The first Anza Lions Gymkhana of the season

The first Anza Lions Gymkhana of the season

Spectators were delighted to see the horse people who competed in this season’s first Lions Gymkhana competition. This is a family sport and everyone from grandparents to friends was at the event to root for the participants. Keyhole, pole bending and barrel racing are the usual games played on this horse game day or Gymkhana […]

‘Know Your Neighbor’ Wireless Internet pioneers

‘Know Your Neighbor’ Wireless Internet pioneers

In this issue of ‘Know Your Neighbor’  Anza Valley Outlook will introduce readers to  two men who pioneered wireless Internet to the area, Phil Canaday of Anza Wireless and Mike Hansen of Wireless Internet Pro. Phil Canaday Anza Wireless It was nearly dusk and a light snow was falling. Driven by the wind, it looked […]

My neighbor is a “greenhouse” – what Ordinance 925 means for Marijuana Cultivation in Anza

My neighbor is a “greenhouse” – what Ordinance 925 means for Marijuana Cultivation in Anza

At a recent Q&A session with members of Riverside County Sherriff’s Department on March 13, members of the Anza community expressed concern with the recent growth of greenhouses that are cultivating Marijuana in their neighborhoods. These community members expressed concern about the smell when it is being harvested, the numbers of greenhouses being put on […]

Agencies say state water conservation mandates pose challenges

Agencies say state water conservation mandates pose challenges

  RIVERSIDE – Inland Empire water agencies today were sorting out how to implement state-imposed water conservation mandates, which one agency head characterized as unfair and “very difficult” to achieve. Late Tuesday, the California Water Resources Control Board adopted an emergency regulation in response to Gov. Jerry Brown’s April 1 drought emergency executive order calling for a 25 percent […]

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