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  • Looking to volunteer? Its easier than you think
    published on Fri, 19 Dec 2014 21:54:19 GMT
    Volunteering is something that is available to everyone within the community, yet only a handful of Temecula Valley residents choose to volunteer. Whether it is a lack of information on where to volunteer or simply not knowing where to start, The Valley News has gathered information about volunteering in the local community that is designed to make it easier for those who would like to volunteer but aren't sure how to begin the process....
  • John HunnemanHUNNEMAN: Trying to make Christmas bright for 20,000
    published on Fri, 19 Dec 2014 20:31:52 GMT
    "We've got thousands of deliveries to make," said group-cofounder Denny Mighell. "And we've still got more names coming in."...
  • Temecula Valley Elks supports 'Hoop Shoot' winners
    published on Fri, 19 Dec 2014 07:31:00 GMT
    Temecula Valley Elks held their annual "Hoop Shoot" at the Temecula Recreation Center on Saturday, Dec. 6. The Temecula and Murrieta schools were invited to participate in the annual "Hoop Shoot" Competition. They sent their first, second and third place winners to the Temecula Valley Elks' competition....
  • Rich Rod adds three
    published on Thu, 18 Dec 2014 00:42:28 GMT
    Head coach Rich Rodriguez and the Arizona football program announced the addition of three players for the 2015 spring semester as part of junior college National Signing Day on Wednesday. Anthony Fotu is a defensive lineman from San Leandro, Calif....
  • Assistance League of Temecula Valley awards grants to local educators
    published on Sun, 14 Dec 2014 00:01:00 GMT
    Assistance League of Temecula Valley recently awarded teacher grants, in the amount of $750 each, to eight Murrieta Valley Unified School District teachers and 10 Lake Elsinore Unified School District teachers to help fund special classroom projects, activities or to help with specific classroom needs. This year the awards will be used to purchase classroom books and supplies, physical education equipment, music stands, drums and mini keyboards, help fund a marine science field trip to Catalina ...
  • Rich Rodriguez adds 3 junior-college players
    published on Wed, 17 Dec 2014 20:46:17 GMT
    Coach Rich Rodriguez and the Arizona football program announced the addition of three players for the 2015 spring semester as part of junior college national signing day on Wednesday. Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez adds 3 junior-college players Coach Rich Rodriguez and the Arizona football program announced the addition of three players for the 2015 spring semester as part of junior college national signing day on Wednesday....
  • Geraldine (Chittenden) Huff
    published on Wed, 17 Dec 2014 17:07:40 GMT
    She was born March 3, 1920, in Hays to Stanley and Myrtle Chittenden. She grew up on the Chittenden farm outside of Hays....
  • Arizona Wildcats add three JuCo players Wednesday
    published on Fri, 05 Dec 2014 08:00:00 GMT
    Anthony Fotu is a defensive lineman from San Leandro, Calif. Last season, for Laney College, he tallied 30 tackles, 4.5 tackles for loss, 2.5 sacks and two forced fumbles....
  • SCT&E LNG Receives Approval from the Department of Energy (Doe) to...
    published on Wed, 17 Dec 2014 16:00:00 GMT
    SCT&E LNG Receives Approval from the Department of Energy to Export 12 Million Tons Per Annum of Liquefied Natural Gas to Free Trade Countries from its $9.2 Billion Dollar Liquefaction Project in Southwest Louisiana Originally established by Southern California Telephone Company, a successful twenty-year, privately owned United States Public Utility Company, SCT&E LNG was created for the development of a Liquefied Natural Gas and Export Terminal. The SCT&E LNG project is currently mo...
  • Discovery Isle Child Development Center Donates Pajamas for Scholastic's Great Bedtime Story PJ Drive
    published on Tue, 16 Dec 2014 22:00:10 GMT
    Dec. 11 to celebrate the culmination of their pajama drive for children living in foster care. This is the fifth year Discovery Isle participated in the national drive, which is sponsored by Scholastic Book Clubs and the Pajama Program....
  • 'Ask a College Student' Event Planned in Temecula Valley
    published on Tue, 16 Dec 2014 01:42:31 GMT
    This event will take place on December 28, 2014 in Temecula from 2-4pm. Any student or parent is welcome to attend this FREE event....
