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    By Dianne Anderson Local teens mixed and mingled over the weekend with potential collegians at UCLA, where they rubbed elbows with staff, took in the sites and sounds of campus life, and then off to the roar of a winning football game. It’s all in a typical lineup of learning by example offered at the ...
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    The grand opening will be held September 28th  for a key phase of the Arrowhead Grove Neighborhood Revitalization, a robust public-private partnership that is helping to transform San Bernardino, one of America’s most challenged cities. Olive Meadow at Arrowhead Grove, featuring 62 high-quality affordable apartment homes, represents the first on-site redevelopment phase of the former ...
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    Arroyo Valley High School is hosting the San Bernardino City Unified School District’s 27th Annual College Night on Thursday, September 28 from 6 to 8 p.m. College Night is open to all District students and their families. High school juniors and seniors are especially encouraged to attend. During the two-hour event, students and parents can learn about financial aid ...
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    By Dianne Anderson For well over a decade, Beverly Rouzan, outreach coordinator for the Cathedral of Praise International Ministries, has noticed a few things along the way about the community as her church has helped thousands access free health resources. She is seeing more young people with advanced health issues, with lumps and bumps, or ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Of all the major decisions that North West Project Area Committee is called to weigh in on each month, probably the last thing they want to hear is whether their area needs one more gas station, a liquor store or marijuana dispensary. Charlene Dixon said those are at the top of her ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Trashing Obamacare, a never-ending Republican fight, has statewide health advocates doubling up to deal with what lurks ahead for the poor, the elderly, and anyone with pre-existing conditions. Part of the remedy is to get at the table to help shape policy and legislation from on high. The California Black Health Network ...
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    Assemblymember Eloise Gómez Reyes launches the #FAB47 Community Recognition Program. On Wednesday, September 20, Assemblymember Reyes will highlight the first #FAB47 inductee in the 47th District. The Fabulous 47 Recognition Program is an opportunity for community members, businesses and community based organizations to be recognized for the great work they are doing in the Inland Region. “The ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Stay calm as your grown up kids get ready to make the best move of their lives. That’s the advice education advocates are giving parents for students on path to college, which can be just as stressful as seeing them off to their first day of kindergarten. In the weeks ahead, one ...
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    By Dianne Anderson No one wants to think about child and youth suicide, but ignoring the problem doesn’t make it go away. Kids are starting early, considering taking their own lives or actually following through from as young as five years old, and Black kids are particularly not immune. At last count in ten years ...
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    By Dianne Anderson If nothing else, maybe a chance to win that 50 inch TV or a free fridge or bikes might bring out the throngs of the Westside to yet another blockbuster pastoral party, but more than likely they would have come out anyway. Reginald Young, the administrative pastor for Pastors United, said their ...