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  • LLUMC – Murrieta Receives Accreditation for Medical Residency Program

    The program was first launched in 2018 in response to a physician shortage in California, specifically primary care physicians within the community. The federal government’s Council on Graduate Medical Education recommends 60 to 80 primary care doctors per 100,000 people. In the Inland Empire, there are approximately 35 physicians per 100,000, according to a from […]

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  • Temecula Sunrise Rotary Postpones Date of Annual 5K/10K Run

    The Temecula Sunrise Rotary Club has postponed the date of its major fundraiser, the 33rd Annual Run through the Vineyard 2K, 5K and 10K that was scheduled for April. It will now be held on Saturday, June 6, 2020 at the Maurice Carrie Winery in Temecula. Many runners have already registered for this popular event, […]

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  • Small Nonprofit Makes a Big Impact on Riverside County

    The non-profit organization aims to bring awareness to individuals with Autism, Muscular Dystrophy, Cerebral Palsy, Epilepsy and those with learning disabilities. The mission is to provide a creative, safe and collective environment for inclusive opportunities of all ages and abilities to excel in. Founders Scott and Diane Strand, along with the dynamic board of JDS […]

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  • Mind Mapping to Your Goals

    Mind mapping your way to reaching goals starts by placing the desired outcome in the center of the map or root. Then connect branches to represent gaps, challenges or road blocks to reaching the objective. As an example, let’s take an entrepreneur starting out who knows what they want to market and sell but has […]

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  • EVMWD Honors Local Student Artists at Annual Water is Life Contest

    More than 2,800 students participated in the 2020 Water Is Life contest, representing 18 schools from Lake Elsinore Unified School District, Menifee School District and local charter schools. Participants ranged from kindergarten to fifth grade. The annual contest provides an opportunity for students to engage with water education in a hands-on way as they communicate […]

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  • Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce Announces the Winners of the 54th Annual Awards Gala

    The Temecula Chamber proudly awarded the following businesses, organizations and citizens: Bronze Business of the Year – Jimmy Fu-tography A Temecula-based photographer focused on Commercial and Landscape photography, Jimmy’s mission is to deliver high quality photography – consistently, reliably and quickly – with a positive attitude and a friendly smile! Jimmy fu-tography has made an […]

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  • Lake Elsinore Valley Chamber Announces Their Business Nominees For 2019

    Nominees for Non Profit of the Year for 2019: Animal Friends of the Valley Assistance League of Temecula Dream Center Lake Elsinore Kennedy June Von Ryan Foundation Riverside Recovery Resources Rotary Club of Lake Elsinore SWAG – Social Work Action Group Nominees for Small Business of the Year for 2019: Craft Brewing Company Dirt Series, […]

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  • Temecula Telephone Alert System Test Set for Feb. 27th Beginning at 10am

    The City of Temecula is testing its Telephone Alert System, which can be used to deliver telephone notifications to all residents and businesses affected by a significant event or emergency. A test of the City’s Telephone Alert System is scheduled for Thursday, February 27, 2020, at 10am or shortly thereafter. Below are important facts: Listed […]

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  • The New Menifee Police Department is Gearing up to Serve the Community

    “I’m a huge proponent of the concept of community policing – where there’s a sense of partnership between officers and our residents,” shared Chief of Police Pat Walsh. For several months in 2019 when Chief Walsh first came on board, he held open meetings during which he had the opportunity to meet community stakeholders and […]

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  • Temecula Sunrise Rotary Music Competition Winners

    In first place was clarinetist Joshua Julian Schaefer, a freshman at Vista Murrieta High School. Joshua, who won $400, played Time Pieces for Clarinet and Piano by Robert Muczynski. In second place was Brianna Chang, a pianist who was awarded $250. Brianna is a senior at Great Oak High School in Temecula, and she played […]

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  • Chuck Washington Seeks Second Term on County Board of Supervisors

    Washington was first elected to the City Council in Murrieta in 1995-1999. He later was elected to the City Council in Temecula from 2003-2015 after he and his wife, Kathy, and daughter, Lindsey, moved there. He served as mayor of both cities during a time of unprecedented population growth; he prioritized public safety funding, new […]

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  • Murrieta Fire Announces Mike Lopez as Deputy Fire Chief

    Lopez has over 26 years of public service experience. He began his career as a paramedic with Gold Cross Ambulance in El Centro, California. In 1993 and was hired as a firefighter/paramedic for the City of Calexico Fire Department, where his father was a fire captain and served for 40 years. Lopez went on to […]

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  • Zach Hall Appointed Temecula Sheriff’s Captain

    Temecula Mayor James “Stew” Stewart states, “Public Safety is Temecula’s highest priority and I’m proud of our long history of exemplary leadership in law enforcement. Temecula remains among the safest cities in the United States and we are confident Captain Hall will continue to build upon the strong momentum of Temecula’s outstanding public safety track […]

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  • Patrick Ellis Earns Status as Accredited Chamber Executive

    Patrick Ellis Earns Status as Accredited Chamber Executive by the Western Association of Chamber Executives Murrieta/ Wildomar Chamber President/CEO, Patrick Ellis was honored at the Western Association of Chamber Executives (WACE) 2020 Annual Conference in Portland, OR as an Accredited Chamber Executive (ACE) for his work in his Chamber, community and his commitment to the […]

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  • Spectrum of Innovation Trusted News and Information in Riverside County

    The 30-minute program focuses on a range of topics that affect Riverside County residents and businesses from impactful local economic stories, to business and community spotlights, to innovative need-to-know stories along with some weather, traffic and community events. The goal of the show is to keep residents in-the-know with what they need-to-know within their own […]

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  • Living Independently After Age 65

    We get it. Living independently has its perks! Staying in the comfort of your home with all its amenities. Maintaining your privacy. Continuing to do all the things you love to do. There is no doubt the aging-in-place movement promotes senior self-reliance. Advancements in technology, home modifications and in-home senior assistance services have this growing […]

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  • EVMWD Awarded Gold Status for Water Conservation Standards

    Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District (EVMWD) recently received gold status recognition for providing an effective Water Conservation Program from the Alliance for Water Efficiency (AWE). EVMWD was recognized for efforts related to customer billing and education practices as well as distribution system management. Critical elements included conservation and resources planning, public information and education, universal […]

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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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