Valley Gospel Chapel honors local Cahuilla elder

Valley Gospel Chapel honors local Cahuilla elder

This fall, at Valley Gospel Chapel’s VGC business meeting, Nella Heredia was made an official honorary elder of the church. She is a VGC member and Cahuilla Tribal Elder. She founded the Cahuilla Chapter of the Native Lighthouse Ministry in Anza and has been instrumental in the successes of VGC over the years. It is […]

Your life in photos

Your life in photos

Every week, the Anza Valley Outlook gives locals the opportunity to share their captured moments with others. From birthday parties and graduations, to landscapes and wildlife, Anza Valley Outlook is looking for photos of all sorts and the stories that go with them. Those who would like to submit a photo(s) with an accompanying caption(s) […]

Hamilton High receives Model of Excellence and Innovation Award

HEMET- Hemet Unified School District received Riverside County Board of Education’s Models of Excellence and Innovation Award for successfully implementing the Building Assets Reducing Risks program at the district’s four high schools. Hamilton High School, Tahquitz High School, Hemet High School, and West Valley High School received the awards on Oct. 28. The BARR Program […]

Cooking Corner

Cooking Corner

Food and our favorite recipes are an intricate part of life. This week Managing Editor Kim Harris shares an old family favorite that she first tasted as a small child when her grandmother had the family over for dinner on a cold winter’s night. To review past posts and recipes go to www.anzavalleyoutlook.com or check […]

Congress does not want fiscal irresponsibility on ballot

Who says that bipartisanship does not exist in the Federal Government?  In a largely secret and hurriedly framed agreement between President Barack Obama, House Speaker John Boehner and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, representatives of both major political parties, agreed to delay for two years a real curb on their addiction to spending.  Monday, November […]

Growing up in Anza: The ranch that built me

Growing up in Anza: The ranch that built me

Kathie Beale Special to the Anza Valley Outlook “I know they say you can’t go home again, I just had to come back one last time.” A song by Miranda Lambert really hit home for me when I got the chance to visit my birth place on Oct. 5. Thanks to Jackie Autry, the new […]

Red Ribbon Week remembered at Hamilton School

ANZA – Students at Anza’s Hamilton School will long remember the Red Ribbon Week message of no drugs, alcohol or tobacco after spending the week decorating the school with bright red ribbons and the red, white and blue dress up day. The students to start off Red Ribbon Week Oct. 26-30 were asked Monday to […]

Soroptimist International of Idyllwild seeking applicants for award

Since 1972, the Soroptimist Live Your Dream Awards (formally Women’s Opportunity Award) has disbursed for than $25 million to tens of thousands of women who have overcome poverty, domestic and sexual violence, divorce, the death of a spouse, or other life challenges. They are women of courage and determination to turn their lives around. Recipients […]

Hamilton’s Clinton Packard nominated for Student of the Month

Each month a teacher from the school nominates a student for the Student of the Month honor. This month Hamilton High teacher Mary Kleinvachter nominated Clinton Packard as the “Student of the Month.” “Clint is an exceptional student and young man who is very deserving of this recognition. Throughout high school, Clint has always taken […]

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