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A motorcycle veered off state Route 74 and rolled down a hillside in the Hemet area, fatally injuring its rider, the California Highway Patrol reported Wednesday, July 27. The crash took place about 7:30 p.m. Wednesday on eastbound SR 74 near Bee Canyon Truck Trail, close to mile marker 49, according to the CHP. The rider died at the scene, according to the CHP, which released no information on victim pending family notification. Comment?
Eastern Municipal Water District has released its 2015 Consumer Confidence Report, which provides customers with useful and important information about the sources and quality of EMWD's drinking water, as well as regulations and programs that protect public health. EMWD continued to provide customers consistently high quality drinking water throughout 2015, and met or surpassed all drinking water quality standards established by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and regulated by the California State Water Resources Control Board. Comment?
The Hemet Unified School District Board of Trustees plan to adopt the 2017-18 and 2018-19 proposed budgets and LCAP plans at their June 21 regular board meeting and submit them to the Riverside County Office of Education by the June 30 deadline. The board met June 7 and conducted a public hearing on the proposed budget and Local Control and Accountability Plans that must eventually be seen and signed by the Governor by June 30. Presenting the budget proposal were Assistant Superintendent Vincent Christakos and Pam Boukout, director of fiscal services. Comment?
A 3.2 earthquake was reported last night at just after 11 p.m. near Hemet, California according to the USGS. The quake registered III on the Did You Feel It? scale on the USGS website. Comment?
Time to saddle up and pull out your jogging clothes. Menifee is slated to begin construction on a 16-mile trail in 2018 that will reach from Goetz Road to State Street and Champion in Hemet. Comment?
Jasmin Hernandez gets her first college student ID card on the first day of the spring 2016 semester at Mt. San Jacinto College's San Jacinto Campus. Comment?
Heading into 2016, Riverside County was bracing for the mixed blessings that El Nino may bring, looking for continued - albeit slower - economic expansion and hoping for a drop in crime. In November, the Board of Supervisors declared a local state of emergency to preemptively put resources in place to contend with the severe weather widely predicted for the region as the most intense El Nino weather pattern since 1997 developed in the Pacific. Comment?
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