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The city of Hemet is situated in the San Jacinto Valley, which is located in southern California in Riverside County. Hemet was founded in 1887 and incorporated in 1910. The town did not truly prosper until after the creation of Lake Hemet, which stimulated agriculture in the region. Hemet is proud to call itself the home of "The Ramona Pageant," the official outdoor play of California. The play was started in 1923, making it one of the longest running outdoor plays in the United States.

Population: 58812
Local Newspapers: Investor's Business Daily La Opinion LA Weekly Los Angeles Downtown News Los Angeles Independent Los Angeles Times
Local Sports Teams: LA Clippers LA Dodgers LA Galaxy LA Lakers LA Kings LA Sparks
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Zip Codes associated with hemet, california: 92543 92544 92545 92870
Towns/Cities near hemet, california : San Jacinto East Hemet Valle Vista Lakeview Homeland Winchester

Hemet News
Inmates practice fire preparedness skills during Wildland Preparedness Exercise near Hemet

Inmate fire crews arrive at Bautista Canyon and begin their tool out exercise during the annual Wildland Preparedness Exercise, April 18. Inmate firefighter crews were showing off their tools, digging fire lines and practicing drills for a training exercise southwest of Hemet last week. Crews from Riverside County's three inmate camps participated in the annual Wildland Preparedness Exercise Wednesday, April 18, on Ramona Band of Cahuilla Indian land.

Mt. San Jacinto College students earn prestigious recognition for academics

James Riback of Hemet is a 2018 Coca-Cola Bronze Scholar and is named to the First Team, All California Academic Team. SAN JACINTO - Mt.

Hemet's Valley-Wide Bill Gray Park recipient of Outdoor Fitness System

Visitors to Hemet's Bill Gray Park on Lake Street at Charlton Street will see this new sign and an up-to-date seven-unit exercise system to encourage those 13 and older to exercise and stay healthy. The system was installed by the partnership of Valley-Wide Recreation and Park District, Healthy Valley Foundation and Friends of Valley-Wide Foundation.

HOA Homefront: Reader wants to know: Can we limit rentals?

A widely followed case on HOA rentals from 2005-2010 involved the Sierra Dawn Estates association in Hemet. Q: Hello Kelly: We are talking about limiting the number of rentals in our HOA complex.

Two Inland WWII vets are honored by France, receiving medals given to ...

Technician Fifth Grade Richard L. Buxton and Lt. Col. Larry J. Thorp, share a moment after being presented with The National Order of The Legion of Honor from France at The Village retirement center in Hemet Friday, April 20, 2018 Christophe Lemonie Consul General of France pins the National Order of The Legion of Honor from France on Technician Fifth Grade Richard L. Buxton, at The Village retirement center in Hemet Friday, April 20, 2018 Christophe Lemonie Consul General of France pins the National Order of The Legion of Honor from France on Lieutenant Colonel Larry J. Thorp, at The Village retirement center in Hemet Friday, April 20, 2018 Technician Fifth Grade Richard L. Buxton and Lieutenant Colonel Larry J. Thorp, poses for photos with fellow veterans after being presented with The National Order of The Legion of Honor from France at The Village retirement center in Hemet Friday, ... (more)

100 years ago in Redlands: Redlands hears reports of earthquake damage in Hemet, San Jacinto

It was on Christmas morning 1899 that San Jacinto and Hemet were last razed by earthquake shock. San Jacinto at that time was damaged practically the same extent as in the present quake, and Hemet was damaged to a less extent than yesterday.

3.4-magnitude earthquake hits outside of Idyllwild, felt in Hemet, Coachella Valley

Light shaking was felt as far away as Hemet, Cathedral City and Indio, according to the USGS Did You Feel It Map. Friday's temblor was the latest in a series of quakes that have hit Southern California in the last several weeks.

The state's official outdoor play will begin its three-weekend run in Hemet on Saturday, April 21.

