station will be illuminated this holiday season with a new temporary art sculpture, “Toying with Light” by Nico Meyer, a Temecula artist. Selected by the NTC Foundation’s Art in Public... — Updated 12/6/2018

 
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CHiP's for Kids commences annual toy drive

TEMECULA – Each year, the California Highway Patrol participates in the “CHiP’s for Kids” toy drive. CHiP’s for Kids started from humble beginnings over 22 years ago in Los Angeles. Back then, a small group of California... — Updated 12/6/2018

 
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Correction

The story “Hemet San Jacinto Miss Teen Scholarship Program” that appeared in the Sept. 29 edition of the Valley News incorrectly named Chato McNeely as the 2019 Mrs. Hemet. The official Mrs. Hemet for 2019 is Valerie Vandever.... — Updated 12/6/2018

 
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Robert Dornan Hess nominated and accepted as 2018 AIOLC's 10 Best estate planning attorneys in California

TEMECULA – The American Institute of Legal Counsel has recognized the exceptional performance of California’s estate planning attorney Robert Dornan Hess as 2018 10 Best legal counsel for client satisfaction. The American... — Updated 12/6/2018

 
 By Jeff Pack    News 

RAKA is ready to strike again – with kindness

For Shawn Sorensen, owner of EXIT Alliance Realty, an idea to spice up her company's annual holiday party has turned into something really special. "We would throw these crazy... — Updated 12/6/2018

 
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Consider using these 5 fun fundraising ideas

TEMECULA – Charity comes in many forms, including fundraising. Organizations and individuals alike raise money for important causes every day. The money raised during successful... — Updated 12/6/2018

 
 By Kim Harris    News 

Hundreds converge upon new Soboba Casino Resort for job fair

Hundreds of job seekers converged upon Soboba Casino vying for one of about 600 positions at the new Soboba Casino Resort scheduled to open in 2019. The potential employees began... — Updated 12/6/2018

 
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I-15 South traffic snarled by accidents

Traffic Advisory (3:45 p.m.): Traffic on I-15 South is snarled by accidents at both Rainbow Valley Boulevard and South Mission Road. A two-car collision occurred at I-15 South and Rainbow Valley Boulevard. A spinout occurred at... — Updated 12/7/2018

 
 By City News Service    News 

Several people rescued after flood waters swamp Lake Elsinore neighborhood

LAKE ELSINORE - Residents of a neighborhood just north of Lake Elsinore were stranded on Thursday, Dec. 6 when mud and water submerged their street, requiring firefighters to retrieve some of them using four-wheel-drive vehicles. R... — Updated 12/7/2018 Full story

 
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Temecula PD plans DUI/license checkpoint on Friday, Dec. 14

TEMECULA – The Temecula Police Department Traffic Unit will be conducting a DUI / Drivers License Checkpoint on Friday, Dec. 14, at an undisclosed location within the city limits between the hours of 8 p.m. and 1:30 a.m. In recen... — Updated 12/8/2018 Full story

 
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Two arrested in Lake Elsinore theft suppression operation

On Tuesday, Dec. 4, the Lake Elsinore Police Department's Problem Oriented Policing Team and Detectives from the Lake Elsinore Station's Investigation Bureau, conducted an undercove... — Updated 12/9/2018 Full story

 
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Body of missing Idyllwild man found

IDYLLWILD - The body of an Idyllwild man who had been missing for over two weeks was found about a mile from his home, coroner's officials said. The body of David Elliot Bradish, 80, was found on Saturday a short distance from... — Updated 12/9/2018 Full story

 
 By City News Service    News 

Motorcyclist crashes on Ortega Highway

LAKE ELSINORE - A motorcyclist spun out, crashed and suffered major injuries on the Ortega (74) Highway west of Lake Elsinore on Sunday, Dec. 9. The crash was reported at 10:21 a.m. at the Tenaja Truck Trail juncture, according to... — Updated 12/9/2018 Full story

 
 By Newsroom    News 

Lakeside High School issues notification to parents over social media threat

Lake Elsinore Unified School District Public Information Officer Mark Dennis issued a statement on Saturday, Dec. 8 regarding the investigation over the weekend of a threat made on social media involving Lakeside High School. "Sinc... — Updated 12/9/2018 Full story

 

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