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    By Dianne Anderson As long as voters just put a stamp on it and mail their ballots back early, or put a mask on and drop the ballot off in front of the county Registrar of Voters office starting on October 5, then voting should not be a problem this election. In the meantime, nothing ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Kids may or may not get back to the brick and mortar school grind in September, but they can still be academically prepared with new school supplies at the upcoming backpack drive hosted by Community Health Action Network (CHAN) in Victorville. Kisha Collier said their backpack and food giveaway outreach will be ...
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    Ebone Monet and Antonio Ray Harvey California Black Media  Author and investigative journalist Ida B. Wells-Barnett, a staunch crusader against lynching at the turn of the last century, would probably be deeply concerned about the recent hanging deaths of two Black men in California and another in New York.  Wells-Barnett (July 16, 1862 – March ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Since the massive protests started just weeks ago, cameras have not stopped rolling on too many incidents to count of peaceful protestors and news reporters getting arrested, gassed, tased, and shot with rubber bullets. An elderly white man was shoved down by police, left bleeding on the ground, and then walked over ...
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    County Public Health will conduct a drive-thru sample collection event for novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in the High Desert on Thursday, April 2. LOCATION: San Bernardino County Fairgrounds ADDRESS: 14800 7th St., Victorville TIME: 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. for appointments, 1 – 2 p.m. (or until supplies last) for walk-ins (no appointment needed) This event ...
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    By Eliz Dowdy, Staff Writer Faith Ministries International Network of Churches recently hosted their annual Leadership Conference, an event that brings participating churches, pastors, apostles, bishops, elders, and the laity to the high desert for a period of in depth teaching and training.  The chosen theme for 2017 was, “Kingdom Hope.” The conference started with ...
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    By Eliz Dowdy, Staff Writer The BLU Educational Foundation and their partners hosted their third town hall meeting in the inland empire recently.  The town hall was held to gather information from the communities where they believe the focus should be to ensure that Black students are reaping all the benefits of their educational experience.  ...