“Complete and carefree silliness” abound during Whittier’s “lunchtime shenanigans”

Whittier students engage in lunchtime dance and singing parties HEMET, Calif., — Asked what has been missing these past 18 months during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and public health crisis, Hemet Unified School District (HUSD) today told RCNS, “Complete and carefree silliness.” To help young students remember the importance of just having fun and being silly, one Hemet counselor at […]

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From the Bleachers – With Ron Mosher: Kids Cheer Camp, Updated Schedules for Local HS Sports

From the Bleachers – With Ron Mosher KID’S CHEER CAMP The Fall River High School cheerleaders will hold their annual kid’s cheer camp September 20-24 at the bleachers at Fall River Jr/Sr high school. The camp will be divided into two groups – Li’l Pups for ages 3-6 and Bullpups for ages 7-12, and both groups will meet daily from […]

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High hopes for Redding PD’s new Crisis Intervention Response Team (CIRT)

REDDING, Calif., — Redding Police Department yesterday announced the creation and implementation of the department’s Crisis Intervention Response Team (CIRT), a new unit created in partnership with Shasta County Public Health. Comprised of two police officers with advanced crisis intervention and mental health training, along with a mental health clinician from Shasta County Health and Human Services, the specialized team […]

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Long-time TVCC staff member Brooke Nunn named as new President and CEO

TEMECULA, Calif. — The Board of Directors of the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce today announced long-time Chamber employee Brooke Nunn has been appointed President and Chief Executive Officer following a comprehensive executive search. Nunn had been serving as Interim CEO since mid-June. “Brooke brings a thorough understanding of our chamber, its members and the community we serve,” said Al […]

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“Teens Teaching Tech” at Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library Begins in October

TEMECULA, Calif., — Struggling to figure out how to use your new device, but unsure where to get help? The first Tuesday of each month, the beloved Teens Teaching Tech program will return to the Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library (30600 Pauba Road) from 3:30pm – 5:30pm beginning Tuesday, October 5, 2021. LEADING THE RCNS HEADLINES: Series of San […]

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TVCC invites community to attend 15th annual Women in Business conference – “Leading with Intent”

TEMECULA, Calif., — The Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce (TVCC) will host the 15th Annual Women in Business Conference on Thursday, September 16, 2021, from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm in the stunning Summit Ballroom at Pechanga Resort & Casino. The event title sponsors are Abbott and Pechanga Resort & Casino. The TVCC would also like to recognize Business Partner, […]

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Religion Today: After 9/11, Some Found Healing by Helping

On the morning of 9/11, Courtney Castillo and his wife Erica, who now reside in Porterville, watched in disbelief as the United Airlines Flight 175 struck the South Tower of the World Trade Center. “We thought it had been an accident,” Erica recalls, “until we heard the roaring of the second plane.” SEE OTHER RECENT RELIGION TODAY ARTICLES: Religion Today: […]

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2nd Annual Murrieta Hilltop Festival set for tomorrow night – Friday, 9/10

MURRIETA, Calif., — The Murrieta Firefighters Association (MFA) was excited this week to announce the 2nd Annual Murrieta Hilltop Festival 2021 (MHF 2021). MHF 2021 is scheduled for Friday, September 10th, 2021, from 5pm-10pm, at Heritage Hill in Murrieta, CA. The Festival will include local breweries, wineries, food from Pete’s Firehouse BBQ and New Life Culinary Creations and will feature […]

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With big-name keynote speakers, inaugural Veterans First Fair a “huge success”

MENIFEE, Calif. — Featuring several special keynote speakers such as Riverside County Sheriff Chad Bianco, Grant Gausche, Director of Riverside County Department of Veterans Services, and Colonel John Black, Regional Affairs Officer at Camp Pendleton, this weekend’s first annual “Veteran’s First Fair” was a resounding success, with several hundred attending throughout the Saturday, Sept. 4th event. Held at MSJC’s Menifee […]

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