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Education has the ability to unite us and can help California become a more inclusive state with more equitable treatment of all of its residents.

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Riverside County Superintendent of Schools Judy White said 362 veterans have received diplomas under the county Office of Education’s 14th Operation Recognition program since it was began in 2007. Some residents awarded diplomas have been over 90 years old.

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RESERVE — The Riverside Academy varsity cheerleading team recently ... were invited to the Varsity Spirit Spectacular at Walt Disney World. The All-American high school winners were Oubre, Millet, Maria Fernandez and Rae’lyn DeSoto.

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The football community of Riverside ... a former Rubidoux High School assistant football coach and the father of DeChon Burns, a former Rubidoux and USC football and baseball standout who is ...

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El Paso area athletes and coaches reacted to the decision by the University Interscholastic League on Tuesday when fall sports can resume for the upcoming 2020-21 season. Class 5A and 6A schools will push back the start of practices for football to Sept.

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Mason Bobro, of Fombell, is one of 24 high school students nationally who will perform in "Hemophilia: The Zoomsical," a virtual spin on a

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Mason Bobro, of Fombell, is one of 24 high school students nationally who will perform in "Hemophilia: The Zoomsical," a virtual spin on a

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The Riverside County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, July 14, rejected an appeal by residents opposed to Cajalco Square

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The coronavirus pandemic brought a halt to John W. North High School student Denise Campbell’s ability to physically being on the Riverside campus. But she didn’t let it stop her from being on the tennis court.

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A School and UCLA football player who joined another man in attempting to rob a Jurupa Valley marijuana dispensary, during which an employee was shot, pleaded guilty Monday to being an accessory to a felony and was immediately sentenced to 80 days in jail and three years probation.

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