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El Don
Los Angeles based artist Danielle Eubank has a vivid memory from her childhood, one which involves her sitting and staring
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Finanznachrichten
RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CA / ACCESSWIRE / March 3, 2022 / Arkansas State Library awarded Auto-Graphics, Inc. a two-year contract for a new integrated resource sharing system and secure hybrid union catalog.
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Digital Journal
RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CA / ACCESSWIRE / March 3, 2022 / Arkansas State Library awarded Auto-Graphics, Inc. a two-year contract for a new integrated resource
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SB Nation on MSN.com
Minor league camp is underway at spring training, but one of the most notable Dodgers prospects isn’t there. Eddys Leonard was one of five players added to the 40-man roster in November, and as a union member he’s locked out of all major league facilities along with over 1,
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Keywords:
Rule 5 draft ~ Press Conference ~ Athletic Bilbao
Los Angeles Times
With the season on the line, there never was any doubt who Sherman Oaks Notre Dame would turn to in the fourth quarter of Thursday’s Southern California Division I regional game against St. Anthony. Senior Ben Shtolzberg and junior Dusty Stromer combined to score 19 of the Knights’ 20 fourth-quarter points to secure a 66-60 victory before a loud,
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Keywords:
Sherman Oaks ~ Ben ~ Notre Dame Fighting Irish football
SB Nation on MSN.com
Not quite the coaching news you were expecting, but still great to hear regardless. The Dodgers have announced that their Low-A affiliate Rancho Cucamonga Quakes will be led by returning manager John Shoemaker in 2022.
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John Shoemaker ~ Rancho Cucamonga Quakes ~ Supreme Court of California
L.A. Taco on MSN.com
What has two thumbs and has gotten his book of poetry into 50 bookstores in Southern California without having landed any deal with a major publisher? This foo. Every poet and author dreams of their work being held up against the greats,
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St. James Plaindealer
Howard L. Humbles, of Rancho Cucamonga, CA, passed away at his home, surrounded by his loved ones on January 15th, 2022 after a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer. Funeral services will be March 3 at 6pm at St.
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Sports Illustrated
Cam Davis seems like he's been around forever as a University of Washington running back. After all, he's on his third Husky head football coach. Making his college debut in 2019, he took a handoff from Jacob Eason and snapped off a 7-yard gain on his lone carry after getting inserted unannounced in the middle of the Oregon game.
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Keywords:
University of California, Davis ~ Washington ~ Spring
The Bakersfield Californian
The Bakersfield Christian boys basketball team (22-9) is playing in the second round of the state playoffs for the second time in four years. The last time the Eagles made it this
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Ventura County Star on MSN.com
The Camarillo girls and Villanova Prep boys basketball teams and the Pacifica boys and Oaks Christian girls soccer teams win state openers Tuesday.
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Keywords:
Tournament ~ Football ~ Victory
Los Angeles Times
President Biden's first State of the Union addressed his plans for the economy and the pandemic but said little on climate change.
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Yahoo
By any objective metric, the Bakersfield Christian girls soccer team put the game away pretty early Tuesday evening in a 6-0 win. It took just eight and a half minutes for Sydney Carrieri to open the scoring by converting a give-and-go,
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AOL
Nicolas Romo, League of California Cities. That brings us to the "Taxpayer Protection and Government Accountability Act," a proposed initiative co-sponsored by the California Busi
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Washington Square News
Anyone who has tried their hand at cooking knows that the sauce is the hardest part of a dish to get right. Too much salt, too little garlic — it's a complicated yet sacred element that creates the identity of a culture’s cuisine.
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Director of Learning & DevelopmentNational CORE Angel Rogers, ARM, CAM, CCRM, started her career with National Community Renaissance in 1996 as a community
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