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December 6, 2018  The Inland Empire Community

Ho Ho Community Parade: Monday, December 10 - Thursday, December, 13 - the San Bernardino Parks & Recreation Department in cooperation with Juan.



Colton High varsity cheerleaders heading to Rome, each must raise $3500 for expenses  The Inland Empire Community

Colton High School varsity cheerleaders Savannah Medina and Jacob Cardona made it onto the USA All-American Team and will be representing USA Cheer ...



Iconic Worcester band the Curtain Society celebrates 30th anniversary with Bull Mansion show  Worcester Telegram

WORCESTER — The Curtain Society has never been about a guitarist, a bassist and a drummer.The Curtain Society has always been about three good friends ...



Final score doesn’t measure effort on, off the field for Colton’s 8-man football team  The Spokesman-Review

Gusting wind and a sideways rain pummeled the players. It was about an hour before kickoff and the high school field was turning to a slippery, muddy bog.



Colton & Grand Terrace Relay for Life hosts kick-off potluck  The Inland Empire Community

In a sea of purple and delicious food was the community of Colton and Grand Terrace coming together for the 15th anniversary of Relay for Life for the.



Attend Dia de los Muertos celebration and concert, presented by Sinfonia Mexicana Mariachi Youth Academy  Redlands Daily Facts

The Sinfonia Mexicana Mariachi Youth Academy will present a Dia de los Muertos concert, a tribute to the music of “Coco,” 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 21, in Colton ...



Summer Meals Available Beginning June 11  The Inland Empire Community

The Colton Joint Unified School District will again be offering free summer meals to all children and teens ages 2-18. This program, offered in.



A drive thru is coming to Leno's Rico Taco in Colton  The Inland Empire Community

Leno's Rico Taco has been nothing less than a gift to the city of Colton, which has been open since 1991. Leno Moreno, owner of the restaurant, is native.



Youth 2 to 18 years old can access free breakfast and lunch during summer  The Inland Empire Community

School is out for summer, but the Colton Joint Unified School District will continue to provide youth 18 and under with free breakfast and lunch. The.



Which Portland-area school districts pay highest, lowest teacher salaries?  OregonLive.com

Check out our analysis of which Portland-area districts pay teachers the highest and lowest average salaries.



State 1B baseball: Almira/Coulee-Hartline caps unbeaten season with title victory over Colton  The Spokesman-Review

Almira/Coulee-Hartline came out Saturday at Wheeler Field and managed to complete one of the toughest task in all of sports when the Warriors defeated ...



Terrace View presents Seussical the Musical  The Inland Empire Community

You can see it here, see it there, see it only if you dare, but bring a bear, bring a mouse, bring a cat, but leave your house! And what could we.



Colton Area Museum hosts 5th Annual Taste of Colton  The Inland Empire Community

On Saturday May 5, 2018, the 5th Annual Taste of Colton event was held at the Colton Area Museum at 380 North La Cadena Drive. A few blocks of the street.



YUCAIPA: Colton High teacher arrested on suspicion of molesting boy  Press-Enterprise

Update with school district statement. A Colton High School English teacher was arrested Thursday, Feb. 4, on suspicion of molesting a 15-year-old boy from ...



Vague school threat to Redlands schools may be linked to online hoax  Redlands Daily Facts

Local and federal investigators concluded that a vague threat to “blow up a school and shoot students,” in the words of officials, that was made Sunday night ...



Remembering Keith Hubbs: The man behind the Ken Hubbs Award  San Bernardino County Sun

Throughout most of his life, Keith Hubbs, in reality, led two lives. Hubbs, who was raised in Colton with four younger brothers, had a very successful career as a ...



Gubernatorial candidate Newsom visits Inland Empire | Inland Empire News  Fontana Herald-News

California Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom, the Democratic candidate for governor in the November election, participated in a town hall meeting at Colton High School on ...



Cajon’s Jeremiah Martin, REV’s Autumn D’Arcy chosen Ken Hubbs Award Athletes of the Year  San Bernardino County Sun

BLOOMINGTON — Cajon's Jeremiah Martin and Redlands East Valley's Autumn D'Arcy emerged as top student-athletes in the Citrus Belt League during their ...



Orange County Young Democrats to Honor Women Who MeToo'd Ex-Leaders  OC Weekly

The California Democratic Party is currently dealing with sexual misconduct allegations against its chairman, but 13 months earlier it was leaders within the…



Harold Strauss era at Colton HS unprecedented; nine former players reach NFL  The Inland Empire Community

No high school coach in the Inland Empire has ever produced as many National Football League players as former Colton High School coach Harold Strauss.



