Student stand outside R & R Mini Mart holding pepper bellies in chip bags

Twin Palms High School students awarded…

Students at Twin Palms High School who demonstrate exemplary achievement are being doubly rewarded. According to Principal Brook Penca, staff members at the school are invited every month to select students who have demonstrated exceptional academic or personal development. To… Read full article at Palo Verde Valley Times

PVC nursing program conducting community survey:…

With Palo Verde College’s (PVC) January 2019 Vocational Nursing (VN) class application deadline fast approaching (Nov. 11), the community’s premier healthcare education nursing program is also eagerly awaiting the upcoming graduation of current students this coming December. Given the U.S.… Read full article at Palo Verde Valley Times

Police find several guns in home…

Police find several firearms in the home of a teenager who had threatened Yucca Valley High School. According to a news release from the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department, the School Resource Officer notified deputies Monday afternoon that administrative staff… Read full article at KESQ News

Megan Haley poses with another woman

HUSD recognizes teacher with $500 award

The Governing Board of the Hemet Unified School District on nomination by Trustee Megan Haley has selected LaNett Hollencamp, a teacher at Cottonwood School, as the October recipient of the Governing Board Recognition and Award. Ms. Hollencamp received her Bachelor’s… Read full article at The Valley Chronicle

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Hemet High chops it up to…

Hemet High School students in the school’s Culinary Career Technical Education (CTE) class won first place in the Culinary Chopped Competition at the Perris Southern California Fair on Oct. 7, 2018. This was the first time Hemet High was represented… Read full article at The Valley Chronicle

The East Valley Campus becomes a…

In an election that could increase higher education opportunities for the growing eastern Coachella Valley, College of the Desert's satellite campus on the border of Mecca and Thermal has become a hot-button issue for candidates seeking seats on the Desert… Read full article at The Desert Sun

Ghost Walk Riverside gives family-friendly frights

The screams coming from downtown Riverside were all in good fun Friday and Saturday, Oct. 26 and 27, as Ghost Walk gave story-telling tours that sent chills up visitors’ spines. California Riverside Ballet presented the 27th-annual Ghost Walk Riverside, which… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Racism can harm children as young…

Children as young as 7 are sensitive to discrimination and can suffer from its impact, a UC Riverside study has found. Previous studies have shown children that young can identify racism, but the study from UCR psychology professor Tuppett Yates… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Riverside County seeking poll workers

RIVERSIDE - Riverside County's registrar of voters is still looking for poll workers, particularly individuals who speak multiple languages, for the Nov. 6 midterm election. Though no experience is necessary, prospective poll workers are required to attend a training session,… Read full article at The Valley News