U.S. Forest Service volunteers honored

U.S. Forest Service volunteers honored

The San Bernardino National Forest Service honored more than 100 Forest Service Volunteer Association volunteers for thousands of hours of volunteer service in the San Jacinto Ranger District and surrounding National Forest lands during the past year. The FSVA volunteers are active year around helping the Forest Service employees operating out of the Idyllwild San […]

Honor our veterans more than ever

Veterans Day is only a few days away and being a veteran myself I always have been proud of the time I served. Yet, something has bothered me in the past few years about honoring our brave servicemen and women. So many times I have been at church or at a public gathering on Memorial […]

ConnectAnza soon to link Red Schoolhouse

ConnectAnza crews continue to link its fiberoptic internet connection to downtown businesses with the Little Red Schoolhouse next on their list, according to the Anza Electric Coop staff. “We should be connecting the Red Schoolhouse this week,” said Kevin Short, general manager of AEC. Fiberoptic lines have already been connected to the Anza Community Hall […]

Anza Water Summit urges well conservation

Anza Water Summit urges well conservation

Anza Valley Residents, in light of the California drought, were urged to take measures to better conserve and protect their wells at the 2015 Water Summit presented by the Anza Groundwater Association Saturday, Oct. 24. More than 120 Anza Valley residents turned out to hear the AGWA’s annual summit and report held this year at […]

Questions arise in Aguanga officer involved shooting

Questions arise in Aguanga officer involved shooting

Neighbors and friends of Margaret Wagner, 53, killed in an officer involved shooting in Aguanga on Friday, Oct.9, have come forward to report that years of alleged domestic abuse may have led to her death by the Riverside County Sheriff’s swat team. The case remains under investigation by Riverside County Sheriff’s homicide detectives who have […]

KOYT 96.3 ‘Howls for Halloween’ contest planned

KOYT 96.3 radio hoped to be on the air this past week but technical problems are causing delays, however, the station plans to hold a “Howls for Halloween” contest at their studio on Saturday, Oct. 31. Bob Giffin, KOYT Board member, said, “We wanted to be on the air Oct. 28, but it looks like […]

Cottonwood K-8 School Fall Festival coming

Students at Cottonwood K-8 School will be preparing for their Friday, Oct. 30 Fall Festival with food, fun and games planned for their parents, friends and visitors from 4 to 7 p.m. This year the school’s Fall Festival will be featuring a Chili Cook-off, open to all community members interested giving visitors an opportunity to […]

Hamilton K-8 School Fall Festival coming

Students at Hamilton K-8 School will be preparing for their Friday, Oct. 30 Fall Festival with food, fun and games planned for their parents, friends and visitors from 4 to 7 p.m. This year the school’s Fall Festival will be featuring a Chili Cook-off, open to all community members interested giving visitors an opportunity to […]

Community Hall Fundraiser deemed success

Community Hall Fundraiser deemed success

Champagne corks popped, couples danced, and delicious food was consumed Saturday night at a dinner and dance party as the Anza Community Building, Inc. kicked off its fundraising efforts to bring the Anza Community Hall up to health department standards by next April. The special event, quickly put together by the Community Hall board and […]

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