Monthly Archives: December, 2019

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Competition is Heating up Midway through the Basketball season

In the Boys division, Citrus Hill has found themselves on top with a 6-4 record. Beaumont is right behind them with a 7-5 record. West Valley is in third place, their record 5-8. Behind them is San Jacinto High: they have 3 wins and 6 losses on the season so far. Hemet is sitting with a 3-7 record. Tahquitz is in the back of the division with a 0-11 record.

Valley stunned by death of two beloved leaders

A loss of any kind at any time, is hard to take. A loss of the life of a beloved community leader is even harder to take. Losing two such leaders…both healthy just days before their deaths, and losing them in the closing days of the holiday season

Ho Ho Home Instead

Hundreds and hundreds of caring volunteers joined Home Instead owners Jason and Debbie Baker and family to celebrate the, “Be a Santa to a senior”


The new year marks a new beginning as well, and with it, we are blessed to have a new mayor, Mayor Russ Brown in Hemet, and a new mayor in San Jacinto, Mayor Andrew Kotyuk. We were blessed several years ago with a new president and yet, disparate, divisive voices sought to divide our country instead of unite it. I find, unfortunately, the same thing happening here at home in our own cities of San Jacinto and Hemet.

He can do anything you can , just from a wheel chair

His mother had to sign a wavier for him to enlist in the United State Navy boot camp in Great Lakes Illinois. He went on to be stationed at the long Beach Naval Base and did three tours overseas at Western Pacific Deployment as a 3rd class Engine-man on board the U.S.S. Cayuge. He received an honorable discharge October 11, 1988.


US speeds up Abrams tank delivery to Ukraine war zone

The Pentagon is speeding up its delivery of Abrams tanks to Ukraine, opting to send a refurbished older model that can be ready faster, with the aim of getting the 70-ton battle powerhouses to the war zone by the fall, the Pentagon said Tuesday.

Biden signs measure nullifying DC criminal code revisions

President Joe Biden on Monday signed into law legislation nullifying the recent overhaul of the District of Columbia criminal code, but the fight between Congress and local lawmakers is continuing.

Los Angeles schools shut down as staff strike for better pay

Thousands of service workers backed by teachers began a three-day strike against the Los Angeles Unified School District on Tuesday, shutting down education for a half-million students in the nation’s second-largest school system.

Trump’s potential indictment caps decades of legal scrutiny

For 40 years, former President Donald Trump has navigated countless legal investigations without ever facing criminal charges. That record may soon come to an end.