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    By Dianne Anderson Boxing is considered a contact sport, literally being up in someone’s face, but that’s not likely to happen anytime soon at Project Fighting Chance. Instead, some local teens will be keeping their distance at six feet apart, masking up with gloves on top of gloves in a workout space in a constant ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Ask what Markel Cooper is doing lately, and he usually answers like any identical twin would — in the plural. “We’re working on our credential at this point,” he said. “We’re going to be teaching physical education, and we plan on getting our masters. We’ll probably get into athletic directing, then starting ...
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    By Dianne Anderson San Bernardino city residents have high hopes and even higher energy around what they can collectively do to improve their community. So much so, in fact, that many volunteers had to be placed on a waiting list to participate in the program this time around next year. Last month, the Neighborhood Services ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Vicki Lobo is up to her ears in furniture with donations that keep pouring in. It’s far more than she imagined she would receive, and that’s a good thing. Her phone has been ringing off the hook with an abundance of furniture, but now the big question is where to put it. ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Neighborhood and community leaders in San Bernardino are tweaking their to-do list and getting ready for the new year with the changing of the guard. No one expects post-bankruptcy miracles, but community leaders are mildly optimistic that what’s coming up can be better than what’s behind. Curtis Stout, vice-chair of the The ...