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“Roots of Wisdom: Native Knowledge, Shared Science,” a Smithsonian traveling exhibition that explores the ways in which traditional knowledge of Indigenous communities and cutting-edge Western science are being applied — is now open to the public in the Armacost Library lobby at the Universi…

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REDLANDS — In partnership with the Garner Holt Foundation, San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools hosted the Animatronics Academy Career Camp, an immersive education and career exploration event. Students from schools across San Bernardino County Schools participated from Jan. 5 to 7.

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Children and adults can receive free vaccinations from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 29, at Citrus Valley High School, the Redlands Unified School District announced during its Jan. 11 virtual board meeting.

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Four high school teams have advanced to the semifinals of the 40th annual San Bernardino County Mock Trial competition. Currently, Los Osos High School (Gold Team), Oak Hills High School (White Team), Ontario Christian High School and Redlands High School are scheduled to compete in person a…

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The California Community College’s Strong Workforce project has awarded funding to Crafton Hills College (CHC) to expand and strengthen its partnership with the Colton-Redlands-Yucaipa Regional Occupation Program (CRY-ROP).

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­About 17 local high school students got a big surprise from the University of Redlands last week, receiving early admissions for fall 2022. Family, friends, and educators at each school helped to celebrate these outstanding students and the University was thrilled to welcome them into the B…

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The Redlands Unified School District recognized its Outstanding Fall Student Athletics program and several of the athletes honored for their achievements in sports.

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SAN DIEGO — Redlands USD Mock Trial program was one of six Golden Bell award winners from San Bernardino County recognized as California School Boards Association (CSBA) Golden Bell Award winners during a ceremony in San Diego on Dec. 2.

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In October, Crafton Hills College (CHC) student leaders attended the annual summit conference of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU). Attendees met and shared ideas about promising practices in the education of Hispanic and Latinx students and opportunities in furthe…

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The Redlands Unified Board of Education announced its Redlands Educational Partnership (REP) Grants during its meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 9.

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San Manuel Band of Indians’ Fire Chief Michael Smith got his start in the paramedic program at Nearly two decades later he is paying back as a director on the CHC Foundation.

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Rebecca Friedrichs, a teacher for 28 years author of “Standing Up to Goliath,” will discuss the advantages of home schooling from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Nov. 13, at the exhibit hall at Ark Church of the Nazarene, 1307 E. Citrus Ave., Redlands

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Paleontologist Nigel Hughes has earned one of the highest honors in his field, an achievement made even more remarkable because last year’s winner was another UC Riverside paleontologist — Mary Droser, his wife.

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The University of Redlands has entered into an exclusive negotiation agreement with REACH Redlands — a joint venture of Republic Metropolitan, Arteco Partners and Creative Housing Associates — to develop 30 acres of land located around the Arrow rail station at U of R in a project known as U…

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In a bold move to prepare students for a changing business environment, University of Redlands officials announced the launch of the University of Redlands School of Business & Society.

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Redlands Unified Superintendent Mauricio Arellano announced new state legislation to the Board of Education regarding vaccine mandates and graduation requirements during its meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 12.

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The Friends of A.K. Smiley Public Library will host an October special sale from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 22. The sale continues from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday and from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Sunday.

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Contemporary Club members sponsored a popular booth at the annual Family Day event at the Smiley Library on Saturday.

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Have you ever wondered what your dog is thinking or if cows have feelings? Are you interested in the reasons behind the behavior of animals and wish you could learn more about them? University of Redlands' new major in human-animal studies might be for you.

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Crafton Hills College (CHC) has one of the most respected emergency medical services programs in the state. The program’s newest paramedic director is a well-respected skills instructor for fellow first responders and a product of the Yucaipa-based college’s program.

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New University of Redlands President Krista L. Newkirk said the school's commitment to innovation inspired her to make the move from South Carolina to Southern California.

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Students are back on campus at the University of Redlands. Classes for the 2021-22 school year began Thursday, Sept. 2.

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Redlands Unified students returned to school on Wednesday, Aug. 11. Students are back to a traditional schedule with in-person instruction for both elementary and secondary levels.

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Shortly before 7 in the morning 13-year-old Ariel Lopez waited with dozens of other members of Boys & Girls Clubs from Redlands and San Bernardino to be let into the Kohl’s Department store.

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San Bernardino Community College District Chancellor Diana Z. Rodriguez has appointed Scott W. Thayer to serve as interim president of San Bernardino Valley College. He began his tenure this week while the district prepares a search to fill the permanent position.

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The Redlands Unified School district has been sending fourth-grade students on the Smiley Heritage Tour since the early 1980s. Due to COVID-19, last year was the first time students could not participate.

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The Redlands Unified Board of Education appointed Todd Rossi as Judson & Brown Elementary’s new principal during its special meeting on Tuesday, July 6.

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The University of Redlands Facilities Management Department has begun replacing lighting fixtures and its aging, inefficient irrigation system on its iconic quad between the Administration Building and Memorial Chapel.

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Redlands children can enter the Redlands Kids’ Riddle Contest for a chance to win six Diamond Club behind-home-plate tickets and two V.I.P. parking passes to the Angels vs. Mariners baseball game at 1 p.m. Sunday, July 18.