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TOP Closet, Community Closet West offer resources for community, back to school clothes  The Inland Empire Community

For the past 4 years, the TOP Closet and Community Closet West clothing resource centers have offered clothing, shoes, jackets, and even some school.

Check out Colton High School’s newly renovated football stadium  San Bernardino County Sun

Owen Chang, Facilities Director with the Colton Joint Unified School District, talks about newly expanded walk way in the bleachers at Colton High School ...

Head Coach Ray Rodriguez on bringing glory back to Colton High School football  The Inland Empire Community

Ray Rodriguez is not only a 2008 alumni of Colton High School (CHS), he is also a former center on its football team…and today he is head coach of the.

Summer feeding program available for children 18 and under in Colton Joint Unified School District  The Inland Empire Community

Children ages 18 and younger can participate in the Colton Joint Unified School District's free summer feeding program. This program is offered in.

Sinfonia Mexicana presents Mariachi Divas de Cindy Shea at Colton High  The Inland Empire Community

Sinfonia Mexicana Youth Academy invites you to join us in welcoming Mariachi Divas de Cindy Shea for a festive mariachi concert. This is the first time.

Newspaper salesman Kenny, a local fixture in Colton, living life on his own terms  The Inland Empire Community

If you're a resident of Colton you are likely to be familiar with the man who stands at the corner of Rancho Ave. and Valley Boulevard six mornings a week.

Small fire, little damage to McIntosh Gym at Colton High School  San Bernardino County Sun

A rooftop fire on the McIntosh Gym at Colton High School did a small amount of damage and was quickly put out Monday night, authorities said. The fire ...

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 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 ...

Hear Mariachi Divas de Cindy Shea at fundraising concert in Colton  San Bernardino County Sun

Mariachi Divas de Cindy Shea, an all-female mariachi ensemble, will perform in a fundraising concert 3 p.m. Sunday, April 28, in Whitmer Auditorium at Colton ...

Thursday, July 11, 2019  The Inland Empire Community

Summer Meal Program:Now to July 31 - the City of San Bernardino will have a Summer Meal Program for kids under 18 years of age from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. at.

Miss Colton contestants prepare for pageant this Sunday  The Inland Empire Community

On May 19, 2019 eight young women from the Colton area will be competing for the title of Miss Colton 2019, thanks to the Rotary Club of Colton. There has.

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 ...

Colton Relay for Life raises over $100000  The Inland Empire Community

Over $102000 was raised at American Cancer Society's Relay For Life, which was held at Colton High School, on April 27. The all-day event began with.

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 ...

Woman's Club bestows HOBY awards to deserving students Gift Osueke, Jacqueline Baltierra  The Inland Empire Community

On Tuesday January 8, the Colton Woman's Club at 495 North 7th Street in Colton held their monthly Membership Luncheon Meeting. About 75 people.

Colton Area Museum presents “History of the Gold Prospecting”  The Inland Empire Community

On Saturday, May 1, at 2:30 p.m., the Colton Area Museum's (CAM) guest speaker program will feature Jim Strohm, local historian and well-known authority.

Colton student awarded with WIAA scholarship  Whitman County Gazette

Jordyn Moehrle of Colton High School Monday was named one of two recipients of the seventh annual Smart Choices Scholarship which is presented by.

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.

Jimmy Smith returns to Colton High to present golden football  Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

COLTON >> All across the country in the last few months, football players who played in one of the first 49 Super Bowls got the opportunity to present their high ...

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.

NFL Draft 2019: Minnesota Vikings select Alexander Mattison of San Bernardino High  Press-Enterprise

San Bernardino High School alumnus Alexander Mattison will travel Northeast after he was taken with the final pick of the third round in the 2019 NFL Draft by ...

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 ...

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.

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.

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.

John Van Liere, 92  Sioux Falls Argus Leader

John Van Liere, age 92, of Dell Rapids, formerly of Colton, passed away Thursday, February 21, 2019 at the Dougherty Hospice House in Sioux Falls, ...

P1FCU Prep Athlete of the Week: Reece Chadwick  KLEW

A no hitter or scoring 36 runs in a single baseball game. Which one do you think is more difficult? For Colton baseball's Reece Chadwick it's something he did ...

