Know the signs of ‘Bad Rescues’ to avoid exploitation

Know the signs of ‘Bad Rescues’ to avoid exploitation

“Rescue” is a buzzword that instills thoughts of relief, shelter, love and care. Animal rescues save poor, innocent and defenseless pets, right? Not always. There is also a sinister side to this self-proclaimed calling by those looking to take advantage of kind-hearted people wishing to donate to a cause. When considering “adopting” or sometimes, more […]

Anza ‘Phantom Artist,’ Dr. Susan Eyr Anderson delights Art Show guests

Anza ‘Phantom Artist,’ Dr. Susan Eyr Anderson delights Art Show guests

Veterinarian Dr. Susan Eyr Anderson delighted residents with her special artwork June 10 and tales of her adventures as Anza’s mysterious “Phantom Artist” Saturday, June 10, at Anza Valley Artists Show and Sale at the Community Hall. The Anza “Phantom Artist,” whose true identity was revealed earlier in the Anza Valley Outlook, laughed while telling […]

Firefighters battle Aguanga vegetation fire

Firefighters battle Aguanga vegetation fire

Firefighters extinguished a vegetation fire in Aguanga June 13. The blaze was first reported at 5:21 p. m. off Reed Valley Road, north of Wilson Valley Road. Smoke could be clearly seen and experienced by many residents east of the blaze. When first responding firefighters arrived on the scene the fire had engulfed approximately 7 acres […]

A thimble full of news

Kathryn Allen, Publicity Chairman Special to Anza Valley Outlook The highlight of our June 1 meeting was a talk by Laurie Knight, an independent chef and member of the Harvey Girl Historical Society. Laurie gave an informative and entertaining talk about the Harvey Girls, a fascinating time in history. In addition, she brought her delicious […]

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