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School’s solar project wins state awards

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The Chaffey Community College District has been recognized  by the state for its solar carport project. The three-campus entity this month received a 2019 California Community Colleges Board of Governors Energy and Sustainability Award, according to statement. Chaffey College District was one of one dozen community college district’s  statewide that …

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Two CSUSB online programs among best in U.S.

A pair of online programs at Cal State San Bernardino have ranked among the best in the United States by U.S. News & World Report. The school’s master’s program in criminal justice and its MBA program were both recognized by the magazine, which regularly ranks universities and college in a …

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Library groundbreaking scheduled

Riverside Wants a New Library

A groundbreaking ceremony is scheduled to be held Friday at the future site of Riverside County’s French Valley Library. Supervisor Chuck Washington and the Riverside County Library System are hosting the event, which is scheduled to start at 1 p.m. at the northeast corner of Winchester Road and Skyview Road, …

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Tribe donates to STEM program

The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians has donated $100,000 to the San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools’ Alliance For Education, money that will help pay for STEM Schools program for another year.  Specifically, the money will be use to assist the Cultivating Innovation portion of the STEM program, according …

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Amazon provides food pantry at SB elementary school


Amazon and the Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino County have teamed up to create a food pantry at Hunt Elementary School in San Bernardino. The online retail giant donated $25,0000 to the partnership to develop the pantry, believing that students perform better on a full stomach, according to a …

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Grant to help students with emergency needs

Cal State University San Bernardino’s Palm Desert campus has received a $50,000 grant from a private entity that gives money to higher education. The donation from The Auen Foundation allows students to pay for emergencies, including books and class materials, short-term transportation needs, household basics and childcare, according to statement. Students are …

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