The value of God’s Word

Pastor Robert C Reese Special to Anza Valley Outlook I have noticed that the practice of modern-day authors is the use of well-known personalities to verify the value and worth of their literary skills. With that thought in mind let’s consider some comments concerning the Bible, the Word of God from some of the most […]

SD hospital shooter causes lock down of area schools

SAN DIEGO – A report of shots fired this morning, Jan. 26, at Naval Medical Center San Diego in Balboa Park prompted a lockdown of nearby schools, a warning to potential visitors to avoid the area and an order for those already at the complex to shelter in place. The report of an active shooter […]

Growing up in Anza; Gymkhanas

Growing up in Anza; Gymkhanas

Kathie Beale Special to Anza Valley Outlook Growing up in Anza may have not had all the conveniences of the ‘Big City’ but us Anza folks knew how to entertain ourselves. In this article I will talk about the gymkhanas. Unfortunately there were a lot of things that I did not know at my early […]

AGUANGA: Tortoise reunited with owner

SAN JACINTO  – A 200-pound tortoise that was found wandering the roads of Aguanga earlier this week was reunited with his owner today, according to the Riverside County Department of Animal Services. The appropriately named “Tortoise” was released to Vince Tarantino, of Aguanga, who also owns another tortoise, John Welsh of the Riverside County Department of Animal Services said. […]

Woman killed in Mountain Center crash identified

MOUNTAIN CENTER  – A woman who was killed when her car fell about 40 feet off a highway near Mountain Center was identified today. Anna Hicks of Palm Desert, 24, died at the scene of the Friday morning crash, according to the Riverside County Coroner’s Office. The accident occurred at 2:13 a.m. on the Pines to Palms […]

Man arrested for Anza homicide

HEMET – A probationer accused of shooting a man and dumping his body in the San Bernardino National Forest, just north of Anza, was being held today in lieu of $1 million bail. Craig Douglas Falconer, 33, of Hemet was arrested during a traffic stop Friday afternoon and booked into the Smith Correctional Facility in Banning. Falconer is […]

Man arrested for alleged chapel burglary

ANZA—A parolee was caught with goods pilfered from a church in Anza and arrested, Riverside County sheriff’s deputies announced on Sunday, July 19. An alarm call was sent from the Calvary Chapel in Anza at 11:31 p.m. last Friday, said Sgt. Robert Duckett at the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department. Deputies arrived to the chapel, in […]

Measure to Support “Made in America” Labeling in California Passes Final Hurdle, Heads to Governor’s Desk

Assemblyman Brian Jones Special to Anza Valley Outlook   SACRAMENTO – Legislation to allow manufacturers to label their products “Made in America” if no more than 10 percent of the final product is made outside of the United States passed the California State Assembly today and now moves to the Governor’s desk for signature.  Senate […]

Dear Editor,

Isn’t it interesting that when the price of crude oil dropped like a rock, losing over 50 percent of its value, the price of gasoline in California inched down in price but never hitting the same decline as crude oil. Then when the price of crude oil raised a few dollars the price of gasoline […]