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Nick Walker has been named vice president with CBRE Group Inc. Ontario. Walker will be a member of CBRE’s national self-storage team and will specialize in the acquisition and disposition of self-storage facilities throughout the United States, according to a statement released Tuesday. A member of several self-storage associations, Walker …

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Karen Foley is the new general manager at Riverside’s Fox Theater and Riverside Municipal Auditorium. Foley replaces Joseph Cahill, who left the position for undisclosed reasons after one year on the job, according to a report in The Press-Enterprise. Foley, who has worked at similar venues in Arizona and Ohio, …

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Donnie Welch has been named publisher of the Victorville Daily Press. Welch, who took over Monday, replaces Al Frattura, who left the paper in August after two years as publisher, according to a Daily Press report. The 52-year-old Welch has worked in advertising, marketing, sales and employee development, and he …

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Mary Rivers, a fourth grade teacher in the Hesperia Unified School District, has been named one of three teachers of the year in San Bernardino County. Rivers teaches at the Krystal School of Science, Math and Technology, according to a report in The Press-Enterprise. Christopher Brunette, a social studies teacher …

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Ernest Siva, tribal historian for the Morongo Band of Mission Indians, will be recognized next month for his work preserving Native American culture, language, history and art. Siva is scheduled to receive the 11th annual Spirit of the Heard Award from the Heard Museum in Scottsdale, Ariz., according to a …

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A UC Riverside professor is heading up a research team that is investigating the possibility of life on other planets. Biogeochemistry professor Timothy Lyons is overseeing a multi-disciplinary team that has received an $8 million grant from NASA’s Astrobiology Institute to conduct a five-year study, according to a report in …

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