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'The palest ink is better than the best memory.'
- Chinese Proverb
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MAY 2022 FEATURE ARTICLE
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A Salute to Temecula Artists
By Rebecca Marshall Farnbach
   I reflect with gratitude on those souls who have preserved the stories of Temecula’s history by various mediums of art, including photography and written accounts. I appreciate the old-timers who spun unbelievably hilarious stories that left the readers or listeners doubting the validity. For example, was it true that the liquor law enforcement officer was the first one to drink himself to oblivion during the fundraiser for the first St. Martha’s Church? And was a stick of dynamite truly inserted into the warming fire where men gathered in the livery stable on chilly evenings?”
Old Town Temecula by Ralph Love
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JANUARY 2022 - A Calfing Experience
FEBRUARY 2022 - Area Storms Caused Widespread Damage
MARCH 2022 - First Vail Ranch Was in Arizona
APRIL 2022 - Dick Fellows: Hapless Highwayman
MAY 2022 - A Salute to Temecula Artists