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  • Valley News
    Temecula Councilmember Maryann Edwards, along with Temecula California Highway Patrol commander Capt. Karyn Mentink, Temecula Police Chief Lisa McConnell, Temecula Fire Chief Jodi Gray and 90-year-old National Cowgirl Hall of Famer and Temecula resident Pat Ommert, waves to the crowd from The Horsewomen of Temecula’s decorated wagon during ...
  • Valley News
    Beginner instruction starts at 6 p.m. and the dance floor opens up at 7 p.m. for three hours of free dancing. Bel Vino Winery is at 33515 Rancho California Road in Temecula. Call (951) 676-6414 or visit www.belvinowinery.com‎. Recover and refresh at Akash Vineyard and Winery’s Yoga and Wine event Saturday morning, Jan. 11. Valley News ...
  • ABC 10 News
    The winter meeting will include legislative-chaired sessions on tribal and commercial casinos, responsible gaming, and more; master classes on sports betting and tribal-state compacting, and a tour of the Pechanga Resort Casino in Temecula. RELATED: Sports betting becomes legal in several states ahead of football season ``The participation and ...
  • Valley News
    For $10, guests can enjoy a glass of Cougar wine and all the popcorn they can eat. The next night, the battle begins. It’s all part of Cougar’s goal of producing quality Italian varietals in Temecula Wine Country, Buffington said. “That was the whole point of doing what we’re doing, is to do what is in Italy in Southern California ...
  • HoopsHype
    “He is as perfect a basketball player that I’ve ever seen,” Barefield said. “We all know he’s going to be in the NBA. When he picks up weight and if he’s on the right team, he could be ...
  • Valley News
    “This is my second one. I had some wonderful people who pointed me to the spot where I opened.” Pankratova said Temecula Valley Wine Country reminds her of Tuscany. The shopping center where her gallery is located has undergone quite a few changes and continues to evolve as the owners turn the center into more of an “upscale art ...
  • Valley News
    Here are the Southwestern League’s fall sports honors for the 2019 season: Most Valuable Player: Brody Hughes, Temecula Valley, Sr. Most Valuable Players, Offense: Robert Coleman, Vista Murrieta, Sr.; Taliq Brown, Murrieta Valley, Sr. Most Valuable Player, Defense: Tyreese Shakir, Vista Murrieta, Sr. Outstanding Linemen: JayMax Jacobsen ...
  • Valley News
    Due to inclement weather, the softball game between The Creative Bar of Murrieta and 60 Grit Studios of Temecula was rescheduled to Sunday, Jan. 12. The game will start at noon at the Cal Oaks Sports Park, 40600 California Oaks Road, in Murrieta for a friendly, yet highly competitive game of softball. The softball game is about more than just ...
  • Valley News
    The Valley News is made up of local residents dedicated to keeping our communities up-to-date with local issues. Since 2001, we've covered Temecula, Murrieta, Lake Elsinore, Wildomar, Winchester, Menifee, Hemet, and San Jacinto.
  • YAHOO!
    According to Joe Alcorn, M.S., D.V.M. of Care Animal Hospital in Temecula, California, the most common sign your dog has over-extended himself is panting—and panting heavily. If your dog can't seem to catch his breath, then Alcorn recommends letting him recover for five to 10 minutes—or until he resumes breathing normally—before ...
  • The Undefeated
    TEMECULA, Calif. — It’s nearing the end of practice, but Evan Mobley is dialed in. The No. 1 high school basketball prospect in the Class of 2020 doesn’t show a lot of emotion, so it’s hard to tell. But his coaches and teammates at 11th-ranked Rancho Christian know what to look for: a block party. As an opposing guard blows by a ...
  • Mercury News
    The startup that rents experience packages and oddball household items plans to expand its “store-within-a-store” concept to more locations.
  • Valley News
    TEMECULA – Avison Young, the world’s fastest-growing commercial real estate services firm, announced that it has completed the $9.35 million sale of a 102,320-square-foot industrial distribution and warehouse building located at 40761 County Center Drive in Temecula. Avison Young Principal Stan Nowak and vice president Cody Lerner ...
  • Valley News
    In addition to helping to control homelessness, spaying and neutering companion animals may have medical and behavioral benefits. Valley News/Courtesy photo TEMECULA – Animal overpopulation is a concern that affects the well-being of pets. The ASPCA said letting animals reproduce unchecked can lead to pet homelessness that results in millions ...
  • Valley News
    Doug Damewood of Temecula with his dog Atlas says his New Year’s resolution is, “To eat healthier.” Editor’s note: Each week Valley News wants to know what readers think about everything from day to day living to the politically charged environment that we live in today. In an effort to hear what our community has to say, Valley News is ...

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