Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians

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Soboba celebrates with sweets and hearts

Valentine’s Day brought out lots of pink and red hearts throughout the Soboba Indian Reservation as preschoolers to teenagers celebrated the extra sweet holiday on Feb. 14.

Soboba Tribal Preschool celebrates 100th day

The celebration of 100 days of instruction, marking the halfway point of the school year, has become a special event at Soboba Tribal Preschool and Feb. 5 was no exception. Surrounded by hundreds of everything, all lessons and even snacks were focused on this significant number.

Pickleball is served at Soboba Springs Golf Course

Soboba Casino Resort General Manager Jason Cozart said the idea to convert the tennis courts at Soboba Springs Golf Course into pickleball courts was spurred by the growth that the sport has seen across the country in recent years.

Soboba Fire starts off new year with a spark

In its efforts to continually find ways to improve services to the Soboba Indian Reservation and surrounding communities, the Soboba Fire Department has acquired a new state-of-the-art engine.

Punches & punchlines to land at Soboba Casino Resort

Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians | Contributed Live boxing is coming to the Soboba Casino Resort Event Center on Feb. 15 and it promises to...

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SoCal Rallies For Mountain Biker Seriously Injured In Murrieta Crash

MURRIETA, CA — More than $11,000 has been raised for a Southern California family hit last week by a terrible accident in Murrieta.

Unemployment Drops Across Inland Empire Amid Payroll Gains

Riverside County's unemployment rate dropped back below 5% last month amid payroll gains across most sectors of the regional economy, according to figures released Friday by the California Employment Development Department.

Riverside County Sheriff’s Deputy Shoots, Kills Man In Perris

RIVERSIDE COUNTY, CA — A man was shot and killed in Perris Monday by a Riverside County sheriff's deputy.

Retail crime ring loses 160 pallets of stolen goods, worth $1.4 million, in Riverside warehouse raid

A months-long investigation into an organized retail crime ring ended last week with the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department recovering 160 pallets of stolen merchandise — valued at about $1.4 million — from a warehouse, officials said Monday.