OP/ED: High-Speed Rail gets millions while California burns & forestry projects get defunded

By Assemblywoman Megan Dahle (R-Bieber)October 16, 2020 The issue of wildfire is one California leaders have neglected for decades and only seem to pay attention to nowadays between the months of May through October, as year after year, our state is devastated by catastrophic fire. Since the beginning of 2020, there have been over 8,400 fires in California that have […]

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OP/ED: Saying there’s “room for improvement”, Menifee PD Chief discusses city’s traffic issues

Room for ImprovementBy: Menifee Police Chief Pat Walsh As we approach the end of our second month as the Menifee Police Department, I am happy to report our staff is performing exceptionally. The moral is high, the solve rate of crime is high and the support of the community is second to none. I have however noticed a trend that […]

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OP/ED: Educational choice is essential in the era of COVID-19 – CA Assemblywoman Megan Dahle

Submitted by Assemblywoman Megan Dahle As school districts in Los Angeles and San Diego have announced their continued closure through the coming fall semester, I am one of many concerned parents that fear this trend could spread statewide. The communities I represent in the First Assembly District overwhelmingly depend on schools to provide meals, care, and a safe place for […]

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Guest Writer Spotlight: Has social media become a catalyst for the spread of racism?

By Melissa Cartew   A few years back, no one would have imagined how social media would evolve to be what it is today – a powerful tool of interaction. People relied on one–on–one encounters or by calling via phones. Today, most communications are done online through emails and chats on social media platforms like Facebook, Whatsapp, Instagram, Twitter, Telegram, […]

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“4 million view milestone,” my pending move from RivCo and the future of RCNS

FIRST OF ALL…..THANK YOU TO ALL THOSE WHO ENJOY READING MY NEWS REPORTS AND STORIES!!!! I RECENTLY HIT MY 4 MILLION “UNIQUE VIEWS” MILESTONE GOAL!!!! <<<STAND BY FOR A TINY BIT OF BRAGGING AND SELF-CONGRATULATING – LOL>>> Having just finished my 19th month after creating Riverside County News Source, it is so impossible for me to fathom having my news […]

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OP/ED: A response to Hillary Clinton’s misogyny claims explaining her losing presidential bid

Guest Writer’s Spotlight: Maureen Noble In a recent MSN news article, “Hillary Clinton explains why she really lost to Trump“, Clinton cited a number of reasons explaining her loss to Donald Trump for the U.S. Presidency; largely citing these four factors for her defeat: – Russia. “A foreign power meddled with our election,” she said, labeling it “an act of aggression.” She […]

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OP/ED: Black Lives Matter organizer’s public response to my effort to unite our community

Taken from a thread on Black Lives Matter IE Facebook page: See original article here.   ATTENTION! A WORD OF WARNING FROM BLACK LIVES MATTER IE CONCERNING SATURDAY’S PROTEST! We have already expressed concern about the apparent planned action this Saturday involving shutting down the 60 freeway. Upon further investigation, it has come to our attention that this action is […]

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Yet another officer caught on camera – RAOK

HEMET – Sometimes it is easy to focus on all the bad things the news often shares about law enforcement officers. Many people forget or simply choose not to notice or acknowledge all the good things our local law enforcement professionals do to serve our community and assist our citizens. One recent small – but very touching – act by […]

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OP/ED – Recent Crime Statistics Facebook Post Explanation And Update

Trevor Montgomery Riverside County News Source I recently posted a picture showing all the crime reports I have written for Riverside County News Source in the last 60 days. The number of reports represented were not based on any statistical facts but primarily based on press releases provided from the involved agencies. Plus, there were a number of other, associated factors […]

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