young woman steers single person boat on still water

Solar Cup 200-meter sprint races cap…

A weekend of Southern California youth boat racing at the Metropolitan Water District’s annual Solar Cup competition concluded Sunday, May 19, with 200-meter sprint races. The Oxford Academy, based in Cypress, won first place in the veterans’ division after the… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Palm Drive has a new traffic…

Anyone venturing in and out of Desert Hot Springs by way of Palm Drive should have noticed a traffic signal being installed at Camino Aventura. As per usual whenever new signals pop up, the question needs to be asked: When… Read full article at The Desert Sun

Four students honored holding certificates

Students of the Month, for the…

Four students won scholarships at the third annual Student of the Year Dinner held May 8 at the Four Seasons community in Beaumont. Students who were invited to the ceremony had previously been a Student of the Month at their… Read full article at Record Gazette

Parents opposed to comprehensive sex education…

Hundreds of parents opposed to California’s comprehensive sex education curriculum staged so-called “SeXXX Ed” rallies outside county education department offices across Southern California, Friday, May 17, demanding the state stop exposing their children to sexual content including conversations about homosexuality… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

young woman poses for portrait wearing graduation gown

Volunteers help high school foster youths…

High school foster youths in Riverside County got a helping hand for their senior portraits. About 40 volunteers — including make-up artists, hair stylists and photographers — assisted in staging High School Senior Portrait Day to give participating students photos… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Poly High’s Class of 1927 had…

Every few years, a class of high-school students comes along that is known for having a greater-than-average number of notable members, and oftentimes is also a very close class – meaning that the members were great friends and kept in… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

This Fontana school is making gardens…

Fontana elementary students are learning more about how to protect the environment with the help of unusual classroom pets — worms. Throughout her teaching career, Mary Carlson has looked for ways to fill any gaps in her student’s education. At… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

State bill to fund UC Riverside…

A bill to finance an expansion of UC Riverside’s School of Medicine cleared a major hurdle Thursday, May 16, though it’s still not guaranteed to be part of the final state budget. The Senate version of a bill that calls… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Mayor’s Weekly Message 70

Dear Moreno Valley Residents, As your Mayor, and as an educator, one of my main priorities is creating economic opportunities for the young people of our community. I am a firm believer in the saying that the best social program… Read full article at Moreno Valley City News

Redlands Unified School District employee arrested…

A man from Running Springs and employee of the Redlands Unified School District was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of uploading and distributing child pornography. John Edward Charlier, 61, was arrested when detectives from the Fontana Police Department responded to a… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise