Riverside County Code Enforcement reminds citizens that marijuana cultivation is still illegal

Riverside County Code Enforcement reminds citizens that marijuana cultivation is still illegal

Riverside County Code Enforcement officers cover a lot of ground in the unincorporated parts of the county. Despite reductions in staffing levels and budget, they have investigated everything from nonpermitted construction, junk vehicle and rubbish abatement to roadside vending violations and illegal grading. They also enforce Riverside County Ordinance 925, which deals with marijuana cultivation […]

Traveling Tarantulas wander the countryside

Traveling Tarantulas wander the countryside

It’s tarantula time again. Male tarantulas are marching forth, looking for mates among the canyons, deserts, scrub lands and yes, even neighborhood backyards. The California Ebony Tarantula, or Aphonopelma eutylenum by its scientific name, and the Desert Blond Tarantula, or Aphonopelma chalcodes, are the most common Southern California tarantula species whose males are now on […]

Sage Town Hall Association holds ‘Meet and Greet’ barbecue fundraiser

Sage Town Hall Association holds ‘Meet and Greet’ barbecue fundraiser

The newly formed Sage Town Hall Association held a “Meet and Greet” barbecue dinner at Fire Station No. 28 on Sage Road Saturday, Aug. 26. The event was well attended by concerned local citizens. The Sage Town Hall Association is a nonprofit corporation dedicated to preserving historical landmarks, combating community deterioration and unifying the residents […]

Lions’ spaghetti dinner raises funds for the community

Lions’ spaghetti dinner raises funds for the community

A spaghetti dinner fundraiser was held by the Anza Lions Club at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1873 Sunday, Aug. 27. The event helped raise money for the VFW and the Terwilliger Community Association to begin much-needed repairs on the aging building. The fundraising goal is $7,650. The event was attended by hungry locals, […]

Sacred Heart Church fiesta serves up fun for the entire family

Sacred Heart Church fiesta serves up fun for the entire family

Sacred Heart Church in Anza held their annual Community Fiesta Saturday, Aug. 26, and Sunday, Aug. 27. The yearly community celebration did not disappoint as people and organizations from Anza and beyond came to participate. Festive food, a beer garden, raffles, a paintball booth, an inflatable playhouse, vendors, a silent auction, a horseshoe tournament and […]

Hamilton High graduate joins LAPD

Hamilton High graduate joins LAPD

Longtime Anza resident and Hamilton High School graduate Joshua Guillory has completed his training at the Police Academy by the Los Angeles Police Department and received his diploma Friday, Aug. 4. Graduating officers completed 912 hours of training over the course of 24 weeks. The ceremony was held at the Los Angeles Police Academy, Elysian […]

Anza Valley Christian School students sell raffle tickets as fundraiser for school prizes to be awarded at 7th annual Ride on the Rez

Anza Valley Christian School students sell raffle tickets as fundraiser for school prizes to be awarded at 7th annual Ride on the Rez

One of three distinct groups of Anza Valley Christian School students will be seen every Saturday between now and Sept. 16 at a neat table set up by the front door of the Anza True Value Hardware store. They will be selling raffle tickets for prizes to be given away at the seventh annual “Ride on the […]

SunAnza holds dedication of new solar array

SunAnza holds dedication of new solar array

Anza Electric Cooperative’s SunAnza solar array was officially dedicated in a short but festive ceremony Saturday, Aug. 19. The day was appropriately sunny and pleasant. Government officials and staff, energy partners, AEC board members, staff and management, plus members of the Cooperative all came together for the dedication and ribbon-cutting. Nathan Hatch, Generation Engineering manager […]

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