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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Get to Know Rabbits at County Museum Family Fun Day

Visitors can meet “Rabbits and Their Relatives” at the San Bernardino County Museum on Saturday, November 1 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. This Family Fun Day includes gallery...

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Johnson leads Kaiser to thrilling OT win

By Richard Dawson In a showdown between arguably the two best teams in the Sunkist League, Fontana Kaiser and Fontana Summit needed overtime to decide a winner. After tying...

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SBVC prevails in triple OT 36-33

By Richard Dawson After blowing the lead with two and half minutes left in regulation, San Bernardino Valley College’s football team scored a touchdown on its first possession in...

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Mark Cook Memorial BMX Track’s namesake gone but not forgotten

By Harvey M. Kahn There was a time in the late-1970’s when most San Bernardino teenagers riding modified bicycles knew the name Mark Cook who was a 15-year-old budding...

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Inland Empire Community Newspaper Endorsements Colton Courier • Rialto Record • El Chicano • Inland Empire Weekly

The City of San Bernardino is in bankruptcy and is struggling to pay its bills but is shackled by a restrictive city charter in dire need of reform. The...

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DTR Artwalk fills Redlands with creative works

By Yazmin Alvarez Downtown Redlands was flooded with creative inspiration Sunday as artists set up shop along streets, alleyways and in businesses to welcome back the DTR Artwalk. Showcasing...

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