ACHA votes in new board during March 19 meeting

ACHA votes in new board during March 19 meeting

More than 60 votes were cast to elect a new Board of Directors for the Anza Community Hall during a meeting held on March 19.  New board members are Danny Stone, Tim Hofus, Donna Barnhouse, Annie Shaffer, Taz Hofstot, Kathy Pledaris, Noel Donhaue, Fred Zadick and Dan Robinson, who was not present at the meeting. […]

Hamilton High School seniors hold fashion show

Hamilton High School seniors hold fashion show

Members of the Hamilton High School senior class put on a fashion show on Friday, March 6 that came complete with dinner provided by local businesses and the families of students. There were a wide variety of offerings at the event, including pasta, fry bread tacos and desserts. While dinner was being served, raffle tickets were sold […]

Thimble Club donates three benches to Minor Park

Thimble Club donates three benches to Minor Park

When Mary Bohme took her young grandson to Minor Park she was left without a place near the playground to comfortably sit and watch him. There were no benches or other forms of seating at the park. She talked about that absence with the other members of the Thimble Club, one of Anza’s oldest organizations, […]

Accident causes backup on Highway 79 South

Accident causes backup on Highway 79 South

An accident with injuries that occurred on Friday, March 13 caused a significant back-up on Highway 79 South leading into Anza. According to Riverside County Sheriff’s Deputy Armando Munoz, a Riverside County Sheriff’s deputy attempted to stop a vehicle for a possible DUI at the intersection of Ynez and Rancho Vista roads in Temecula, after a […]

Fire fee tax time commences for area

The state of California has begun mailing fire fee bills this month, a ritual well known to rural habitable property owners who are under CAL FIRE protection. This fee, which is implemented like a tax, according to the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association, started back in California’s fiscal year of 2011-2012. The fee is the brain […]

Anza VFW Post #1873 and its auxiliaries news

  I think Spring has sprung. But don’t start planting those gardens yet! It’s been known to snow in April. For you newcomers to the area, the rule of thumb in Anza is “Don’t plant until after Mother’s Day”. That is, unless you want to take the chance of having to replant after the snow […]

Volunteer income tax assistance is fueling the economy

RIVERSIDE – Across the country, Volunteer Income Tax Assistance programs assist low-income communities in preparing their taxes for free and help them take advantage of wealth-building tax credits. To mark the occasion, Community Action Partnership of Riverside County would like to highlight the services and impact of the volunteers who provide tax assistance through VITA. […]

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