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State unemployment drops

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Unemployment in California dropped to eight percent in February, as the state’s jobless rate continued its steady decline. That number was virtually unchanged from January, when the state’s unemployment rate was 8.1 percent, but it did represent a significant year-to-year drop: unemployment in California was 9.4 percent in February 2013, …

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Upland to get Sprouts

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Sprouts Farmers Market, the grocery store chain that specializes in fresh produce and other healthy foods, is coming to Upland. The Phoenix-based chain will open a 24,000-square-foot store Wednesday at 829 W. Foothill Blvd., the site of a former Office Max store, according to published reports. The Sprouts store will …

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Silliness in District Attorney’s Race

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For a second week in a row, the headlines in the race for San Bernardino County District Attorney have been focused on non-issue matters. District Attorney Mike Ramos’ campaign appears fixated on campaign donors and ballot statement technicalities of opponent, Deputy District Attorney Grover Merritt. Last week, we took a …

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Temecula planners OK on condo project, delay another

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The Temecula Planning Commission this week opened the door for one condominium project and postponed a decision on a similar development. The commission on Wednesday approved a map change that will make possible a 69-unit condominium project on an empty piece of property near Vail Elementary School, according to a …

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A Piece of the Puzzle

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Ever put together a jigsaw puzzle? Have you tried your jigsaw puzzles without using the picture on the lid? Why does it make it easier when we use the picture on the lid? Because, we can see where we’re going. We can see what’s possible. What a powerful and useful …

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Local franchisees sue 7-11

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The owners of a Riverside 7-11 are suing the convenience store chain’s parent company in federal court, claiming the store was taken away from them without cause. Dilip and Saroj Patel, who owned and operated the store at Magnolia and Jurupa avenues for more than two decades, lost the business …

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