Congressman Raul Ruiz, M.D. (CA-36) secured federal funding from the Bureau of Reclamation to modernize water infrastructure and improve access to clean water for Banning residents. The award benefits the City of Banning’s Pressure Zone Separation and Water Loss Reduction Project, which will help save more than 100 acre-feet of water per year and decrease water losses by 47 percent.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced today their support for the Suicide Prevention 988 expansion initiative, a new national three-digit emergency telephone number to access crisis call centers across the country for suicide prevention and mental health services, including the Veterans Crisis Line, by July 2022.
A week ago in his column entitled "Erasing History," Justin Collins quite rightly chided the local Republicans for not having a telephone number available for those who have questions. Let me say that we, as Hemet San Jacinto Republicans, agree with him and, at our last board meeting, took action on this.
“Oh, say can you see” opens the Star Spangled banner”. The history of our current National Anthem started in 1814. Francis Scott Key, an attorney, slave owner and amateur poet was witness to the shelling of Fort McHenry in Baltimore, Maryland from a nearby ship.
Saturday, June 27th, 2020, information obtained during this lengthy missing person/homicide investigation has led to the arrest of three suspects in connection with the murders of Audrey Moran and Jonathon Reynoso.
On June 15, the 200-room hotel at the Soboba Casino Resort reopened at 50% capacity with some adjustments to its prior practices. Staff is developing a timeline to gradually increase the occupancy levels as things change in the guidance procedures they are closely following.
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