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Sunday morning, Oct. 8, the Boy Scouts of America held a mini-retreat at St. Adelaide’s Church in Highland.

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A former patient of Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital, Caden Henderson, along with friends, is hosting a teddy bear drive.

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Join the Highland Improvement Team on Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017 (special date), from 8 a.m. to 12 noon, as we have a community cleanup.  We will be sprucing up Fire Station #3 (weeding, trimming shrubs, general cleanup) and also tackling litter along the perimeter of Warm Springs Elementary School.

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Hearing “I don’t want him . . . he’s not cute,” is all it took to motivate local middle school student, Lily Florez, to step into action. Lily is a volunteer with Yucaipa Animal Placement Society (YAPS), a nonprofit, pet rescue facility. She also is a Highland resident and attends Beattie Mi…

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Denise Moreno, volunteer services coordinator for the city of Highland, discussed the city’s Highland Improvement Team (HIT) program and other volunteer services at the Thursday, Aug. 17, meeting of the Kiwanis Club of Highland.

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Tracylyn Sharrit tells the story of a little girl in foster care who moves from one location to another with all her worldly belongings in a plastic trash bag.

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The Rotary Club of Highland normally has about four or five people at its meetings, but Monday, Aug. 7, was special: District Governor Manzoor Massey was the guest speaker and he delivered a Rotary message that resonated with the group of about 20 who attended the special meeting.

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The city of Highland is a growing metropolis. Streets are being created. Housing tracts are covering the landscape where orange groves used to flourish. New schools and businesses are being built to accommodate the growing population.

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There is still time to get your sponsorship for the Highland Casino Night and Taste of the Town scheduled for Sept. 14 at the San Manuel Events Center.

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Highland Lions Club member Sharon Halter-Day, left, negotiates with a customer at the Lions Club yard sale Saturday at the Highland American Legion Post 421. The club was raising money to support its local projects for the community.

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Pauline Tidler, Past Lieutenant Governor of Kiwanis Division 36, visited the Kiwanis Club of Highland on Thursday, July 6.

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Master Stephanie Argentine (white dress) talks with Lt. John Walker of the Highland Police Department as she hosts a mixer at Arrowhead Marshal Arts Studio for Chamber of Commerce guests Thursday, July 6.

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“I’m blessed,” observed Mrs. B.A. Corley as she watched the Highland Improvement Team (HIT) clean up her back yard.

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Kat, 55, tours Highland daily, from Victoria Avenue, east on Base Line, north on Boulder Avenue, west on Highland Avenue, and back on Victoria Avenue to Base Line, picking up trash along the way.

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Highland Woman's Club has had a long tradition of giving scholarships to high school seniors in Highland and this year was no different. Friday the Woman’s Club honored this year’s recipients at their May scholarship luncheon.

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Jan-Hendrick Vroom, left, of Highland is congratulated by the judge at Vroom’s citizenship ceremony on Sept. 21, 1961. Originally from Holland, Vroom served as interpreter for General Patton in World War II. Vroom celebrated his 91st birthday Friday, May 12, at the Highland Community News wi…

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Last Sunday morning, May 7, over four dozen children from elementary to high school age celebrated their first holy communion at Our Lady of Hope Church, in San Bernardino.

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Urban wildlife comes in a variety of forms; coyotes, skunks, opossum, vultures, and raccoons.

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Because 80 percent of a child’s brain is developed in the first three years of life, First Five was created to help parents deal with parenting in the early years.

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Redlands Country Club was transformed into a nautical wonderland for Bonnes Meres Auxiliary’s annual birthday luncheon held on behalf of Children's Fund on Wednesday, April 26, 2017. 

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Arrowhead United Way President Doug Rowan welcomed a large crowd to the Annual Arrowhead United Way Breakfast Thursday, April 27.

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At its april 20 meeting, the Kiwanis Club of Highland established May 4 for the election of new officers and approval of modified bylaws.

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On a daily basis, the residents living near the foothills of Highland travel past several unassuming radio towers, open space, and neighborhoods, as they go east and west on Greenspot Road. Right where the towers are located there is a small park tucked back at the base of a hill. It is Aura…

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“Every Day is a Gift” is the theme for the 46th annual San Bernardino Prayer Breakfast at the Women’s Club of San Bernardino, 503W. 31st St.

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Boy Scouts from the Arrowhead District collected 7,812 pounds at local Stater Bros. Markets.  The almost four tons of food was donated to The Salvation Army’s San Bernardino Citadel Corps. for the holiday season food drive.

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On Feb. 9 at Cummings Auto Group in San Bernardino, Relay for Life of Highland/San Bernardino held its 2017 Relay Kick Off. It was a great celebration of survivors, caregivers, team captains and Relay team members.

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The 34th Annual Y Run attracted almost 200 runners and walkers Sunday, Jan. 29.

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RIVERSIDE, CA, January 27, 2017 – Organizing for Action will present a Rally to Save Obamacare, taking place at Riverside City Hall on Sunday, January 29, 2017 at 1PM-3PM and featuring members of the community who have been saved by Obamacare (ACA) as well as healthcare and other professiona…

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There are a lot of dire predictions about our representative democracy out there. We’re just past a presidential election campaign in which candidates complained about a rigged political system. Now, commentators worry about the imminent failure of the American experiment.

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First, I love Highland; I grew up in Highland.  But it is frustrating to see:  graffiti (Goon?) and tagging on buildings, fences, etc; the potholes in the streets;  the homeless living under trees, jumping fences, squatting on private property, running across the freeways; and all the litter…

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I wore my birthday suit to work Friday, and it was a hit.

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The Highland Lions Club is offering chances to win an acrylic painting by a local artist, Sharon Halter-Day. Tickets are $2 for one chance and $5 buys you three chances. For information, please contact Josie Bingochea 909 - 528 - 4662. The drawing will be at Mi Cocina on Jan.17 during their …

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The Highland Lions Club worked in conjunction with a group of state employees who started an informal group called the Do Gooders Club to provide a Christmas full of joy and toys.

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Winners have been announced for the East Highlands Ranch Christmas Lighting Contest.