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Proposal to move horse races from Fairplex to Los Alamitos might have legs

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That’s the opinion of the chairman of the state’s horse racing board, although moving races from one county to another might be tricky. Other issues must be resolved Fairplex officials appear to have a solid case for moving horse racing from the Pomona facility to Los Alamitos Race Course in …

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Tribe donates to its own graduate program

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The San Manuel Band of Serrano Mission Indians has donated $4 million to the Claremont Graduate University, money the school will use to expand its Tribal Administration Certificate Program. The tribe has now donated $7.4 million to the program, which provides training and education for tribal management and other employees, …

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City Manager steps down

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Upland is looking for a city manager. Incumbent Stephen Dunn announced at Tuesday’s council meeting that he will retire effective June 30, according to a report in the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin. Dunn was hired in 2011 after serving as interim city manager and finance director, and things went well …

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Gubernatorial candidate Neel Kashkari will rebuild California

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I had a dynamic conversation with Republican California gubernatorial candidate Neel Kashkari on Friday and asked him questions that us voters deserve the answers to. If elected, he is determined to rebuild California, rebuild the middle class and put people back to work. Neel, 40, gleaned political experience in Washington …

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On The Move

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Dr. Darrell Ezell has been appointed program director of interfaith action, an inaugural program at Claremont Lincoln University. Ezell, an expert in inter-religious affairs, will teach and be in charge of faculty recruitment and program development, according to a report in the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin. He has worked for …

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On The Move

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Kathy Wright has been named recipient of the 30th annual Athena of Riverside Award. Wright, who retired six years ago after a 37-year career in education, is the former superintendent of the Alvord Unified School District, according to a report in The Press-Enterprise. She played a major role in getting …

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