CJUSD Pathways to Success Series: HEAL Academy  The Inland Empire Community

The Health Education and Leadership (H.E.A.L.) Academy at Colton High School prepares students for careers in the healthcare field by providing the.



Brewster: Seven high school football games will decide league titles  Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Random thoughts for a Thursday morning, wondering whatever happened to Erik Maldonado, 2001 CIF State cross country champion from Don Lugo High ...



APPLE Scholarship winners announced  The Inland Empire Community

Congratulations to our APPLE Scholarship recipients for the Class of 2018! The following 20 students are receiving a total of $25000 in various amounts.



2016 NFL DRAFT: Colton alum Tyler Ervin’s fourth-round pick lead Inland trio  Press-Enterprise

Colton High School had another one of its former standout football players realize his NFL dream on Saturday when Tyler Ervin was chosen by the Houston ...



Former Colton High standouts Wright and Berhe host free football clinics  The Inland Empire Community

Two former Inland football standouts and current NFL players have scheduled several practice sessions to help youth strengthen their playing skills. New.



INLAND STORIES: Oral history reveals old Colton  Press-Enterprise

Tom Rivera loves his hometown of Colton. “I tell people that it's the belly button of the world,” said Rivera, 75, a former associate dean at Cal State San ...



CJUSD students receive Cash for College scholarships  The Inland Empire Community

Colton Joint Unified School District (CJUSD) seniors Ramiro Rivera and Melissa Blanco are on their way to making their future plans a reality with help.



Clean air can be part of the future  The Inland Empire Community

As freeways expand, trains plume diesel clouds, and land converts into warehouse hubs hurting neighborhoods and schools, it feels like our lives don't.



Joyce Mary (Busch) Frei | Obituaries  Lewiston Morning Tribune

Joyce Mary (Busch) Frei, 89, passed away peacefully Tuesday, July 17, 2018, in her home in Vancouver, Wash., with family at her side. She was born Dec.



Cowboys eying league title | Special Section  Chino Champion

There's plenty of energy and passion that comes from the booming voice of second-year Chino High School head coach Damian Staricka.



Ravens’ Jimmy Smith, a Colton High graduate, takes comfort in NFL settlement  Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

There were a pair of headlines this past week focused on major National Football League transactions, and we're not talking about those foolhardy folks in ...



Colton Police to work with other agencies on saturation patrols, DUI checkpoints  The Inland Empire Community

This holiday season, The Colton Police Department will work around the clock to keep drivers and passengers safe as they search for impaired drivers. From.



Assemblymember Reyes Announces the 2018 30 Under 30 Awardees  The Inland Empire Community

In honor of former Assemblywoman Wilmer Amina Carter, Assemblymember Eloise Gómez Reyes (D-San Bernardino) is continuing her legacy by hosting the ...



Colton PD Chief: 'Turn keys over' to designated driver on Super Bowl Sunday  The Inland Empire Community

As football fans make preparations for Sunday's big game, the Colton Police Department are hoping that includes arranging responsible transportation for.



CARSTAR Intrepid Collision Launches in Colton, California  BodyShop Business

Owner David Sanchez originally entered the industry from the insurance side, supporting customers with their claims and repair experience. Eventually making ...



ELECTION: Biden backs Pete Aguilar in Colton  Press-Enterprise

Three days after former President Bill Clinton campaigned for Pete Aguilar, Vice President Joe Biden Saturday appeared with the congressional candidate in ...



Bloomington High School celebrates grand opening of new football stadium  Fontana Herald-News

The Bloomington community celebrated on Oct. 6 the grand opening of the brand new football stadium at Bloomington High School -- and the beginning of a ...



Lightning strike causes 50,000 to lose power in Colton; storms, heat cause thousands of others to lower power, too  San Bernardino County Sun

On the day when temperatures in Colton were expected to hit 107 degrees, a lightning strike caused 50,000 homes and businesses in Colton to lose power, ...



Red Cross needs blood donations after Florence: 'Every donation can be a lifeline'  KATU

PORTLAND, Ore. – The catastrophic hurricane that swept across the East Coast has created a dire need for blood and platelets, the American Red Cross said.



