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San Jacinto: Brush fire quickly contained
A five-acre brush fire was quickly contained Saturday evening, May 25, at Palm Avenue and 11th Street in San Jacinto.
Fri May 24, 2013
'Helpful Honda Guys' Give Away Free Gas To Honda Drivers Across SoCal
The Helpful Honda guys are at it again . . . this time surprising drivers with free gas Friday and on Memorial Day! The carmaker, looking to reward its loyal customers, will tweet and post Facebook messages Friday and Monday detailing locations across the Southland where free gas will be given away.
HEMET: Students create video about life in community
Ramona Elementary third-grader Jonathan Martinez, 9, thanks sponsors who helped students at Ramona Elementary who created a video about life in Hemet as teacher Nancy Julian watches on Thursday, May 23.
HEMET: City Council to discuss budget
City of Hemet Finance Director Rita Conrad will lead a budget workshop at the City Council meeting Tuesday, May 28 City leaders have been saying they are facing an anticipating a $2.7 million budget shortfall in the coming 2013-14 fiscal year.
EDUCATION: School rankings show mixed results
Students at Margarita Middle School work during class in Temecula on May 15. Margarita has been among the best schools in the state, according to annual school rankings.
San Jacinto Valley: Dozens arrested in two sweeps
Sixteen people were arrested Thursday, May 23, in the latest gang task force sweep in the San Jacinto Valley, mostly targeting people with parole violation and drug possession warrants.
IDYLLWILD: Yard sale treasure hunt bonanza starts now
Let the shopping begin. Friday, May 24, is the beginning of my favorite yard/estate sale weekend of the year in Idyllwild in the San Jacinto Mountains.
Thu May 23, 2013
HEMET: News Express publishes final issue
Much of the information from the publication will continue to be published, it just will be moved to the Local Extra section each Thursday.
Wed May 22, 2013
HEMET: Lost tortoise alert
The big tortoise belongs to heartbroken Ginny Packham, a longtime obstetrics nurse at Hemet Valley Medical Center.
Tue May 21, 2013
HEMET: Gunman robs Valle Vista Liquor
A gunman escaped after robbing a liquor store clerk in the Hemet-area community of Valle Vista, sheriff's officials say.
HEMET: Anime class Saturday at library
A free beginner's class on how to draw anime will be offered from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday, May 25, at the Hemet Public Library.
Idyllwild Town Crier Online
Assemblyman Brian Jones' mobile office in Hemet Wednesday, May 22
Share/BookmarkThe District Office of Assemblyman Jones has just announced his mobile office hours in Riverside County on May 22.
Mon May 20, 2013
KESQ-TV Palm Desert
Woman punches cop, tries to steal his TASER
A San Jacinto woman was arrested Saturday night after allegedly making "terrorist threats" aimed at a roommate and her family members.
HEMET: Group hopes to improve Harvard Street
Steve Covington and Patricia Yepremian talk near a planter that was put in outside the Harvard BrickYard Bar and Grill in an effort the beautify Harvard Street in downtown Hemet.
Inland Empire: Water district announces poster contest winners
Eastern Municipal Water District Board President Phil Paule and General Manager Paul Jones stand with the five winners from the 2013 Student Poster Contest an award ceremony at EMWD's Perris-based headquarters on Thursday, April 25, 2013.
Sun May 19, 2013
Army Pvt. Kyle Alcarez has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson in South Carolina.
9 injured in head-on crash
Nine people were injured, three seriously, in a head-on collision at Highway 74 and Winchester Road west of Hemet late Saturday, May 18.
Casey Abrams: Concert at Hemet Theatre in pictures
The Saturday, May 19, Casey Abrams concert at the Hemet Theatre produced lots of great music captured in pictures by readers, including exceptional shots by Eric Galletta of Park Hill Music Group.
Sat May 18, 2013
NBC Los Angeles
Rock Climber Falls 150 Feet, Dies, at Tahquitz Rock
Tahquitz Rock, also known as Lily Rock, is a popular destination for rock climbers, one of whom died there on Friday, May 17, 2013.
HEMET: Traffic signal coming at Sanderson and Thornton
The City Council voted unanimously in favor of the project as part of the consent calendar at its meeting Tuesday, May 14.