It was loving day. The kittens purred. Dogs rolled over for a tummy rub. Children cautiously approached the horses and donkeys while parents stood by with concerned smiles. Bands under the canopy played music for the old and the new. Young and old lounged about in comfortable lawn chairs and blankets on the cool green […]
It was a warm sunny day when 52 riders and six wranglers rode out onto the Cahuilla Plains single file. They were off on an adventure, one reminiscent of a day long ago. How many had crossed these mountains long ago that surround this great valley, to see the same raw beauty that laid before […]
Veterans of Foreign Wars who didn’t graduate from high school have a little over a week left to apply for graduation certificates issued through a Riverside County program that awards diplomas to former airmen, soldiers, sailors and Marines who gave up school to serve their country.
Riverside County supervisors unanimously approved an ordinance that will provide expedited permitting for residents and businesses seeking to install electric vehicle charging stations in unincorporated communities.
A divided Board of Supervisors formally adopted a 2016-17 appropriations plan that leaves multimillion-dollar deficits in the budgets of the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department and the District Attorney’s Office, though board members and public safety officials pledged to work together to close the gaps.
GARNER VALLEY – A person who was injured when they fell from their horse became the subject of a remote area rescue Friday, Sept. 23. The emergency happened on a rugged trail near Table Mountain and Pathfinder Roads in Garner Valley in the San Bernardino National Forest. The area where the victim was injured is northeast of Anza […]
Editor’s note; This story is the first in a two-part series explaining the outcome of the AVMAC meeting held Wednesday, Sept. 14, in Anza. Simply by checking the right box on a state required technical, managerial and financial (TMF) assessment form may soon make it possible to build a community water system for a commercial […]
ANZA – It’s that time of year when the weather begins to change and the days get shorter. It’s a time when many horse riders make an extra effort to get out with their horse and trail ride. The Backcountry Horsemen of California, Redshank Riders Unit is making this an easy task, by presenting the […]
With no opposition, the re-election of the Anza Community Hall Board of Directors took only a few minutes Monday, Sept. 12, following a short meeting. The nine board members remain the same for the next year and will be charged with continuing construction work now underway to bring the Hall up to county code standards. […]
The organizers of the High Country Boys and Girls Club are looking forward to the Renaissance Faire Oct. 15 to continue their quest to raise upward of $3 million to build a complex for the children of Anza and surrounding areas. Club coordinator Robyn Garrison said the nonprofit organization thus far has raised about $500,000 […]