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  • The Claremont Institute receives humanities medal from the White House
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    The Claremont Institute, a right-wing think tank based in Upland, was one of four recipients of the National Humanities Medal given out by President Donald Trump this week, the White House announced. The conservative advocacy group — not affiliated with the Claremont Colleges — was honored “for championing the Nation’s founding ...
  • ‘Lassie’ pal Jon Provost returns to childhood home in Pomona for dedication
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    It’s based in Pomona and the Adamyks, who lived in Claremont, decided they wanted to be based in Pomona too. They live in the house, but with so much space, nearly 7,000 square feet, they list two bedrooms on Airbnb and rent the grounds for corporate events and weddings. They also offer space for free to missionaries and allow select ...
  • Dine 909: Loma Linda finally gets Hiccups; Burgerim opens in Redlands
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Signage is up at the former Domino’s at 345 Pearl Ave., Suite 100. Each Loving Hut location serves a unique menu. For instance, the Upland location leans toward Asian entreés, while the Claremont location features mostly Italian and Mexican dishes. There’s no indication what the menu will be like in Redlands, but we do know it will be vegan.
  • Pomona has decided where cannabis-related businesses will be permitted
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    (Rendering courtesy of Pomona) The modification to the map was made after neighboring cities including Chino, Walnut, Claremont and La Verne raised concerns about the proximity of such activity to their respective shared borders with Pomona. The revision ...
  • La Verne voters will be asked to OK a 0.75% sales tax measure in March
    San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    Claremont voters were the first in the region to strike down an increase. The measure failed to get majority voter approval in the Nov. 5 special election. That same night, other sales tax measures were approved by large margins in four San Gabriel Valley cities. Mark Gutierrez, president of the La Verne Police Officers’ Association ...
  • Chaffey-SBVC bowl contest should be offensive showcase
    The Press-Enterprise
    Anderson, a native of Jackson, Tenn., is the ninth-ranked recruit from Arizona, where he plays for Dream City Christian in Phoenix. The Claremont-Mudd-Scripps men’s soccer team used second-half goals 3:33 apart from Ethan Tyng and Samay Rahim to dispose of host Trinity, 2-0, and capture its NCAA Division III soccer regional last weekend.
  • Sun/Bulletin girls athlete of the week: Golide La, Claremont
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Noteworthy: The Wolfpack finished as the runner-up in CIF-SS Division 2, and La was a huge part of the team’s successful postseason run. Claremont played three times last week, defeating Long Beach Poly and South Torrance before falling to Woodbridge in the final. In those three matches, La was 9-0 in singles. She was 21-0 in singles in the ...
  • Trump awards arts medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss, James Patterson
    Los Angeles Times
    He appears in the Showtime series “Ray Donovan.” The recipients of the National Humanities Medal are: —The Claremont Institute “for championing the Nation’s founding principles and enriching American minds.” —Teresa Lozano Long “for supporting the arts and improving educational opportunities” through scholarships and philanthropy.
  • Claremont girls tennis team edged by Woodbridge in Division 2 title match
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window) Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) Click to print (Opens in new window) Caren Uribe’s body language tells the story of the Claremont double’s team defeat by Woodbridge in a tie ...
  • Corona del Mar girls’ tennis beats Marlborough to win CIF Division 1 title
    Los Angeles Times
    Juniors Reece Kenerson and Alden Mulroy dumped a water cooler on him after top-seeded CdM won the CIF Southern Section Division 1 title Friday, defeating Los Angeles Marlborough 11-7 in the final at the Claremont Club. Gresh grinned and remarked how cold the water was. Mulroy immediately apologized. “I’m sorry,” she said with a touch of ...
  • Pomona Valley Habitat for Humanity holds Prayers Over Easy breakfast
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Pomona Valley Habitat for Humanity helps provide simple and affordable housing for working families in its service area that covers Chino, Chino Hills, Claremont, Covina, Diamond Bar, Glendora, La Puente, La Verne, Montclair, Ontario, Pomona, Rancho Cucamonga, San Dimas, Upland, Walnut and West Covina, according to the press release.
  • Author adds a sixth stage of grief, one he’s had to live
    Los Angeles Times
    “Is this just hideous, or can it be part of my son’s legacy and meaning that he comes with me to so many cities to help people?” Owchar is executive director of advancement communications at Claremont Graduate University.
  • IE Varsity’s high school football leaders, Nov. 14
    The Press-Enterprise
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  • Schurr advances to boys water polo finals; Westride, Rowland to battle for girls tennis CIF title
    San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    The second quarter proved to be the difference as the Celts outscored the Conquerors, 3-0. Crespi will take on Claremont Saturday in Irvine. Los Altos finishes the season with a 20-10 record. It will be a San Gabriel Valley showdown for a CIF Southern Section Division 4 girls tennis championship Friday as Westridge and Rowland each advanced ...
  • Girls’ tennis: Southern Section semifinal results and championship schedule
    Los Angeles Times
    Division 2: #4 Claremont vs. #3 Woodbridge, 10:30 a.m. Open Division: #1 Irvine University vs. #2 Peninsula, 10:45 a.m. Division 1: #1 Corona del Mar vs. Marlborough, 11 a.m. Division 3: #1 Portola vs. Sherman Oaks Notre Dame, 1 p.m. Division 5: #1 Segerstrom vs. #2 Western, 1:15 p.m. Division 4: #1 Westridge vs. #2 Rowland, 1:30 p.m.
  • Top-seeded Corona del Mar girls’ tennis beats Huntington Beach to reach CIF Division 1 final
    Los Angeles Times
    The Sea Kings (17-5) will face Los Angeles Marlborough (17-2) in the final at the Claremont Club on Friday at 11 a.m. Marlborough beat Camarillo 11-7 in the other semifinal. Gresh called getting to the Claremont Club a “big accomplishment,” but he also told his team that the job has yet to be completed. “We want to finish strong,” said ...
  • Alhambra to vote on sales tax hike in March
    San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    Earlier this month, four San Gabriel Valley cities passed similar sales tax increases — Irwindale, Monrovia, Sierra Madre and South Pasadena. Claremont also put forth a sales tax increase, but with votes left outstanding, the matter is not yet decided, with the noes ahead by 140 votes as of Wednesday afternoon.
  • Inland area college notebook: Showdown looms between UCR’s McRae and CBU’s Davis
    The Press-Enterprise
    It will be up to Davis to let McRae know when he’s being hit on Dec. 4. And it will be up to McRae not to let it show. Last year, the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps men’s soccer team went 15-2-1 and boasted the nation’s top defense (allowing 0.22 goals a game). All that got the Stags was a snub from the NCAA after CMS lost in the SCIAC Tournament ...
  • Westridge and Rowland girls tennis in CIF semifinals on Wednesday
    San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    Rowland’s only loss of the season came in a road season opener to Hart (11-6). The winners of Wednesday’s matches will hook up in the finals that will take place Friday at the Claremont Club at 1:30 p.m. AREA CROSS-COUNTRY RUNNERS SHINE AT LEAGUE FINALS Last week, many of the area’s top cross-country runners turned in top performances in ...
  • Meet six artists making the public art you’ll soon see on Metro’s Crenshaw/LAX Line
    Los Angeles Times
    “I learned early on how awful it was to dislike people based on factors beyond their control.” Scholnick studied ceramics and sculpture at Sacramento State before earning her MFA from Claremont Graduate University. Post-graduation life, she says, laughing, “was a pretty rude awakening.” To sustain herself financially, she taught English ...