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  • Upland and Hemet girls soccer teams receive top seeds for CIF Southern Section playoffs
    The Press-Enterprise
    The Bulldogs (18-3-2) host Walnut (10-10-1) or Valley View (10-6-4) on Thursday. Four other area teams received a top-four seeding in their respective divisions. Claremont, the Palomares League champion, is the No. 3 seed in Division 3, and the Wolfpack (19-1-1) will host Lakewood (7-10) in a first-round match Thursday. Bloomington, the Sunkist ...
  • Travel: How to spend 3 perfect days in Pebble Beach … without picking up a club
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Golf and Pebble Beach go together like skiing and Vail. Each sport is so synonymous with the world-class destination, going there and not playing 18 on the gorgeous Pacific coast or schussing in ...
  • Everything you need to know about the 2020 race in New Hampshire today
    Along with Keene State College and Dartmouth University, Sanders also made a campaign stop in the blue-collar town of Claremont Sunday. Along with his typical stump speech ... New Hampshire, Nevada and California backed by his grassroots movement. Now he’s started adding another state to that list: South Carolina. The Vermont senator made ...
  • Nation's Largest Exhibition, Sale of Rare Books, in Pasadena This Weekend, Celebrates 100th Anniversary of Women's Suffrage
    Pasadena Now
    Materials on women’s suffrage will be on display from the special collection libraries of The Claremont Colleges, University of Southern California, California State University, Dominguez Hills and the Los Angeles Public Library. The Book Fair organizers are also hosting a celebration of the centennial of beloved science fiction and fantasy ...
  • Roundup of Friday’s Top 5 games: La Serna boys basketball wins Del Rio League title
    San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    The Spartans are projected to earn a top-five seed in the CIF Southern Section Division 1 playoffs. Glendora 51, Claremont 48 >> In a play-in game to determine the final playoff spot from the Palomares League, the visiting Tartans (18-11, 5-5) held off a late surge by the Wolfpack for the victory. Hayden Dykstra and Austin Clark each scored a ...
  • Area roundup: WSU women rally past Colorado 69-59
    The Spokesman-Review
    Delsie Johnson scored 13 points for LC (2-17, 1-10). Whitworth 3, Pomona-Pitzer 1: Pirates pitchers Matthew Young and Brett Thomas combined to limit Pomona-Pitzer to four hits, and Whitworth opened its season with a nonconference victory in Claremont, California. Young struck out five and allowed one run over six innings, and Thomas contributed ...
  • Rain and lower temps expected to hit Southern California early next week
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Temperatures are expected to drop throughout Southern California starting on Saturday, with rain throughout most of the region starting sometime on Sunday. The National Weather Service said ...
  • Jury is still out on whether the justice system can be fixed
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    SACRAMENTO – My latest experience with jury duty highlighted some of the well-known flaws in how our system determines an accused person’s guilt or innocence. I was close to being impaneled ...
  • Op-Ed: Panic over the coronavirus recalls other racist chapters in California’s history
    Los Angeles Times on
    Meanwhile, students across California have reported feeling that fear of the virus made them targets ... Tamara Venit-Shelton is an associate professor of history at Claremont McKenna College and author of “Herbs and Roots: A History of Chinese Doctors in the American Medical Marketplace.”
  • Op-Ed: Panic over the coronavirus recalls other racist chapters in California’s history
    Los Angeles Times
    What’s needed is evidenced-based, easily understood information that defuses public anxieties without provoking race-based panic and deepening inequalities. Tamara Venit-Shelton is an associate professor of history at Claremont McKenna College and author of “Herbs and Roots: A History of Chinese Doctors in the American Medical Marketplace.”
  • Democratic Debate Viewing Party Set For Santa Monica
    Patch on
    SANTA MONICA, CA — Viewing parties are planned in Santa Monica and throughout Los Angeles County for Friday's Democratic presidential debate. This is the last debate before the New Hampshire primary Tuesday.
  • Democrats tear into GOP Sen. Collins over acquittal vote
    The Gazette
    Republican Sen. Susan Collins drew attention with her deliberative approach to the impeachment trial, giving Democrats hope she might vote to convict President Donald Trump. She listened, took notes,
  • Dems tear into Sen. Susan Collins over vote to acquit Trump
    Democrats will use anger over Collins' vote to raise money, just as they did after her vote to confirm Kavanaugh. "The state of Maine is going to sink under the weight of all of the Democratic money coming in against her," said John Pitney, a political science professor from Claremont McKenna College in California.
  • Roundup of Tuesday’s top 5 games: La Canada boys basketball wraps up another league title
    San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    Lauren Scoville scored 29 points for La Canada’s girls basketball team in a 57-53 victory over Temple City. … Bonita clinched the Palomares League boys basketball title with a 60-58 win over Claremont. The Bearcats are 25-2 this season. … The Pasadena girls basketball team won it first Pacific League title since 2006 with 74-45 victory ...
  • More than 1,800 pairs of shoes go to Soles4Souls through Rancho Cucamonga firm’s donation drive
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Tony Guglielmo, broker and owner of Allied Commercial Real Estate in Rancho Cucamonga, recently hosted a donation drive to collect new and gently worn shoes for Soles4Souls. Between Dec. 2 and Jan ...
  • Belgian waffles or Spanish paella? Your choice at Viva Sevilla
    The Press-Enterprise
    Caupain said a specialty is paella, made with seafood or chorizo. Dine 909: Redlands, Montclair breweries celebrating anniversaries on Saturday Comfort food is so good at Claremont’s Whisper House you can’t stay quiet The Salted Pig is open in its new Riverside home Golden Corral expects to open Feb. 10 in Moreno Valley McDonald’s will ...
  • Local high school athletes celebrate on signing day
    Los Angeles Times
    Defensive end Brandon Bova, who led the Oilers with 11 sacks, will continue his football career at Claremont McKenna College. Corona del Mar had center Tanner Tomlinson commit to the Western Colorado football program. Fountain Valley distance runner Maddie Jahshan will compete for the Concordia University women’s track and field program.
  • Upland warehouse project criticized by California air regulators, Montclair and Claremont
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    The California Department of Fish and Wildlife said it disagrees with the conclusions ... Instead, it wants Upland to require the developer to use Mountain Avenue as a truck route. Claremont wrote a lengthy response, saying the warehouse/logistics distribution center “could have a detrimental effect on future traffic flows on nearby Claremont ...
  • Review: ‘Earth’ examines the big picture in the San Fernando Valley and around the globe
    Los Angeles Times
    Whatever else can be said about the human race, no one can claim we’ve been idle. In fact, according to the completely fascinating, unexpectedly compelling documentary “Earth,” we move ...
  • Comfort food is so good at Claremont’s Whisper House you can’t stay quiet
    The San Bernardino Sun
    The Whisper House in Claremont has a definite speakeasy vibe, with rough-hewn wooden wall benches and a slew of mixed drinks from which to choose. The only thing missing is a front door with a peep hole so someone behind the door can look through to determine if you qualify for entry! The menu is divided into small plates, sandwiches ...