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    By Timothy Lewis Often known as the “Mayor of Good Hope” Willie Moses is a civil rights and local community activist, who’s known throughout the Perris Valley and inland empire for her efforts during the 1960’s through the present day. Ms. Moses celebrated her 100th birthday with the community, honoring their favorite centennial at the ...
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    Mrs. Willie Moses moved to Perris Valley in 1957 and hit the ground running—Taking on leadership roles in a variety of organizations that initiated infrastructure improvements, including installing roads, water and natural gas; and construction of an elementary school, community center, and fire station in the rural area of Good Hope, where she resides. Mrs. ...
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    By Dianne Anderson From the far reaches of the antebellum south where Afro-Appalachian descendants fought through slavery, reconstruction and Jim Crowism to keep hundreds of acres of land in the family is the lore that legacies are made of. Over the weekend, Virniecia Green-Jordan celebrated her rich beginnings of “Zeketown,” and well beyond its borders where ...
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    A new mental health urgent care center has opened in Perris and its doors will remain open around the clock to offer voluntary mental health support to people in crisis. Riverside University Health System—Behavioral Health has engaged the Telecare Perris-Mental Health Urgent Program to provide the community-based mental health and recovery services. Steve Steinberg, director ...