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State Senate: Special election set for Emmerson seat
A special election will be held next year to fill the Senate seat that Sen. Bill Emmerson, R-Redlands, relinquished by resigning.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
San Jacinto: Ledezma to serve as mayor in 2014
San Jacinto Councilman Scott Miller, left, Mayor Pro Tem Crystal Ruiz, Mayor Alonso Ledezma, his wife, Silvia Ledezma, Councilman Mark Bartel, Councilman Andrew Kotyuk, the Ledezmas' daughter, Jasmine, and son Alonso Jr. are seen at the Tuesday, Dec. 3, council meeting.
REGION: Gilman road to reopen for evening commute
It's day 45 and what every westward commuter from the San Jacinto Valley has been waiting for is happening sometime late this afternoon: Gilman Springs Road will reopen between Moreno Valley and San Jacinto.
West Valley JROTC busy in November
West Valley High School JROTC color guard members Shane O'Toole, Cameron Lawson, Samuel Smith and Marcus Jenkins presented colors at a recentl luncheon for theb area's Democratic Club.
San Jacinto: Man struck by vehicle; deputies call it assault
A pedestrian was struck by a vehicle in San Jacinto early Wednesday morning, Dec. 4, and Riverside County Sheriff's deputies are investigating the incident as an assault with a deadly weapon, authorities said.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
HEMET: Finding the reason for odd Thanksgiving fare
A canned sweet potato casserole topped with marshmallows was on the Thanksgiving menu at the home of Paul and Laura Anderson.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
San Jacinto: Pancake breakfast to benefit Ramona
The cowboys from "Ramona" will be among the participants at a fundraising breakfast for the Ramona Bowl on Dec. 8. A pancake breakfast to benefit the Ramona Bowl will be held from 7 a.m. to noon Dec. 8, at Golden Era Golf Course.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Soboba Indian Reservation: Annual toy drive ends Wednesday
There is one more chance to help the Soboba Gives Back community toy drive and get something for yourself, too.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
HEMET: Christmas parade to salute veterans
Members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Harbour Record post in San Jacinto ride in the 2012 Hemet Christmas Parade.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
HEMET: Eating odd Thanksgiving marshmallow-and-yams explained
Laura Anderson, who teaches second grade at Bautista Creek Elementary School in Hemet, witnessed the power of holiday tradition Monday, Nov. 25, while shopping in the Stater Bros.
HEMET: Lee Rocker brings rockabilly sound to theater
Lee Rocker will perform at the Historic Hemet Theater is a program hosted by Diamond Valley Arts Council on Dec. 7. The Historic Hemet Theater will be rocking to the rafters on Dec. 7 with the rockabilly sound of headliner Lee Rocker of the Stray Cats and Poor Man's Poison, a band with a unique country sound that combines country, folk and rock.
San Jacinto: Demolition of dilapidated structures begins
A 973 Caterpillar loader operator positions the equipment bucket to begin knocking down one of the delapidated structures on city-owned property on Kuhns Drive off State Street this week.
San Jacinto: VFW celebrates its post charter
Harbour-Record VFW Post 2266 will mark the San Jacinto post's charter anniversary on Saturday, Nov. 30. One of the post's namesakes is Perry Beamer Record, who was trained as a balloonist in the Army and served during World War I. This tintype hangs in the post.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
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Wild Horse Trail, Agua Tibia Wilderness
You are unlikely to encounter any horses, wild or tame, on this trail, but it offers a chance to hike through beautiful oak and sycamore-shaded canyons and lush chaparral that can be ablaze with color from late winter to spring and even into early summer in a wet year.
Back in the Day: Soboba Theater was unique cinema
Oscar Hofmann, one of the two men behind the building of the Soboba Theater in San Jacinto, circa 1930.
San Jacinto: Menorah lighting at local temple
The public is invited to attend a Hanukkah celebration at Temple Beth Am in San Jacinto at 5 p.m. Friday, Nov. 29. The holiday, also known as the Festival of Lights or Feast of Dedication, honors the freedom to worship.
San Jacinto: Soboba Foundation donates toward laptops, uniforms
Soboba Foundation has donated $25,000 toward the purchase of Google Chromebook computers for middle school math classes in San Jacinto, similar to the laptop pictured in use at Paloma Valley High School in Menifee.
HEMET: United Way collecting toys
United Way works with various local businesses, the Hemet Fire Department and Soboba Casino to collect new, unwrapped toys for local children ages 11 and younger.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
'Oliver Twist' Dec. 7 at Edward-Dean Museum & Gardens in Cherry Valley
Organizers at Edward-Dean Museum & Gardens in Cherry Valley are planning to host their first annual "Dickens at the Dean" Festival on Dec. 7, featuring a performance of "Oliver Twist."
Sat Nov 23, 2013
San Jacinto: Structure fire displaces elderly woman
Cal Fire/Riverside County firefighters responded to a residential structure fire at 655 E. Main Street in San Jacinto around 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 23. The first arriving engine company reported a single-wide mobile home, fully involved with fire.