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Gov. Gavin Newsom announced a new council Wednesday to educate California's students on the Holocaust and genocide.
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The council grew out of bills authored by Sen. Henry Stern, D- Calabasas, and Assemblyman Jesse Gabriel, D-Woodland Hills. The council's role will be to identify resources to teach students across California about the Holocaust and other acts of genocide,
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KNX 1070 News Radio Los Angeles on MSN.com
Gov. Gavin Newsom today announced the launch of the Governor’s Council on Holocaust and Genocide Education during a visit to the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles.
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Gavin Newsom ~ Education ~ Genocide
LinkedIn
God Bless our Service members: "The Fayette County Courthouse won't be flying the American flag at half-staff today as ordered by President Joe
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Rubber and Plastics News
Sumitomo Rubber North America will raise its prices once again for Ohtsu-brand tires with their third increase of 2021 slated for this month.
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SB Nation on MSN.com
The Arizona Fall League will be back in action on October 13. There will be six teams filled with some of baseball’s top prospects. One of the six teams will have seven Dodgers prospects, including some of their top ranked guys.
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Robert L. Miller ~ Arizona Fall League ~ United States
True Blue L.A on MSN.com
The Dodgers will send seven prospects to the Arizona Fall League, including their No. 1 prospect Bobby Miller.
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Robert L. Miller ~ Los Angeles ~ Los Angeles Dodgers
The Press-Enterprise
Plus, a Rancho Cucamonga brewery is raising funds for a fallen Marine, and BJ’s Restaurant and Brewhouse is hosting its latest beer dinner next week.
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SB Nation on MSN.com
The quote every Dodgers fan is gripping to their heart right now as a hard little talisman? “He’s going to be a psychopath either way,” said Trea Turner of Max Scherzer getting ready for the Wild Card Game.
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Max Scherzer ~ Los Angeles Dodgers ~ Lebanon
VolunteerMatch
Do you have a a couple hours a week/month available to volunteer your time? Your time and efforts could benefit a hospice patient. Cadence Hospice provides hospice services to patients
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Strange things have happened in Baseline League girls volleyball matches this season. So whenever a team has the opportunity to walk out of the gym with a sweep, they need to take advantage. Los Osos was on the brink of extending Tuesday evening’s match to a fourth set,
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Meaww
Ready to begin her own love story, here's a look at the 30 men vying for Michelle Young's hand in 'The Bachelorette'
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Middle East North Africa Financial Network
Najarian Furniture is a company that boasts decades of experience in the furniture industry. They are known for delivering innovative and top-quality furniture that brings value to the home furnishings marketplace through a deep understanding of their clients’ needs.
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Redlands Daily Facts
A Riverside man’s father nearly died from it. An Ontario woman never met an older sister who did die from it. And a Rancho Cucamonga woman’s mother helped flu patients. Columnist David
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Orange County Register
Teachers and school administrators are stepping up, creatively and proactively approaching ways to hone in on social-emotional learning this year more than ever.
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Benzinga.com
Agent Information Software (AIFS), the parent company of Auto-Graphics, Inc. (A-G), has released second quarter
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