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A 2-year-old boy who was in the hospital for two weeks after falling into a Hemet-area pool has died. Zayden Wilson was pronounced dead at 4:20 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 12 at Loma Linda University Children's Hospital, the Riverside County Coroner's Office said. Comment?
A family is holding out hope for a healthy recovery of a toddler who fell into a Hemet-area pool last week. Zayden Wilson, 2, remained hospitalized at Loma Linda University Medical Center on Monday, Feb. 6. His mother, Anza resident Heather Wilson, has been keeping loved ones up to date on social media. Comment?
Spirit of the Community Award: Abby's Cafe, Allen Tires, Back's Automotive, Powerhouse Gym, Great Clips, Rose Salgado and The Grove Theater. Spirit of Service Award: Darrell Connerton, Edward Dvorak, Melody and Leo Pagliei, Pastor Tom Hughes and staff at 412 Church, Pastor Randy Jones and staff at Valle Vista Assembly of God, and Pastor Jeff Johnson and staff at San Jacinto Assembly of God. Comment?
Two music concerts at Hemet High School this week will not only be the final performance for some 20 graduating seniors, but they will be the final shows for choral music instructor Bonnie Pumphrey, who is retiring after more than 40 years as an educator. "I got my first job as an elementary general music teacher in 1970 at the school where I attended elementary ," Pumphrey said. Comment?
The unrelated incidents Monday night and early Tuesday claimed the lives of a 17-year-old boy and a 35-year-old man in Hemet, and another 35-year-old man outside city limits in the Valle Vista area. "This is appalling, what happened this week," said Hemet resident and businessman Howard Rosenthal. 2 comments
Kris Jensen, Hemet's public works director, was able to drink that all-important morning cup of coffee, thanks to a portable generator, when power was out Friday, May 29. San Jacinto Valley eastsiders needing a caffeine buzz learned a priority of disaster preparedness during Friday's Great Coffee Outage. A pre-dawn substation outage sent 20,000 residents of East Hemet and Valle Vista scrambling -- many for coffee fixes -- until the electricity returned before 2 p.m. Steve Covington was happy to see power was on at his Downtown Deli and Coffee Co. Comment?
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