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  • League Recognizes Murrieta Council Member with Service Award

    The Riverside Division of the League of California Cities honored Murrieta Council Member Kelly Seyarto last night with its Outstanding Public Service Award. This coveted award recognizes a public official from one of 27 member cities in Riverside County for outstanding service to government, leadership, activism with the League of Cities, and high personal character. […]

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  • Hair Loss Treatments, Why They Fail

    This month the focus is on Hair Loss: According to the American Hair Loss Association (AHLA) US women make up 40% of all hair loss cases and approximately two-thirds of men have some degree of significant hair loss. RJ Clinical has addressed the hair loss issue with two treatment programs proven to have an 85-95% […]

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  • Rotary Taste of the World 10th Anniversary Celebration Thursday, March 19th

    The Rotary Club of Temecula, over 100 members strong, has grown to be one of the most effective service providers, to the local community and across the globe. Chartered in 1975, the Club is made up of local businesspeople, community leaders and individuals looking to make Temecula and the world a better place. Becoming a […]

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  • Regina Marston receives endorsement from inland empire labor council

    Entrepreneur and Small Business Owner Brings Wealth of Experience In Housing, Health Insurance, Infrastructure, & Clean Energy To the Race for Congress MURRIETA, CA – December 17, 2019 – The Inland Empire Labor Council recently announced their endorsement for state and federal candidates. Regina Marston was endorsed as the Democratic Congressional candidate for California’s District […]

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  • Join EVMWD at the Splash into Spring Event

    Join Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District (EVMWD) for its annual Splash into Spring community water festival event on Saturday, March 14, 2020 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at its headquarters located at 31315 Chaney Street in Lake Elsinore. At this free family event, attendees will learn about the process EVMWD uses to treat more […]

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  • Staging Your Business

    But equally as important, there was also a strong representation from the small business community, each with a display of their own. They were there with hopes that by investing in the cost of exhibit space at NAMM, business would grow to new heights and profits. Watching foot traffic move through these booths, I wondered […]

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  • Shower or Laundry?

    One regulation involves a 55 gallon per day indoor water use limit. Contrary to some news reports, this is not an individual mandate. No one will be told they can’t take a shower or do laundry on the same day. The 55-gallon mandate requires water suppliers to meet that standard over the entire agency. Penalties […]

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  • Morris Takes Seat as EVMWD Board President for Third Term

    “It is my privilege to represent the community as the EVMWD board president for a third term,” said Morris. “Along with the board of directors, I am committed to providing excellent service to our customers and continuing to ensure a safe, reliable water supply to our community.” Director Morris represents EVMWD’s Division 5, which includes […]

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  • Professional Women’s Roundtable to Award Scholarships

    Professional Women’s Roundtable is awarding a total of five $3,000 scholarships; four to graduating seniors and one to a woman going back to college. We are accepting applications from all high schools in the Temecula Valley (Temecula, Murrieta, Menifee, Wildomar, Canyon Lake, Lake Elsinore) and from a woman going back to school who resides in […]

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  • New Medic Squad Responding in Wildomar

    The addition of the squad will decrease response time, increase survivability, and will cut down on costs since the smaller squad vehicle can be dispatched to certain Emergency Medical Service (EMS) calls in lieu of the larger fire engine. “We are committed to providing the best public safety for our residents and this is just […]

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  • Andy’s Glass Is Your Trusted Window and Glass Expert

    And we have the capability to fulfill any glass need from one broken window to a full home replacement to shower enclosures—we do it all. We only choose to carry the best brands of windows and patio doors. Our selection includes premium brands like Milgard, Andersen, La Cantina, Western, and Simonton. Our goal is to […]

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  • PWR Announces Dr. Talha Memon as the February Speaker about “Sleep Medicine”

    Dr. Memon received his Bachelor’s degree in Biology at New York Institute of Technology. He completed his Family Medicine Residency at University of California, Riverside where he was awarded Intern of the Year. He completed his specialty training in Sleep Medicine at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, which is one of the most prestigious programs […]

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  • Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce Newly Elected Board Members

