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  • The San Bernardino Sun
    The bill includes money for those affected by the pandemic. So far, federal lawmakers representing San Bernardino, Riverside and Los Angeles counties have arranged for dollars for colleges and students, health care providers and economic development. More announcements are expected in coming weeks. The money will help health care providers with ...
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  • The San Bernardino Sun
    For more than 20 years, Marsha Olguin has had a heart for the San Bernardino County’s most impoverished residents. As director of Mary’s Table, part of Mary’s Mercy Center, she and her team of volunteers provide hot meals daily to the hungry. The center is known for the miracles that happen there — second chances, lives turned around.
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  • The Press-Enterprise
    Despite an injury that set him back last summer, Etiwanda junior basketball standout Jahmai Mashack is being heavily recruited by NCAA Division I schools. He has made several trips to UCLA and is also being looked at by Cal, Colorado, Kansas, Loyola Marymount, Oklahoma, Oregon State, Stanford, Texas, Texas Tech and Utah, reports Rivals.com ...
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  • The San Bernardino Sun
    Adapt to using the same space each day and desk alternatives are acceptable, so please be creative as you design your work space. Mary’s Table feeds hundreds of San Bernardino County residents every day Coronavirus: Rialto congregants celebrate Easter at church, but in their cars Reach Out focuses on improving health in the Inland Empire This ...
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  • The San Bernardino Sun
    Dairy farmers across the country have felt the shock of the novel coronavirus pandemic, forcing some to dump raw milk. As much as 7% of milk products nationwide were dumped in the first week of April, as milk producers could not sell milk to bottlers, with contracts for school lunches and restaurants evaporating due to massive closures and stay ...
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  • The San Bernardino Sun
    Re “Clearing the air” (News, April 5): Thanks to the newspaper for the important front-page story. The pandemic ravaging our world may be teaching us lessons about living more with less. A simple meal in the backyard, children playing jump rope in the ...
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  • CBS Los Angeles on MSN.com
    After not being able to report new cases and deaths on Tuesday due to a technical issue, San Bernardino County reported 19 new cases of the novel coronavirus and eight additional deaths.
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  • The San Bernardino Sun
    Rams center Brian Allen tested positive for the coronavirus, making him the first NFL reported infected during the pandemic, the team said Wednesday. Confirming a report by Jay Glazer of Fox Sports, a Rams spokesman said that after Allen’s illness was confirmed, the team closed its facility in Thousand Oaks where Allen was rehabilitating his ...
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  • The Press-Enterprise
    Do not exit the vehicle. Aside from residents, city staff and their families, donations came from the Cucamonga Valley Water District, Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino County, the City Council, Assemblyman James Ramos, God’s Pantry, the Rancho Cucamonga VIP Club, Cadence Senior Living, employees of Ralph’s (Day Creek and ...
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  • ABC7
    Mount Baldy residents are growing frustrated with the increasing number of people they say are ignoring requests from public officials to stay home during the coronavirus pandemic.
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  • The San Bernardino Sun
    Last weekend, Christians across the globe celebrated an Easter unlike any other. In the spirit of resurrection, hope, and new life, we continue to pray for those impacted on so many levels by the coronavirus. As we mark this holiday season, our hearts are particularly troubled by the danger faced by our fellow human beings who are suffering ...
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  • The Desert Sun
    San Bernardino County health officials on Wednesday reported 19 new coronavirus cases, and eight new virus-related deaths. The county now has 996 cases and 39 deaths. The county did not provide an update on Tuesday due to an issue with the state's data reporting system, officials said. Editor's note: We have removed the paywall from this ...
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  • The San Bernardino Sun
    UCLA men’s basketball announced the two latest additions to its 2020 signing class on Wednesday. Etiwanda guard Jaylen Clark signed his letter of intent to join the Bruins, while the program also announced the addition of coveted Kentucky transfer Johnny Juzang. Clark, a four-star recruit according to 247Sports.com, comes to UCLA after ...
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  • The San Bernardino Sun
    The number of confirmed novel coronavirus cases was just shy of 1,000 in San Bernardino County on Wednesday, April 15, as eight more deaths were also reported. Thirty-nine people have died from COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, and 996 people have tested positive, according to the latest data from the county. That’s up ...
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  • The Press-Enterprise
    Stimulus checks are coming – for some. Here’s what to know 11 important things to know about the coronavirus stimulus check Extra $600 in unemployment payments tops $330 million in California How to prep for (and spend) your government relief check Ontario, San Bernardino in nation’s Top 25 to receive coronavirus stimulus checks Similarly ...
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