Colton's Zemar Smith overcomes life's premature start  KOIN.com

AJ McCord and KOIN 6 News Staff - COLTON, Ore. (KOIN) -- To this day, Jenny and Matt will tell Zemar Smith stories of a wound-up child from another time.



Schools study Colton's four-day week  The Oregonian - OregonLive.com

Fredrick D. Joe/The OregonianColton High School sophomores (from left) Samantha Herzog, Alex Hazelton and Ashley Bledsoe build clay sculptures in art ...



'Honestly, I was a bit disappointed,': Students ask questions in gubernatorial debate  KGW.com

Students were thrilled to have to opportunity to ask candidates questions but some in some cases disappointed by the answers.



October 18, 2018  The Inland Empire Community

Workshop: Saturday, October 27 - the City of San Bernardino Water Department presents Water-Saving Gardens Workshop from noon to 2:00 p.m. at Middle.



From the laboratory to the stage | Local | dnews.com  Moscow-Pullman Daily News

A Washington State University graduate and Uniontown native wants people to know that anyone can be a scientist, and she is bringing that message to Miss ...



Colton Area Museum preserves the past for future generations  San Bernardino County Sun

Colton is home to a hidden treasure. Well, not really hidden, but tucked into the corner of La Cadena Avenue and G Street, a stately neoclassical structure that ...



Ray Hobbs remembered for shaping sports culture at area high schools  The Spokesman-Review

Hobbs compiled a 188-104-8 record with the Greyhounds football team, highlighted by three consecutive undefeated seasons. He was named the Inland Empire ...



Take a step back in time with Colton’s museum  San Bernardino County Sun

Colton's stately museum is a hidden gem, a collection of pure Americana — in air-conditioned comfort. While it's not exactly hidden, it's definitely tucked into a ...



CJUSD focused on technology, innovation, and collaboration for 2016-17  The Inland Empire Community

Colton Joint Unified School District's priorities will continue to focus on literacy, science, technology, innovation, and collaboration, according to.



Pullman to look at bond for school renovation  Moscow-Pullman Daily News

The Pullman School District is considering proposing a new renovation bond to address capacity concerns at the Lincoln Middle School, Pullman ...



Spokane Youth Sports Award nominees named  The Spokesman-Review

The nominees for the 2018 Spokane Youth Sports Awards were announced earlier this week.



Dr. Ernie Garcia, of Colton elementary fame, to release new book  San Bernardino County Sun

Ernest Garcia may have a doctorate in education, but he vividly recalls playing in the barrios of South Colton with the other little kids who lived there. Namesake ...



Residents prepare for annual cancer walk  The Inland Empire Community

Purple ribbons now adorn trees, light posts, and fences across Colton. It marks the arrival of Cancer Awareness Month and the city's Relay for Life event.



Five to compete for Colton-Uniontown Distinguished Young woman title  Lewiston Morning Tribune

COLTON - Five high school juniors will compete in the annual Colton-Uniontown Distinguished Young Woman Program at 7 p.m. Saturday in the Colton High ...



Brief: Jess Ford awards three scholarships | Business  Moscow-Pullman Daily News

Jess Ford of Pullman and Ford Motor Company have awarded three scholarships to local students.The scholarships have been awarded to Pullman High ...



Colton Santa and Mrs. Claus ‘pay it forward’ for local children  San Bernardino County Sun

For the first time in more than 20 years, Santa and Mrs. Claus will chill out at home for Christmas. The couple, aka Henry and Dorothy Calderilla of Colton, have ...



Locally: Colton's Josh Straughan signs with Winnipeg of Canadian Football League  The Spokesman-Review

Josh Straughan, who went from tiny Colton High School to have a standout college career, has signed with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the Canadian ...



Colton veterans seek return to City Council  San Bernardino County Sun

COLTON >> Voters who don't like the decisions of the last few years will have the chance for a do-over Tuesday, with former elected officials trying to return to ...



Werner Oliver "Monk" Mayer | Obituaries  Lewiston Morning Tribune

Werner Oliver Mayer, 93, passed away Sunday, April 22, 2018, at the Idaho State Veterans Home in Lewiston.He was born on the Mayer farm in Colton…



ROTC cadets honored at DAR Arrowhead Valley luncheon in Redlands  Redlands Daily Facts

The Arrowhead Valley Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution presented its annual ROTC awards at a luncheon this spring at the Redlands Country ...



