National Character Counts Week: An Essay by Brenda Balthazar, A Student at the Public Safety Academy

By Ricardo Tomboc In 2012, President Barack Obama proclaimed the third week of every October as “National Character Counts Week”. The Public Safety Academy (PSA) of San Bernardino has...

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Vote at Your Polling Place on Election Day

Polling Place Location There are 413 Polling Places in San Bernardino County. To find the location of your Polling Place: • Go to http://www.sbcountyelections.com to use the online Polling...

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2014 IEFLP Reunion Conference

Register Online Today ieflp.eventbrite.com: 2014 IEFL Reunion Conference SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6th, 2014 @ CSUSB! REGISTER EARLY FOR THE DISCOUNTED RATE! (By November 1st) Join in to Help All To...

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Dan Flores aims to empower disenfranchised communities through work on school board

By Anthony Victoria Rewind to the 1996-1997 school year at Colton High School. If you were a member of the Pepper Bow newspaper or the Vocational Industrial Clubs of...

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San Manuel To Make $100,000 Contribution To Alliance For Education

Once again, the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians is making a big investment in education by providing resources to help support Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) in...

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Neighborhood Association heading Wildwood Park Improvement Day

The Wildwood Park Neighborhood Association is encouraging the community of San Bernardino, especially those in the north end of San Bernardino and those in the vicinity of Wildwood Park...

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U of R women make the cut, donate great lengths to benefit cancer patients

By Yazmin Alvarez Convincing a woman to cut her long locks can be a hard sell. But members of the University of Redlands’ Wadada Wa Rangi Wengi sisterhood were...

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Annual Dia de los Muertos Celebration set at Olive Avenue Market

By Yazmin Alvarez Olive Avenue Market in Redlands will host its fifth annual Dia de los Muertos Celebration honoring loved ones and helping bring the community together in cultural...

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FEMA hosts Emergency Management Training for San Manuel, Regional Agencies

This past week, emergency service officials participated in a FEMA-led training to help prepare for the necessary collaboration among agencies during disasters. Each year FEMA hosts seven of these...

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Almost 2,000 backpacks delivered to homeless students

By MJ Duncan Last week thousands of homeless students across San Bernardino County were recipients of backpacks donated by the national organization “Feed the Children”, which has provided support...

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