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Porter steps down at SB County health director

Corwin Porter is stepping down as San Bernardino County’s public health director. A 32-year county employee, Porter’s retirement is effective Saturday, according to a statement on the county’s website.  Andrew Goldfrach, chief operating officer at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center and a coordinator of the county’s COVD-19 vaccination program, will serve …

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Olvera named to CBB board

Jane Olvera has been named to Citizens Business Bank’s board of directors. Olvera, the 10th board member, was also named a bank director, according to a statement on the bank’s website. “We are very pleased to have Jane Olvera join our Board of Directors,” said Raymond V. O’Brien III, chairman …

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Villanueva joins Lee & Associates High Desert

Tanya Villanueva has been named a marketing and transaction assistant with Lee & Associates’ High Desert office in Victorville. A graduate of Cal State San Bernardino, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration, Villanueva has worked in multiple management positions and has experience in negotiating and team-building, according …

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Paluck named to USO Board

Grace Paluck has been named to the board of directors of the Bob Hope Chapter of the USO. A longtime USO supporter, Paluck has for the past seven years hosted an annual USO gala in the Coachella Valley that has become one of the USOs most successful fundraising events in …

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Brown-Hinds to chair IECF board

Paulette Brown-Hinds has been named chair of the Inland Empire Community Foundation’s board of directors. Publisher of VOICE and Black Voice News, both based in the Inland Empire, Brown-Hinds joined the foundation’s board in 2014 and most recently was its vice chair, according to a statement. She is the first African-American …

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Michael to deliver state of city

Rancho Cucamonga Mayor L. Dennis Michael is scheduled to deliver the annual State of the City address next month. The theme of the virtual event is “State of the All-America City,” a nod to a designation Rancho Cucamonga received last year, according to a statement. The address will be streamed …

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