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247 Sports
LSU starting cornerback Eli Ricks will miss the rest of the season with an injury, coach Ed Orgeron said Wednesday morning on the SEC coaches teleconference. Orgeron previously said at a press conference on Monday that Ricks would play against Florida on Saturday "as far as I know.
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
The city will use the stimulus to beef up police patrols, improve streets and alleys and assist small businesses.
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
The Cougars won a five-set match for the sixth time and will try to clinch at least a share of the Baseline League title Thursday.
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The San Bernardino Sun
Burum left the private sector to become deputy city manager in charge of planning and building in the fast-growing city. “I was sold on the vision,” he tells columnist David Allen.
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The Quinnipiac Chronicle
For every kid starting off their baseball careers, the ultimate dream is to make it to the big leagues. For Quinnipiac alumnus Colton Bender, he could not ask for more last summer. The San Diego Padres called his name in the 10th round of the 2021 MLB Draft,
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The Press-Enterprise
Also, find out how to help fight cancer by ordering from Pizza Guys, and a new muffin shop is inspiring folks in Rancho Cucamonga.
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Rolling Out
While hospitals are struggling to keep up with the number of unvaccinated people with severe COVID-19 illness, the FDA granted full approval last month of Pfizer’s vaccine for those ages 16 and up. It’s worth noting that emergency-use authorization also remains in place for the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson shots,
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Sampson Independent
A man who inflicted a fatal slash wound to his uncle during a 2018 family gathering at a Clinton home will face more than 13 years in prison for the killing, which occurred as the relatives
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247 Sports
E.J. Wash has only 17 varsity football games – but he’s gone against the best the Inland Empire and the Northeast had to offer in truncated times. The 5-foot-11, 170-pound cornerback challenged wide receivers with a four or six-inch height advantage over him or WRs who came with multiple offers in
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Redlands Daily Facts
The 1,657 sloping acres of dry scrub and boulders in Highland that had been slated for 3,600 houses as part of the Harmony development is one step closer to being sold. The Orange County Board of Supervisors on Oct.
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The Press-Enterprise
Hello Auto Group, a Valencia-based company, has bought two longstanding Temecula dealerships owned by John Hine for undisclosed terms. The deals closed Oct. 4, according to Karl Schmidt, president of Hello Auto.
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Sports Illustrated
Ohio State quarterback C.J. Stroud and Michigan State wide receiver Jalen Nailor were named the Big Ten’s co-offensive player of the week on Monday morning, with Stroud also taking home the conference’s freshman of the week honors.
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Colorado ~ Freshman ~ Ohio State Buckeyes
The Press-Enterprise
A handful of Inland teams already have clinched league titles, but many championship races will be decided this week.
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
With the grip from a second year of drought tightening, a regional water-planning agency in the Inland Empire is moving ahead for the first time in its history with a more controversial program: cloud seeding.
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Highland Community News
On the weekend of Sept. 24-26, the 22nd annual Sheriff’s 2021 PRCA (Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association) Rodeo took place at Glen Helen Park in Devore.
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Highland Community News
Bogh, who was elected in November 2020 to succeed Sen. Mike Morrell, has just completed her first year in the Legislature.
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