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Redlands business dean assumes offices

Thomas A. Horan has been installed as dean of the University of Redlands’ School of Business. Horan, who has been running the business school since July, officially assumed office Saturday during ceremony overseen by Ralph W. Kuncl, the university’s president, according to a statement. Before joining the University of Redlands, …

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Civil rights activist to speak at CSUSB

Dolores Huerta, longtime California labor leader and civil rights activist, is scheduled to speak March 7 at Cal State San Bernardino. “Si Se Puede: A Dialogue With Dolores Huerta,” will be hosted by Cal State San Bernardino Associated Students. Admission is free, and the event will begin at  6 p.m. …

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Veteran broker joins CBRE Ontario

Walter Brauer, a veteran commercial real estate broker, has joined CBRE Ontario. Brauer, formerly of Marcus & Millichap, will be a vice president and a member of the office’s  Capital Markets Self-Storage Team, according to a statement. “Walter has a deep understanding of this sector with more than a decade …

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Menifee resident recognized for work with seniors

Menifee resident Gloria Sanchez has been named a “Community Champion” by the California Parks & Recreation Society. Sanchez, who chairs the Riverside County Office on Aging, was recognized for the “tireless efforts” she has made to improve the quality of life for Menifee residents, according to a statement on the …

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Religious scholar to speak at La Sierra University

Theologian Patrick B . Reyes will deliver La Sierra University’s 19th annual Paul J. Landa Memorial Lecture on Faith and Learning. Reyes is director of strategic partnerships for doctoral initiatives at the Forum for Theological Exploration in Decatur, Ga. according to a statement on the school’s website. He is also …

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Chino councilman to step down

Chino City Councilman Earl Elrod will retire when his term expires in November. The  65-year-old Elrod, who has served on the council for 20 years, told the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin this week that it’s time for him to step down, partly for health reasons and also because the council …

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