Blanchette: Colton’s Josh Straughan overcame obstacles to be D-I QB  The Spokesman Review

When Josh Straughan talks about his football odyssey being on the road less traveled, he's not kidding. Makes the sleepy state highway that runs past his old ...



Countdown to Signing Day: Oregon commit Rodney Hardrick  OregonLive.com

After watching classmates ahead of him sign letters of intent with Oregon, it's finally Hardrick's turn.



Fear no obstacle for CHS football player Jessikah Ybarra  The Inland Empire Community

There are students who struggle to play sports due to fears of getting hurt or because of possible failure. Other students delve deep into athletics--with.



Bloomington wrestling wins Inland Empire Tournament of Champions  Press-Enterprise

COLTON – The final tally Saturday afternoon showed that Bloomington High won the team competition at the Inland Empire Tournament of Champions wrestling ...



SoCal Teacher Accused of Molesting San Diego Teen  NBC 7 San Diego

An English teacher at a Southern California high school was arrested Thursday for allegedly engaging in sex acts with a 15-year-old boy from San Diego whom ...



Albert J. Ricard | Obituaries  Lewiston Morning Tribune

Albert J. Ricard, 87, longtime resident of Uniontown, died Thursday, May 10, 2018, in Pullman. Albert was born Oct. 29, 1930, in Uniontown, to Carl and ...



City leaders, community honor Veterans  The Inland Empire Community

Residents gathered along La Cadena Avenue on Veterans Day to recognize and honor those who have served in wars and conflicts dating back to World War II.



An Unforseen Contributor - Daniel Sorensen's Journey To the NFL  Last Word on Pro Football

“Dirty Dan” Daniel Sorensen, an undrafted free agent out of Brigham Young University, may be one of the most abrupt contributor within the entire NFL. With a ...



Exclusive: Dan Armstrong blindsided, fired as La Quinta football coach after 23 years  The Desert Sun

Dan Armstrong, who has led the La Quinta Blackhawks since the program began in the fall of 1995, will not be returning to coach.



Notebook: Yucaipa names Ralph Grajeda new baseball coach, Ken Hubbs Award winners announced  San Bernardino County Sun

The immediate focus for the Yucaipa High School baseball team is on the final three games of the regular season as well as the CIF Southern Section playoffs ...



2010 NFL Draft: Ndamukong Suh set to join list of greatest NFL prospects to come out of Oregon high schools (video, links)  OregonLive.com

Former Grant High School and Nebraska defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh is expected to be a top three pick in this year's NFL Draft, which begins Thursday in ...



New senior housing facility The Villas opens in Colton  San Bernardino Sun

COLTON >> When Christina Duran took a tour of The Villas last week, she couldn't help but think how much her sister would love the bathrooms. The senior ...



Getting ahead of the numbers game  InvestigateWest

Over the past six months, reporters working on a series about high school sports concussions in Oregon have made 235 requests for records — or rather, the ...



Clackamas County high school teams make strong stands at Oregon equestrian meet  OregonLive.com

Riders from Canby, Colton, Molalla, Oregon City and other Clackamas County communities say the sport exemplifies sportsmanship and camaraderie.



Graves, Phillips named overall winners of 53rd Ken Hubbs Award  The Inland Empire Community

Jaelan Phillips and Claire Graves were chosen 2017 Ken Hubbs Award winners on Monday from a pool of athletes from 25 high schools in the greater San.



Rim High Cross Country Starts Season  Mountain News

The Rim of the World High School Cross Country team opened its 2017 season on Saturday, Sept. 2, at the 50th annual Colton Swarm Invitational.



Sinfonia Mexicana will present Mother’s Day concert in Colton Saturday  Redlands Daily Facts

Sinfonia Mexicana will present Amor Eterno, its annual Mother's Day concert, at 7 p.m. Saturday at Colton High School's Whitmer Auditorium, 777 W. Valley Blvd.



Sandy man faces DUII charges in accident that injured two Colton High School students  OregonLive.com

Two Colton High School students were injured this evening when they were struck by a car while crossing Oregon 211 in Colton, Oregon State Police reported.



Parkview Medical Center opens Outpatient Center  La Voz Nueva

One of Pueblo's principal sources of employment has expanded its footprint in Pueblo County by adding an outpatient center. Parkview Medical Center has ...



Roger Dan Smith  Arizona Daily Sun

Roger Dan Smith passed away peacefully at home on Friday March 6, 2015 in Flagstaff, AZ at the age of 57. Roger was born August 7, 1957 to Jimmy and.



