Highland Woman’s Club held its first meeting of the 2018-19 year on Friday, Sept. 14, at the Highland Congregational Church with its annual membership tea. Members were encouraged to bring guests to introduce them to the club and its philanthropic work.
On Monday morning, Krista Bjur, program facilitator at Holcomb Elementary School and Highland resident, welcomed Jim Smith, past grand president of the Native Sons of the Golden West, to talk about California Admission Day.
The Highland Woman’s Club invites you to join them for the start of its 120th year on Friday, Sept. 14, at the Highland Congregational Church for the annual member tea.
“Let us think of education as the means of developing our greatest abilities, because in each of us there is a private hope and dream which, fulfilled, can be translated into benefit for everyone and greater strength for our Nation,” John F. Kennedy, 1961.
On Saturday morning at the Redlands Municipal Airport, the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) Chapter 845, along with the Redlands Airport Association (RAA), celebrated National Aviation Fly-In Day and the Young Eagles program, offering free flights for youngsters.
Loretta Pounds West remembers her childhood in Highland when it was a small, rural town, where there were few businesses and two doctors for the residents.
Since the late 1800s, Highland has attracted an array of people. The reasons why they came were as diverse as the cultures from which they originated.
Ian Gilbert, curator of Earth Sciences at the San Bernardino County Museum presented “Evidence of People, Places and Things of Prehistory in Our Area” to the Highland Historical Society on Thursday, Aug. 2.
The Highland Lions Club installed its new officers for the next year during a special ceremony on Thursday, July 12, that included dinner and raffle prizes. Rich Day was elected club president.
The East Valley Water District board of directors has approved a new foundation to help preserve and protect local agricultural history, build partnerships with civic organizations, create educational demonstration gardens and displays, and provide a multi-use events center available to the public.
The Paramos are a longstanding family in the East Highlands. Several generations of Paramos have started their lives in East Highlands and eventually moved to the surrounding cities.
Marine Corps veteran Quintin Sherard has been living on the streets of Victorville since 2015, the same year that the County of San Bernardino’s Board of Supervisors approved a strategy to reduce its population of homeless veterans.
Supervisor Janice Rutherford will turn 50 on Tuesday, June 26. Rutherford defeated Assemblyman Marc Steinorth on June 6 by more than 3,400 votes to earn another four years representing the 2nd District on the county Board of Supervisors.
Rep. Pete Aguilar, D-Redlands, celebrated his 39th birthday on Tuesday, June 19. In the latest results from the June 5 election, Aguilar led Republican challenger by 415 voters out of more than 83,000 counted. They will face off on Nov. 6.
The San Bernardino County Museum Summer Explorers is offering 4-day camps this summer for aspiring crime scene investigators, fossil hunters or creators of fighting robots.
Penny Lilburn, who has served on the Highland City Council since 2004 and has been executive director of the Highland Senior Center for 25 years, celebrated her 57th birthday on Tuesday, June 12.
Today is National Nature Photography Day, established in 2006 by the North American Nature Photography Association “to promote the enjoyment of nature photography, and to explain how images are used to advance the cause of conservation and protect plants, wildlife, and landscapes locally and…
Mentone mother of 13 Sarah Wolfgramm was recently named California Mother of the Year by American Mothers, an honor that was celebrated by her family and the staff of the Rialto Walmart Superstore with a surprise party on Friday, June 1.
The Village, El Ranchito or East Highlands, is a section of homes on Greenspot Road across from East Highlands Ranch. Many of its residents have lived there for generations.
Sgt. Jeff Bohner delivered a self-deprecating and amusing talk to the Highland Kiwanis Club last week recalling his adventures over 30 years with the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department.
The Highland Lions Club announced its new club officers, planned for two upcoming fundraisers and learned of the efforts of the Highland Boxing Club in mentoring the area’s at-risk youth on Tuesday, May 15.
A Highland mother whose 22-year-old son was killed by a drunken driver in October 2015 at Third Street and Sterling Avenue has a new reason to grieve: Somebody removed the cross the family erected in his memory.
More than 100 talented artists are expected to exhibit in two Redlands art shows held side by side 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., during the Memorial Day weekend, Saturday and Sunday, March 26-27, in Smiley Park and at the Redlands Bowl.
The annual Highland Fourth of July parade will be held at 9 a.m. Wednesday, July 4. The Highland Area Chamber of Commerce is now accepting applications for community groups to participate in the parade. Patriots, car clubs, youth activity organizations, schools, elected officials, all commun…