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Veteran Spotlight: KyNell Houston

Only 16-years-old, I was searching. I was looking to experience what my parents kept me from as a child, better yet as a teenager. My parents were both teenage parents when I was born. My mother was 15 and my father was 17 when they found out they were going to be parents. Within a […]

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Businesses Must Hire More Vets

By First Lady Michelle Obama and Dr. Jill Biden Two years ago, we launched Joining Forces, a nationwide campaign to rally all Americans to support our veterans and military families. We did this for two simple reasons: because we were both awed by the courage and sacrifice of our men and women in uniform who […]

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1 Minute with Senator Richard D. Roth

As a State Senator, Senator Roth’s role and priorities is to represent 931,349 people who reside in Senate District 31. As you know, Perris is one of the cities in the Senate District which also includes portions of unincorporated Riverside County, March Air Reserve Base and (in addition to Perris), the cities of Riverside, Moreno […]

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Woman vet still going strong after 50

By Juno Kughler Carlson Verretta Johnson is a fleet safety and training instructor at Omnitrans who also serves as Air Force Active Reserve. She first joined the military just before she turned 22. “I was living in Oxnard with my parents and knew that I wanted more. I loved being around people.  I loved to […]

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Three Finalists Named for SBVC President Position

SAN BERNARDINO – Three higher education administrators from the Inland Empire have been named as finalists to become the 13th permanent president at San Bernardino Valley College. The three candidates appeared at an open forum last week organized by the SBVC Academic Senate. The candidates are: Dr. Barbara Blanchard has been a part of the […]

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Residential Assessment Program

SAN BERNARDINO – In its ongoing effort to mitigate the destructive effects of wildland fires, The San Bernardino County Fire Department is offering to its residents a no-cost evaluation of their property’s defensible space. On May 1st, County Fire will be launching its Residential Assessment Program (RAP) promoting hazard reduction around homes that exist in […]

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Crafton Hills College Commencement May 23 at 6:00 PM

YUCAIPA – Approximately 500 students will walk during the 2013 Crafton Hills College (CHC) Commencement to be held in the Campus Quad on Thursday, May 23, beginning at 6 p.m. During the commencement celebration, approximately 600 degrees and certificates will be have been earned and handed out for the fall 2012 and spring 2013 semesters. […]