SBCUSD college fairs provides students with options for post-secondary education

By Anthony Victoria The San Bernardino Unified School District has engaged in a new campaign that aims to “Make Hope Happen” for students at their school sites. Part of...

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Re-entry program readies former offenders for workforce

By Yazmin Alvarez Dozens of former offenders walked in to Rialto’s Community Center earlier this week ready to start a new path toward a successful and productive future. The...

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Dan Flores looks to continue role on CJUSD board

By Anthony Victoria The late Toribio “Toby” Flores symbolized the spirit of the hardworking resident. Arriving in the United States in the 1940’s as a bracero, he was employed...

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Homeless youth find sanctuary, support, unconditional love at YouthHope

By MJ Duncan There exists a running trail upon which our local homeless youth travel that originates in Redlands and takes them to Venice Beach, San Francisco and ends...

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Questions continue to surround natural gas storage, diesel emissions in neighborhood

Over a period touching three centuries, thousands of students have attended Ramona-Alessandro Elementary in San Bernardino. Hundreds of thousands have lived for generations in neighborhoods around the school. They...

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Redlands throttled by Linfield College

By Richard Dawson The University of Redlands football team has had a tough schedule the first two weeks of the season. One week after being shutout 36-0 at Mary...

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Sinfonia Mexicana presents “Recuerdos”

Sinfonia Mexicana’s “Recuerdos” Dia de los Muertos Concert, celebrates Mexico’s most colorful and magical holiday by honoring the legacies of Mexico’s most beloved artists-the singers and composers, the music...

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2014 Teach-A-Rama is huge success

The 2014 Teach-A-Rama “Through the Looking Glass” was held at SBVC on Saturday, September 20, 2014. Approximately 80 educators, professionals, and community members from San Bernardino City Unified School...

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Cherry Creek blanks Grand Terrace

By Richard Dawson Grand Terrace got hit with a sledge hammer before it knew what hit happened on Friday night. Nationally ranked Cherry Creek high school of Colorado came...

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Students gather to celebrate Peace Day

By Yazmin Alvarez Students from Montessori in Redlands and The Grove School learned a special lesson last week: “caring is kindness and it starts with you.” More than 500...

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