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Mother, unborn child killed in head-on collision

<strong>Mother, unborn child killed in head-on collision</strong>

Other driver jailed for suspected DUI, manslaughter ■ Dennis Fletcher / Contributed A 29-year-old San Jacinto mother and her unborn baby were killed Sunday night in a devastating head-on collision with a suspected drunk driver, police reported. The other driver reportedly is a celebrity boxer from Cuba. Krystil (Kristil) Kincaid, the mother of three other […]

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Local council candidate running for District 5

<strong>Local council candidate running for District 5</strong>

Interview with Hemet resident Doug Arent reveals leadership background ■ By Taj Shorter / Metro Editor With the November election rearing its head, local candidates are preparing to go head to head against incumbents. One Hemet City Council candidate who is making himself known is Hemet resident Doug Arent who will be running in District […]

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Book your cruise now to help Valley Restart

<strong>Book your cruise now to help  Valley Restart</strong>

Benefit on Saturday, Sept. 29, features entertainment and dinner ■ Chronicle News Staff If you have been complaining about the homeless “problem” in Hemet or you would just like to help out those less fortunate than yourself, here is your chance to do something about it on Saturday, Sept. 29. That’s when the Friends of […]

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EMWD warns about potential scams

Water district sheds light on companies selling unnecessary water treatment systems ■ Eastern Municipal Water District / Contributed The Eastern Municipal Water District (EMWD) encourages its customers to be aware of potential scams from companies promoting water quality testing or selling unnecessary water treatment systems. Private companies often leave door hangers or mailers that are […]

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Energy solutions offered to western Riverside County

<strong>Energy solutions offered to western Riverside County</strong>

■ Western Riverside Council of Governments / Contributed The Western Riverside Council of Governments (WRCOG), has been working with Southern California Edison (SCE) and Southern California Gas Company (SoCalGas) to provide commercial businesses in Western Riverside County with an energy consultation and energy efficient retrofit installations. This offering is provided on behalf of SCE’s and […]

Sports

Bulldogs edge out Huskies

<strong>Bulldogs edge out Huskies</strong>

Hemet High football defeats Riverside J.W. North last Friday 41-28 ■ By Corey Evan / Reporter Not all dogs are created equal; Some are used to city life, while others enjoy living a quiet suburban existence. Examples of two differing dog breeds came together at Hemet High School last Friday, Sept 7, as the Bulldogs’ […]

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Lady Titans fend off the Lancers

<strong>Lady Titans fend off the Lancers</strong>

Tahquitz’ volleyball girls defeated Lakeside, 3-0 ■ By Corey Evan / Reporter When it comes to high school sports, you might not realize just how strong a team’s character is unless you show up to one of their games. The Tahquitz High School volleyball girls found this out on Thursday, Aug 30, as friends and […]

Obituaries

REMEMBERED FOREVER

<strong>REMEMBERED FOREVER</strong>

■ Metro Service / Contributed The events of September 11, 2001 will never fade from our memories. No matter how many years pass, this day brings with it feelings of grief and fear. It also brings feelings of pride and patriotism, as we carry on a steadfast commitment to keeping our country safe and strong […]

Faith & Fellowship

Clergy Corner: The perfect and the good

■ Michael Falgout / Contributed “Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above.” (James 1:17) More than once, in a job interview, I’ve been asked that tricky question, “What do you consider to be your greatest weakness?” or “What are some areas of improvement for yourself?” With questionable sincerity, I have too often […]