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  • Temecula Valley Hospital Receives Comprehensive Stroke Center Certification

    Temecula Valley Hospital announces that it has received certification from DNV as a Comprehensive Stroke Center, reflecting the highest level of expertise for the treatment of serious stroke events.

    “With stroke care, you must have the best clinicians and resources, but also the ability to act quickly because of the time-critical nature of these events,” said Darlene Wetton, CEO of Temecula Valley Hospital. “Receiving this Comprehensive Stroke Certification validates all the efforts we have put into our stroke program and ensures the health and safety of our patients, at the highest level of care our hospital can provide.”

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  • Twin Cities Business Leaders Toastmasters Celebrates 10-Years

    Twin Cities Business Leaders Toastmasters Celebrates 10-Years of Developing Business and Community Leadership Temecula – Twin Cities Business Leaders Toastmasters will mark its 10th anniversary with a virtual celebratory meeting on Friday, June 4, 2021. Since 2011, the club has been dedicated to empowering individuals to become better leaders and communicators. Guests are encouraged to […]

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  • SoCal Railway Museum Hosts KCBS Sanctioned Master’s Series Competition

    Southern California Railway Museum Hosts Kansas City Barbeque Society Sanctioned Master’s Series Competition Perris, California, April 1, 2021–Southern California Railway Museum recently announced that it will host its inaugural Kansas City Barbeque Society (KCBS) sanctioned Master BBQ Competition. The event, “BBQ, Boots and Brew,” will be held on Saturday May 22, 2021 and will feature […]

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  • Rancho Water Announces Selection of Robert Grantham as General Manager

    The Rancho California Water District (Rancho Water) Board of Directors announced at their March 11, 2021 Board meeting that Robert Grantham has been selected as the new General Manager. Richard Aragon and Eva Plajzer, who have been acting as interim General Managers for the past five months, will continue in their positions of Assistant General […]

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  • Motorcycle Brand KTM to Develop New 20-Acre Campus in Murrieta

    Motorcycle Brand KTM to Develop New 20-Acre North American HQ Campus in Murrieta KTM North America, Inc. (KTM NA), leading producer of high-performance street and off-road motorcycles, is set to move forward with the development of its all-new North American corporate headquarters, a corporate campus situated at the northeast corner of Winchester and Borel roads. […]

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  • How to Find In-Home Care You Can Trust

    Is a loved one having trouble with dressing, bathing or mobility on their own, or are they missing doctor’s appointments? These are red flags that it’s time to consider in-home care. If in-home care is something you want to explore, you need to find a company you can trust. This certainly takes time and effort. […]

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  • Community News Tailored to Riverside County Residents

    As a Riverside County resident, it can be difficult to be aware of local happenings and need-to-know information taking place in your own backyard. For most, community news in Riverside County is hard to come by. The region gets lost in between San Diego, Orange and Los Angeles counties and often only receives attention when […]

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  • City of Temecula Invests in New Ladder Truck

    Earlier this week, the City of Temecula unveiled a brand-new aerial ladder truck that is 57-feet in length, with a 101-foot ladder, to be housed at Station 73in the business/industrial area of Temecula. The custom-built new truck replaced a 2003ladder truck, which will be used on reserve and parked at Fire Station 95, the City’snewest […]

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  • How to Have Happier Employees

    If anything good came out of the Covid-19 pandemic, we learned that it actually is possible for our employees to work remotely. But while it might have been nice for everyone to stay in pajamas all day for a time, we can now collectively say that we’re sick of making work magic happen from our […]

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  • Tammy Wilson Celebrates 30 Years at Oak Grove Center

    As CEO, Ms. Wilson is responsible for leading Oak Grove’s operations, supervising the management team, and providing leadership to over 350 staff members, as well as the special needs youth targeted by the organization. Additionally, she is responsible for maintaining and ensuring the quality of care related to all Oak Grove Center licenses and accreditations, […]

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  • Murrieta City Manager Kim Summers Honored

