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Three honors students at Mt. San Jacinto College have been granted scholarships based on research projects they presented at a statewide conference earlier this year. The trio – Blaine Novak Pilch of Wildomar, Kylie Gardner of Hemet and Maria Jose Lopez of Warner Springs – presented their work at the …

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Beth Noble of Riverside has been recognized for her work as a caregiver. Noble was named 2014 CAREGiver of the year for Pacific Region by Home Instead Senior Care, the company she works for, according to a report in The Press-Enterprise. Noble, a caregiver for 15 years, works out of …

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Steve Reneker has been selected to run Riverside County’s information technology department. Reneker will be familiar to many of his fellow county employees, having held that job from 1997 to 2003, according to a report in The Press-Enterprise. The 54-year-old Reneker returns to the county from the city of Los …

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Ontario Councilwoman Debra Dorst-Porada is scheduled to be honored Friday by the Success for Speakers Toastmasters. Dorst-Porada, a 30-year Ontario resident and a council member since 2008, will be honored for her service and leadership on behalf of the city and the greater Ontario area, according to a report in …

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Jack and Laura Dangermond have been recognized for their conservation efforts. The couple, who founded Esri in Redlands, recently were awarded the Audubon Medal during a banquet at the Plaza Hotel in New York City, according to a report in The Press-Enterprise. The award is given out by the National …

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Neale and Patricia Perkins have received the Captain Leland F. Norton Award from Stater Bros. Charities. The Lake Arrowhead couple was recognized for Safariland, the global manufacturer and distributor of law enforcement equipment and automobile accessories that Neale founded, and the Mountain Communities Scholarship Society that they both started, according …

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