A special Father’s Day message from Senator Ochoa Bogh

A Father’s Day message from Senator Ochoa Bogh Father’s Day is a time to celebrate the fathers or father figures in our lives. Fathers play an essential role in a child’s life and positively influence our society. Children learn through modeling behavior. Both men and women are vital to children’s emotional, social, and intellectual growth because males and females communicate, […]

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TONIGHT: Area residents invited to Burney “Town Hall” meeting – With multiple June candidates scheduled to attend

BURNEY, Calif., — Residents of Shasta County’s Intermountain communities and beyond are invited to attend tonight’s open-forum “Town-Hall” style meeting to meet some of the “non-established” candidates running in the June 7 elections. The meeting, which will be held this evening at the Burney VFW Hall, begins at 6 p.m. and will continue through 8 p.m. for all those interested […]

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Think Together celebrates 25 years of afterschool and expanded learning programs with annual Raise A Hand fundraiser

Think Together, California’s largest nonprofit provider of afterschool, expanded learning, and school improvement programs, will celebrate 25 years of impact at this year’s annual Raise A Hand fundraiser event held both in-person and virtually on Thursday, April 21. This year’s event returns as a live broadcast on YouTube at 7 p.m. with watch parties planned in Orange County, the Inland […]

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Community comes together after medical crisis sidelines young couple’s prom night plans

RIVERSIDE, Calif., — Described by family and friends as “inseparably in love”, when Julius and Amarah met in 2009 as kindergarten classmates, they never could have known at the time that they would someday fall in love and end up with plans to go to their senior prom together. Nor could they have ever predicted that their big prom night […]

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Religion Today: The Conquering King – A Palm Sunday Devotional

Imagine the epic scene when the conquering king enters the city on his huge warhorse. The trumpets announce the king’s arrival. Bright banners flank the procession. The people crowd the streets to get a glimpse wondering if this king will be any better than the last one. As the king passes by, they look into his eyes hoping against hope that he will be a good king – One who will have a good heart, be fair, righteous and bring blessing to their land. They know that […]

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After two years of virtual gatherings, Jehovah’s Witnesses worldwide excited to return to in-person meetings in April

All congregations of Jehovah’s Witnesses across the world are being encouraged to begin holding in-person meetings during the week of April 1. For most of the last two years, buildings for worship have remained closed globally due to the risks associated with meeting in person. Jehovah’s Witnesses in the U.S. also suspended their public ministry on March 20, 2020. Since […]

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From prison to the Olympics to opening pH Wellness, a drug and alcohol treatment facility in Riverside – With Tony Hoffman

RIVERSIDE, Calif., — Sober since 2007 and paroled from prison in 2008 after being convicted for a 2004 armed home invasion robbery, Tony Hoffman refused to allow the stigma of his former homelessness and drug addiction to control his future. Rather than dwell on the failures of his past, he instead decided to use his personal experiences, setbacks, and life […]

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MSJC celebrates groundbreaking of new $39M STEM building and opening of Animatronic Makerspace

SAN JACINTO, Calif., — More than 200 people gathered together yesterday to help Mt. San Jacinto College (MSJC) celebrate the groundbreaking of a new nearly $40 million Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) building and debut of its new Animatronic Makerspace at its San Jacinto Campus. LEADING THE RCNS HEADLINES: La Quinta woman arrested after 85-year-old relative’s murder 9 people […]

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All invited to Vietnam War Veterans Recognition Day Event in Murrieta – March 26

MURRIETA, Calif., — With the date of this year’s annual Vietnam War Veterans Recognition Day Event swiftly approaching, event organizers and City of Murrieta officials are excited to invite veterans and all throughout the community to attend. The event, which will be held at Murrieta’s Town Square Park on March 26, from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m., is being held in honor […]

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