All invited to upcoming Temecula “Free Comic Book Day Vol. 6”

TEMECULA — Comic book enthusiasts throughout the Temecula valley and beyond are invited to join SoCal Games & Comics for an “epic,” 3-hour event this May 4, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library, at 30600 Pauba Road, in the City of Temecula. LEADING THE RCNS HEADLINES: Kicked and beaten, RPD officer hospitalized by […]

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Jodie Gray appointed as City of Temecula’s Fire Chief

TEMECULA — Temecula Mayor Mike Naggar together with CAL FIRE/Riverside County Fire Chief Shawn Newman welcome Jodie Gray as newly appointed Fire Chief for the City of Temecula. Mayor Naggar states, “Chief Gray is committed to providing the highest level of fire protection to Temecula citizens and businesses.” Naggar added, “She has 28 years of exemplary fire service and experience […]

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Hemet PD’s K-9 “River” boasts busy month of “sniffing out” bad guys, guns

HEMET — According to Hemet PD, no matter where they go or what they are doing, citizens always want to know about the department’s K-9s and their handlers. Hemet PD’s K-9 Team includes Team Supervisor Sgt. Derek Maddox, whose K-9 companion “Rosco” was recently retired from active service, Officer Andrew Reynoso and “Duke,” and Det. Benjamin and “River,” who joined […]

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Supporters of Burney Library move await ShasCo BOS’s approval

BURNEY — After years of planning, fundraising, and hard work spearheaded by Friends of the Intermountain Libraries Inc., the tiny mountain community of Burney could soon see the town’s small library move from its current, one-room location on Siskiyou St. to a newer, more modern, and much larger building, centrally located downtown on Main St. The decision whether or not […]

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Temecula’s Novel Knights Teen Book Club to discuss “Everything, Everything”

TEMECULA — Teen fans of the 2015 book “Everything, Everything”, which was later turned into a box-office hit of the same name in 2017, are invited to join Temecula’s Novel Knights Teen Book Club next March for a “fun discussion” about the book and its subject. LEADING THE RCNS HEADLINES: UPDATE: Body of missing Idyllwild man, 62, found Unborn child […]

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RUSD asks all parents & students to participate in homework survey

RIVERSIDE COUNTY — Riverside Unified School District has asked that all parents with students who attend any of the district’s 50 school facilities participate in the District’s “Homework Practices Survey.” The survey was designed to help District administrators address “opportunity and achievement gaps” that exist within its schools. LEADING THE RCNS HEADLINES: Man killed trying to rescue dog from Hwy […]

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Redding PD’s UAV’s prove critical during major incidents

REDDING — Like many other law enforcement agencies its size, Redding Police Department does not have its own aviation unit or helicopters. Instead, the department relies heavily on assistance from CHP’s Northern Division Aerial Operations, which provides aerial support for 13 counties throughout northern California. Because of the vast area CHP’s Air Ops covers, much needed help from above is […]

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Hemet man’s kindness praised after helping young mom

HEMET — One man’s quick decision to help out a young mom after her vehicle got a flat tire has people from throughout the San Jacinto Valley and beyond praising the good Samaritan for his generosity and random act of kindness. After hearing the woman’s truck tires were so bald she needed four new tires – a $1,400 expense which […]

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Riverside’s 2019 State of the City Address to highlight Mayor Bailey’s vision to “Elevate Riverside”

RIVERSIDE — Riverside Mayor Rusty Bailey is encouraging the community to join him in discussing ways they can come together to “Elevate Riverside” during his seventh State of the City address at Riverside Convention Center, Thursday, Jan. 24. During a VIP Reception that will follow the address, sponsors and registered attendees will have the opportunity to enjoy hors d’oevres while rubbing […]

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All invited to tomorrow’s 26th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. 5K Walk-A-Thon

RIVERSIDE — The community is invited to come out for tomorrow’s 26th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. 5K Walk-A-Thon in the city of Riverside. The Monday, Jan. 21 event will feature booths, entertainment, performances, and a contest for the organization with the most number of walkers. The theme of this year’s event is “Walking for Peace and Justice” and […]

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