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    By Dianne Anderson  // — Laughing in the face of adversity is sometimes better than the alternative, which is probably why so many civic activists are turning to political satire to cope with the reality that everything they thought could go wrong has gone wrong. The trust factor is extremely low for Republicans and the ...
  • SB New State Money Soon
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    by Dianne Anderson // — Millions in new money flowing down from the state to 23 cities and counties are set to bring more Prop. 47 rehabilitation and mental health services to the Inland Empire. Starting June 16, the Board of State and Community Corrections $103 million statewide funding award will carry 23 lead applicant ...
  • SB City Hall Temporary Move
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      By Dianne Anderson // — Potentially, the threat of the big one has San Bernardino City Hall preparing for the worst case scenario as the building at 300 N. D Street undergoes necessary earthquake safety retrofitting. In the process, four downtown departments are scattered to nearby places. The next two years shouldn’t be much ...
  • Free CSUSB Health Fair, Dental and Mammograms
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    by Dianne Anderson // — A bad tooth can poison the blood. It can drive a grown man or woman to their knees. It hurts. Or, it can kill, which is probably why so many people travel far and wide to take advantage of free dental clinics for services that easily run hundreds of dollars ...
  • James Baker II
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      by Dianne Anderson // — James Baker II put the M back in Moreno Valley. Refacing the old landmark was more than just fixing a letter or cleaning up the weeds. It was about rebuilding community morale. Every year, he said there are beautiful stories to go with the “M.” One lady talked about ...
  • San Bernardino School Health Services
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    SB COPE and AAHC Powers Up Health and Services in the IE by Dianne Anderson // — Mental health in the African American community usually comes down to a few key areas, social justice, stopping the school pipeline to prison, building up community leaders and building better social policy around education. It’s all tightly connected. ...
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    OAKLAND, Calif., March 22, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Impossible Foods launched its first large-scale production facility today, which could enable the company to make at least 1 million pounds of meat per month, directly from plants, when fully ramped up. The goal for the East Oakland site is to make enough Impossible Burgers to serve 4 million ...
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  • Loma Linda University Good Grief Camp Calls for Apps
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    SB LLU, Good Grief Camp Calls for Apps by Dianne Anderson // — Tragedy is no stranger to many kids across San Bernardino county, many who have suffered some of the most painful experiences that any child could endure — the loss of a parent or sibling. Each year in the surrounding pristine mountains, about ...
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    AGTA Confirms the 2017 AGTA Spectrum Awards™ Celebrity Talent for Winning Collection Photo Shoot DALLAS, June 16, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The American Gem Trade Association (AGTA) is thrilled to announce that Garcelle Beauvais and Tricia Helfer have been confirmed to headline the 2017 AGTA Spectrum Awards™ collection photo shoot. Taking place in Los Angeles, California in ...