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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
A Temecula nonprofit group pivoted its services to increase advocacy on behalf of children and their families while building their resilience during challenging times. The Empowerment Center was founded in 2005 to provide education,
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
League members and friends crocheted scarves and beanies for students from the Chaffey Joint Union High School District
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KTTV
A business in Riverside is getting some recognition for its love of the. "I wanted to create a brand that represented our community, and had an overall message of spreading peace, love, and unity for all,
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Los Angeles Times
Ohio State has played in a New Year's Six game the past eight seasons and is sure it can overcome key absences when it faces Utah in the Rose Bowl.
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Keywords:
Rose Bowl ~ Ohio State University ~ Utah
The Salt Lake Tribune
The noteworthy Utahns who died in 2021 represented many walks of life. Some died after a long, full life. Others died too young, because of violence or the continuing ravages of COVID-19. The coronavirus claimed the lives of more than 2,
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San Gabriel Valley Tribune
The battle in the trenches looms large when the seventh-ranked Buckeyes and 10th-ranked Utes square off Saturday in Pasadena.
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San Gabriel Valley Tribune
However, despite losing two starters to injury, the San Gabriel Academy boys basketball team nearly pulled that feat off if it wasn’t for Rancho Cucamonga’s Shadale Knight. He led a fourth-quarter surge to carry the Cougars to a 48-43 win over the Eagles on Thursday night to capture the Silver Division championship of The Classic at Damien.
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San Gabriel Valley Tribune
However, despite losing two starters to injury, the San Gabriel Academy boys basketball team nearly pulled that feat off if it wasn’t for Rancho Cucamonga’s Shadale Knight. He led a fourth quarter surge to carry the Cougars to a 48-43 win on Thursday night over the Eagles to capture the Silver Division championship at the Classic at Damien.
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247 Sports
Ohio State quarterback C.J. Stroud was a Heisman finalist in his first year starting, but finished in fourth place in the voting between Alabama quarterback Bryce Young, Michigan defensive end Aidan Hutchinson and Pittsburgh quarterback Kenny Pickett The result did not sit right with Stroud,
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The Press-Enterprise
Saturday’s parade is still on track amid LA County’s coronavirus surge and the sold-out game between Ohio State and Utah is expected to be played.
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Champion Newspapers
A group of four women were arrested by Chino Hills Police Tuesday night on several charges, including suspicion of organized retail theft, after finding no receipts and security tags on
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WCMH Columubus on MSN.com
Ohio State quarterback C.J. Stroud’s path to Pasadena ran through Columbus, Ohio. "I never would've thought I'd come home and play, which is an awesome feeling . . . in front of some fans out here who never got to come see me at Ohio (State),
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Keywords:
Rose Bowl ~ Ohio State University ~ Southern California
Patch
Who won the biggest lottery prizes in Riverside County this year? Here is the 2021 California Lottery Winner breakdown: Temecula: POWERBALL Winning Ticket: An unnamed Powerball winner earns $2,656,980 in an early April Powerball drawing.
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Patch on MSN.com
Who won the biggest lottery prizes in Los Angeles County this year? Here is the 2021 California Lottery Winner breakdown: Brentwood: Mega Millions Winner: Daniel Beltran Eusebio: $2,390,663 playing Mega Millions.
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Keywords:
Los Angeles ~ California State Lottery ~ Greater Los Angeles Area
Los Angeles Times
It was a week of uncertainty for high school sports in Southern California, with teams at all levels dealing with health and safety protocols because of a surge in coronavirus. Somehow, someway, officials for the Damien basketball tournament made the most of an unpredictable situation that saw more than 40 teams from an original group of 88 drop out by day four.
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Keywords:
High school ~ Coronavirinae ~ Los Angeles Times
Fox News
Twenty years ago, even 10 years ago, C.J. Stroud wouldn’t have been let out of the state of California. He wouldn’t have been allowed to take the first plane out of Los Angeles International Airport.
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