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Reforms on campus
Chancellor Divina Grossman, whose college was home to one accused terrorist and three of his pals also facing federal charges for either lying or disposing of evidence after the fact, this week set up a task force to review university policy in the wake of what has become a public relations nightmare.
Fri May 24, 2013
Redlands Daily Facts
Open house held to dedicate historic Barton School House in Redlands
Dozens of Redlanders got a sneak peek at the Barton School House reconstruction Friday at a dedication ceremony hosted by The Farm school, the middle school for the The Grove School, a public charter.
24 PEAKS: Redlands man begins mountain quest
Paul Melzer set out at 6:30 p.m. sharp Friday, May 24, to begin his quest to reach 24 peaks in the San Bernardino Mountains within 24 hours.
Sidney Rittenberg on China
I mentioned last week that I was going to do a Q-and-A in Seattle with Sidney Rittenberg, whose first-hand exposure to US-Chinese relations probably exceeds that of any other living person.
Thu May 23, 2013
Ventura County Star
Thomas Elias: Changes coming to state's congressional lineup
California saw plenty of change to its congressional delegation last year, with the long-serving likes of Fortney "Pete" Stark , David Dreier , Jerry Lewis , Joe Baca , Elton Gallegly , Mary Bono Mack and more either retiring or getting turned out.
REDLANDS: City says school bus was pulled over by sworn police officer
Redlands Police have confirmed that the man who pulled over a Redlands Unified School District bus last week was a sworn law enforcement officer performing a legal traffic stop.
Inland Empire Weekly
The 7 Day Stretch
Who knew the Redlands could be so hip? Native band Overeasy will show you that it don't mean a thing if it ain't got that swing.
REDLANDS: Family Service launches 'Forget Me Not' campaign
Jo Jones, left, and Joyce Waner, finish up the mailing for the Redlands Family Service Association's Forget Me Not fundraiser.
Two Bits of Life-Getting-Better Tech News
Of course I admit that griping about the speed and reliability of a Wi-Fi service, on a moving train, epitomizes having too few real problems to gripe about.
Redlands Daily Facts
Redlands High School Chamber Singers bring awards back to Redlands
Redlands High School senior Austin Niebres said he was overwhelmed "" shocked, even "" when he heard his name called as the winner of a Maestro Award at the recent National Heritage Choral Festival at Foothill College in Los Altos.
Wed May 22, 2013
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Inland Empire DUI checkpoints planned for holiday weekend
Following is a list of operations focused on motorists driving while under the influence, including checkpoints and patrols through Avoid the 25.
Inland Empire: 22 Girl Scouts receive gold award
Twenty-two Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio Council received the Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest achievement in Girl Scouting, at a dinner and recognition ceremony held at the Mitten Building in Redlands on Friday, April 19, 2013.
REDLANDS: Emotions run high at Brookside Avenue post office meeting
The distinct possibility that the U.S. Postal Service will close the post office on Brookside Avenue in Redlands has left many community members angry.
REDLANDS: Literacy program receives IBM grant, thanks to staffer
A $3,000 grant has been awarded by IBM to the Redlands adult literacy program through the initiative of Louise Anderson, a volunteer tutor.
REDLANDS: Festival of Arts debuts on holiday weekend
A painting of the Lincoln Shrine by Rosemary Hite will be among the art works owned by the library and displayed during the festival in its Assembly Room.
REDLANDS: Conservative speaker series continues
The Redlands Townhall Speaker Series will feature Rosa Koire, author of "Behind the Green Mask: UN Agenda 21" and blogger of Democrats against Agenda 21, on Thursday, May 23.
Tue May 21, 2013
REDLANDS: County Museum to stay open Memorial Day
Are you thinking of staying close to home Memorial Day weekend to avoid the freeway traffic? If so, here's something you could do: The San Bernardino County Museum in Redlands announced it will be open on Memorial Day - Monday, May 27.
Mon May 20, 2013
The Impossibility of Being Barack Obama
I half-heard the President's commencement address at Morehouse when coming back to DC this weekend.
NBC Los Angeles
Phony Cop Pulls Over School Bus Driver in Redlands
A school bus driver became suspicious and threatened to call CHP when a man impersonating a police officer pulled her over in Redlands on May 17, 2013.