Rep. Paul Cook Votes for California Drought Relief

WASHINGTON – Today, Rep. Paul Cook (R-Apple Valley) voted for H.R. 2028, the 2016 Energy and Water funding bill. Included in this bill were two provisions offering relief from the worst California drought in a century. The first provision, offered by Rep. David Valadao (R-CA) instructs the Bureau of Reclamation to finish and submit feasibility […]

2 identified in Anza crash

2 identified in Anza crash

UPDATE: The driver of a vehicle involved in a crash on Saturday, April 18 has been identified as Teresa Gonzales, 50, of Mountain Center. Gonzales, who died at the scene, was driving her 1990 Ford F-150 westbound on SR-74 west of the intersection of Bull Canyon Road when she crossed the double yellow lines and […]

ACHA votes in new board during March 19 meeting

ACHA votes in new board during March 19 meeting

More than 60 votes were cast to elect a new Board of Directors for the Anza Community Hall during a meeting held on March 19.  New board members are Danny Stone, Tim Hofus, Donna Barnhouse, Annie Shaffer, Taz Hofstot, Kathy Pledaris, Noel Donhaue, Fred Zadick and Dan Robinson, who was not present at the meeting. […]

Accident causes backup on Highway 79 South

Accident causes backup on Highway 79 South

An accident with injuries that occurred on Friday, March 13 caused a significant back-up on Highway 79 South leading into Anza. According to Riverside County Sheriff’s Deputy Armando Munoz, a Riverside County Sheriff’s deputy attempted to stop a vehicle for a possible DUI at the intersection of Ynez and Rancho Vista roads in Temecula, after a […]

BREAKING: Promenade bomb threat was “only shoes,” says RCSO

BREAKING: Promenade bomb threat was “only shoes,” says RCSO

Deputy Albert Martinez with the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department has given the all clear following a bomb threat that caused the Promenade Temecula to be evacuated and surrounding roadways to be shut down. The Riverside County Hazardous Device Team arrived at the Promenade and upon investigation of the suspicious package determined the shoebox contained a pair […]

BREAKING: Promenade Temecula evacuated due to bomb threat

The Promenade Temecula has been evacuated due to a bomb threat. Four fire trucks and the Riverside County Sheriff deputies are currently on the scene. The Riverside County Hazardous Device Team has arrived at the Promenade and is investigating the suspicious package that was reportedly found in Starbucks. “The mall has been evacuated as has the traffic areas,” said Riverside […]

Accident causes backup on Highway 79 South

Accident causes  backup on Highway 79 South

An accident with injuries that occurred on Friday, March 13 has caused a significant back-up on Highway 79 South leading into Anza. According to Riverside County Sheriff’s Deputy Armando Munoz, a Riverside County Sheriff’s deputy attempted to stop a vehicle for a possible DUI at the intersection of Ynez and Rancho Vista roads in Temecula. The vehicle […]

Temecula boy wins big with Pok

Alex Gomez is a bit of a celebrity in the Pokémon trading card game circles. The feisty 10-year-old, who hails from Temecula, travels to cities all throughout the region, competing in tournaments all to earn the title of Pokémon Champion. Recently Gomez traveled to Irvine, where he placed second in that city’s championship tournament, but […]

A lesson learned

Judging a book by its cover is never a good thing. Quite literally when I was about 9 or 10 I didn’t want to read a book because the cover was boring. My parents made me read it in spite of my heartfelt objections and I loved it. The book was the Bible. I was […]