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  • The Murrieta/Wildomar Chamber of Commerce and Explore Murrieta will be partnering with the local breweries in the Valley to organize our Annual Brew Masters Golf Tournament & Annual Craft Beer Week.

    Craft Beer Week will feature a week-long appreciation of our Valley’s Breweries from October 11-17. From Murrieta, to Temecula, to Menifee & Lake Elsinore we recognize this valley has a lot of talent brewing! Each day will offer specials and unique experiences at our local breweries. All culminating into the 2nd annual Rooted In Nature […]

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  • Legal Help: Lawyers in the Library at the Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library

    Are you having legal problems regarding estate planning, probate, civil, or family law and need guidance? On Monday, October 25th, the Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library (30600 Pauba Rd.), in conjunction with the Riverside County Law Library, will host: Legal Help: Lawyers in the Library. This program brings the expertise of actual practicing attorneys […]

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  • Empire Vein Specialists Welcomes Dr. Kimberly McFarland

    Dr. McFarland will lead Empire Vein Specialist’s Temecula Clinic. Empire Vein Specialists welcomes Dr. Kimberly McFarland to its practice. Dr. McFarland will lead its state-of the-art Temecula clinic, a 3,700 square-foot facility that opened in September 2020 and offers patients the latest available treatments for varicose veins and spider veins. “We’re very excited to welcome […]

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  • Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce Names New CEO

    Long-time staff member Brooke Nunn becomes new President and CEO of the Temecula Valley Chamber Temecula, Calif. – The Board of Directors of the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce today announced long-time Chamber employee Brooke Nunn has been appointed President and Chief Executive Officer following a comprehensive executive search. Nunn had been serving as Interim […]

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  • That’s a Wrap

    As Judge Gideon J. Tucker famously opined, “No man’s life, liberty, or property are safe while the Legislature is in session.” For Californians, a brief respite in the assault on our lives and businesses was called on September 10th. Ahhh, the end of another California Legislative session. All told there were 2,776 measures brought before […]

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  • Elsinore Eddie Is Prepared for Emergencies – Make Sure You Are Too!

    As residents of California, we’ve seen our fair share of natural disasters – so we know how important it is to be prepared. Because certain disasters can compromise the fresh water supply, EVMWD has plans in place to respond to a supply disruption or contamination. EVMWD takes an active approach to emergency preparedness. The District […]

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  • Make it Easy with Simplicity

    We have all had the experience of trying to follow directions, fill out a form, or order online and we sit back and say out of frustration, “who designed this”. It feels like someone has gone out of their way to make the task as complicated as possible and given no thought to what it […]

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  • Ghosts, Goblins and Grease at JDS Creative Academy

    If you have been to the store lately, you might have noticed the Halloween decor flooding the aisles. You may be thinking, geez already? Or maybe you’re all for it! JDS Creative Academy is definitely the latter, because starting September 29, 2021 they will welcome all the wanna be ghosts, goblins and ghouls along with […]

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  • Governor Newsom Announces Judicial Appointments of Three Southwest Riverside County Attorneys

    Governor Newsom Announces Judicial Appointments of Three Southwest Riverside County Attorneys Governor Gavin Newsom announced on September 3, 2021, his appointment of 22 Superior Court Judges, which include three in Riverside County, all from the Murrieta and Temecula area. Riverside County Superior Court Sean P. Crandell, 48, of Temecula, has been appointed to serve as […]

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  • The Honorees of Murrieta/Wildomar Chamber Awards Announced

    The 61st Annual Awards Celebration was held on August 28, 2021, atop a beautiful new venue, Heritage Hill. Every year the Murrieta/Wildomar Chamber of Commerce honors businesses and individuals in our community who go above and beyond in making a difference in our region. The views at the event were breathtaking, and the nominees and […]

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  • Teens Teaching Tech at the Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library

    Struggling to figure out how to use your new device, but unsure where to get help? The first Tuesday of each month, the beloved Teens Teaching Tech program will return to the Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library (30600 Pauba Road) from 3:30pm – 5:30pm beginning Tuesday, October 5, 2021. Get one-on-one tutoring and coaching […]

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  • Positions Available on Boards and Commissions

    The City of Temecula invites interested residents to apply for the following positions: Old Town Local Review Board – 3 Positions Community Services Commission – 2 Positions Public Traffic Safety Commission – 1 Position Race, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Commission – 2 Positions The City Council will make appointments to these positions at a public […]

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  • Halloween Carnival in Old Town Temecula on Friday, October 29th

    There will be carnival games and spooktacular activities throughout Old Town. The main attractions will be stationed in Town Square Park (41000 Main Street) and remember to check out the Temecula Valley Museum (28314 Mercedes Street) for additional fangtastic fun. Enter the costume contest on the front steps of City Hall, play a round of […]

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  • Temecula’s Path of Honor Paver Program Remembers Our Heroes

    The steps leading to the Letters Home Memorial and the access ramp are dedicated as Temecula’s Path of Honor, located at the Temecula Duck Pond (28250 Ynez Road). These two paths are comprised of permanent granite pavers, each engraved with the names of men and women who have served our nation in our Armed Forces […]

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  • 13th Annual Murrieta Field of Honor in Town Square Park Debuts November 6

    Each year, the Field recognizes heroes¬¬—those who served or are serving in the United States armed forces, law enforcement, fire and other first responder posts, plus personal heroes. In addition to the 2,021 flags available for dedication to personal heroes, the Field features sections for Medal of Honor recipients, Local Heroes, historical flags, a flag […]

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  • PAVING THE WAY

    Did you know only about 18 percent of adults with disabilities are employed? Although this is harsh and unsettling, statistics like these make it apparent that there is still a stigma that surrounds hiring someone who isn’t neurotypical. Sadly, people with disabilities and those on the autism spectrum have a hard time obtaining competitive employment […]

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  • Temecula Creating Partnerships and Robust Support System for Local Businesses

    City of Temecula aligns with Riverside County on Workforce and Economic Development The City of Temecula announces a new partnership with the Riverside County Workforce Development Division and the County of Riverside Office of Economic Development to fulfill local business workforce needs and provide access to additional resources. This City and County interface is the […]

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  • Hit the Road, Jack

    Chances are you know somebody who has moved out of California recently. Maybe more than one. Probably several. Without giving it much thought, I can name more than a dozen friends in the past year alone who have headed to Tennessee, Florida, Texas, Arizona, Idaho, Colorado and other destinations. And the beat goes on with […]

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