How to apply for 2nd District Youth Council, sponsored by Supervisor Janice Rutherford

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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
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The Youth Council meets 5-7 p.m. the third Tuesday of the month in Rancho Cucamonga. The term of the council is from September to May, but there may be some optional events during the summer. The group also performs community service projects on evenings ...

Ted Drewes on Route 66 in St. Louis draws crowds and a columnist for frozen custard (but what is it?)

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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
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My books will be for sale. Perhaps more importantly, ice cream will be served. • June will be a good month for Rancho Cucamonga-area fans of 1960s pop: trumpeter Herb Alpert will be at the Lewis Family Playhouse Saturday and songwriter Burt Bacharach ...

Brewster: New CIF-SS football playoff format a bold move that was needed

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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
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Although the high school football season is three months away, this much is clear: Baseline League members Upland and Rancho Cucamonga will advance to the CIF Southern Section postseason. Regardless of their league finish, the Scots and Cougars were ...

Victory, conquest, triumph: Etiwanda High wins third straight National Vocabulary Bowl

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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
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Etiwanda High was presented with a trophy and the top 100 students were awarded medals in a ceremony on May 14. Rancho Cucamonga City Councilman Sam Spagnolo also presented the student body with a letter of commendation from the city. Los Alamitos ...

Bad start for housing: Sales drop 8.7% in Chino, Rancho Cucamonga, Ontario, Upland, and Fontana

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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
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Homebuying in Chino, Rancho Cucamonga, Ontario, Upland, and Fontana started 2019 by falling 8.7% as the county suffered the largest sales drop in over four years. A large jump in the supply of homes — existing and new — available for purchase plus a ...