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Inland schools receive donated laptops

Two San Bernardino County schools will receive laptop computers donated by Edison International, the parent company Southern California Edison. Clement Middle School in Redlands and Twentynine Palms High School will receive 200 and 400 laptops, respectively, according to a statement. The devices, which include updated software, were previously used by …

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High Desert survey enters its second phase

Released one month ago, a study of the High Desert region is a deep dive into what the region’s residents think about their community and how it can be improved. Now, those who put it together have to make sure it reaches officials in the public and private sectors. Last …

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Apple Valley starts on major intersection rebuild

Apple Valley has broken ground on the reconstruction of Apple Valley Road and Highway 18, one of the High Desert town’s busiest intersections. The project will improve traffic flow and safety at the intersection, which accommodates approximately 46,000 vehicles a day, according to a statement on the town’s website. Apple …

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Grants available to SB County nonprofits

The Inland Empire Community Foundation is accepting grant applications from nonprofits seeking help dealing with COVID-19. A nonprofit that provide services in San Bernardino County could receive $20,000 in aid, according to a statement on the county’s website. The board of supervisors, which has partnered with the foundation to establish …

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Manos joins SVN

Steve Manos has joined SVN Commercial Real Estate Advisors, the commercial real estate brokerage formerly known as Sperry Van Ness. A 20-year veteran of the real estate business, Manos will handle industrial and land accounts, according to a statement. “We are incredibly excited that Steve decided to become part of …

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CSUSB’s Burke wins research grant

Jason Burke, an assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry at Cal State San Bernardino, has received a $440,000 research grant from the National Institutes of Health. The four-year grant will be used to train undergraduate students in laboratory techniques, including gene engineering, recombinant protein expression and purification, and protein X-ray …

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