Historic orchard aims for growth with inaugural market event


It’s safe to say that after 100 years of successful harvesting in Rialto Adam’s Acres is deeply rooted in the community. In fact, it’s the last remaining orange grove in the city. The historic orchard has been sprouting seeds since 1907 and on Sunday, the century-old grove finally held it’s…

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El Super employees in Rialto rally in support of worker respect

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More than 100 rallied July 10 in front of El Super grocery store in Rialto demanding paid sick leave and respect for its workers.

El Super grocery store workers, union officials and their supporters staged a rally last week outside a Rialto store location in hopes of calling attention to issues the chain’s employees are struggling with–fair wages, sick leave and respect. The rally–a peaceful demonstration at the store located in the Five Point…

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50th reunion planned for Eisenhower High School Class of 1964

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Alumni from Eisenhower High School's Class of 64 have planned a 50th reunion for Oct. 11
Pictured is the 1964 Ike Marching Band.

  What do Beatlemania, the debut of the first Ford Mustang and Eisenhower High School’s Class of 64 have in common? They’re all celebrating their 50th anniversary this year. Eisenhower Eagles alumni from 1964 can meet up, mingle and take a walk down memory lane Oct. 11 for the Class…

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Rialto police celebrate 30 years of citizen volunteers

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A 30th anniversary celebration for Rialto Police Department Citizen Volunteers was held June 18.

Marking three decades of dedication to the community, volunteers young and old were celebrated last week for their contributions and countless service hours to the Rialto Police Department as members of the agency’s Citizen Volunteer program. “Some work full time and still put in hours of volunteer time with the…

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