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  • Inland college notebook: More Hall of Fame honors for Cal Poly Pomona’s Jim Sackett
    The Press-Enterprise
    Sagehens spell sweep on Sixth Street Give Pomona-Pitzer both rounds in the Sixth Street Rivalry, which doubled as the battle for the SCIAC’s top spot. The Sagehens snapped Claremont-Mudd-Scripps’ seven-game winning streak with a 81-76 victory last week that secured Pomona-Pitzer a sweep in the season series between the neighbors.
  • Chino PD to hold forum Wednesday on proposed use of facial recognition technology
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Facial recognition technology is already used by several agencies in the Inland Empire, and the Chino Police Department is considering using the technology in the future. The department is holding ...
  • San Antonio Heights, Upland property owners to get $6.8 million fire tax refund
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    San Antonio Heights and Upland property owners are getting a refund. On Tuesday, Feb. 11, the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors approved giving $6.8 million, plus $400,000 in interest ...
  • Upland hires city manager on 3-2 vote
    The San Bernardino Sun
    Upland has a new city manager: Rosemary Hoerning. Hoerning, previously the public works director, has been interim city manager since last May, meaning she’s already lasted nine months. As Upland city executives go,
  • Jeff Graham: Spartans' Ledbetter makes smart choice
    Kitsap Sun (Bremerton) on
    Here's my casserole-like effort for this week: In high school football over the weekend, Bainbridge senior Alex Ledbetter committed to Pomona College in California. The NCAA D-III school in Claremont, which competes as Pomona-Pitzer, belongs to the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. The Sagehens finished 5-4 in 2019.
  • 4 seek San Bernardino County’s 5th District supervisor seat
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Three elected officials and one political newcomer are looking to succeed longtime San Bernardino County 5th District Supervisor Josie Gonzales in the March 3 election. Jesse Armendarez, a Fontana ...
  • 50 US Colleges with the Most Effective Relaxation Installations
    SALISBURY, Md., Feb. 11, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Want to go to a stressful place? Go to college. Want to experience innovative environments for relaxation? Go to college. College is full of assignments,
  • Column: Anti-Asian panic is spreading like a virus, but it shouldn’t
    Columbus Dispatch
    Tamara Venit-Shelton is an associate professor of history at Claremont McKenna College in Claremont, California, and author of “Herbs and Roots: A History of Chinese Doctors in the American Medical Marketplace.”
  • Peninsula’s Jadyn Lee voted Southern California Girls Athlete of the Week
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Noteworthy: Lee helped lead the Panthers to two wins in the Bay League. The freshman guard had 20 points in a 50-41 win over Leuzinger and followed that with a 19-point effort in a 78-41 win over ...
  • Sun/Bulletin girls athlete of the week: Nnenna Orji, Etiwanda
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Noteworthy: Orji averaged 12 points and nine rebounds in wins over St. Lucy’s and Chino Hills as the Eagles claimed their 20th consecutive league title. Etiwanda, which has won 99 straight ...
  • 5-year-old boy dead after dog attack near Victorville
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    A 5-year-old boy in Oro Grande died on Monday afternoon after he was attacked by his family’s pit bull. Sgt. Jeff Allison with the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department said dispatchers ...
  • Here’s how to audition for the Redlands Bowl production of Disney’s ‘The Little Mermaid’
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Audition dates have been announced for the Redlands Bowl Summer Music Festival’s production of Disney’s “The Little Mermaid.” Wayne Scott, producer and director of the production, has ...
  • March Air Reserve Base employees won’t spread coronavirus, officials say after uniformed personnel ‘accosted’
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    The Americans quarantined at March Air Reserve Base pose no threat to the community, which needs to stop harassing those who work at the base, health officials said Monday, Feb. 10. None of the ...
  • Storm departing Southern California leaves behind high winds
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Skies across most of Southern California should remain clear through the first half the workweek, with temperatures near seasonal averages as a winter storm was expected to leave the region late ...
  • Ducks’ latest teachable moment is learning to play with a lead
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    The Ducks found themselves in the strangest of places on Sunday at KeyBank Center. They held a lead entering the third period against the Buffalo Sabres and they had 20 minutes to protect it and ...
  • 5 don’t miss menu items at Asian Street Eats in Downtown Disney
    The Press-Enterprise
    He’s worked in fine dining kitchens like Per Se and Gilt in New York City and he’s helming a hip new restaurant called Warrior on the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood. But Chef Hung Huynh has an ...
  • US National Book Foundation’s Spring Season: Cross-Country Venues
    Publishing Perspectives
    Having begun in late January with a program at the Charleston County Public Library in Lowcountry South Carolina, the National Book Foundation‘s outreach events programming on Tuesday (February 11) will be in Claremont, California, with a “Family Affairs” session at Scripps College. The program is continuing with its three-year US$900,000 ...
  • New Exhibition Shows a Lost Tijuana And More Local News
    So just given what I see at the dog park in the morning, in terms of the California culture towards new development ... which covers the neighborhoods of mere Mesa university city and Claremont. Troll is a consultant for nonprofits. The mother of three public school students and a long time PTA board member, Speaker 1: 08:54 the school boards.
  • Nelsen Blasts Double and Home Run, but Sagehens Hold Off Bearcats, 6-5
    Willamette Athletics
    CLAREMONT, Calif. -- Michael Nelsen (Jr., C, Folsom, CA/Vista Del Lago HS) hit an RBI double in the second inning, and belted a two-run homer in the eighth inning to cut into a three-run lead by Ponoma-Pitzer (Calif.), but the Sagehens held on for a 6-5 ...
  • Area roundup: Big second quarter carries Montana past Idaho women
    The Spokesman-Review
    Ava Kitchin scored 21 points for Willamette (11-10, 5-7). Whitworth 12-3, Pomona-Pitzer 10-5: Joe Howell’s single drove in Cody Simmons with the go-ahead run in the ninth inning to help Whitworth win the opening game of a nonconference doubleheader in Claremont, California. The host Sagehens earned the split after battling back from a 3-0 ...