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

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

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 youth sports coach who sexually abused kids gets nearly 19 years in prison

A Washington man was sentenced Monday to 18 years and 9 months in prison for repeatedly sexually abusing three boys he mentored as a Colton youth ...

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 ...

Schools study Colton's four-day week  The Oregonian -

COLTON -- Every Friday, Colton High School senior Sadie Barnard is up before 5 a.m., heading to work. Two Fridays a month, Colton teacher Kari Sikel, who ...

Cruz Roja local necesita donadores de sangre urgentemente  KUNP - Univision Portland

PORTLAND. Ore. – Con las tormentas invernales que han estado cayendo el estado de Oregon y Washington, la Cruz Roja anunció el lunes una necesidad ...

Colton teacher accused of meeting teen for sex released on bail  San Bernardino County Sun

YUCAIPA >> The Colton High School English teacher accused of meeting a 15-year-old San Diego County boy for sex has been released from jail on $100,000 ...

Inland Empire Future Leaders Program motivates students to succeed, wraps up 35th year  The Inland Empire Community

Over 130 Latino eighth- and ninth-grade students from schools representing San Bernardino, Riverside, Orange and Los Angeles counties participated in the.

Facing 'critical shortage' of type O blood, Red Cross offers donors Amazon gift card  KATU

PORTLAND, Ore. - The American Red Cross faces a "critical shortage" of type O blood, with less than a 2-day supply of the blood available for emergency rooms ...

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 ...

50,000 in Colton without power after lightning strikes substation  KABC-TV

Approximately 50000 Colton residents were without power after lightning struck a major substation in the city on Thursday, officials said.

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 ...

Randy Smith | Obituaries |  Arizona Daily Sun

Randy Smith passed away on December 3, 2018 in Flagstaff, Arizona at the age of 62 after battling cancer. Randy was born in Alpine, Texas and was raised in ...

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 ...

Sports Writer Jay Kitchen Succumbs at 50 – Precinct Reporter Group News  Precinct Reporter Group

Jay Benjamin Kitchen, former Sports and Entertainment Writer for the Precinct Reporter passed away on Friday, May 11. He was 50 years old. Jay lived most of ...

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.

Trevor’s Travels: Colton Area Museum offers a window to the past  San Bernardino County Sun

It has been about 15 years since I first visited the Colton Area Museum. At that time, I was fortunate to meet Larry Sheffield who was the president of the ...

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.

YHS athletes: Huff, Heaton and Halamicek noted at 55th Ken Hubbs Awards ceremony  Yucaipa/Calimesa News Mirror

Along with Yucaipa High School athletes Sydnee Huff and Tyson Heaton, Thunderbirds baseball pitching coach Kevin Halamicek was recognized at the 55th ...

Arizona State quarterback Jayden Daniels wins a top high school award  AZCentral

ASU quarterback Jayden Daniels wins prestigious prep award in his hometown.

Pamplin Media Group - Hanson leads Gervais track this spring  Pamplin Media Group

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HSGT SOCCER: Lakeside 2, Colton 1  Press-Enterprise

We invite you to use our commenting platform to engage in insightful conversations about issues in our community. Although we do not pre-screen comments, ...

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 ...

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 ...

NFL Draft: RB Alex Mattison of Boise State will forgo senior season  San Bernardino County Sun

San Bernardino High School alumnus Alexander Mattison announced on Twitter that he has decided to forgo his senior season at Boise State to enter the 2019 ...

Redlands Symphony signs Maestro Ransom Wilson to another 5-year contract  The Inland Empire Community

The Redlands Symphony has announced an agreement with Ransom Wilson, the orchestra's Music Director and Conductor, on a new contract that will extend ...

2018 Ken Hubbs Foundation Awards winners announced  Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Athletes from several San Bernardino County schools will be honored for their achievements Monday, May 14 at the 54th Ken Hubbs Foundation Awards ...

Brewster: Upland has five athletes headed to CIF State track championships  Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Random thoughts while trying to keep my sanity and personal items while making a move, wondering whatever happened to Tyson Lingenfelter, a three-time ...

Leslie Marie Dahmen | Obituaries  Lewiston Morning Tribune

Leslie Marie Dahmen, 71, of Surprise, Ariz., and summer home resident of Coeur d'Alene for the past 18 years, died of cancer Monday, June 3, 2019, at her ...

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 ...

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.

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.

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.

