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  • The City of Temecula Appoints Jodie Gray as Fire Chief

    Temecula Mayor Mike Naggar together with CAL FIRE/Riverside County Fire Chief Shawn Newman welcome Jodie Gray as newly appointed Fire Chief for the City of Temecula. Mayor Naggar states, “Chief Gray is committed to providing the highest level of fire protection to Temecula citizens and businesses.” Naggar added, “She has 28 years of exemplary fire […]

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  • Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce Announces the Winners of the 53rd Annual Awards Gala

    On Saturday, February 23, 2019, the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce held their Annual Awards Gala at Pechanga Resort & Casino. This premier event was a memorable night of elegance and excitement, with over 700 attendees.

    The evening included dinner, an extravagant silent auction, live entertainment, and an outstanding awards presentation. The Temecula Chamber proudly awarded the following businesses, organizations and citizens…

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  • An Evening of Innovation

    Did you know that we have a genomic sequencing laboratory in Murrieta? You may have heard about 23andMe or Ancestry.com, companies that use your DNA information to tell you interesting things about yourself. DNA is the building block for all life, and Murrieta Genomics provides the technology, know-how and business expertise to help scientists and […]

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  • Temecula Sunrise Rotary Club is a Local Service Organization serving the needs of the Temecula Valley Community and of the World through Rotary International.

    Temecula Sunrise Rotary consists of local business leaders working to address various community and international humanitarian projects. The club encourages high ethical standards in all vocations and helps build good will and peace in the world through the “Ideal of Service.” Rotarians live by THE FOUR WAY TEST of the things we think, say or […]

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  • The Value of Home Care for America’s Aging Seniors

    “More Americans are requiring care than ever before,” said John Hamby, owner of FirstLight Home Care of Temecula. “Statistics show that 40 percent of adults 65 and older currently need assistance with daily living activities. And it’s projected that nearly 70 percent of Americans who reach age 65 will not be able to care for […]

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  • Sensors in Your Business

    In the same way, a business should have its own sensors to give management time to react to changing conditions. For example, a weekly or monthly operational report that shows current trends in sales and revenues can prevent end of the month surprises. Data may be shown by product line, department and include margins indicating […]

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  • Professional Women Toastmasters Host Open House Event is Free to the Public

    Professional Women Toastmasters (www.professionalwomen.toastmastersclubs.org), invites residents to its open house to meet members and watch speakers talk about what Toastmasters means to them and the importance of communication and leadership skills for today’s professional. “Professional Women Toastmasters provides a supportive, friendly, fun and positive environment where members have the opportunity to develop their communication and […]

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  • BWN’s April 9th Meeting Features Member Speakers – Alice Kincaid Owner Michelle Clement and Tiffany Baker

    Alice, owner of AMK Interiors for over 25 years. AMK is a full-service design firm specializing in managing a project from beginning to end and procuring all contractors and materials to be used in the project. Website: https://amkinteriordesigns.com, Email Address: alice@amkinteriordesigns.com Phone: 951-505-6876 Michelle Clement is Sponsorship Director for the Reality Rally Inc., a fundraising […]

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  • Generations Healthcare Groundbreaking

    Generations Healthcare began in January 1998 with one 89-bed skilled nursing facility…today they have grown to twenty-seven facilities with over 3,000 licensed beds. On February 19th Temecula Healthcare held their ground-breaking ceremony. The twenty-eighth Generations Healthcare facility in the Temecula Valley will feature 116 skilled nursing and rehabilitation beds as well as 64 memory care […]

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  • Join the Nation…Thank a Vietnam Veteran for Service to our Nation

    The Temecula Valley Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4089 and the CITY OF TEMECULA will be hosting an event on Saturday, March 30, to honor Vietnam Veterans. To celebrate The NATIONAL VIETNAM WAR VETERANS DAY, the opening ceremony with special guest speakers will be held Saturday, March 30, at Temecula City Hall, 41000 Main Street […]

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  • Temecula Valley Hospital is Underway on a New Medical Residency Program

    UHS Southern California Medical Education Consortium has been approved to start a new medical residency program by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). The program underway will feature Internal Medicine and Family Medicine residents receiving the majority of their training at Temecula Valley Hospital. Residents will also complete specialty rotations at Southwest Health […]

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  • Senator Stone Earns 100% Mark from National Federation of Independent Business

    Senator Jeff Stone (R-Riverside) has earned a 100 percent mark on the 2018 legislative score card from the National Federation of Independent Business — California (NFIB/CA), the leading voice for small business in California. Senator Stone is one of just 11 State Senators to receive the 100 percent mark, which measured lawmakers’ votes on eight […]

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  • Spring into New Landscaping

    As the days get warmer, now is the time to prepare your spring landscape. With a little time and care you can get your landscape ready for the warmer months. The first step in spring landscaping is planning your landscape. With the right preparation, your home can be beautiful and water efficient! Evaluate your space […]

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  • Murrieta Rotary Honors Six with Vocational Service Awards

    The Rotary Club of Murrieta awarded Vocational Service Awards to a City of Murrieta fire captain, a police dispatch supervisor, a Murrieta Valley Unified School District elementary teacher and three nurses during a luncheon, Monday, January 28. The annual awards luncheon was held at the Loma Linda University Medical Center Murrieta’s Professional Office Building and […]

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  • Impact Marketing Celebrates 20 Years!

    February kicks off Impact Marketing’s 20th Anniversary Celebration and Oh! What a Wild Ride it has been! This is a big milestone not only for Impact, but for our community. Over the last two decades, this woman-owned, small business has made an impact on the community. Impact has employed 30 people, given back to the […]

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  • BWN’s March 12 Meeting features Member Speakers Karin Bradshaw with Beauty Matters and Michelle Clement with Reality Rally.

    Karin is a multipreneur committed to helping women feel beautiful on the inside and radiate joy on the outside. By offering video services that allow entrepreneurial women to share their powerful stories online in a supportive community and by offering cutting edge wellness products that enhance the body’s amazing ability to gain and maintain optimal […]

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  • Supervisor Washington Receives Inaugural Family Justice Award

    Michael A. Hestrin Award Highlights Washington’s Support for ‘Safe Alternatives for Everyone’ Through the Years Riverside County District Attorney Mike Hestrin recognized Supervisor Washington for his dedication to protecting families, honoring him as the first-ever recipient of the Michael A. Hestrin Family Justice Award. Hestrin presented the award to Washington on Friday, Feb. 8, at […]

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  • Supervisor Kevin Jeffries Elected Chairman

    New Board Members Sworn in at First Riverside County Board Meeting of 2019 At the first meeting of the Riverside County Board of Supervisors in 2019, three members of the Board were sworn in (including two new ones), and the elections for Chair and Vice-Chair of the Board, as well as the Chair of four […]

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  • Capitol Notes

    There are many needs facing our great state, and among those needs is how we can best provide access to quality healthcare to the millions of people who too often turn to emergency rooms for their medical services. As the new Vice Chair of the Senate Health Committee, I look forward to working with our […]

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  • What Makes a Window Energy Efficient?

    by Jennifer Evans The next attribute for energy-efficiency is argon gas. It’s an irenic gas and fills the gap between the glass, raising the R-value of the window. R-value is a measurement of insulation. As an example, for insulating a wall, you would choose from R 13, R 15, or R 19, depending on how […]

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