Your source for breaking and local news, sports, events, lifestyle and entertainment in Southwest Riverside. SWRNN is where you live, where you work and where you play. It’s where you can share your thoughts about restaurants, movies, the Padres, the Storm and anything else that’s on your mind. SWRNN is bringing life back into Riverside news.
Values: Our values reflect the best of traditional journalism standards, and we will seek to adhere to the Poynter Institute Journalism Values & Ethics in New Media Protocols and guidelines. We are a collaborative organization that works with our employees, media partners, advertisers and audiences to assure a mutually beneficial editorial and financial relationship.
Mission: Our mission is to become the most trusted, respected and valuable source of news and information about Riverside and the place to which our community turns when people want to have a conversation on topics from the silly to the serious.
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Kerri Mabee, Editor
Kerri is a freelance writer and former high school English teacher. Her passion for the works of Steinbeck and Shakespeare inspired her to step out from behind her teacher’s desk and pursue a writing career of her own. Her varying interests in everything from politics to parenting, food to football have allowed her to achieve a diverse portfolio of professionally published work. She resides in Temecula and works actively to tell the stories of her community.
Kerri can be reached at Kerri.Mabee[at]swrnn[dot]com
Stephanie Schulte, Metro Reporter & Photographer
Stephanie can be reached at stephanie.schulte[at]swrnn[dot]com
Contributing Writers & Photographers:
Lee “Hacksaw” Hamilton
Michael Michelson, Jr.