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 ...

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 ...

Colton students spurred on by pro athletes Shareece Wright, Jermaine Curtis  San Bernardino County Sun

colton >> It's been nearly a decade now since Shareece Wright, Allen Bradford and Jimmy Smith were students in Nadine Kelly's political science class at Colton ...

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

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

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 ...

AWARDS: Cajon’s Washington, San Bernardino’s Mattison honored with Ken Hubbs awards  Press-Enterprise

COLTON – There's plenty of bad news coming out of San Bernardino these days, but two high school senior student athletes showed Monday there are plenty of ...

From the laboratory to the stage | Local  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 ...

Huell Howsers cameraman draws SRO crowd

APPLE VALLEY — After 12 years as Huell Howser's camera and sound man, Luis Fuerte had much to tell a standing-room only crowd at Redeemer Church on ...

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 ...

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 ...

Eileen Kathryn Meshishnek | Obituaries  Lewiston Morning Tribune

Eileen Kathryn Meshishnek passed away peacefully to be with our Lord, Sunday, May 26, 2019, at Aspen Park Cascadia in Moscow, after numerous health ...

Orrin Lee Kambitsch | Obituaries  Lewiston Morning Tribune

Orrin Lee Kambitsch, 80, of Plummer, Idaho, died Monday, May 20, 2019.

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.

REV’s Jaelan Phillips, Citrus Valley’s Claire Graves named Ken Hubbs Award Athletes of the Year  Press-Enterprise

The city of Redlands has produced many great athletes in recent years, and several Ken Hubbs Award Athletes of the Year, including three of the first four girls ...

Fiegel purchases Haug Chiropractic from his business associate  Moscow-Pullman Daily News

Despite the change in ownership, the building at 102 S. Washington St. in Moscow will continue to operate as a chiropractic business, like it has since…

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 ...

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 ...

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.

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 ...

Moreno Valley home where man was shot is owned by Buffalo Bills cornerback Shareece Wright  Press-Enterprise

A shooting last weekend outside a Moreno Valley home owned by a former local football star turned NFL player has him worrying about his family and asking, ...

Stan Sanchez out of the area, but he’s still remembered in Colton  San Bernardino Sun

Random thoughts for a Tuesday morning, glad the Dodgers are on the road so we won't miss Vin Scully nearly as much, wondering whatever happened to Joe ...

GRADUATION 2015: List of Inland schools' ceremonies  Press-Enterprise

Thursday, May 21. Chaffey College, 6 p.m., on campus, 5885 Haven Ave., Rancho Cucamonga. Ace Academy, 6 p.m., Ramona Bowl, 27400 Ramona Bowl ...

COLTON: Special Olympian goes for the gold … again  Press-Enterprise

Step inside Kenny Skinner's bedroom for a glimpse of his athletic accomplishments. Nearly 1,000 medals and ribbons showcasing his achievements hang from ...

Honor Roll | Sunday AM  Lewiston Morning Tribune

MOSCOW — Officials at the University of Idaho have released their dean's list for the 2018 fall semester. Students from this region named to the list include:

Roger Dan Smith | Obituaries |  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.

The Relay for Life: Running to help rescue cancer patients in Riverside, Hemet-San Jacinto, Temecula, elsewhere  Press-Enterprise

Inland cancer survivors, get your running shoes ready. The annual Relay for Life – a fundraising drive for the American Cancer Society that has a team of racers ...

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 ...

Robert Mitchell | Obituaries  Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette

Robert Eugene Mitchell, born Feb. 21, 1930, in Urbana, to Frank and Leona Mitchell of Mahomet, died peacefully in his home on April 13, 2019.

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

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 ...

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 ...

Top Ten: Most accomplished boys high school golfers  Press-Enterprise

The Inland area has been home to many great high school boys golfers who have gone on to play at top-level amateur, college and professional levels.

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 ...

Brewster: Will Lester earns Photographer of the Year in world of motorsports  Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Random thoughts while wondering whatever happened to John Reed and Steve Wharry, CIF Southern Section Class XII football players of the year in 1997 from ...

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.

Artist Spotlight: Riverside teacher lays down pencils for steampunk sculptures  Press-Enterprise

When he was very young, Chris Jones had such an interest in art that by the age of 8 his parents had arranged for private art lessons. He ended up spending the ...

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