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    By Dianne Anderson No need to suffer another brutal hot summer, or burn through the typical $120 a month electric bills – there are other options. Riverside residents can get a cool free blast of fresh air with a wide array of programs, and energy saving weatherization services. “If the air conditioner is having problems ...
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    With temperatures rising, you might need a place to escape the heat and cool off. Take advantage of the free cool centers which opened June 1 across Riverside County. Fifty-six cool centers will open to the public at no cost and will be available through Oct. 15, as temperatures warrant. “The Cool Centers have the potential to ...
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    Riverside County By Dianne Anderson In the fast countdown to the June 5 primary, local candidate Altie Holcomb faces off in back-to-back forums about the future of Riverside’s 5th District, and the basis of his platform to make government more inclusive, and accessible to everyday people. That, as opposed to big money or special interests. ...
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    By Dianne Anderson The old-fashioned power of the word of mouth has helped Darleana McHenry grow her foundational learning approach to reach many students of color over the years. Her program now reaches about 150 students with tutoring, mentoring and after-school help. “Parents telling parents have kept me going now for five years, but I ...
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    A Division I assistant coach at perennial winners LSU and Texas Christian University with a stellar recruiting record has been named the next men’s basketball head coach at University of California, Riverside. David Patrick is credited with recruiting future No. 1 NBA draft pick Ben Simmons to LSU and has also coached current NBA stars ...
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    Arizona Middle School Principal, Dr. Jason Jones, was summoned to the school’s brand new library building on the morning of Monday, March 5, because there was some kind of a “problem.” The truth was, the still empty building was where his staff had huddled with Riverside County Superintendent of Schools Dr. Judy D. White to ...
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    By Tess Eyrich Newsome, who famously climbed a South Carolina flagpole to remove the Confederate flag, will share her experience as an advocate for racial equality In June 2015, Bree Newsome drew national attention to South Carolina when she scaled a 30-foot flagpole outside the state capitol building and unhooked its Confederate flag as an ...