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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
It wasn’t easy for female pilots who faced constant prejudice from those unwilling to believe a woman was capable of doing the job.
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Tire Business
Coming off a strong fiscal first quarter, Monro Inc. continues to focus on growth, not only in sales and its ever widening footprint, but also for its workforce.
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The Inland Empire is shaping up to become a major transportation hub in the future. Nine miles of track from Redlands to San Bernardino have been added to the existing 538 miles of Metrolink system and will be open for service in 2022.
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Le Lézard
Technavio forecasts the trade management software market to grow by USD 679.70 million, progressing at a CAGR of over 10% during
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Nation's Restaurant News
We’re bringing the wineries to the people,” says Waters Edge Winery president and founder Ken Lineberger. That’s the idea behind up-and-coming restaurant chain Waters Edge, a Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.-based winery that doesn’t require franchisees to have acres upon acres.
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Redding Record Searchlight
Butler University volleyball player Madison Friebel has seen the world of college athletics change right before her eyes. College athletes in America were in a legal fight against the NCAA so they could profit from their name,
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SB Nation on MSN.com
Yoshi Tsutsugo stayed hot for Oklahoma City, Low-A Rancho Cucamonga rallied to finish a 10-2 road trip on a high note, and a 2020 draft pick by the Dodgers highlighted Sunday’s minor league action. Player of the day Clayton Beeter had his best start of the season for High-A Great Lakes,
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Great Lakes ~ Clayton County ~ United States
Los Angeles Business Journal
With its announcement of a land acquisition in Las Vegas last month, the developer of a high-speed rail line between Las Vegas and Southern California now has land for two key stations. Miami-based rail line developer and operator Brightline Holdings on July 6 announced it had acquired a 110-acre parcel in Las Vegas.
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Tulsa World
Devin Mann’s batting average continues to rise with Tulsa’s temperature. After batting .162 in May, .208 in June and .264 in July, Mann started August 2-for-4 with an RBI for the Drillers in Sunday afternoon’s 6-4 loss to the Midland RockHounds at ONEOK Field.
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Fontana Herald News
Deputies arrested two suspects after locating numerous AR 15 rifles, handguns, ammunition and narcotics at a home in Rancho Cucamonga on July 29, according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff's
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Auto Remarketing
For Toyota and Lexus dealerships in southern California with overwhelmed service drives and recon shops, help literally is on the way.
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Redlands Daily Facts
Some find the name outdated or insensitive, but owners of the street’s two businesses like it. One is Chinese American and says: “If we change the name, we lose the curiosity of,
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247 Sports
Cherokee Trail three-star offensive lineman Travis Gray is set to come off the board later this week when he announces his college
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True Blue L.A on MSN.com
Two of many Dodger minor leaguers promoted Saturday, Ryan Pepiot and Andre Jackson are now within one step of the major leagues.
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Los Angeles ~ Oklahoma City ~ Jackson
Las Vegas Sun
The parade of bumper-to-bumper traffic is a Sunday afternoon ritual heading back to California. Residents of California accounted for 21% of visitors to Las Vegas
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
The city is looking at properties for new multi-family homes, offices and retail space along the proposed West Valley Connector, a 19-mile bus rapid transit project.
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