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Valley News

Valley News has 300,000 online and print readers who have been enjoying it’s award-winning content for twenty years. It is distributed to homes, as well as over 1000 high traffic locations.

It’s the only local weekly newspaper covering Southwest Riverside County with unique content and breaking news 24/7. This includes Temecula, Murrieta, Wildomar, Menifee, Lake Elsinore, Hemet, San Jacinto, Anza and Aguanga.

Read our stories instantly online at MyValleyNews.com

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Valley Newspaper

Village News

Village News has over 60,000 print and online readers who have been enjoying it’s award-winning content for 22 years. It is distributed to paid subscribers and single copy locations. It covers Fallbrook, Bonsall, Pala, Pauma, Camp Pendleton, and DeLuz. Village News subscribers are typically 44 to 70+ years old, married, average annual household income of $119k and have lived in their homes for over 20 years. Time spent reading Village News is 46 minutes.

Sourcebooks

Our Sourcebooks are annual publications that celebrate the businesses and personal stories of their communities as well as provide guides such as hiking, restaurants, nonprofits, churches, etc.

20,000 copies are distributed and redistributed throughout the year to 1,000 high traffic lobbies such as hotels, medical, dental, Chambers, salons, businesses, real estate offices, and coffee shops in Southwest Riverside Valley.

Our Greater Fallbrook Area Sourcebook has a circulation of 20,000. 17,000 are mailed to every homeowner in Fallbrook, Bonsall, Rainbow & De Luz. The remaining 3,000 are available year round in doctor’s offices, hotels, realtors offices, Chambers of Commerce, etc. We also distribute during the yearly Avocado Festival, which brings in over 70,000 people to the Fallbrook area.

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Soutwest Riverside Country Cancer Resource Guide

Southwest Riverside County Cancer Resource Guide

The Southwest Riverside County Cancer Resource Guide is a magazine published by Reeder Media for the people and friends and family in the Southwest Valley who have been given a diagnosis of cancer. It is a comprehensive guide of local resources so that residents can find services close to home, reducing the time they need to spend traveling and away from family. It lists resources in Temecula, Murrieta, Wildomar, Menifee, Lake Elsinore, Hemet and San Jacinto. The resource guide was supported and published by the Southwest Riverside County Cancer Treatment Task Force.
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