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    By Dianne Anderson Stacy Augustine Rialto City Council Candidate It’s hard to miss the endless parade of homeless people in back of the restaurant that Stacy Augustine has been building in Rialto for the past couple of years. At his side hustle, he sees all types of people, all ethnicities each morning about 4:30 a.m. ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Heather Johnson San Bernardino Schools Candidate It’s not so much that Heather Johnson holds a master’s degree in education while working on her doctorate in education that gives her the edge in her run for the San Bernardino City Unified School Board. It’s probably more like education is in her DNA. Her ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Incumbent Gwendolyn Dowdy Rodgers Chances are education and the way students learn will not return to the way things were before COVID, and  no doubt there is plenty of room for improvement in the months ahead. Gwendolyn Dowdy Rodgers feels it’s important to dig deeper into current hindrances to learning, and be ...
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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   Alise Clouser for San Bernardino County Board of Education Alise Clouser has been involved in education long enough to recognize how opportunities abound for some students, while the rest are left behind. In her run for the San Bernardino County Board of Education, Clouser places career exploration and college access at ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Voters will rush to cast their ballots in the primaries this March 3 election, or at least that’s the hope for several Long Beach candidates who have thrown their hats in the ring. Some are seeking to take their new place at the table, or hang tight to their old seats. Long ...
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    By Julianne Malveaux Twenty-four people are running for the Democratic nomination for President of the United States. From where I sit, at least half of them are only running for exposure, for the Vice-Presidential nod, for Cabinet secretary, to push a platform, or to simply be seen. Their ambitions have made the process turgid and ...