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To further foster water supply planning efforts and engage community stakeholders in preparation for drought emergencies in the future, Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District received $115,000 to expand its drought contingency plan. The funding, which was made available through the U.S. Department of the Interior Bureau of Reclamation, will allow EVMWD to address several factors to sustain water supply security and reliability within the region over the next several years. Comment?
A fire that broke out today, Thurs., August 13, in a Wildomar home caused thousands of dollars in damage, though most of the property was saved. The non-injury blaze was reported shortly after 9 a.m. in the 33200 block of Loquat Street, just off Interstate 15, according to the Riverside County Fire Department. Comment?
Ray Anderson, 60, of Murrieta, seen here competing in the 2014 AAU Feats of Strength Outdoor World Championships in Laughlin, NV will be bringing this type of competition to Wildomar the first weekend of May. Courtesy Photo Ray Anderson , the founder and owner of Maxt Sports Academy in Murrieta has joined together with the Amateur Athletic Union to hold an upcoming Strength Sports Festival at his new location in Crossfit Inland valley, located at 24335 Prielipp Road, Ste 120, in Wildomar on Saturday and Sunday, May 2 and 3. Anderson, who has been a certified personal and sports performance trainer for the past 40 years, and has set multiple world records for lifting, will be on hand to help guide, instruct and compete in this unique event. Comment?
With an overall winning record of 29 wins and 12 losses, Jeff DeLand from Wildomar took first place in the 2014 Prep Pigskin Pick'em Challenge, winning the Journey at Pechanga Golf Package. DeLand is pictured with Scott Mallory, director of golf at Journey at Pechanga. Comment?
"Some a**h*** note passer robbed my Golden Spoon tonight," the business owner Dave DeNuccio told Valley News. "Everyone is fine, According to a general broadcast on the Murrieta Police scanner, the alleged suspect is a hispanic male, wearing a gray hat. Comment?
Members of the Joint Powers Authority voted to declare a recent audit of Animal Friends of the Valley incomplete and delay renewing the contract between the two agencies during a special meeting held on Thursday Feb. 4. The move comes about following a county report that highlighted shortcomings in the way nonprofit runs its business. AFV currently provides a full range of sheltering services to the cities of Lake Elsinore, Canyon Lake, Wildomar, Murrieta and Temecula. Comment?
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