Banning Art Gallery to celebrate Moms at upcoming Banning Market Night April 16

BANNING, Calif. — As part of the upcoming Banning Market Night scheduled for Friday, April 16, the Banning Art Gallery will be celebrating Moms everywhere with free artistic projects to create for their very special day. The event will also feature a variety of vendors, food trucks, and local dining, and both the Fox Theater and Art Gallery will be open […]

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Shasta County COVID vaccinations now prioritizing agricultural workers

SHASTA COUNTY, Calif. — With the ongoing, now more than year-long COVID-19 pandemic and public health crisis continuing, Shasta County is reminding area residents that vaccinations for the novel coronavirus are continuing and have provided a number of resources and links to help facilitate the vaccination process. Saying her offices have been inundated with many questions from her constituents regarding […]

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Perfecto Coffee – Perfecting gourmet brews and reaching out to the community, one cup at a time

MURRIETA, Calif. — When Murrieta resident and retired Marine Bruce Long started Perfecto Coffee his goals were simple. He wanted to provide consistent, affordable, accessible, and great-tasting coffee to his customers while supporting his community and other veterans. With much help from his tight, close-knit family and many friends and supporters, he is doing just that. Based on online reviews […]

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After year of “pandemic ups and downs”, Banning Art Gallery reopens

Beverly Rashidd contributed to this article. BANNING, Calif. — After a challenging year of COVID-19 pandemic-related ups and downs, the Banning Art Gallery and the Cultural Alliance of the Pass are excited to announce that the popular art gallery is reopening its doors to the public. “It is a pleasure to, once again, have a place for accomplished and novice artists […]

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Two-day Redding cleanup project clears waterways, removes debris

REDDING, Calif. — Community Work Program Officers (CWPOs), along with inmates from the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office Alternative Work Program, teamed up with Redding PD’s Neighborhood Police Unit and employees from the City of Redding Parks Department to conduct an extensive set of cleanup projects over two days this week. Despite the ongoing, nearly year-long COVID-19 global public health crisis, […]

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With generous donations, BES outdoor Wellness Plan project continuing

BURNEY, Calif. — With generous donations from Redding Rancheria, Sierra Pacific Industries, and others, Burney Elementary and High school teachers, administrators, and students are continuing work on creating an engaging learning environment as Phase 3 of the elementary school’s years-long Wellness Plan and project promoting education for the “whole child”. The Wellness Plan includes an outdoor “Peaceful Playground”, and a […]

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HUSD students place gold, silver, in Air Force Association’s Cybersecurity competition

HEMET, Calif. — On January 23, 2021, students enrolled in Cybersecurity at Hemet High School finished in the gold and silver tiers at the Air Force Association’s Cyberpatriot state competition. Over 3,000 students from across the nation competed in CyberPatriot, the National Youth Cyber Education Program created by the Air Force Association to inspire K-12 students toward careers in cybersecurity […]

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Think Together’s Helen Welderufael honored as a 2021 “Next Generation of Afterschool Leaders”

SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. — Think Together, a Santa Ana-based and California’s leading nonprofit provider of afterschool, expanded learning and school improvement programs, is proud to announce the National AfterSchool Association (NAA), has named Think Together Regional Operations Analyst Helen Welderufael, as one of NAA’s 2021 Next Generation of Afterschool Leaders. Welderufael joined Think Together in 2018 as the Regional Operations Analyst for the […]

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Stephen Michael Linen, Jr. Memorial Park’s new playground honors Temecula’s first responders

TEMECULA, Calif. — Temecula’s Community Services Department was proud to announce today that a new playground has been built and is now open at Stephen Michael Linen, Jr. Memorial Park in Temecula, located at 44935 Nighthawk Pass in the Redhawk area. The newly renovated project, which was made possible by Temecula residents’ support of Measure S, was designed to honor Temecula’s First […]

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“Parent & Me Busy Bags” offer fun and educational activities for Temecula families

TEMECULA, Calif. — With the nearly year-long COVID-19 pandemic and public health crisis continuing to leave many families with toddlers and pre-school age children not knowing how to spend their many long hours together, the City of Temecula Community Services Department was proud to recently announce the introduction of Parent & Me Busy Bags. The Parent & Me Busy Bags offer […]

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