Saturday, February 25, 2017

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Inland Empire has clashing perspectives on air quality control

Living behind Burlington Northern Santa Fe’s railyard in San Bernardino for 22 years has taken a toll on Olga Medina. Her health hardships, however,...

CSUSB LEAD team earns presidential honors for fifth time

Educators, planners, volunteers and service providers for Cal State San Bernardino’s Latino Education and Advocacy Days (LEAD) Summit received the prestigious Presidential Volunteer Service...

Some presidential and un-presidential thoughts

February is known for many things: Aquarians, Black History Month, Valentine’s Day, and is the month reserved for a celebration of our U.S. Presidential...

COMMUNITY

POLITICS

Inland Empire has clashing perspectives on air quality control

Living behind Burlington Northern Santa Fe’s railyard in San Bernardino for 22 years has taken a toll on Olga Medina. Her health hardships, however,...

BUSINESS

EDUCATION

CSUSB LEAD team earns presidential honors for fifth time

Educators, planners, volunteers and service providers for Cal State San Bernardino’s Latino Education and Advocacy Days (LEAD) Summit received the prestigious Presidential Volunteer Service...

HEALTH

SAFETY

Redlands Fire Department shows how to ‘Act FAST’ during safety program

William Ten-year-old Jesse Mendez knows exactly what to do in an emergency, especially if someone is showing signs of a stroke. “You ‘Act FAST’,” he...

ENVIRONMENT

Inland Empire has clashing perspectives on air quality control

Living behind Burlington Northern Santa Fe’s railyard in San Bernardino for 22 years has taken a toll on Olga Medina. Her health hardships, however,...