    Murrieta City Manager Kim Summers Honored as the 67th District ‘Woman of the Year’ Assemblymember, Kelly Seyarto, of Murrieta is proud to honor Kim Summers, City Manager of Murrieta, as the 2021 Woman of the Year for the 67th Assembly District. Every March, in celebration of Women’s History Month, the California Legislative Women’s Caucus invites […]

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  • Temecula Establishes Dedicated Policing Team in Old Town

    As COVID-19 restrictions loosen, the City of Temecula in partnership with the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department is implementing enhancements to law enforcement in Old Town Temecula to provide added engagement with business owners, employees, visitors and residents similar to downtown “metro policing teams.” Temecula Mayor Maryann Edwards states, “The popularity of Old Town continues with […]

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  • Former Community Leader Barbara Ann Hord Johnson

    Barbara Ann Hord Johnson, 86, of Fresno, California passed away peacefully at her home on March 4, 2021 after a long battle with Alzheimer’s.   Barbara was born December 25, 1934 to her parents, Charles and Mildred Hord, in Southland, Texas.  When she was two years old, her family moved to Calwa, California.  She attended Calwa […]

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  • Living Independently After Age 65

    The number of American seniors is expected to reach 70 million by the year 2030, according to the U.S. Census. AARP reports that as many as 90% of seniors over the age of 65 want to live in their homes for as long as they can. We get it. Living independently has its perks! Staying […]

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  • JDSCA Celebrates the Spirit of Innovation and Encourages Awareness

    As you glance at the National Day Calendar, you will realize from now to April, there are quite a few reasons to celebrate. In fact, JDS Creative Academy started the month off by raising a glass to all the wonderful women of our past, present and future as March is National Women’s History Month.  The […]

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  • Resolution Praising Covid-19 Vaccination

    Congressman Ken Calvert (CA-42) announced he has introduced a House Resolution, H.Res.123, expressing appreciation and recognition for the scientific, medical, and pharmaceutical community in the historic development of the COVID-19 vaccine in record time. “The ongoing pandemic has been the deadliest and most significant health crisis our country has faced in more than a century,” […]

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  • Michelle’s Place Cancer Resource Center Phase 1 Completion

    by Kim Gerrish After two and half years of construction, a lot of blood, sweat and tears, Michelle’s Place Cancer Resource Center is proud to announce the completion of phase one of their Center.  Michelle’s Place purchased their forever home in June of 2018.  It was a 10,000 sq. ft. shell of a building.  Staff […]

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  • Riverside County’s Adjusted Case Rate for New COVID-19

    Cases dropped below a threshold that will allow transitional kindergarten through sixth grade education to reopen in accordance with the state’s framework. Recently marked the milestone for Riverside County’s adjusted countywide daily COVID-19 cases of less than 25 per 100,000 residents. In accordance with the California Department of Public Health’s (CDPH) reopening framework and, as […]

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  • Mayor Unveils 2021 Theme “Temecula Cares”

    Mayor Edwards states, “Temecula is known for the welcoming and generous attitude demonstrated every day of the year by our residents and businesses. In 2021, we are shining a spotlight on the many ways that simple acts of kindness lift spirits and build a stronger community.”  Mayor Edwards adds, “Even the smallest gesture, like holding […]

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  • Safeguard Your Business and Employees

    You pride yourself on operating a safe, secure work environment where your employees can perform to the best of their ability while helping your business grow. Even in the most ideal circumstances, the reality is that accidents and illness still happen.  This is especially true in the pandemic world we currently live in.  A slip […]

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  • Murrieta City Manager Receives Ethical Hero Award

    Murrieta City Manager Kim Summers has earned a 2020 Ethical Hero Award from the California Affiliation of the International City Management Association (Cal-ICMA). This esteemed award recognizes her deep commitment to the local government profession with dignity, honor, integrity, and adherence to high ethical standards. Each year, ICMA selects a single Ethical Hero from among […]

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