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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Business shutdowns in Southern California have wreaked havoc in some sectors of commercial real estate – most notably retail. Others such as manufacturing and warehouse buildings have barely ...
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Sports Illustrated
A total of 11 will then be “named” at the conclusion of the finals following on-field drills, classroom instruction, off-field human development and routes-on-air. McCord committed to the Buckeyes in April of 2019,
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Among the food distributions scheduled in June are Food for Life Ministry’s Saturday, June 20, distribution in Chino and Unidos por la Musica’s event Thursday, June 25, in Fontana. Food for ...
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Tire Business
"It does look like June will be an all-time record month for Sumitomo Rubber North America," Mr. Leeper declared. "It seems as though consumers have both time and money, which is very conducive for them having their vehicles serviced.
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The San Bernardino Sun
I attended a two-room school house in a small town called Newsoms, Virginia, with two teachers — one taught everyone in the lower grades and a second taught those in the fourth through seventh grades.
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San Francisco Chronicle on MSN.com
California Lottery officials acknowledged a shortage of Scratchers, the popular instant win-or-lose tickets, due to distribution problems caused by the coronavirus outbreak.
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Benzinga.com
RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif., June 19, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Amphastar Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMPH) announced today that Bill Peters, CFO, Dan Dischner, Vice President of Corporate Communications and Human Resources, and Tony Marrs, Sr. Vice ...
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
During the most recent years of the national immigration debate, when California has led the way with a swaggering braggadocio in the fight with the federal government over protecting undocumented ...
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Curry Coastal Pilot
Norman “Norm” Ralph Oberst, died peacefully at his Coos Bay, Oregon home Thursday, June 4, 2020 from complications of heart disease. He was 92 years old.
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The San Bernardino Sun
Former and current employees have accused Mayor John Valdivia of sexual harassment and creating a hostile workplace. It’s unclear when results of the investigation will be made public.
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Sarasota Herald-Tribune
Choosing wines to pair with food is not “rocket science,” insists Wine Spectator: “ ... you don’t have to learn complicated
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
From Redlands to Pomona, we’ve found 27 independent restaurants and 5 other food businesses operated by Black people, with offerings from vegan and smoothies to barbecue and soul food.
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
U.S. Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Julia Carrasco of Rancho Cucamonga was serving as an aviation maintenance technician aboard the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) on Aviation Maintenance Technician Day in May.
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Highland Community News
(R-Rancho Cucamonga) released the following statement after the legislature's passage of its 2020-21 state budget bill:
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The San Bernardino Sun
The mural will feature colorful artistic renderings of five Black men and women who died at the hands of police.
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Modern Tire Dealer
Passenger vehicle miles driven have made a steady comeback from the pit of late March and early April, and Rick Brennan, vice president of strategic planning for Sumitomo Rubber North America Inc., says the data shows passenger travel has recovered 90% of what was lost three months ago.
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