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VALLEY February 3 – 9, 2012 Volume 12, Issue 5


New recipe of

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Find us online at Obstacle course transforms locals into Spartans INSIDE

Liberty Quarry public hearing draws several hundred people A public hearing Tuesday, Jan.

31, to consider a mining company’s appeal for approval of a quarry project near Temecula, drew sever- al hundred people to the Riverside Convention Center, where sup- porters and opponents voiced their concerns to the Riverside County Board of Supervisors. A marked difference at this meeting, versus previous public hearings, was the level of support for the Liberty Quarry project.

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Judge grants Protect Wine

Country petition Law intended to erode decades

old land use protections by allow- ing schools, churches, and other incompatible uses in Temecula wine country was successfully challenged and struck down.

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A racer fights through a pair of gladiators at the finish line during the Spartan Race near Temecula last Sunday.

Education Entertainment Calendar

see story, page 3 Local

Fallen soldier’s body returned

home A Hero Mission for Cpl. Chris-

topher G. Singer, 23, of Temecula, was held at the Joint Forces Train- ing Base in Los Alamitos on Tues- day, Jan. 31.

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Murrieta Mesa achieves record high number of honor roll students.

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International artists bring authentic tango to Temecula.

Your local events at your fingertips.

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Japanese troops train with Marines on Camp Pendleton.

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State indoor track

championships make local athletes champs.

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