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Taft Midway Driller
Two Southern California residents were killed and a third seriously injured in a traffic accident on Old River Road early Friday.
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San Gabriel Valley Tribune
The Vikings’ losses were to Arcadia 4-1 and South Hills 3-2, and they bounced back with solid wins over Rancho Cucamonga and Palm Desert to end the week.
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Credit Union Insight
CO-OP Financial Services is now Co-op Solutions, the company announced today at the CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference (GAC). The company’s rebranding, including a new name, corporate tagline and logo,
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
The Eagles overcome a 14-point, third-quarter deficit to win their first section title. The Trailblazers led until star player Juju Watkins fouled out with 3:28 left.
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The San Bernardino Sun
Fifteen Inland basketball teams qualified for the CIF State playoffs, which begin this week and conclude March 11-12 in Sacramento.
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
“Our regional home since 1990 has stretched from Rancho Cucamonga to Claremont. This is a community that has consistently shown its support of the arts, so we are optimistic that the arts are goingto stay strong, and we are doing our part to continue the ...
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The Bakersfield Californian
With the Central Section basketball and soccer playoffs barely in their rearview mirrors, several area teams are now preparing for this week’s Southern California regional playoffs.
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The Bakersfield Californian
With the Central Section basketball and soccer playoffs barely in their rearview mirrors, several area teams are now preparing for this week’s Southern California regional playoffs.
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Writer Glenn Wenzel has penned two books on the mountain’s history. He takes columnist David Allen up, pointing out sites as they walk.
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Los Angeles Times
Etiwanda pulled off a stunning come-from-behind 69-57 win over Sierra Canyon in the Southern Section Open Division championship game Saturday night.
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Keywords:
Etiwanda ~ Sierra County ~ Professional wrestling championship
Los Angeles Times
Etiwanda pulled off a stunning come-from-behind 69-57 win over Sierra Canyon in the Southern Section Open Division championship game Saturday night.
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Keywords:
Etiwanda ~ Sierra County ~ Canyon
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Winners of the 2022 San Bernardino County Academic Decathlon have been announced. The teams with the highest overall scores are Chaffey High School in Ontario, first place; Redlands High School, second;
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
The Tigers aren’t able to make shots in overtime and end up losing to Villanova Prep in the CIF-SS Division 5AA championship game.
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The Press-Enterprise
The senior guard, who was having an outstanding season when she injured her knee in January, has been cleared to play in Saturday’s Open Division final.
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Shadale Knight sank a pair of free throws with no time on the clock to help the Cougars win the program’s first section title.
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The Press-Enterprise
The Huskies’ unselfish play is critical, as four players score in double figures in the victory over Harvard-Westlake.
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