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Past articles by Carl:

Rainy, cold weather takes Inland Empire residents by surprise

We’re used to drought and heat, not umbrellas and chilly weather, columnist Carl Love writes. → Read More

Why this one-time Temecula activist misses city’s ‘small-town feel’ – Press Enterprise

After leaving California, Marcia Slaven is back and has thoughts on her old home, columnist Carl Love writes. → Read More

Murrieta boy lost cancer fight, but his joy lives through a charity

His family feels an emptiness that “will never go away,” but CJ’s Smile now brings gift cards to youth cancer patients, columnist Carl Love writes. → Read More

How a wedding dress ended up lost — and found — in Temecula – Press Enterprise

A northern California woman “couldn’t believe it,” after again seeing the keepsake, columnist Carl Love writes. → Read More

Burned and abandoned as a child, Menifee 20-year-old’s amazing story continues – Press Enterprise

Levi Bentley, 20, works at a store and plans to go to college — a far cry from when he was found as a baby in China, columnist Carl Love writes. → Read More

Carl Love: Lake Elsinore mayor’s debut in Storm booth is a no-hitter – Press Enterprise

Asked to fill in as the Lake Elsinore Storm’s play-by-play person, Tim Sheridan lucked into a historic night of baseball. → Read More

Carl Love: Only daughter’s wedding evokes many emotions – Press Enterprise

An epic celebration brings memories, along with duties such as a wedding-day speech from Dad. → Read More

Carl Love: My 14-year-old computer has seen better times

Despite tape holding the screen together and slow speeds, the laptop continues to perform. → Read More

Carl Love: Texas school shooting has us again searching for answers

As grown-ups debate gun control and security measures, kids worry about the possibility of violence on their campus. → Read More

Carl Love: Baseball by 1886 rules suits these Inland Empire players just fine

In the Southern California Vintage Base Ball League, it takes seven pitches for a walk and an at-bat is like “swinging a big tree log.” → Read More

Carl Love: Murrieta painter’s pictures join exhibition in Italy – Press Enterprise

Roxy Rich finds inspiration in local vineyards, hills and dry vegetation. → Read More

Carl Love: Menifee man ventures into Ukraine — as he’s done for 30 years – Press Enterprise

Jeff Thompson, of the Murrieta-based Mercy Projects, has long done charity work there, but when the invasion happened, he knew he “needed to go.” → Read More

Carl Love: Menifee man who overcame obstacles hopes new book inspires others

Brandon Reynoso, who born with a rare condition, has a new book with a message: “You’ll always find your way.” → Read More

Carl Love: Murrieta Fire & Rescue had humble beginnings 75 years ago – Press Enterprise

A department that started with a crew of 10 volunteers is now nationally recognized → Read More

Carl Love: Tinkerbell the goat is latest rescue for Menifee sanctuary

Led by two 21-year-olds, Viva Rescue Inc. cares for many animals, including goat overcoming leg deformities with prosthetic device → Read More

Carl Love: Group tackles what Temecula will look like in 2040

Members are discussing traffic, public safety and civic participation → Read More

Carl Love: Temecula man, 70, plans cross-country run for Native American youths

Robert Eilek hopes to cover 3,000 miles between Oceanside and New York City starting in late April → Read More

Carl Love: Decades-old idea would have built road from Murrieta to the beach

In the 1970s and 1980s, some said the proposed “road to the coast” would be able to get you there in 30 minutes → Read More

Carl Love: Temecula-area business blends petting zoo, chocolate, wine

Lani Rager’s Sugarplum Zoo in Temecula Valley Wine Country had a modest beginning when she rescued two ducks → Read More

Carl Love: Latest coronavirus surge brings back bad memories

Meetings, parties are being canceled and it’s understandable that people are tired of taking precautions → Read More