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Last Saturday Banning Mayor Colleen Wallace held a Town Hall meeting at Roosevelt Williams Park, with a host of speakers that would provide updates on their respective fields.

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The Morongo Casino Resort & Spa and Casino Morongo are looking to hire dozens of new team members at two job fairs set for Monday, May 10 and Tuesday, May 18 from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. in the Morongo Grand Ballroom.

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Ahead of their Wednesday deadline for a short-range transit plan draft expected by the Riverside County Transportation Commission, Beaumont’s Community Services Director Elizabeth Gibbs gave a presentation on her department’s transit efforts to the city council at its April 20 meeting.

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Developer fees related to preserving endangered species and providing the conservation of nearly half of a million acres is going up among 18 members of the Western Riverside County Regional Conservation Authority (RCA), a joint powers authority that oversees the Western Riverside County Mul…

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The Beaumont-Cherry Valley Recreation and Park District will hold the Annual Fishing Derby on Saturday, April 24, and Sunday, April 25 starting at 7 a.m. The children’s Derby will begin at 7 a.m. Saturday, April 24 with lunch and awards following the competition.

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In one of the first large public gatherings since the coronavirus pandemic began, the Banning Chamber of Commerce took advantage of relaxed county restrictions and held its annual catered installation dinner at The Farm’s House Restaurant in Banning Saturday evening.

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Our Clown Family, a local family of volunteers is participating in a nationwide "Adopt-A-Grandparent" campaign will help nursing staff at local facilities bring a smile to those that have been isolated since the lockdown began with the delivery of a "Balloon Buddy" to each resident in their …

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With quarantine orders relaxed, Fox Cineplex in Banning has reopened, showing current films and offering sentimentalists and romantics a chance to go back in time with limited showings of vintage films such as 1953’s “Roman Holiday” with Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck (7 p.m. on Friday, 4:3…

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The reincarnation of what was formerly Pass Area Transit had an unveiling Monday morning, as administrators from the transportation departments of Banning and Beaumont gathered for a brief celebration of their new designs.

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The owners of Skydive West Coast, which operates a parachute jumping business out of the Banning Municipal Airport, spurned the optics of what could be seen as a “hand out” and requested not to have three months’-worth of lease be dismissed by the city.

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Banning congratulated longtime councilman Art Welch and outgoing mayor Daniela Andrade Tuesday evening as they retired as public officials.

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As Todd Parton recalls, working with then-incoming Mayor Rey Santos, a lot of discussion took place as to what to anticipate for the coming year: business events, round table discussions, capital projects.

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Beaumont has approved $163,900 in community development block grants, with $20,000 being given to the Boys & Girls Clubs of the San Gorgonio Pass, and the remaining $143,900 will be designated for street and sidewalk rehabilitation projects, and ADA ramp improvements in downtown Beaumont.

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Usually while most people in the Pass area are celebrating Thanksgiving, on Thanksgiving Day the Hmong population celebrates their new year with guest speakers from other Hmong communities, songs and dances — and lots of food.

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Banning moved forward in approving funding for nearly $350,000 in community development block grants applicable to the 2020-21 year, and approved recommendations for $194,000-worth of projects for the 2021-22 program year.

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After Banning and Beaumont agreed to go their separate ways when it comes to providing public transportation, “Pass Transit” as society knows it effectively began to fade away as of July 2019, and city buses will only cross connecting cities’ routes at the Walmart stop in Beaumont.