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Scholarship named after CSUSB professor

Thomas Pierce, professor emeritus of economics at Cal State San Bernardino, has had a $100,000 scholarship endowed in his name. The donation, which honors Pierce’s devotion to his students, was made by John Kennedy and his wife Ann Kough, longtime supporters of Cal State San Bernardino, according to a statement …

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SB County names new CEO

San Bernardino County has a new chief executive officer. Leonard X. Hernandez, who began working for the county 20 years ago, is scheduled to begin his new position Oct. 10, according to a statement on the county’s website. “I am humbled by the confidence the Board of Supervisors has placed …

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Riverside names human resources director

Rene Goldman has been named Riverside’s human resources director. A Riverside employee since 2016, Goldman began her new position Sept. 28,  according to a statement on the city’s website. She has been the interim human resources director since Aug. 24. She replaced Stephanie Holloman, who took a job with the …

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Woolsey is new head of CSUSB’s career center

Roger Woolsey is the new executive director of Cal State San Bernardino’s Career Center. A 25-year veteran of higher education, including 11 years of work in career services, Woolsey wants to increase the center’s visibility and its access to resources, alumni, employers, and community leaders. Woolsey, who began work in …

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Powell is transit agency’s employee of the quarter

David Powell has been named Omnitrans’ outstanding employee for the second quarter of 2020. A building maintenance mechanic, Powell designed plexiglass driver barriers that reduce contact between coach operators and customers, according to a statement on the agency’s website. Powell’s design, which is being used on more than 120 buses, …

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Lorenz named OPD chief

Mike Lorenz has been named Ontario’s chief of police. A 22-year veteran of the department who began working as a patrol officer, Lorenz replaces Derek Williams, who is retiring, according to a statement on the city’s website. Lorenz’ appointment was confirmed by a unanimous vote of the city council Tuesday. …

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