Ruiz asks the 36th District of California what do you think?

Ruiz asks the 36th District of California what do you think?

Dear Friends, A new year is upon us. As your Representative, my most important job is to listen to you at home and work on your behalf in Washington, DC. I want to hear from you: What should my top three priorities be this year? Protecting and preserving Medicare and Social Security for seniors Protecting […]

Hamilton Museum and The Lost Gold; Building the homestead

Hamilton Museum and The Lost Gold; Building the homestead

Margaret Wellman Jaenke Hamilton Museum Head Curator The property where the Hamilton Museum is situated was homesteaded by newlyweds Fanny and John Contreras who probably met only because of the search for John’s grandfather’s buried and then lost gold. These two couples were among the first to homestead in Bautista (Anza) when it was reopened for […]

County unemployment rate falls to eight-year low

RIVERSIDE – A blitz in year-end hiring pushed Riverside County’s unemployment rate down to its lowest level since mid-2007, state officials said Friday, Jan. 22. The jobless rate in December, based on preliminary estimates, was 6.1 percent, one-10th of a percentage point lower than in November, according to the California Employment Development Department. The rate […]

The Redshank Riders, much more than a social group

The Redshank Riders, much more than a social group

Greg Bruce Redshank Riders President When I first joined the Back Country Horsemen of California about 25 years ago it was mostly just for the name. I grew up in Canada and riding in the back country was what we did. When I move to California even finding the backcountry seemed a challenge. I wanted […]

County adopts rules for short-term rentals

RIVERSIDE – Rules aimed at protecting county residents from adverse effects of short-term rentals were adopted Tuesday by a 4-1 vote of the Riverside County Board of Supervisors. The ordinance applies to unincorporated areas of Riverside County and will take effect in 30 days. The ordinance establishes regulations for the use of privately owned residential dwellings as […]

Willie Adams enrolls at Fort Lewis College

DURANGO – Willie Adams, of Anza started coursework at Fort Lewis College Jan. 11, 2016. The school, located in Durango, Colorado, offers a blend of small classes, dynamic academic programs, and a liberal arts perspective leads to transformative learning experiences that foster entrepreneurship, leadership, creative problem-solving and life-long learning. Adams’ major is Exercise Science.

Hamilton Museum and the Lost Gold

Hamilton Museum and the Lost Gold

Margaret Wellman Jaenke Hamilton Museum, Head Curator In the mid-1800s, there were many eager prospectors looking for gold in the hills surrounding Garner Valley. For a short time in the late 1800s there was even a flourishing gold mining town called Kenworthy. Kenworthy had a stamp mill, an assay office, and all the other buildings […]

ConnectAnza wins $2.67 million grant for Fiberoptic internet service to Anza Electric Coop service area

ConnectAnza wins $2.67 million grant for Fiberoptic internet service to Anza Electric Coop service area

Cable crews contracted by ConnectAnza have been busy stringing new fiberoptic cable from the Anza Electric Coop headquarters on Highway 371 to portions of Terwilliger, Mitchell, and Bautista Roads since December when the company received a $2.67 million grant. AEC after gaining approval for the construction of a fiberoptic Internet service to its customers applied […]

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