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  • The Desert Sun
    Retired Coachella Valley sheriff's deputy among suspects in Temecula prostitution sting Ron Dye was a Riverside County sheriff's deputy from 1969 to 2004. He retired as a chief deputy sheriff. Check out this story on desertsun.com: https://www.desertsun.com/story/news/crime_courts/2020/01/16/former-she…-temecula ...
  • Valley News
    Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Emily Falappino sits at her desk inside the chamber offices in Temecula. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo Growing up, Emily Falappino shuffled around, living in and outside the Temecula Valley for many years. “I went between this little cow town called Temecula in the 1980s, and if I wasn ...
  • Patch
    Ron Dye, 72, was taken into custody at 3:38 p.m. near the intersection Jefferson Street and Overland Drive in Temecula.
  • Valley News
    Valley News/Jeff Pack photo Since 2014, Gershon Bachus Vintners has been making its wines in a kosher-style, paying homage to the namesake the winery on the De Portola Trail in Temecula Wine Country. Gershon Bachus is the grandfather of Kenny Falik ...
  • Valley News
    Valley News/Visit Temecula Valley photo Visit Temecula Valley, in partnership with the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce and Visit California, is currently promoting Temecula Valley Restaurant Month which features the classic hamburger for January. “Burgers are one of the top menu items people love to order when they travel, and we have ...
  • Valley News
    TEMECULA ─ It’s the New Year and time for resolutions and aspirations. Whether residents’ goals are to try new things, exercise more, meet new people or get in touch with their artistic side – the Temecula Community Services Department has a class ...
  • The San Bernardino Sun
    San Bernardino’s police chief and assistant chief will start making as much as law enforcement leaders in cities such as Thousand Oaks, Torrance and Temecula, whose per capita and average household incomes dwarf those here. Council members Theodore Sanchez, Sandra Ibarra, Juan Figueroa, Henry Nickel and Bessine Richard approved 9% pay raises ...
  • Valley News
    TEMECULA – The Elizabeth Hospice invites individuals interested in helping adults and children impacted by serious illness and those grieving the death of a loved one to a free volunteer orientation session Tuesday, Jan. 28, from 1-2:30 p.m. at The Elizabeth Hospice office, 27720 Jefferson Ave., Suite 200, in Temecula. Attendees will learn ...
  • The Press-Enterprise
    it is my hope therapists can help their patients by making their offices a safe place where minors can talk openly and freely about very personal decisions including sexuality. It is my personal observation our culture and profession are still struggling with this issue. Mitchell Rosen is a licensed therapist with practices in Corona and Temecula.
  • Los Angeles Daily News
    Local wrestlers stood out in some of the best Southern California wrestling tournaments before heading into league meets.
  • KESQ News
    A former Riverside County Sheriff's Department Chief Deputy Sheriff who served in the Coachella Valley was arrested in a prostitution sting operation in Temecula last week. Ron Dye, 72 ...
  • Patch
    TEMECULA, CA — A check on a "suspicious vehicle" in Temecula Monday led to the arrest of suspected identity thieves, according to the Riverside County Sheriff's Department. Anthony Carreon, 39, of Temecula,
  • Valley News
    SLIPPERY ROCK, Penn. – Kyle Bowser from Temecula has been named to the Slippery Rock University dean’s list for the fall 2019 semester. The dean’s list consists of Slippery Rock University undergraduate students who earned an adjusted semester GPA of ...
  • Valley News
    TEMECULA – Do you want a promising career that does not require a four-year degree? Take this opportunity to learn about the many options during the teen program, “Exploring Technical Careers,” Tuesday, Jan. 21, from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at the Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library, 30600 Pauba Road, Temecula. Join Beth Bowles of Mt.
  • Valley News
    TEMECULA – National FFA Organization students from Saint Jeanne de Lestonnac Catholic High School are hosting 200 schools from the region to talk about agricultural and sustainability-related issues. The judges, who are local chamber of commerce representatives, will evaluate the students in five different sections: The FFA Creed, Job ...

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