Oregon high school gymnasts rely on club teams  kgw.com

With the popularity of gymnastics at the Olympics, it might surprise you to know that no Oregon high school has a team. “I was a coach at both Grant and Tigard ...



From farm to city: Who is 'Doc' Ervin, BCSD's next superintendent?  The Bakersfield Californian

When three Bakersfield City School District board members trouped 170 miles to Monterey County this week to interview principals, teachers, parents and ...



Carter High’s Kenny Clark, more local players ready for the NFL Draft  Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

The two biggest names from the Inland Empire to be selected in the NFL Draft this week are a pair of juniors leaving SoCal schools early. UCLA defensive ...



Quick response saves Colton teen struck by stray 6-pound rock  OregonLive.com

A Molalla Fire District crew rushed to the scene, finding a 6-pound rock. After stabilizing the girl, they called for a LifeFlight helicopter ambulance to fly her to ...



Pamplin Media Group - Schools struggle to release concussion records  Pamplin Media Group

Schools struggle to release concussion records, Local News, Portland local News, Breaking News alerts for Portland city.



Washington FFA Evergreen Leadership Tour kicks off membership year  Capital Press

PULLMAN, Wash. — On Sept. 18-22 the Washington FFA State Officers, along with Tye Taylor, the Washington FFA national officer candidate, completed the ...



Red Cross calls for summer blood donations to prevent a shortage  St. Helens Chronicle

The American Red Cross is counting on volunteer donors to give blood and help ensure patient needs can be met this summer.



‘California’s Gold’ cameraman Luis Fuerte to talk about PBS series at local book signings  San Bernardino County Sun

When viewers watching the PBS television series “California's Gold” heard Huell Howser's folksy southern drawl call out “Louie, take a look at this,” they knew ...



YHS Cross Country Team opened season at Colton Swarm  Yucaipa/Calimesa News Mirror

The 2013 Cross Country season opened Saturday at Colton High School.



Class of 2017 graduation ceremonies bring back memories  San Bernardino County Sun

Young people everywhere are donning caps and gowns to mark a milestone in their academic careers, taking that monumental step to a new chapter. From high ...



HIGH SCHOOLS: Hubbs finalists announced for next week’s awards  Press-Enterprise

Student-athletes representing a range of sports – many of whom have athletic and/or academic college scholarships – will be honored Monday at the Ken ...



Burroughs Cross Country: A glimpse of the future  Ridgecrest Daily Independent

Youth shines in Burros' first meet of season at Colton Swarm Invitational.



Oregon Report Cards: Data But No Ratings  OPB News

Oregon's school report cards don't have overall grades for local schools and districts this year. But there is new information in them. Federal education officials ...



San Bernardino shooting victims: Who they were  Los Angeles Times

A father of six. A free-spirit who befriended strangers in the grocery store checkout line. A mother of three who fled religious persecution in Iran. A woman who ...



Family a force for CU’s Jimmy Smith  Denver Post

COLTON, Calif. — Straddling Interstate 10, Colton, Calif., is tucked between the seamy sprawl of San Bernardino and Riverside. Colton (pop. 50,000) is 60 miles ...



Locally: Tyson McGuffin takes title at USA Pickleball National Championships  The Spokesman-Review

Tyson McGuffin got on a roll in the USA Pickleball National Championships and rode the momentum to his first major title.



NFL Pipeline: Long Beach Poly second among high schools for most active NFL players  FOXSports.com

Perennial CIF Southern Section power Long Beach Poly has the second most NFL players in the league according to a recently released NFL survey of the ...



BCSD selects Monterey County administrator as new superintendent  The Bakersfield Californian

GREENFIELD, CALIF. -- Harry “Doc” Ervin, a superintendent who runs a four-school, 3,500-student district in a rural part of Monterey County, has been selected ...



School Exclusion Day . News  OPB News

Starting Wednesday, children who are not up-to-date on their vaccinations can be excluded from Oregon schools unless they have a medical or personal belief ...



Everyday People: 'Mama Wolfe' serves up fun for Warrior baseball  Daily Astorian

In Warrenton circles she is known, quite simply, as “Mama Wolfe.” Because Michelle Wolfe is the ultimate “baseball mom.” Between all of her daughter's softball ...



Dennehy’s trip to MCA clinic rekindles friendship with Kramer  Great Falls Tribune

Memories abound for former Montana Grizzly coach Mick Dennehy.



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