UPDATED: Washington maintains hold on 3rd District, Temecula’s Measure S fails

UPDATED: Washington maintains hold on 3rd District, Temecula’s Measure S fails

UPDATE: 7:15 a.m., Wednesday, Nov. 9 Temecula’s one-cent sales tax measure intended for public safety failed to win voter approval according to the most recent update issued by the Riverside County Registrar of Voters. Temecula’s Measure S was defeated with 12,286 “no” votes to 12,116 “yes” votes with all 32 precincts reporting. The next election […]

Renck appointed to Anza MAC

Anza resident Allison Renck was appointed to the Anza Municipal Advisory Committee during the Oct. 25 Riverside County Board of Supervisors meeting in Riverside. Renck, who is active in the Redshank Riders and a High Country 4-H leader, is known as a longtime community volunteer. She applied after 3rd District Supervisor Chuck Washington announced the […]

October 24 is deadline to register to vote in the 2016 General Election

October 24 is deadline to register to vote in the 2016 General Election

Monday (Oct. 24) is the deadline for voters to register and be eligible to cast a ballot in the Nov. 8 election. Registration applications submitted online at RegisterToVote.ca.gov prior tomidnight Monday will be honored, as will paper forms postmarked by the deadline. Paper applications are available at the Riverside County Registrar of Voters’ office, Department […]

Statewide quake drill set for Thursday

Statewide quake drill set for Thursday

RIVERSIDE – Workers at Riverside County government offices, businesses and schools will stop everything for a minute next week to  “drop, cover and hold on” as part of a statewide earthquake preparedness drill. The Great California ShakeOut of 2016 is scheduled for Thursday at 10:20 a.m. According to organizers, the exercise will provide an opportunity for workers in the […]

Sheriff authorizes changes to protect deputies

RIVERSIDE – As a result of shooting incidents on our nation’s law enforcement officers, Sheriff Stan Sniff authorized a number of changes within the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department last week to better protect members of that agency in responding to incidents throughout its countywide field operations. Riverside County is the 4th largest of California’s counties, […]

Ready.gov provides necessary resources for wildfire preparedness

Here in Southern California, wildfire is always a risk. But, this year that risk has increased exponentially as the worst drought in the state’s history continues to drag on. Just two weeks ago, a massive fire broke out in San Bernardino County, shutting down the I-15 through the Cajon Pass and scorching just over 36,000 […]

Veteran event takes aim at hiring and helping local heroes

Veteran event takes aim at hiring and helping local heroes

Big Horse Feed and Farm Supplies is sponsoring and event in October aimed at helping local veterans to find jobs and the resources they need to be successful following their military service. The Helping and Hiring Our Heroes event is scheduled for Oct. 8 and will offer a variety of resources for veterans and their […]

Murrieta resident turns up the heat on ‘Master Chef’

Murrieta resident turns up the heat on ‘Master Chef’

Murrieta resident Terry Mueller prefers to be in the heat of the kitchen instead of under the heat of the spotlight, but this quiet, unassuming chef jumped right from the frying pan into the fire in an attempt to achieve his dream to own his own restaurant. Mueller started out as one of 40 who […]