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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
Kjersten Jeppesen art exhibition open at DVAC

Kari Robledo Howell admires one of her grandmother Kjersten Jeppesen's impressionist paintings now on display for month at the Diamond Valley Arts Center at 123 N. Harvard St. in Hemet. Howell is now Jeppesen's art collection curator.

Carlson given Best of Division honors for two Home and Hobby entries at SD County Fair

Barbie Carlson of Hemet won Best of Division for two Home and Hobby entries at the San Diego County Fair. Hemet's Barbie Carlson took a llama and an alpaca to the San Diego County Fair for the livestock breed competition and also used wool from her animals in the fair's Home and Hobby exhibit competitions.

Desert Hills Memory Care looks to expand their team

Desert Hills Memory Care, located at 25818 Columbia St. in Hemet, looks for enthusiastic, compassionate care professionals and staff to join their team. As a Cascade Living Group community, Desert Hills offers employees the stability and confidence of a parent company with a reputation for high-quality senior living throughout the western United States.

Why your California mobile home may not be properly registered a " and how to fix the problem

Natasha Stanford, of the California Housing and Community Development, department speaks Tuesday, July 17, in Hemet about a program that will waive fees for mobile and manufactured homes that are not properly registered. Michelle Smith is president of a large manufactured-home owners group, but even she isn't free of some of the peculiarities that come with registering such homes with the state.

Human trafficking, safe relationships are topic of Hemet luncheon

Human trafficking will be among the topic discussed at a luncheon in Hemet on Saturday, July 21. Safe relationships and human trafficking will be among the topic discussed at the For Safety's Sake luncheon Saturday, July 21, in Hemet.

Rosie the Riveter's mom saved the day in WWI

One of World War II's civilian heroes was the iconic Rosie the Riveter, who represented the thousands of women building planes and ships during the war. But Rosie's "mother" shouldered a similar, mostly forgotten role during World War I, helping to save the products of the Inland Empire's agricultural fields.

Students of the Year for Hemet and San Jacinto school districts receive scholarships

At the Hemet and San Jacinto school districts' Student of the Year event are, back row, from left, students Jaime Oceguera and Maya Fleming, Patrick Placencia of the Soboba Foundation and students Zanaizia Hisoler and John Gonzalez; front row, from left, Karena Zermeno of Altura Credit Union, Sally Myers of Sizzler, students Maria Harper, Sarah Navarro, Gabriel Ambriz, Ariana Pefley and Felicity Dorn and Koka Lakshman of SJ Medical, a board member of the Student of the Month and Student of the Year committee. Students of the Year from high schools in the Hemet Unified and San Jacinto Unified school districts were honored in May at the annual Student of the Year dinner at the Country Club at Soboba Springs.

Pedestrian killed when struck by vehicle in Hemet

A 32-year-old Hemet resident died Thursday, July 12, after being struck by a vehicle as he tried to go across a street outside of a crosswalk, the Hemet Police Department said. Police found Herrera on Menlo Avenue near Santa Fe Street about 9:15 p.m., a news release said.

Hemet Father Dies In Extreme Heat

Man, 74, Threatens Oak Park High School Shutting Campus The threat was taken seriously -- the man who allegedly posted it boasted about knowledge of explosives and weapons. Revelation About LA Deputies' Secret Clique Sparks Calls For Investigation A deputy testified that he and up to 20 other deputies have signature tattoos featuring a skull in a military-style helmet bearing the letters CPT, for Compton, along with a rifle, encircled by flames.

Roaches, flies and repeated failures: Riverside County restaurant closures, July 6-12

Here are the restaurants and other food facilities closed by health inspectors in Riverside County between July 6 and 12, 2018, according to the county's Department of Environmental Health. If no reopening date is mentioned, the department had not listed that facility as reopened as of this publication.

Program that waives mobile home fees and taxes topic of talk

A meeting in Hemet on Tuesday, July 17 will explain a program that will help some mobile home owners waive back taxes and fees on their homes. There are almost 7,000 mobile home lots in Hemet - and thousands more in the region - and while the homes on most of those lots will never move, many are considered vehicles under California law.

Heat a played a rolea in elderly Hemet womana s death

Heat "played a role" in the death of an 86-year-old woman found dead in her Hemet apartment during last weekend's heat wave, Riverside County health officials said Thursday. The unidentified woman, found Sunday, July 8 in her Lyon Avenue apartment, also had underlying health issues that made her more susceptible to the heat, Dr. James Kaiser, public health officer for Riverside County, said in a statement.

Trophies will be awarded to best in show as well as best Corvette, low rider, truck and bike,

Craig Shultz reports on communities in Riverside County, primarily Hemet, Menifee, Perris and San Jacinto. A journalist for more than three decades, he has reported on everything from sports to city halls and schools.

Barbecue dinner to raise cash for Hemeta s Ramona Bowl before a Beatlemaniaa concert

The Hemet Sunset Rotary is hosting the $35 barbecue meal to raise money for the Americana Trail at the bowl. at the Ramona Bowl.

College For All in Hemet offers the San Jacinto Valley an affordable 4-year college degree program

College For All in Hemet holds classes that start every month and enable students complete their bachelor's degree on their time. HEMET - College For All in Hemet held an Open House Monday, June 25, at their new location above the Harvard Street Music Exchange, 136 S. Harvard Street, in Hemet.

Hemet Unified and San Jacinto Unified school districts celebrate Students of the Year

The Hemet Unified and San Jacinto Unified school districts award nine seniors as Students of the Year, including Maria Harper, Zanaizia Hisoler, Maya Fleming, Sarah Navarro, Ariana Pefley, John Gonzalez, Felicity Dorn, Jaime Oceguera and Gabriel Ambriz. HEMET - Student of the Month recipients from Hemet Unified and San Jacinto Unified school districts attended a dinner at Soboba Country Club Thursday, May 10. From that pool of students, the Student of the Year scholarship recipients were chosen based on their scholarship application packet, which highlighted their contributions to their school or community, their academic excellence and their extracurricular activities.

Hemet to discuss marijuana rules; Banning leaders tackling the topic as well

Two Inland city councils will discuss cannabis-related measures set for the November ballot during their Tuesday, July 10, meetings. The Hemet City Council will talk about the city's options for cannabis regulation and review proposed cannabis initiatives in a study session before its regular meeting.

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