Hemet and San Jacinto voters put democracy into action

<strong>Hemet and San Jacinto voters put democracy into action</strong>

Election-night results now, absentee-ballot tallies later in the week ■ Chronicle News Staff Voters from throughout the Valley went to the polls on Tuesday and cast their ballots for their preferred candidates and gave a thumbs up or down on some 15 measures that were on the ballot including one authorizing a $150 million Hemet […]


Deadly mosquitos sneak into Riverside County

<strong>Deadly mosquitos sneak into Riverside County</strong>

Watch for headache, fever, stiff neck, disorientation, or coma ■ By Gena Estrin / Contributed Two mosquito species, the Yellow Fever mosquito (Aedes Aegypti) and Asian Tiger mosquito (Aedes Albopictus,) have recently been found in Riverside County. They are capable of transmitting several viral diseases: Zika, West Nile, Dengue, Chikungunya, Yellow Fever, and more. What […]


Community gives back to Community Pantry

<strong>Community gives back to Community Pantry</strong>

Fundraiser at Hemet Applebee’s a big success ■ By Dennis Fletcher / Contributed Last Saturday, Oct. 20, the Community Pantry found out how much Hemet appreciates the good work they do at a fundraiser pancake breakfast made possible by Applebee’s Restaurant. The Community Pantry exists to bring needed food to families and other individuals in […]


Casino resort keeps it natural

<strong>Casino resort keeps it natural</strong>

Designs offer rustic look inside and out ■ By Mike Hiles / Contributed The Soboba Casino Resort is continuing to progress as level six of the hotel adds headboards and bed frames to its rooms and the back-of-house operations is accepting regular deliveries of furniture, fixtures and equipment. Irrigation is done and landscaping has begun […]


Tigers drag down the Blackhawks

<strong>Tigers drag down the Blackhawks</strong>

CIF Southern Section Div. 7, round one – San Jacinto edged out La Quinta 30-20 ■ By Corey Evan / Reporter A lot can happen in 23 years; four presidents have come and gone, 12 Olympiads played, and roughly 4000 episodes of “The Price is Right” have aired. All that and many more historic moments […]


Knights pierced by D’Backs

<strong>Knights pierced by D’Backs</strong>

Girls Volleyball: Dartmouth bitten off their four-year streak by Diamond Valley, winning the championship 2-nil ■ By Corey Evan / Reporter One can’t help but root for an underdog… or in this case, the under-snake. Going up against the four-time Valley League champion Dartmouth Middle School Knights on Nov. 1, the girls volleyball team of […]


HHS Broadcasting: behind the scenes

<strong>HHS Broadcasting: behind the scenes</strong>

The Chronicle goes behind the scenes at the Hemet High Multimedia Department ■ By Corey Evan / Reporter Every public school student past and present remembers listening to the morning announcements: A teacher or a student reads the bulletin into the loudspeakers, while half the class tunes it out and chats with their peers. But […]

School Life

SJHS Culinary Arts facility grand opening

<strong>SJHS Culinary Arts facility grand opening</strong>

New program seeks to provide a school-wide culture ■ San Jacinto Unified School District / Contributed San Jacinto Unified School District’s San Jacinto High School has a shiny new Culinary Arts facility, already put into action for the ribbon-cutting event held on Oct. 24, from a dream made real through a three-year Career Technical Education […]

School Life

MSJC nursing students awarded scholarships

<strong>MSJC nursing students awarded scholarships</strong>

Students take advantage of new pathway agreement with Loma Linda University ■ Mt. San Jacinto College / Contributed The Mt. San Jacinto College Foundation awarded scholarships to 41 MSJC nursing students on Nov. 1 during a scholarship event at Menifee Lakes Country Club. Scholarships disbursed totaled $30,800. Some of the MSJC nursing students plan to […]