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The Sandalwood Fire directly impacted approximately 33 Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District students, who now rely on the community and social support to recover, said Superintendent Cali Binks.

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Redlands Conservancy's Sunday Fundays are just that: fun activities on Sundays. As a component of the conservancy's Canyon Environments Education Program, the Sunday Fundays offer free programs and activities to connect Redlands' residents and visitors to the town's wonderful wild places.

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Putting bicycle parts together provided a unique training program for personnel at Alta Vista Credit Union in Redlands. Maria Burkitt Cassidy, director of operations, said the team building exercise adopted for training purposes was titled “Build a Bike” on Monday,

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By a show of hands, all 350 attendees at the Redlands Forum on Tuesday, Oct.8, agreed that they would like to die as comfortably and peacefully as possible when asked by host Samantha Trad, the California director of compassion & choices.  

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After the Sandalwood fire devastated Calimesa a few miles off Interstate 10, Redlands residents were on edge.

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Using a drone, officers from the Redlands Police Department were recently able to find evidence of an armed robbery that will eventually be used in court against the suspect.

Those going on Redlands’ 2019 home tour will have the opportunity to view the first church in Redlands.

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The Big Hearts for Little Hearts Guild for Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital will hold its 19th Dishes for Wishes cooking event, starting at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 30, at the National Orange Show Events Center.

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Mansion Masquarade: 6:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 18, Burrage Mansion. A Halloween-themed costume ball to benefit Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Redlands-Riverside. It is a 21-and-older event. Tickets $60 begreatie.org.

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Raising what has become both their tagline and program moniker “Better Together,” a budding University of Redlands interfaith student association appears to be applying the scriptural injunction “don’t be overcome of evil but overcome evil with good,” in new and unique ways.

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The Islamic Community Center of Redlands will hold an event to raise money for new $1.8 million mosque at 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26, at the Doubletree Hilton in Ontario. The immediate event goal is to raise $900,000 with another $900,000 to be matched.

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Redlands is home to some of the finest breweries in the beer business: Escape Craft Brewing, Ritual Brewing Co. and Hangar 24. Each one has come to brewing, bottling and canning the delicious hoppy beverage in their own special way. From the humblest of beginnings they’ve come from home brew…

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Martin and Ruthie Felix, owners of Isabella’s Ristorante Italiano, met while working in a restaurant, she as a waitress and he as a cook. Ruthie describes their meeting and ensuing marriage as a “steam table romance.”

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Deadly blaze blamed on a truck that dumped burning trash during dry Santa Ana conditions

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San Bernardino County authorities seek the public’s help to locate a missing 85-year-old Bloomington man.

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Sai Hosuru and Kimberly Maldonado were crowned 2019 REV Homecoming King and Queen Friday night in a football game against the Cajon Cowboys at Citrus Valley High School.

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Gov. Gavin Newsom signed into law on Thursday, Oct. 10, a bill that seeks to minimize the risk and perhaps prevent teens from choosing the suicide option, Assemblyman James Ramos has announced.

Redlands East Valley: 4 p.m. Friday, Oct. 18, An Evening with Edgar Allen Poe/Sleepy Hollow.Kimberly Elementary: 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 19, Fall Festival.Redlands East Valley: 11:30 a.m. Monday, Oct. 21, Community College Fair.Citrus Valley High School: 6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 22, Dual Enroll…

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Local water basins were filled with record-breaking deposits of snowmelt, rainfall and imported water, with 2018-19 Water Year totals achieving numbers not seen since 1987, the San Bernardino Valley Water Conservation District has announced.

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The Volunteers for Veterans Foundation held its annual Veterans Memorial Car Show Sunday at Sylvan Park in Redlands in memory of Mike Wilburn, a Vietnam veteran and longtime advocate of veterans’ rights.

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An alert from an automated license plate reader on a suspect vehicle led to the arrest Thursday of three men believed responsible for multiple residential burglaries in the area.

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The Highland City Council has approved an updated cooperative agreement with San Bernardino County Transportation Authority for the use of Measure I funds for the construction and landscape phases of a project to widen and upgrade the State Route 210 interchange at Base Line in Highland.

Saturday Morning Farmers Market: 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 19, downtown.

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Not really, just make believe. The Mansion Memories cast included young and younger versions of the Queen of Hearts at a fun fundraiser at Martha Green’s Eating Room in September.

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The LuxView Apartment Living complex, a low-density housing project described as soon-to-be “one of the finest communities in the region,” was approved by City Council on Tuesday, Oct. 16.

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Affordable housing is major challenge here

On Thursday, Oct. 17, Redlands residents will join millions of Californians to participate at the annual ShakeOut International Day of Action, scheduled at 10:17 a.m.

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California is committed to keeping the air clean and so are Redlands Unified School District students.

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To kick off its College Focus Month the Redlands Unified School District announced the winners of the poster contest highlighting “excelling toward the future.”

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Engraved bricks, stones and plaques to sell to donors have become popular ways to generate project funds, which is exactly what Redlands Conservancy has done to help finish the Redlands Gateway Ranch project. On Sept. 29, the conservancy dedicated the first 10 engraved stepping stones that w…