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  • The Benefits of “Smart” Irrigation & Why You Should Invest in These Systems

    The irrigation industry is experiencing a renaissance of technology development. Now, more so than ever, consumers can find irrigation products that use advanced sensors, Wi-Fi and app-based capability to automatically adjust watering schedules, communicate problems and save water, giving consumers more data and power to control irrigation systems than ever before. “Smart” irrigation systems irrigate […]

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  • Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce CEO to Take Coachella Valley Chamber Job

    Chamber Events Director Brooke Nunn named interim CEO as Emily Falappino becomes new President and CEO of the Greater Coachella Valley Chamber of Commerce Temecula, Calif. – The Board of Directors of the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce today named long-time Chamber employee Brooke Nunn as Interim Chief Executive Officer following the resignation of chamber […]

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  • Cherise Manning is Named 2021-22 President of the Rotary Club of Temecula

    Cherise Manning, a Resident and Business Owner in the Temecula Valley for 30 years, will be the new President of the Rotary Club of Temecula on July 1. Manning, co-founder of a Grape Escape Balloon Adventure, brings her business experience, relationships and history of the area to one of the largest non-profits in the valley. […]

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  • Murrieta’s Gal Graduates U.S. Merchant Marine Academy

    Garrett Harrison Gal, son of Jay and Pamela Gal, of Murrieta recently graduated from the United States Merchant Marine Academy (USMMA) at Kings Point, NY. Gal earned a Bachelor of Science degree and a commission in the U. S. armed forces. He also earned a Merchant Marine officer license, qualifying him to serve as an […]

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  • Boys & Girls Club of Southwest County Welcomes New CEO

    Boys & Girls Club of Southwest County names Carly Bennett-Valle as their incoming CEO on Wednesday, May 26th. The announcement comes as the organization re-opens its Murrieta Clubhouse for Summer Day Camp program and plans to re-open its Lakeland Village Clubhouse in Lake Elsinore on August 11th for its Back-to-School Program, serving youth, ages 6-17, […]

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  • Animal Friends of the Valleys Chosen as a 2021 Nonprofit of the Year

    Animal Friends of the Valleys has been selected as a California Nonprofit of the Year 2021 by California Assemblymember Kelly Seyarto and California Association of Nonprofits! Animal Friends of the Valleys is one of the nonprofits that will be honored by their state senators and assembly members for their tremendous contributions to the communities they […]

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  • 2021-22 Murrieta Rotary Officers & Directors to Take Office

    Steve Nicholson will take office July 1 to serve as President of the Rotary Club of Murrieta for the 2021/22 Rotary year, succeeding Lou Ellen Ficke. Director of Operations at Temecula Hyundai, Nicholson has lived in the Murrieta area for 20 years and has extensive experience in all areas of automobile dealer operations. He is […]

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  • The Power Behind Extracurricular Activities

    Although a rigorous academic program is important to a child’s education, stimulating the mind outside the classroom is just as powerful. Challenging children to think “outside the box” and engage different parts of the brain ultimately leads to critical thinking and the ability to uniquely problem solve; however, the importance behind extracurricular activities that engage […]

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  • 2021 Student of the Year Winners

    Pictured: Pictured in front row from left to right: Michelle Griffith, GOHS; Noah Mariano, Linfield; Halley Brewer, Rancho Christian; Ivana Ron, CHS; Brianna Granados, TVHS; Cooper Proulx, Temecula Prep; Charlene Salvador, RVHS; not pictured Jocelyn McEvers, Susan H. Nelson HS. Pictured in the back row are program founder, Sally Myers, school principals, and Temecula Valley […]

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  • Dawn McCoy Founder of RSPI.ORG (Red Show Project, Inc)

    Dawn McCoy Founder of RSPI.ORG (Red Show Project, Inc) she is also a Personal Growth Development Coach will be the speaker for our June 2nd Temecula GSFE Meeting at Blackbirds Tavern Dawn McCoy founded RSPI.org in 2011, which is a nonprofit in mental and emotional health. She is also a personal growth development coach, business […]

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  • Water Education Programs Offer Hands-On Learning Opportunities

    As the 2020-2021 school year comes to a close, many teachers, parents, and students find themselves reflecting on the unique circumstances this year held. It can be easy to focus on the challenges, but there were also countless victories. Students learned to mute themselves on Zoom meetings and the chaotic roar of voices was brought […]

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  • 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 join the celebration and to learn more about Toastmasters. “When I was young […]

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  • The City of Temecula, Temecula Valley Unified School District, and Temecula Valley Museum

    The City of Temecula, Temecula Valley Unified School District, and Temecula Valley Museum unveiled a new Student Art Mural in Sam Hicks Monument Park in celebration of Japan’s Children’s Day and Asian Pacific Heritage Month The City of Temecula, Community ServicesDepartment, Temecula Valley Unified School District, and the Temecula Valley Museum announce a new, Student […]

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  • Priorities for the Future

    As the constitutionally mandated June 15th deadline for passing a balanced budget nears, discussions in Sacramento about spending priorities are ramping up. California is facing a variety of challenges. First of all we must get the economy up and running again, and we can use our budget surplus to help bring back jobs. Through additional […]

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  • Time for a Computer Security Audit?

    Whether your computing is done for business or for home use, this is not the time to take your computer security for granted. Scammers are busier than ever finding ways to steal your money, information and security. Let’s review the basics of auditing your systems for protection. Check your anti-virus programs to ensure they are […]

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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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