EVMWD adopts code of conduct

The Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District (EVMWD) passed a code of conduct in a 4-1 vote, with Director Chris Hyland casting the dissenting vote. She said she believed the district needed to adopt a code but voted against it in its present form suggesting postponement for one month to make refinements. The code was modeled […]

Money trail links LEAPS investor to three candidate campaigns

Campaign finance disclosure documents reveal a financial connection between private investor, The Hydro Company or The Nevada Hydro Company, Inc., and three candidates running for three seats on the Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District (EVMWD) board of directors. The campaigns of Division 3 candidate Judy Guglielmana, Division 5 incumbent Kristine Anderson and Division 1 incumbent […]

Candidates for EVMWD speak out

Each of the candidates running for the EVMWD was asked three questions and was given the opportunity to answer them in their own words. Following are their answers. Kristine Anderson Why are you running for office? “I feel that it is important to have a board member who has a business and professional degree in […]

Wayne Cokeley releases new Music CD

Wayne Cokeley released a demo this week called “Space Between.” The music is an original mix of praise and rock. A sample of songs can be found at www.waynecokeley.com. A second CD is expected this Spring. Cokeley said, “I hope the melodies will allow the themes to play over and over, so the truth of […]

Successful Wildomar parks vote triggers lawsuit

The fate of locked parks in Wildomar rested in the check marks of the voters during a ballot count on August 30. The final tally of 891 votes against the assessment and 1,129 votes in favor of a parks maintenance fee provided the key. Less than a month after the successful vote, a lawsuit was […]

Elsinore continues quest for federal funds, extends car show

Lake Elsinore representatives will be returning to Washington, DC, for a second year in a row seeking federal funds after the city council voted 4-0 to renew the contract of a Capitol Hill lobbying firm on September 26. Last September, the council approved its first foray into the chase for federal dollars with the guidance […]

Chamber vs. chamber – Wildomar and Lake Elsinore teams to play ball!

The softball gloves will be on and the crowd cheering at the first community softball game sparking a friendly rivalry between the Wildomar Chamber of Commerce and the Lake Elsinore Valley Chamber of Commerce (LEVCC) on Saturday, October 7, at 4 p.m. at Welch Park in Wildomar. The gauntlet was dropped when the Wildomar chamber […]

Entries needed for Lake Elsinore parade

November 18 is the date for the 10th Annual Unity in the Community Parade, a part of the Elsinore Valley Community Action Planning. The event will begin at 10 a.m. with staging taking place at Elsinore Middle School. Entry check-in will be 8 a.m. The theme for this year’s parade is “Celebrating California History.” For […]

Elsinore outlets host weekly kids program

The Lake Elsinore Outlets invites mothers and their preschool children to spend a fun morning together at the center’s Kids’ Outlet, a free program featuring kid-fun activities, arts, crafts and treats. The club meets from 10:30 a.m. to noon on Thursdays. The events for October: • October 5 – Fall Day (Children decorate pumpkins) • […]

Deadline for Elks Chili Cook-Off Oct. 13

Lake Elsinore Elks Lodge is hosting a Chili Cook-Off at the lodge on Saturday, October 21, from noon on. The lodge is seeking chili cooks from Elks and the general public to compete in the contest and the sign-up deadline is Friday, October 13. Chili cooks will be in competition to see who prepares the […]