  • Donor Receives Bust for Largest Contribution to Reagan Sports Park Monument
    published on Tue, 16 Dec 2014 00:27:59 GMT
    At a modest ceremony in Ronald Reagan Sports Park last week, a 22" bronze bust of President Ronald Reagan was presented to the Temecula Town Association in appreciation for making the largest single donation to the Reagan Can-Do Monument that now graces the park today. Kay Sterling, who with her husband John headed the group, received the bust, an exact copy of the bust portion of sculptor Chris Pardell's Reagan statue and Monument....
  • RiversideNutty about 'Nutcracker'
    published on Mon, 15 Dec 2014 18:58:01 GMT
    The sweeping score was composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky in 1892 and contains many songs that are used in movies, television and are widely recognizable. The desert will be kissed by holiday magic when the Moscow Classical Ballet performs "The Nutcracker" for one night at the McCallum Theatre....
  • BASKETBALL: Great Oak wins Nighthawk Classic in OT
    published on Sat, 13 Dec 2014 08:00:00 GMT
    Torin Webb scored nine of his 15 points in overtime and big Jacob Tryon blocked three shots in the extra period as Temecula Great Oak finally found a way to defeat a relentless Riverside La Sierra team and win the 22nd Nighthawk Classic, 70-63, Saturday night at Murrieta Valley High School. "We had to turn up the intensity," Webb said....
  • TemeculaTEMECULA: Library exhibits 'Faces of the World'
    published on Fri, 12 Dec 2014 08:00:00 GMT
    The portrait series, "Faces of the World, Part 2," by artist, Carol J. South, is on exhibit at the Grace Mellman Library in Temecula from through Jan. 8. South created the Part 2 series of portraits using oil, watercolor, or mixed media including "Malala," a tribute to the Pakistani school girl, the youngest Nobel Peace Prize recipient, who was shot by the Taliban for attending school. Other portraits depict people from the United States Southwest, India, Australian Outback, Arabian Peninsula, a...
  • Poway dominates Hawks Nest
    published on Sun, 14 Dec 2014 03:14:11 GMT
    Powerful Poway, armed with a handful of state-ranked wrestlers, dominated the inaugural Hawks Nest Invitational at Citrus Hill High School. Reaching the finals in all but two weight classes and notching wins in nine championship bouts, the four-time state champion Titans came up with a team-high 381 points....
  • Oak Grove of Murrieta receives donation from Truax Management Group
    published on Sat, 13 Dec 2014 23:43:00 GMT
    On Thursday, Nov. 20, about 20 challenged youths from the Oak Grove Center for Education Treatment and The Arts of Murrieta decorated the Truax Building in Old Town Temecula located at 41923 Second Street with handmade paintings. The Truax Building was built by the Truax Management Group, INC....
  • Food pantries seeking donations
    published on Sat, 13 Dec 2014 23:01:08 GMT
    The holiday season from Thanksgiving to New Years is one of the most giving times of the year. As Christmas approaches, the following food pantries have provided a list of items they still need for the holiday season....
  • Pearl Harbor survivors talk about attack that led America into war
    published on Sat, 13 Dec 2014 22:38:56 GMT
    Adolph Kuhn thanks his guardian angel every day for his continued good health at age 93 and for saving his life over a dozen times on Dec. 7, 1941, when the Japanese bombed the U.S. Pacific fleet in Pearl Harbor. "I had 19 close calls that day," he said....
  • Santas electric parade lights up Old Town Temecula
    published on Sat, 13 Dec 2014 22:38:09 GMT
    'American Idol' and 'X Factor' TV show contestant Caylie Gregorio of Temecula sings Christmas songs before the start of Santa's Electric Light Parade in Old Town Temecula. Kim Lang takes a picture of her daughter Carissa Lang, her two nephews Zayden and Ryker and Brandon Dove walking down Front St. before the start of the Christmas parade in Old Town Temecula on Dec. 5. CHS freshman Tiffany Serna performs with her flaming twirling baton during Santa's Electric Light Parade in Old Town Temecula o...