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    By Dianne Anderson Some local kids may look like they’re straight out of angel face modeling school, but actually, they represent the future face of the aspiring Savant Preparatory Academy of Business. Parents and supporters for the one of a kind public charter school packed the house last week at the San Bernardino Board of ...
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    By Dianne Anderson High school fashionistas will unite in the coming weeks around one of the most important skills that will carry them through their lifetime  – how to land a job, and what to wear when they get it. Starting January 17, Arrowhead United Way began their popular Interview for Success events partnership with ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Nobody has put more into the local civil rights movement, or given more years of activism and personal energy to the Westside of San Bernardino than community activist Frances Grice. Ms. Grice passed away December 31. She was 84. She never saw the city as a lost cause, and frequently reminisced about ...
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    By Dianne Anderson In pollution ridden parts of San Bernardino, crusaders have chipped away at policy change for over 20 years, but it’s finally happening. Some got tired, others passed away, and many continued to carry the baton for a safer Westside. The victory this week belongs to the enduring community, especially the early mothers ...
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    By Eliz Coleman Dowdy, Staff Writer When Afarah Board retired from thirty years at Southern California Edison three years ago, she simply changed hats and shoes. She has taught Leadership and Business at Cal Baptist University, and started two small businesses, one a consulting firm and the other a nonprofit youth-development organization known by the ...
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    By Dianne Anderson As humble as he was strong, Jack Hill, the long-loved community icon is being remembered this week for his extraordinary life, for his years of dedication that he brought to the church, family and the city of San Bernardino. Along the way, from a star athlete up through the ranks of the ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Now that the holidays are in full swing, something is clearly missing on the Westside. More accurately, someone. This time of year, John Griffin would pull the community together, haul out boxes and bags of Christmas toys for Westside kids. He’d freely distribute food or whatever else he could drum up, along ...
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    As a child growing up in San Bernardino, Dr. Milton Clark’s weekly Saturday visits to the central library on Arrowhead to read started him on a path of academic achievement that culminated in his earning a Ph.D. and a distinguished academic career as a faculty member for more than 30 years before retiring as the Associate Vice ...
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    To thank and honor the men and women who have served in our nation’s armed forces, Omnitrans again is offering free bus rides to US military veterans on Veterans Day, Saturday, November 11. Veterans just need to show a veteran-status ID when boarding any Omnitrans bus to get a free ride. Veteran single ride fares ...
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    St. Bernardine Medical Center has received a $100K grant from Stater Bros. Charities and Inland Women Fighting Cancer to purchase state-of-the-art digital breast tomosynthesis technology. Tomosynthesis is advanced 3D mammography that takes multiple three-dimensional images of the breasts in layers. This technology will greatly enhance St. Bernardine Medical Center’s diagnostic capabilities. Because 3D mammography provides images ...