“When I entered the city it was a bit overwhelming because I’ve never done anything like that. When we went into the capitol state building the first thing I noticed was the incredible architecture. I got there on the shuttle bus from the hotel.”- Kristina Bryant
Anza has many trails to explore that offer views of the area’s countryside. These trails may also be the key to economic growth without permanent population growth in our hamlet, allowing us to prosper without losing our rural atmosphere.
Whether you live in the Southern California mountains, valleys, cities or near its beaches, it is possible be loving sand in the morning and snow that same afternoon. It is this fact and the great weather that gives SoCal the edge on “Day Tripping.”
WARNER SPRINGS – The search for a man who disappeared during a hiking trek in the East County wilderness east of Palomar Mountain is scheduled to resume about 7 a.m. today. Authorities have searched in vain for two days for 28-year-old Chris Sylvia, who was reported missing Tuesday after he failed to arrive as planned at his final destination […]
LOS ANGELES – Leonard Nimoy, the ever-logical Mr. Spock in “Star Trek” on television and on the silver screen, died this morning at his Bel-Air home of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease — chronic bronchitis and emphysema. He was 83.
The Anza Valley Outlook shares community photos on a weekly basis in its Your Life in Photos section. Photos and captions can be sent to email@example.com Hamilton Wrestling mom, Terri Ogden, shared the following photos from the team’s tournament in Yucca Valley. The team was up against schools such as Palm Springs, Desert Mirage and […]
When Michele Renee and Gerald Magimel’s 15th wedding anniversary came on Jan. 27, the couple decided to mark the occasion with a re-commitment celebration as a symbol of their dedication to one another throughout life’s trials. This year marks new beginnings for them.
It’s been about a year or so since Bill Donahue volunteered to pick up food from the Salvation Army along with a friend for the local food ministry when no one else had a big enough truck.
More than 100 friends and family members of Captain John Francis Drivick III gathered together at VFW Post #1873 in Anza to remember their dear friend and comrade on Dec. 6, 2014.
The Redshank Riders Backcountry Horsemen is a club that helps establish and care for many of the area’s trail systems throughout the valley and local mountain areas. The desire to care for trails comes naturally to these individuals, as they avidly ride the trails themselves.