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It’s a special Inland Thanksgiving for aspiring musician, newly adopted girl

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2 UPS employees die in workplace accident at Ontario International Airport hub Authorities release ID’s of UPS workers killed in Ontario International Airport accident Claremont hopes to keep employees with $1,000 bonus, free parking for Wilderness Park What’s open and closed on Thanksgiving Day in the Inland Empire Deputy injured after ...
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Upland woman met ‘Ernie’ Hemingway

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Today is that day. Jeanne Master of Upland read my column about the man in Claremont, Bill Demastus, who met Ernest Hemingway with, she said, great interest. I’m appreciative of that, as I wasn’t confident anyone had read it at all. “I, too, have had the pleasure of meeting Ernest Hemingway,” Master wrote by letter. “May I tell you my ...
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More than 40 Los Angeles County holiday events and happenings in 2019

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More than 1,000 hanging lanterns will line garden trails. Musicians will perform serene music. 6-9 p.m. Dec. 13-14, 20-21. 1500 N. College Ave, Claremont. 909-625-8767, rsabg.org. Lythgoe Family Panto’s ‘A Snow White Christmas’: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs team up to defeat her aunt, The Queen. The play is done in British Panto style ...
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This woman is pioneering healthier multicultural hair care in Monrovia

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She opened four years ago at 147 E. Foothill Blvd., moving from her outgrown storefront in Claremont. She and her team specializes in all hair types for all people, unlike salons that best handle only certain hair types — usually ones that are identical to the owners. “Hair is a segregated place culturally,” said Tomara Fuller ...
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Inland college notebook: RCC again seeks an elusive playoff win

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That ends Redlands’ season at 9-2, the first nine-win season since legendary Redlands coach Frank Serrao led the 1978 team to a 9-1 mark. Claremont-Mudd-Scripps’ women’s soccer team was playing with house money as it was, having reached the NCAA Division III Round of 16 after missing the SCIAC Tournament. But an at-large berth and ...
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Claremont hopes to keep employees with $1,000 bonus, free parking for Wilderness Park

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For the second time in as many years, Claremont will share surplus funds with its employees, a move officials hope encourages workers to stay with the city. The City Council unanimously agreed Tuesday, Nov. 26, to set aside $186,000 in surplus funds from the previous fiscal year for employee incentives despite facing a structural deficit.
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Most city workers pay $0 in healthcare premiums. Garcetti said he’d change that. He hasn’t

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Overall, that cost has risen 22% since Garcetti first became mayor, his office said. John J. Pitney Jr., a professor of government at Claremont McKenna College, said there’s less pressure on politicians to get labor concessions because the economy has been strong and polls show the public views unions more favorably. At the same time ...
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Great Oak runs a B-team at CIF-SS Finals and still secures a Division 1 team sweep

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Redlands East Valley’s boys got within a hair of a runner-up plaque before taking a strong third in Division 2. Senior Matthew Casillas was seventh in 14:46.6. Claremont’s boys were right behind in fourth. The Wolfpack girls, winners of three consecutive section titles, placed second in D2 behind Newbury Park. Sophomore Maddie Coles ...
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Costa Mesa girls’ cross-country advances to first state meet since 1997

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Rios (Colony) 17:02.8Q; 3. Locher (Ventura) 17:06.1; 4. Goeson (Serrano) 17:08.9; 5. Corsinita (Capistrano Valley) 17:10.3Q; 6. Walker (Simi Valley) 17:10.3; 7. Coles (Claremont) 17:16.3; 8. McDonnell (Newbury Park) 17:19.1; 9. Segura-Mora (Claremont) 17:21.1; 10. Lima (Rancho Verde) 17:22.0Q; 12. Markow (Dana Hills) 17:25.5Q 1. Scriven (Palos ...
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Dance in L.A. this week: ‘The Nutcracker,’ Grandeza Mexicana Folk Ballet Ballet and more

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Sat., 2 and 7:30 p.m.; next Sun., 2 p.m.; ends Dec. 8. $39 and up; discounts available. ipballet.org (Also in Riverside, Dec. 14-15; and Claremont, Dec. 21-22) The Nutcracker Los Angeles Ballet’s annual locally touring production sets the holiday tale in the City of Angels circa 1912. Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts, 18000 Park Plaza ...
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