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Temecula, California is located in Riverside County. Zip codes in Temecula, CA include 92589, 92593, and 92591. The median home price in Temecula is $417,000 which is roughly $181/per square foot. More Temecula information.

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1 hr ago | Patch.com

OP-ED: Temecula Teachers' Union Throws Weight Behind 2 Board Candidates

Temecula teachers are pleased to announce their support for two of the seven candidates running for TVUSD School Board. Last week, the Temecula Valley Educators Association interviewed all seven declared candidates individually seeking information about their perspective of the role of a board member and their vision for the district.

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3 hrs ago | The Press-Enterprise

TemeculaTEMECULA: Thousands expected for college fair Saturday

Thousands of area youngsters are expected to attend a College and Vocational Invitational at the mall that starts at 10 a.m. The city, in conjunction with the school district and the owners of the mall, has been presenting this event since 2009 and it's been getting bigger each year. The city is expecting more than 185 colleges, vocational schools, military institutions, and military branches to staff tables.

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5 hrs ago | Lake Elsinore Valley News

President of Ramona Tire in Temecula takes ALS Ice Bucket Challenge to a new level

It's sweeping the nation and after being called out to do the ice bucket challenge by some of his employees, Ramona Tire President, Dan Digby, decided to take the "bucket" portion of the challenge a step further. Digby not only accepted the challenge, but to did so in a fashion that he expects will be topped by others in the company.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

KESQ-TV Palm Desert

3.1 quake in San Jacinto

An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 3.1 shook San Jacinto today, but there were no immediate reports of damage or injuries. It registered as mild shaking from the Murrieta to Beaumont, and from Moreno Valley to Temecula, according to people who registered their reports on the USGS ``Did You Feel It'' website.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

The Press-Enterprise

MENIFEE: Scram, councilman tells pal as he tries to oust former business cohort from his ranch

Menifee City Councilman Tom Fuhrman is attempting to evict a resident of his Wooden Nickel Ranch who was a former business and political cohort. Fuhrman and ranch resident Roxann Thompson were in Riverside Superior Court in Temecula on Friday for a hearing on the eviction filing, called an unlawful detainer in legal terms.

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The Press-Enterprise

Heat wave to continue

The National Weather Service issued a heat advisory Friday that will extend through Monday, warning residents to avoid the outdoors, wear loose-fitting clothing and drink plenty of water. The high temperature in Lake Elsinore, the Inland area's hottest spot, is expected to be 106 degrees Saturday and then climb two degrees by Monday.

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The Press-Enterprise

HemetHEMET: Escaping the heat in mid-county

Music Beer Wine & Chili Festival with concert at Ramona Bowl, Hemet, 3-10 p.m. Saturday, $15 in advance on the website A http://www.ramonabowl.com/ A or $20 at the door. You may want to A brave the heat before sundown because last year they ran out of chili around 6 p.m. Daytime high is forecast at 102 degrees.

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Lake Elsinore Valley News

EMWD approves contract for Old Town sewer project

Eastern Municipal Water District's Board of Directors on Wednesday approved a contract with W.A. Rasic Construction Company for the construction of a new, parallel sewer system in Old Town Temecula. The new, 15-inch sewer system will run under the west side of Front Street and is necessary to increase capacity to meet the growth anticipated through Temecula's General Plan, including additional restaurants, shops and residential units.

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Lake Elsinore Valley News

Simulation offers glimpse in the lives of those less fortunate

Ever wonder what it's like to live in poverty? How to make the decision of paying for groceries or medical care, or what resources are available to help make ends meet during a tough financial time? The Poverty Simulation scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 16 should answer all these questions and more according to Richard Lemire, senior public information specialist with Community Action Partnership of Riverside County.

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Lake Elsinore Valley News

Big Rig fender bender causing afternoon back up on Winchester and Jefferson

There is heavy congestion both ways on Winchester Road at the Interstate 15 on/off ramp and has cars backed up for miles on Winchester and Jefferson due to a minor collision between two Big Rig trailers. The two Big Rigs have blocked the entire east bound lane on Winchester Road heading towards Temecula.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

The Press-Enterprise

Southwest InsiderTEMECULA: Relentless Brewing getting ready for grand opening

The company, which was founded last year by the Hess family, announced on its Facebook page that it is hoping to open up its tasting room on Avenida Alvarado in November. "We still have a ways to go for the tasting room.

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The Press-Enterprise

TemeculaGORDON JOHNSON: Changing with the times in Old Town Temecula

An iron worker, in an orange T-shirt and maroon hard hat, balances on a ladder, arc welder in hand. Sparks fly as he spot welds the metal framework for an awning that will provide shade for 1909, a new "mixology forward" establishment soon to open on Temecula's Front Street.

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Frankenmuth band to head to California as part of Temecula Film & Music Festival

A group of Frankenmuth teens head to the Golden State next week to take a shot at making their dreams come true. "Stevie Wonder will be there, yeah, there's gonna be a lot of big names there too, so that will be exciting.

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Lake Elsinore Valley News

Sale of historic Temecula hotel sets stage for new generations of guests, partygoers

The property holds many local artifacts and historically significant structures that for the most part have been relatively unseen to the general publ... Richard Beck, inside a Hotel Temecula hallway, views art work done by Leverne Parker. Leverne Parker lived in the hotel until she passed in 2004 at th... The historic Hotel Temecula on Main Street in Old Town Temecula.

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Christian Newswire

Christian, and Faith Film with NBA Legend Mike Glenn & Deaf & Hard of ...

Spirit of Love, the Mike Glenn story makes West Coast Premiere at the 18th Temecula International Film & Music festival Contact: Kathy Shipp, Film It Productions , 323-522-4179 TEMECULA, Calif., Sept. 12, 2014 / Christian Newswire / -- Director Darla Rae and Film It Productions returns to Temecula with their new award winning film Spirit of Love, the Mike Glenn story, starring NBA Legend mike "Stinger" Glenn.

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Lake Elsinore Valley News

Tour de Cure rescheduled for September 14in Temecula

On September 14, 2014 cyclists of all levels will join forces in an effort to stop diabetes at the Temecula Tour de Cure benefitting American Diabetes Association. Previously scheduled for May 17 in Del Mar, the race was cancelled due to wildfires that struck the region.

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Lake Elsinore Valley News

Media night gives sneak peek into popular festival

Kiersten Myers, 13, who attends Shivela Middle School in Murrieta, speaks about the film she wrote, directed and edited titled, 'Future Earth.' Her fi... Great Oak High School students from left: senior Sabrina Canoy, 2014 graduate Justin Ricafort and senior Matthew Perez.

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The Press-Enterprise

Movies-TVTEMECULA: 10 titles to watch at film festival

With around 155 films being screened over five days, there is a lot to see at the Temecula Valley International Film and Music Festival. The festival has shorts, documentaries, features, animation and foreign movies.

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Los Angeles Times

Housing price cuts point to a shift in Southland market

In Orange County, the region's most expensive market, about one-third of sellers have had to cut prices, according to real estate firm Redfin. Above, a home for sale in Huntington Beach.

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BroadwayWorld.com

the Untitled John Mayer Project Plays This Weekend at the Cabaret at The Merc

Featuring over 20 Grammy Award winner, John May er tunes, this original story of young love, road trips, heartbreak, and friendship springs to life for the first time in this intimate workshop production featuring a cast of actor/musicians and all-new arrangements by San Diego's own Leonard Patton. "Contrary to what you might think, this is not an autobiographical musical of John May er's life.

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