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Lake Perris museum spotlights Native American,…

About 70 fourth-graders from Palms Elementary School in Perris recently had their eyes opened to natural and Native American history. It happened during a visit to the Ya’i Heki’ Regional Indian Museum overlooking Lake Perris. Its name means “Home of… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

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Palm Springs Pathfinders honor this year’s…

The dedicated women of Palm Springs Pathfinders gather each April at Thunderbird Country Club in Rancho Mirage to end their philanthropic season with their "Hats Off! Luncheon." It’s a festive affair, not only because the majority of ladies actually do… Read full article at The Desert Sun

Tonight Show entertains, raises money for…

The local Young Life Desert Cities branch recently held one of their most significant fundraising events of the year. Guests and community members from across the valley came together at Southwest Community Church for the Desert Cities Tonight Show, which… Read full article at The Desert Sun

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Inland Empire Chapter of Distinguished Flying…

Retired U.S. Air Force Reserve Col. Warren Eastman spoke about the 1966 Battle of A Shau Valley in Vietnam at a recent meeting of the Distinguished Flying Cross Society, Inland Empire Chapter. U.S. Air Force Maj. Bernie Fisher was awarded… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

As a candidate for president, Harris…

With her background as a prosecutor complicating her presidential campaign, California Sen. Kamala Harris backed away this week from her previous stances on prosecuting the parents of truant students. Harris, a Democrat who championed tough-on-truancy laws as one of her… Read full article at EdSource

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Vulcan Mt. Boys Band brings Bluegrass…

Students at Vista Murrieta High School in Murrieta were surprised at their Wednesday, April 10 lunch hour with the appearance of the Vulcan Mt. Boys Bluegrass band, headliners in the Temecula Bluegrass Festival that weekend. It was both a fun… Read full article at The Valley News

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Students invited to free journalism workshop…

Students can apply for a free journalism and communications workshop set for Saturday, May 18, in Riverside. Hosted by Assemblyman Jose Medina, D-Riverside, the event will be at Riverside City College. The Gabriel Acosta Memorial Journalism and Communications Workshop, named… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Desert Mirage has a new football…

Gus Sandoval had previously applied for his dream job five times. On each occasion, someone else was hired. But in January, the job opened again. So, for a sixth time, Sandoval threw his name in for consideration to be the… Read full article at The Desert Sun