Redding PD discusses the Neighborhood Police Unit and the vital role it plays

REDDING, Calif. — In spite of recent calls for defunding police departments across the country which have led the headlines for months, nationwide polls show that most Americans overwhelmingly agree that patrol officers are invaluable and an absolute necessity to ensure the safety and security of the residents they serve. However, with a seemingly never-ending stream of 911 calls, today’s […]

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Better late than never, SHASCOM dispatchers celebrate Appreciation Week in full fashion

SHASTA COUNTY, Calif. — Although the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and public health crisis delayed their participation of Dispatch Appreciation Week, which is normally celebrated the second week of April, SHASCOM employees pulled out all the stops and celebrated in full fashion last week. With this being October and with Halloween right around the corner, SHASCOM dispatchers celebrated every day from […]

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Going Green: Suburban Propane collaborates with U-Haul to offer renewable propane in California

CALIFORNIA — Suburban Propane Partners, L.P. (NYSE:SPH), a nationwide distributor of propane, fuel oil and related products and services, as well as a marketer of natural gas and electricity, has announced an agreement with U-Haul® to provide eco-friendly, renewable propane in California. Renewable propane, used to power over-the-road vehicles and forklifts, offers extremely low carbon emissions and is made using […]

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Simple survey released to help area leaders focus on local issues that impact you most

SHASTA COUNTY, Calif. — In an ongoing effort to best represent residents who live within her district, California’s 1st District Assemblywoman Megan Dahle is asking those who live within the areas she represents to fill out a quick and simple survey to help her determine the issues her constituents care about most. With the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and public health crisis-related […]

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WVHS students create online social events as Covid-19 pandemic continues

HEMET, Calif. — With online learning officially underway throughout the Hemet Unified School District and students, families, and staff becoming more familiar with it due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and public health crisis, Hemet Valley High School students have been getting their online education schedules down and are learning to navigate through “synchronous and asynchronous learning,” says HUSD spokesperson Alexandrea […]

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Single-tenant Starbucks drive-thru at Lake Elsinore Marketplace sells for $3.8M

LAKE ELSINORE, Calif. — Hanley Investment Group Real Estate Advisors, a nationally recognized real estate brokerage and advisory firm specializing in retail property sales, announced today that the firm has arranged the sale of a single-tenant Starbucks Drive-Thru at Lake Elsinore Marketplace, a 144,034-square-foot shopping center anchored by Costco, Lowe’s, Grocery Outlet, PetSmart and Dollar Tree. The sale price was […]

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Murrieta children’s author highlights “local remarkable women”

MURRIETA, Calif. — Having already released two books in her “Remarkable Reese” series, Murrieta resident, Lisa Wellcome – a preschool teacher and aspiring author of children’s books – is preparing to launch the third book in her series, titled, “Remarkable Reese: I Want to be a Firefighter!” In her Remarkable Reese children’s books, the main character, Reese – who was […]

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Temecula seeks applicants for 14 open public positions

TEMECULA, Calif. — The City of Temecula invites interested residents to apply for one position on the Community Services Commission, three positions on the Old Town Local Review Board, one position on the Planning Commission, two positions on the Public/Traffic Safety Commission and seven positions on the Race, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Commission. LEADING THE RCNS/SCNS STATE HEADLINES: Riverside DUI […]

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HUSD outlines ways it is ensuring Wi-Fi and Internet access for online learning

HEMET, Calif. — With the Covid-19 pandemic and public health crisis heading into its six month and school-aged children beginning a whole new way of online learning, schools across the nation have been scrambling to find new and innovative ways to provide quality, Internet-based educational access to their students. As schools slowly continue to re-open with never before addressed restrictions […]

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“My heart is heavy,” Bailey Park official says after recent vandalism

BURNEY, Calif. — Intermountain area residents this morning are fuming over a recent spat of vandalism that has once again struck Bailey Park in the small mountain community of Burney. Maintained by Tri County Community Network, but run strictly on volunteers and donations, Bailey Park is considered a favorite among the few parks available to area youth, and is located […]

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