Your Life in Photos

Your Life in Photos

Every week, the Anza Valley Outlook gives locals the opportunity to share their captured moments with others. From birthday parties and graduations, to landscapes and wildlife, Anza Valley Outlook is looking for photos of all sorts. Those who would like to submit a photo(s) with an accompanying caption(s) should send them to anzaeditor@reedermedia.com. With spring […]

Twice as big

In Anza, there are many varieties of animals. This variety extends to even some of the same species. For example, there are two different types of quail in different parts of what I will call Anza. There are the valley quail, which are most prevalent and then there are the mountain quail. Recently I had […]

2016, a year in review

2016, a year in review

In the Anza Valley Outlook, we highlight events and happenings in the community throughout the year in effort to build open communication and community pride. There is a rhythm to that and yet life is new and different, good and bad ever-changing throughout the years. Some of the big news this year was the opening […]

UPDATED: EAST HEMET: Suspect killed in officer-involved shooting after vehicle pursuit ID’d

UPDATED: EAST HEMET: Suspect killed in officer-involved shooting after vehicle pursuit ID’d

UPDATE: 12/20/2016 5:45 p.m. With coroner’s release of information EAST HEMET – Officials from the Riverside County Coroner’s Office have identified the man killed in this morning’s officer involved shooting as Nick Hamilton, 31, of Anza. Coroner’s officials listed the time Hamilton was shot as 2:04 a.m. He was pronounced dead by paramedics nine minutes later, […]

77-year-old Anza motorcyclist killed in Temecula head-on collision

TEMECULA – Paul Elmore,  77, of Anza was killed in a head-on traffic collision Saturday, July 16. The accident occurred at 6:44 p.m. near the intersection of Rainbow Canyon Road, about one-half mile south of Bay Hill Drive, in  Temecula, according to sheriff officials. Emergency first responders rushed to the location after Riverside County emergency dispatchers […]

The case of the snake

Years ago in Anza, California, I had an occasion to be sitting with a friend on a couple of chairs at the back of my home enjoying the afternoon. This elderly friend of mine and I were conversing as usual about nearly everything from cloud patterns to the United States state of affairs. As we […]

A ‘Watcha Call It’

Long ago in Anza California, I as a kid saw what I thought was a beautiful tree. Was it a tree or a tall bush? I said it was a tree because it sometimes grew to 15 or so foot tall. I really liked the look of the tree. It had a long curvy trunk […]

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