GSSGC toy drive to benefit Children’s Fund Celebration of Giving Campaign

By Yazmin Alvarez When taking to the stores this weekend to reap the plenty of Black Friday and post holiday deals, the Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio Council are...

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Math lesson teaches Rialto middle schoolers value of giving

By Yazmin Alvarez Sixth graders at Rialto Middle School learned that Thanksgiving seconds don’t come easy. From determining servings per container to converting units and sticking to a budget,...

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Tommy Gunn Crew aims to uplift community through dancing

By Anthony Victoria There’s a new dance crew tearing it up in Colton. Tommy Gunn and his group of teenagers have made quite the impression on their community. From...

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Community groups respond to Obama’s executive action decision

By Anthony Victoria Several groups around the Inland Empire responded to U.S. President Barack Obama’s executive action on Thursday November 20. In his address at the White House, Obama...

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Rialto service club, students create community of giving

By Yazmin Alvarez East Rialto Kiwanians along with dozens of local students helped guarantee a happy Thanksgiving for hundreds of families who would have gone without this holiday. As...

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Animal Shelter, REDFOSA plan Black Saturday cat adoptions

What better to get a black cat than on Black Saturday? The Redlands Animal Shelter and Redlands Friends of Shelter Animals (REDFOSA) for the inaugural Black Saturday Cat Adoption...

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Pets don holiday best for HSSBV fundraiser, photos with Santa Paws

By Yazmin Alvarez From a cat in suspenders to dogs wearing sweaters and bowties, pets put their best paw forward last weekend showing off their snazziest holiday garb for...

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Inland Empire Latino community shows solidarity with Ayotzinapa

By Anthony Victoria Several organizers from various community groups demonstrated outside the Mexican Consulate in San Bernardino on Thursday November 20 to show solidarity with Ayotzinapa, Guerrero—where 43 students...

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Conference at Inland Empire Job Corps “Empowers Women and Inspires Change”

By Anthony Victoria Like many Inland Empire Job Corps students, Maria Guadalupe Cervantes overcame adversity. During this year’s Women Conference held at the Job Corps center’s gymnasium at 3173...

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