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  • Josue Barnes, co-founder of Claremont Change is the guest; moderators are Claremont residents Derik Smith, CMC professor, and Cynthis Barnes-Slater. Is there a global “right to democracy”? Is such a right implied by the existence of the United Nations?
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    The Damien High football team is loading up, having landed several big transfers. Donovan Smith, a 6-foot-3, 205-pound quarterback who starred for Los Osos last season and has scholarship offers ...
  • San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    Nineteen months ago, the Los Angeles Rams were the hot stock, the closest thing to a sure thing in the unsure world of pro football. The Super Bowl that they lost to New England seemed a mere ...
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    NEW YORK (AP) — Serena Williams could send a thank-you note to Long Beach’s Billie Jean King and eight other players who signed $1 contracts to launch a new women’s pro tennis circuit 50 ...
  • San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    The high school football season would have been preparing for its third week on Friday until normal circumstances, but the COVID-19 pandemic has been anything but normal, forcing students into ...
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    USC is extending its pause on football and men’s water polo workouts to Sept. 8 due to positive COVID-19 tests in those two programs, the school announced on Monday. The original pause in ...
  • As a retired peace officer (Department of the California Youth Authority), I took an oath, like other law enforcement professionals, to serve as a guardian of the the peace. I could not believe with my own eyes the video of the policeman in Kenosha Wisconsin pumping seven bullets into the back of unarmed African American Jacob Blake as he was trying to climb into his vehicle to be with his three young children. Just imagine the life long daily trauma that his three children will have to endure for the rest of their lives.
  • The city’s human services department has witnessed a surge in the usage of both tennis and pickleball courts over the last few weeks. This surge is most likely attributed to the recent closure of the Claremont Club and the desire of the community to get outdoors and exercise.
  • Three Major League Baseball games were postponed Wednesday as players across the sports landscape drove the decisions in the wake of the weekend shooting by police of Jacob Blake, a Black man, in
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Mike Trout’s outfield reads became somewhat of a trending topic among baseball fans and media on Twitter last Friday. Among those who were paying attention: Trout himself. According to MLB’s ...