More Local Rancho News and Sports from Sources Worldwide

Los Angeles Times
Calabasas' Gavin Murphy scores 44 points and Servite's Tyler Small scores 40 points in victories for their respective teams.
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Murphy ~ Tyler ~ Gavin
Houston Chronicle
Among 182 cities compared, including the 150 most populated cities in the country as well as the two largest cities in each state, Laredo was ranked 172 in terms of fun, getting a score of just 23.03 out of 100.
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Le Lézard
Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP) has been recognized by the California Department of Healthcare Services (DHCS) for their innovative Medi-Cal Primary Care Physician Auto-Assignment
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The San Bernardino Sun
The former Mater Dei High star, who led the Crimson Tide to the top seed in the College Football Playoff, is the second consecutive winner from Alabama.
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Los Angeles Daily News
Alabama quarterback Bryce Young is The Associated Press college football player of the year, giving the Crimson Tide its second consecutive winner.
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Highland Community News
Former Redlands East Valley High star Jaelan Phillips, the No. 1 draft pick of the Miami Dolphins, continues to terrorize National Football League quarterbacks.
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D Magazine
A few months ago, I logged into a Zoom seminar hosted by a McKinney-based relocation company called Conservative Move. I’d read about the firm in coverage of the January 6 protests and the 19 North Texans who’d been arrested for storming the U.
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Realty Biz News
The firm is led by Daniel and Heidi Burns, who first opened their brokerage in 1980. The company serves a wide range of first-time, move-up, relocation and downsizing clients across […]
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KMOX News Radio St. Louis on MSN.com
Amid the Major League Baseball labor lockout, there are some new roster moves to report for the St. Louis Cardinals. The team selected four players in the annual Minor League Rule 5 Draft, two outfielders and two pitchers.
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Rule 5 draft ~ St. Louis Cardinals ~ Windermere
Credit Union Insight
Credit union cardholders hit the road and hosted big feasts this Thanksgiving, transacting with gas, grocery and travel merchants at rates sometimes more than double those in 2020. The findings are a part of CO-OP Financial Services’ analysis of card transaction data from Thanksgiving Day through Cyber Monday 2021.
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Mercury News
Fresh off the Pac-12 championship, the Utes have momentum and matchups on their side against the Buckeyes in the school’s first-ever Rose Bowl appearance.
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247 Sports
Ohio State had plans for New Year’s heading into the 2021 football season and they didn’t include California. Miami certainly would have been nice to close out the
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TribLIVE.com
If you paid any attention to what was happening at Heinz Field and inside ACC football stadiums this season, you know all about Pitt quarterback Kenny Pickett. But who are those other three Heisman Trophy finalists?
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The San Bernardino Sun
Before the proliferation of tract homes and commercial centers, the Milky Way was a common sight in the night skies over San Bernardino County’s mountains and desert regions. An ordinance approved by the Board of Supervisors aims to make the gauze-like band of stars easier to see again.
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Rubber World
Richard Smallwood, President and CEO of Sumitomo Rubber North America (SRNA) – a Sumitomo Rubber Industries, Ltd., subsidiary, comprising both Falken Tires and Dunlop Motorcycle Tires, has announced his retirement today,
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The Press-Enterprise
Details: The annual holiday tradition features over 125,000 lights, holiday figurines and decorations. Rancho Cucamonga has put restrictions on pedestrian times to ensure safety and crowd control. Details: Visitors can drive or walk through the neighborhood.
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