    The Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the new members of the 2020 Board of Directors. The board of directors had 8 open positions for the 2020-2022 term and the ballot boasted 13 nominees. The 8 new electees will join the current board effective January 1, 2020. 2020 Newly Elected Board Members: […]

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  • Public Relations Society Honors Water District

    Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District (EVMWD) was recently recognized by Public Relations Society of America, Inland Empire Chapter, with four awards for excellence in public outreach. The Polaris Awards recognize exemplary public relations efforts that successfully incorporate sound research, planning, implementation and evaluation. These awards represent the highest standards of performance in the public relations […]

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  • Murrieta City Council Selects Gene Wunderlich as Incoming Mayor

    At its December 17 Reorganization Meeting, the Murrieta City Council selected Gene Wunderlich to serve as incoming Mayor. He will replace Kelly Seyarto, who has completed his mayoral term and will remain on the City Council. Council Member Scott Vinton was chosen as Mayor Pro Tem. As Mayor, Wunderlich will bring professional expertise on land […]

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  • Supervisor Washington Re-Elected to Prestigious Statewide Committee

    “I will guide policy decisions that help Riverside County tackle ongoing challenges with homelessness, criminal justice, infrastructure and economic development, and job creation,” said Supervisor Washington. “I am excited to carry on this important work on behalf of Riverside County’s 2.4 million residents.” The CSAC Board of Directors voted earlier this month at its annual […]

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  • Humanitarian Awards of 2019

    The winner of this year’s individual award was Ken Nordstrom, a member of the Temecula Valley Elks Lodge, Boy Scouts of America, and Grace Presbyterian Church, whose pastor Neal Neuenschwander nominated him for the honor. In nominating Ken, Pastor Neal said: “Ken demonstrates the IFC values of compassion, support, dialogue, and respect. Ken has been […]

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  • Community Outreach Ministry Recognized for its Mentoring Services

    The certificate was in honor of the mentoring services the Davies offered youth for a recent “Gearing Up For STEM” Mentor Protégé Workshop. In addition to the Davies, a team of mentors was also honored for their mentoring services. Laverne Williams-Schoonover Ed.D, a guidance counselor at Aspire Community Day School received a Certificate of Recognition […]

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  • California’s Energy Future

    Please join us on February 20th, at the Pechanga Resort Casino to participate in a public symposium that will facilitate a robust and balanced dialogue about energy and other critical public safety concerns in California. We will convene two expert panels. The morning session will focus on what our energy future looks like, and how […]

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  • 2020 – The Year of the Employee

    Take time to get to know your team members individually and understand their job aspirations and why they choose to apply and work at your company. Find out what drives them to do a good job. Helping the employee move toward their career goals is a sure way to show that the company cares for […]

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  • What You Don’t Know You’re Missing When You Work from Home in Temecula

    People in offices envied their at-home counterparts, but what nobody was saying was that the reality of working from home is much less ideal than those pajama-clad employees and entrepreneurs were letting on. It turns out there are a lot of cons to working from your home office, including distractions, difficulty with productivity, struggles with […]

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  • Temecula Valley High School Parking & Reagan Park Restrictions Update

    One of the concerns expressed during the past few weeks has been the perceived displacement of students who currently use the particular public lot at Reagan Park, instead of parking on the Temecula Valley High School (TVHS) closed campus. TVUSD and TVHS administration are confident that we will be able to accommodate TVHS students who […]

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  • Signs Your Elderly Parent Needs Help

    Their once tidy home is now being neglected – Does your parent seem to be having difficulty doing typical housekeeping tasks? Are you noticing more dirt and clutter around their home? Cleaning the house can become difficult for aging parents for a variety of reasons. Their eyesight could be failing, and they could be missing […]

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  • T’was the Lights Before Christmas Home Decorating Contest

    When you enter the Holiday Home Decorating Contest, choose the judging category that suits your house the best based on the descriptions provided. Enter as an individual residence or as a neighborhood.  All decorations must be in the front yard. Select houses will be featured on the T’was the Lights before Christmas Bus Tours and […]

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