Ramona is spending her 95th birthday where she has most every spring - on stage in Hemet's Ramona Bowl Amphitheatre. "Ramona," California's official state play, debuted in 1923 and will stage its annual season for three consecutive weekends starting Saturday, April 21. The play is based on a novel of the same name by Helen Hunt Jackson , which tells the plight of American Indians in late 1800s Southern California.

Riverside County students plan walk outs, rallies for Columbine anniversary

Valley View High School students gather on March 14, 2018 for a rally against gun violence at the school's football stadium. This time around, few on-campus events are planned.

Back in the Day: Well-known developer once raised race horses in San Jacinto Mountains

It never ceases to amaze me the number of influential people who happened to live out at least part of their lives in what is today Riverside County. Hancock Johnston owned 7,000 acres in the San Jacinto Mountains, where he raised race horses.

Replacement Soboba Casino and Resort rapidly moves ahead

The six-story, 480,000-square-foot replacement Soboba Casino and Resort at Gilman Springs Road and Lake Street in San Jacinto continues to take shape and soon will become one of the largest single commercial structures in the Hemet-San Jacinto Valley. The construction of one of the largest, single commercial construction projects in the Hemet-San Jacinto Valley, the replacement Soboba Casino and Resort, continues well underway with the roof being set in place and sidings nearing completion.

Central County United Way benefits from Hemet Food Truck Festival

So. Cal Caribbean Food bring their curried lamb, beef and chicken to visitors of the 2018 Hemet Food Truck Festival, April 7. Hundreds of Hemet San Jacinto residents strolled up and down the streets of downtown Hemet smelling and tasting fine specialty food dishes offered by seven popular food trucks from Los Angeles and Riverside County at the annual Hemet Food Truck Festival Saturday, April 7. The food trucks rumbled in and set up in the parking lots between Carmelita and Harvard streets on the south side of the busy Florida Avenue about 3 p.m. Soon the smells of frying tri-tip, catfish, deep-fried shrimp, bacon, french fries, tacos, taquitos and cheese filled the air, whetting appetites.

Back in the Day: Great Hemet earthquake - a 6.7 - shook about 100 years ago

One hundred years ago on April 21, Hemet and San Jacinto, along with most of western Riverside County, were rocked by an afternoon earthquake that destroyed several buildings and left a number of people with damaged homes and businesses. Luckily, the quake occurred on a Sunday afternoon about 3:30 p.m. The business districts of both cities were heavily damaged, but since virtually all the businesses were closed because it was a Sunday, casualties were kept to a minimum.

Ramona Days Festival fills historic downtown Harvard Street in Hemet

Members of the local Cahuilla Indian Red Tail Spirit Dancers offer a traditional Indian performance during the Ramona Days Festival April 7 in historic downtown Hemet. The dances tell stories about the history of the tribe that are still danced at Powwows and other tribal events.

San Jacinto students brighten campus by spray painting new mural

A group of high school students with spray paint recently turned a blank concrete wall into a colorful mural at the Clayton A. Record Jr. Elementary School campus in San Jacinto. Led by art teacher Brock Essick, the students spent about 10 hours to complete a large mural at the school's playground.

Body found on trail in Mountain Center, incident treated as a unattended deatha

The Riverside County Coroner's office Monday was investigating the death of a man who was found on a trail in Mountain Center. Deputies from the sheriff's Hemet Station responded just before 3 p.m. Sunday to a report of a body on South Fork Trail, two miles south of state Route 74 and found a man's body, said sheriff's Sgt.

Hemet and San Jacinto Unified school districts award February Students of the Month

The February Students of the Month for Hemet and San Jacinto Unified school districts are Michelle Aldaba of Hemet High School; Sergio Camacho of West Valley High School; Karl Chesnut Robinson of Tahquitz High School; Sarah Navarro of Hamilton High School; Ariana Pefley of Western Center Academy; Glenn Lopez of San Jacinto High School and Dania Peralta of Mountain View High School.

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