Billionaire environmentalist Tom Steyer joins Eduardo…

Tom Steyer, the billionaire philanthropist and Democratic Party donor, took a break from trying to impeach President Donald Trump on Friday to visit the eastern Coachella Valley and learn about the water quality issues plaguing the region's residents. Assemblyman Eduardo… Read full article at The Desert Sun

Cindy Zepeda smiles seated on gym floor

Four years ago, a freshman at Palm Springs High School named Cindy Zepeda told the wrestling coach, Jacob Custer, that she wanted to try wrestling. There was no girls' wrestling team, but she figured learning a few wrestling moves would… Read full article at The Desert Sun

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Menifee’s Heritage High School stages games…

Students at Menifee’s Heritage High School battled it out Friday, March 29, in several Olympics-styled events. The athletic efforts were for a good cause — supporting the Menifee Valley Community Cupboard food pantry. To take part, students donated canned goods. Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Community mourns the loss of 8-year-old…

The blue ribbons wrapped around trees, posts and poles lining Temescal Canyon Road once symbolized the Corona community’s collective hope that young Noah McIntosh, 8, would find his way home. Now those same blue ribbons, Noah’s favorite color, represent loss… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Hannah Tudor stands in gym during student rally

Murrieta Valley’s Hannah Tudor recognized as…

The second local finalists selected as a Varsity Brands School Spirit Award contender is Murrieta Valley High School senior Hannah Tudor. Last week the Valley News recognized Murrieta Mesa Athletic Director John Broussard, who is up for the Varsity Brands… Read full article at The Valley News

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TVCC names February students of the…

TEMECULA – Temecula Valley Unified School District announced Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce's February 2019 Students of the Month, including Andres Barrera of Chaparral High School, Chloe Bell-Beguin of Great Oak High School, Benjamin Coleman of Linfield Christian High School,… Read full article at The Valley News

Charlotte Myers standing in a field of poppies

Temecula 8th Grader Wins National Scholastic…

RIVERSIDE COUNTY, CA -- Charlotte Myers, an 8th grader at Temecula Preparatory School, has been honored with the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards' highest national award - a Gold medal- in the Journalism category for her critical analysis of the… Read full article at Patch.com

Herbert Hoover Elementary School teacher awarded…

INDIO, Calif. - Mrs. Janna Jess was selected as KESQ's One Class At A Time winner for the month of March. Jess plans on using the $500 award, sponsored by Walter Clark Legal Group, to buy classroom books for her… Read full article at KESQ News