Constitution Week celebration

Constitution Week was September 17 through the 23, celebrating the United States Constitution as the oldest constitution still in active use in the world today. It is the basic document of our republic, which protects individual liberties of citizens through… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

‘Celebrating Life Without Limits’

Entertainment First! Musical Theatre University with a special guest appearance by Broadway actor Janene Lovullo gave an outstanding performance for United Cerebral Palsy of the Inland Empire “ Celebrating Life Without Limits” luncheon held at the Ritz Carleton in Rancho… Read full article at The Desert Sun

Daughters of the American Revolution formal…

Daughters of the American Revolution was founded in 1890. The Sons of the American Revolution was founded earlier, by men who wanted to honor their ancestors who fought for Independence. When a group of women, who also claimed a patriot… Read full article at The Desert Sun

Beaumont community celebrates safety and good…

Hailey Evans was not excited about getting a flu shot from Walgreens during the Safety Fair last Friday afternoon at the Chatigny Center in Beaumont. The 15-year-old was encouraged to get a flu shot by her Interact adviser Bruce Murrill,… Read full article at Record Gazette

Hemet Unified and San Jacinto Unified…

HEMET – Students from Hemet Unified and San Jacinto Unified were recognized as Students of the Month at an awards breakfast, Sept. 13, at the Sizzler restaurant in Hemet. Students were selected from Hemet High School, West Valley High School,… Read full article at The Valley News

Superintendent’s message to HUSD students and…

School administrators, teachers, Hemet city officials and community leaders gathered Thursday, Oct. 4, to hear Hemet Unified School District Superintendent Christi Barratt outline the district's successes and make preparations for the district to become "The Premier Choice" for students and… Read full article at The Valley News

Californians get prepped for Great Shakeout…

RIVERSIDE COUNTY, Calif.- - People in government offices, businesses, and schools throughout Riverside County will stop everything for a minute today to "drop, cover and hold on" during a statewide earthquake preparedness drill, now in its 10th year. The Great… Read full article at KESQ News

Middle school students in Palm Springs…

PALM SPRINGS, Calif- - October is anti-bullying month and an anti-bullying group made a stop at a Palm Springs Middle School Sunday morning. "The trouble that I've been through, I'm still surprised that I still made it through," an sixth… Read full article at KESQ News

Students lobby for DACA and their…

Community colleges this week in the Inland Empire are participating in a statewide effort to support undocumented immigrant students by lobbying Congress to find a permanent solution to DACA and give participants a pathway to citizenship. DACA, or Deferred Action… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

In Riverside County, ‘just a teacher’…

High school teacher Julia Peacock wants to teach her opponent, and the political world, a lesson about beating the odds. Other Democrats running for Congress share Peacock’s views, but are given much better chances of winning on Nov. 6. Despite… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise