Veteran event takes aim at hiring and helping local heroes

Veteran event takes aim at hiring and helping local heroes

Big Horse Feed and Farm Supplies is sponsoring and event in October aimed at helping local veterans to find jobs and the resources they need to be successful following their military service. The Helping and Hiring Our Heroes event is scheduled for Oct. 8 and will offer a variety of resources for veterans and their […]

Exchange Club Park construction in Valle Vista underway

Exchange Club Park construction in Valle Vista underway

Despite 100 plus summer temperatures construction crews are nearing completion of the first phase of the planned $3 million Exchange Club Park at Fairview Avenue and Mayberry Street in Valle Vista. The 8.8-acre park, in the county area east of Hemet, upon completion will include a large parking lot for the nearby Valle Vista Elementary […]

Water rights for property owners

This is the second in a series of articles exploring a water rights case (Fallbrook Utilities v. United States) involving the Santa Margarita Watershed now before the 9th U.S. District Court. The case is affecting development in the Anza Aguanga valleys.  The 9th District Federal Court in San Diego for almost the last decade has […]

State audit confirms city’s need for additional revenue, continued investment in public safety

HEMET – The much-anticipated final report of the California State Auditor’s management audit of the City of Hemet has finally been released. The final report, released Aug. 4, confirms the city’s need for additional revenue in order to continue providing essential services such as public safety. “Although we did not observe any conditions related to […]

Anza Valley water well permits held up by federal courts

This is the third of a series of articles exploring water rights issues facing residents, realtors and developers in the Anza and Aguanga Valleys. The denial of a request by Thomas Mountain Ranch developer to amend the 46-unit housing project off Bautista Canyon Road in Anza to include a community water system by the Riverside […]

Rep. Cook Co-sponsors Hunting, Education and Recreational Development Act

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Rep. Paul Cook (R-Apple Valley) announced July 26 that he is co-sponsoring H.R. 5836, the Hunting, Education and Recreational Development (HEARD) Act. The HEARD Act establishes an orderly process for the sale, conveyance and exchange of federal lands not being utilized by public land management agencies that have been identified for disposal. […]

Registrar’s office certifies results of June 7 election

RIVERSIDE – The Riverside County Registrar of Voters office certified the results of the June 7 presidential primary election July 12 and forwarded the certified results to the Board of Supervisors. The final, official election results and statement of votes are available on the Registrar of Voters’ website at www.voteinfo.net. The certified election results include minor revisions in […]

Fire restrictions in place in the San Bernardino National Forest

Because of the recent high temperatures and drying conditions in the San Jacinto and San Bernardo mountains, San Bernardino National Forest Supervisor Jody Noirn declared fire restrictions in in the local forests June 30. The restrictions in all the forest areas include: the building, maintaining, attending or using a fire, campfire or stove fire except […]

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