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Tire Business
As the year winds to a close, dealers throughout the U.S. find themselves coping with a growing dichotomy — rising consumer demand versus product shortages and looming price increases. According to nearly every market forecast,
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KMPH – Fresno-Visalia on MSN.com
The Madera County Sheriff's Office got the 9-1-1 call around 10:00 a.m. The couple, both 50-years-old from Rancho Cucamonga were hiking along the creek when the woman slipped and fell in. Her husband jumped in after her and helped her to a place where ...
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Bass Lake ~ Willow Creek ~ News
CBS Local on MSN.com
Some of the cities which could be effected include Moorpark, Simi Valley, Sylmar, San Fernando, Azusa, Rancho Cucamonga and Banning.
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Thanksgiving ~ Southern California ~ Santa Ana winds
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Mercury News
The strongest winds, blowing about 55 to 65 mph, are expected Thursday evening, into Friday afternoon, weather officials said.
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FoodBusinessNews
CARROLLTON, TEXAS — BuzzBallz, a woman-owned, premium premixed cocktail company, has collaborated with Drunken Cake Pops, a boutique, woman-owned bakery, to create BuzzBallz X Drunken Cake Pops. The new pack includes six cake pops infused with various flavors of BuzzBallz cocktails.
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San Luis Obispo Tribune on MSN.com
In addition, Smith has tapped into his Los Angeles area recruiting pipeline, bringing in a crop of freshmen from the Southland, including 5-10 point guard Camren Pierce of Rancho Cucamonga High School High, whom he expects to see playing time. Six-foot-six ...
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California Polytechnic State University ~ Season ~ Big West Conference
Eastern Arizona Courier
Isaac lived and went to school in Rancho Cucamonga, California and Safford, Arizona. He was the recipient of the President’s Award in the fourth grade and was a GATE student. He was a bright and curious child.
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The Desert Sun
Investigators say the suspect admitted to stomping the child's head. He's in custody without bail, according to jail records.
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San Bernardino ~ Desert Hot Springs ~ Stomp
Orange County Register
The strongest winds, blowing about 55 to 65 mph, are expected Thursday evening, into Friday afternoon, weather officials said.
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Orange County Register
U.S. holiday survey shows the average holiday shopper will spend $695 this year, a 20% decline from last year.
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Cleveland Jewish News
Marsha Samuels (nee Shifrin), 76, of Williamsburg, Va., formerly of Beachwood, passed away Nov. 15, 2020. Born Aug. 30, 1944, to Charles and Bessie Shifrin in Cleveland, Marsha graduated from Cleveland Heights High School and John Carroll University,
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Fontana Herald News
San Bernardino County will pay $65 million to Rancho Cucamonga-based developer Jeffrey Burum to settle a lengthy court battle over the notorious Colonies corruption case which dominated headlines in t
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The Real Deal
Recent data from Apartment List found estimated rents for vacant apartments in L.A. are down 5.3 percent from the beginning of the year, according to the Times. Conversely, rents are up 6.9 percent in Riverside County and 9.
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The San Bernardino Sun
Prosecutors put Rancho Cucamonga developer Jeffrey Burum on trial, and after he was acquitted, Burum sued the county for retaliating against him.
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Benzinga.com
Nearly 200 students will participate in Chaffey College's first "drive-in" commencement on Dec. 4. Students, faculty, administrators and the Governing Board will be in
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