There was a misunderstanding when acting San Bernardino United Schools’(SBCUSD) Interim Superintendent Harold Vollkommer; during a midweek school board session on Tuesday, June 30, displayed a chart with an obvious omission.
The earliest deaths of Redlands residents from the influenza pandemic of 1918-19 were among those who left to serve in World War 1. George Corwin’s story is one example.
On Sunday, June 28, the Newport Legacy boat set sail on a dolphin and whale-watching excursion at 10 a.m. out of Davey’s Locker Whale Watching in Newport.
I had something else completely different planned for this corner until … Saturday. That’s when the sky started falling in on some curious tweets traced back to University of Redlands football coach Mike Maynard.
Took a 10.5-mile bike ride through Highland Saturday, May 23, cycling past notable spots as the local Community Center, Aquinas High School, Highland and Civitan Little League fields, CYSA Soccer Complex, plus basketball courts at various markings ⎯ wiped out by locked gates.
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The following piece was written by Calvert Jones, an assistant professor in the Department of Government and Politics at the University of Maryland, and Celia Paris, a leadership development coach at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business; the piece was originally published onlin…
The following ideas piece was written by Mordechai Levy-Eichel and originally published online for Aeon a digital non-profit magazine which can be accessed at http://aeon.co
Talk about releaguing! In case it’s escaped anyone’s gaze, area junior college play had been switching around various conference affiliations these past few years.
With the ongoing coronavirus pandemic being thrust upon America’s working parents, because local schools are closed, the responsibility for educating their children is put in the parent(s) court as they have to homeschool their chidren.
It’s a moot point, of course, since the nation had gotten shut down, but think about the University of Redlands’ plight. On the road to faraway Wisconsin. NCAA Division III Women’s West Region, the Lady Bulldogs had an opening round KO over No. 8 Whitewater.
Tim Conway Jr. fooled me back on Feb. 18 while driving to Aquinas High’s “San Bernardino Strong” game against city basketball rival Indian Springs.
In February, Highland’s Historic and Cultural Preservation Board named the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians the 2020 Citrus Harvest Festival Honoree in appreciation of the tribe’s longstanding generosity and partnership as a neighbor and part of the Highland community.
Rachel Roche may have had the best sports media job in all of Redlands -- maybe in San Bernardino County. There she was, cheerfully moving through a downtown Redlands Starbucks on a soon-to-be-hot Wednesday afternoon back on July 24.
This writer has covered the musical lives and accomplishments of a local all-girl rock band called Viridian Lights made up of Highland and San Bernardino residents.
CIF-Southern Section football champions in both 2017 and 2019, Aquinas High School was honored by the San Bernardino city council last week. Virtually the entire squad showed, minus those that were playing on the soccer and basketball teams.
If you have read previous stories about East Highland, you will have read about Henrietta Chavez, a woman who helps with the activities at St. John Bosco Church.
Kobe Bryant’s been agonizingly gone ⎯ along with eight others, including his hoops-playing daughter, Gianna ⎯ for nearly two weeks. I’ve gotten nothing but grief-stricken memories from local readers. One is just as gut-wrenching and heartfelt as the next.
Sunday morning, Jan, 26, the parish at St. John Bosco Church, East Highland, participated in its annual recognition of all the altar servers that have been part of mass since the church was constructed in the 1940s.
It’s never really made sense to me that Redlands East Valley didn’t have a football stadium. Or an upgraded track & field facility. Soccer’s been so big at REV, it almost seems backward that the little Mentone campus hasn’t sprung for a top-flight pitch.
Tim Mead is creeping up on a special date. On Jan. 21, the former Los Angeles Angels’ executive from San Gorgonio High, who is now the president of the Baseball Hall of Fame, will inform the 2020 nominees on whether or not they'll be inducted at Cooperstown this summer. Big day coming.
I keep hearing from plenty of readers around here that this is still Rams’ Country. Part of it might have to do with the fact that the L.A. Rams — who played in St. Louis for about two decades — once used the local university as their training camp from 1949-60.
For more than a century, the California condors have ridden the thermals of the mountain ranges of California, with their almost 10-foot wingspan.
You won’t be able to call next season’s Cal State San Bernardino squad a rebuilding year for highly successful coach Kim Cherniss. It’s because she’ll lose a few seniors -- Stephanie Doak, Moira Murphy and Sascha Dominique to name a few -- but return a bunch of star players.
Legendary football coach Dick Bruich, who seemed to be guarding the north end zone at his son, Kurt’s, Citrus Valley game against visiting Ontario Colony last Sept. 6, greeted me as I crossed the field at halftime.
This column has highlighted the outrageous talent of the musicians of the all-girl band, Viridian Lights. This week, the spotlight falls on the bassist, Sarah McClung.
SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO -- Aquinas High’s sidelines, even way out here at San Juan Hills High on a cool Friday night, was alive with some stray thoughts during last weekend’s Southern California Regional 2AA championship game.
That tiny little campus over in northeastern San Bernardino lights up a handful of times every fall. Sure, it revolves around football. What high school campus doesn’t? It’s the Little Campus That Could.
There was a full house, a full orchestra, two harps, diversity in the audience and the orchestra. In the far back the percussion, with the timpanist prominent to the audience right, horns just in front of them, woodwinds to audience left. The background behind was black, and remained so with…
hen Mayor Penny Lilburn, came over to our table as the program for Volunteer Recognition Dinner began, I had just sat down after about a half dozen trips to the restroom. I was getting ready to drive home hopefully in between spasms of dry heaves. It was NOT something I ate! Dinner was delic…
While most teenagers in the Inland Empire are glued to their electronic devices or streaming on the Internet, there is an extremely motivated teen that seeks action in a more productive way.
Now a sensational 17-0, ranked No. 1 nationally, Cal State San Bernardino’s women’s volleyball squad heads to the road for matches at Cal State East Bay-Hayward, San Francisco State, Cal State Los Angeles and Cal State Domiguez Hills over the next two weekends.
If Chuck Sanchez, a three-sport athlete from San Gorgonio way back in the 1970s, were set to do it all over again, he might make a dynamic switch in picking sports.
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