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The San Bernardino Sun
Suicide prevention seminar ‘an eye-opener’ for Rancho Cucamonga, Ontario parents World Trade Center beam highlights 9/11 history lesson for Jurupa Valley high school students San Jacinto, San Bernardino school districts praised for supporting LGBT ...
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The Press-Enterprise
Other highs Friday include 80 in Big Bear; 81 in Wrightwood; 82 in Running Springs; 95 in Hesperia; 96 in Victorville; 98 in Yucaipa; 100 in Lake Elsinore, Ontario and Redlands; 101 in Perris, Murrieta and Rancho Cucamonga; and 102 in Hemet, Menifee and ...
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Suicide prevention seminar ‘an eye-opener’ for Rancho Cucamonga, Ontario parents World Trade Center beam highlights 9/11 history lesson for Jurupa Valley high school students San Jacinto, San Bernardino school districts praised for supporting LGBT ...
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Los Angeles Times
Eight seniors at Rancho Cucamonga are prospects in the 247Sports database. Only quarterback CJ Stroud is rated a four-star and only 6-foot-6 offensive lineman Julian Ripley has committed, choosing San Diego State. The rest are weighing their options ...
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
A year after four Rancho Cucamonga students killed themselves in an eight-day period, two school districts paired up for a suicide prevention seminar on Wednesday, Sept. 11. Geared to inform parents, students and the community, the workshop was presented ...
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Dylan M. Rickard graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland in Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force ...
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Los Angeles Times
Claudine Griggs, at the time a law-office secretary and part-time graduate student in Rancho Cucamonga who went to Biber for surgery in 1991, says she heard the surgeon concocted a cover story about his first patient being “an accident victim” to avoid ...
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Los Angeles Times
I wouldn’t be running my own business and making as much money.” Schott, 55, a freight hauler from Rancho Cucamonga, also echoed the universal complaint of the bill’s opponents: He’ll lose flexibility. “I’d have to work by the company’s ...
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The Press-Enterprise
Norco trailed early in last week’s game with Rancho Cucamonga but used big second and third quarters to pull away for a 59-44 victory. Fernando Chairez rushed for 139 yards and five touchdowns and also had a touchdown catch. Jaden Navarette has posted ...
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
As students arrived at Los Osos High School in Rancho Cucamonga on Wed., Sept. 11, they were reminded of the worst terrorist attack on American soil that took place 18 years ago in New York City, Washington D.C. and outside of Shanksville, Pennsylvania.
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The Press-Enterprise
This opens a door that has basically been shut to local programming on the station since the afternoon drive-time “Inland Sports Show” was canceled in August 2018 and the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes moved down the dial to another iHeartMedia station ...
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Redlands Daily Facts
Vogel played at Upland Christian Academy in Rancho Cucamonga during her sophomore season. She and Jenna Holmes decided to make the move to Ontario Christian for their junior season. “I really love the atmosphere and the way the community gives our teams ...
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Los Angeles Times
His bat, however, was still prone to slumps. Playing mostly with the Dodgers’ Class-A affiliate in Rancho Cucamonga during 2016 and 2017, Smith’s batting average still hovered below .250. In more than 450 at-bats, he hit only 15 home runs.
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The Press-Enterprise
11, 2001. “I wasn’t there to experience it, so all it means to me is a tragic day in America,” said Poon, 18, a senior at Los Osos High School in Rancho Cucamonga. “It shouldn’t happen again.” Derek D. Robertson was born seven months after the ...
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The San Bernardino Sun
11, 2001. “I wasn’t there to experience it, so all it means to me is a tragic day in America,” said Poon, 18, a senior at Los Osos High School in Rancho Cucamonga. “It shouldn’t happen again.” Derek D. Robertson was born seven months after the ...
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Max Poveda of Rancho Cucamonga, left, won the national championship on double mini trampoline for ages 13-14 at the USA Gymnastics Championships in Des Moines, Iowa, in July. With him is his coach Dalainey Glowacki of World Elite Gymnastics in Ontario.
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