The Beaumont Woman's Club is seeking volunteers to pack toiletry care packages for deployed military personnel at 11 a.m. Thursday, April 4 at the Beaumont Woman's Club, 300 E. Sixth St. in Beaumont.
The newly appointed members of the Banning Library District had an overwhelming debut for their first swearing-in session.
The little room the library board usually meets in was not large enough to accommodate the dozens of residents who primarily came not to witness the board members’ exciting new adventure, but to seek answers as to why the city’s only archivist was let go by the library’s interim director.
Laughter and excitement filled the morning air on Monday as more than 3,000 disadvantaged children from across Inland Southern California took part in the annual Christmas Cheer All Year Shopping Spree, sponsored by the Morongo Band of Mission Indians.
Former Loma Linda University Medical Center patient Marilyn Mitchell, 71, has been walking the halls of the same hospital that saved her life 14 years ago to give out hand-sewn heart-shaped pillows to patients who have undergone heart surgery. The Rialto resident recently visited Loma Linda …
Patients with early stages of breast cancer who undergo partial breast proton irradiation treatment after a lumpectomy have better quality of life post-treatment versus whole breast irradiation, a new study suggests.
Certified election results from the Nov. 7 general election have been on the Riverside County Registrar of Voters web site. Here are the results from the local races and propositions:
Santa will be visiting Beaumont three weeks early to spread Christmas cheer when he makes his way through the neighborhoods on Saturday evening, Dec. 8.
Tim Sanchez and his fiancée barely make it by on his seasonal job with the Banning Broncos and hers as a caregiver.
Together, they have five of their own kids and a nephew to care for.
Side by Side Humanitarian will hold its annual November free food distribution event on Friday, Nov. 16 from 10 a.m. to Noon at Loma Linda University Health (1/2 mile south of I-10 - across from Sun Lakes) 81 S. Highland Springs Avenue Beaumont
The sounds of the ‘60s were alive and well Oct. 18 inside the Chatigny Community Center as seniors danced to the music of The Beach Boys, Marvin Gaye and Chubby Checker.
The Banning, San Gorgonio Pass Chamber of Commerce hired a new office manager, which allowed the chamber’s volunteer interim executive director to step down.
Hailey Evans was not excited about getting a flu shot from Walgreens during the Safety Fair last Friday afternoon at the Chatigny Center in Beaumont.
The 15-year-old was encouraged to get a flu shot by her Interact adviser Bruce Murrill, who also got one right before Hailey.
Rudy Zerr and his family were enjoying the first night of Oktoberfest on Sept. 21 at Noble Creek Park in Beaumont.
Job seekers had a variety of industries to consider at the third annual Job Fair held Sept. 20 at the Beaumont Civic Center.
As Friday evening faded and the rodeo lights brightened, Dysart Park in Banning came alive as visitors came out to enjoy the rodeo, the concerts and the fairgrounds.
On the heels of receiving a grant from the Sun Lakes Country Club Charitable Trust, Kids Cures Foundation president Vicki Grunewald was thrilled to shed light on the many good deeds her organization strives to do every day, to members of the San Gorgonio Pass Round Table during their bi-week…
Screenwriting, directing, casting, editing and filming on the Universal Studios back lot.
These were just a few of the exciting learning activities talented senior and Boys & Girls Club member Marc Logan, 17, of Banning was able to accomplish during his week stay at the New York Film Academy in Los Angeles. Marc has been a Boys & Girls Club member for the past five years, continually growing his passion for the arts, specifically in film and photography.
At the annual celebration of Southern California’s Native American Cultures event known as the Dragonfly Gala, Bill Madrigal Sr. was honored for his efforts to preserve and promote Cahilla language and culture last Saturday, hosted by the Morongo Band of Mission Indians in the reservation’s community center.
The Beaumont Chamber of Commerce honored California Highway Patrol Sergeant Randy Costelow, Beaumont Police Department Officer Jesus Castro, and the men and women of Cal Fire as its Safety Heroes for 2018.
A presentation to the West Desert Municipal Advisory Council (MAC) is scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 2, 2018 at 6 p.m. at the James A. Venable Community Center, 50390 Carmen Avenue, Cabazon, CA 92230 by Riverside County planning staff and consultants to provide an update of the Cabazon Communi…
Pastor Tom Tran’s family were technically enemies of the state, while he was growing up in South Vietnam.
His father was a colonel for the South Vietnamese Army, and when Saigon fell, he was sent off to a concentration camp.
As temperatures heat up this summer Waste Management of the Inland Empire is urging communities to practice proper disposal of cooled barbecue coals and of materials that should never be placed in trash, recycling, green waste containers to help prevent heat related cart and collection truck fires.
Carol’s Kitchen has found a new home in Banning at Saint Kateri Tekakwitha Church on West Nicolet Street.
The official opening was held this past Tuesday and the volunteers were ready to begin serving meals again to those in need.
The lip sync challenge is on in Beaumont.
The men and women of the Beaumont Police Department working in patrol, animal control, special teams, dispatch and K-9 are the stars of a 3-minute, 40 second video set to the 1974 song “Kung Fu Fighting” by Carl Douglas.
Flanked by Morongo firefighters, Jose Zambrano jogged across the Morongo Indian Reservation on Monday wearing a fire helmet, heavy turnouts and an oxygen tank as part of his 360-mile run from Los Angeles to Arizona in honor of the fallen Granite Mountain Hotshots.
This is the third and final article about Sadakichi Hartmann. Part One covered a biography of his life before his arrival in the San Gorgonio Pass. Part Two began with Sadakichi’s life in Beaumont and ten years later his move to the Morongo Reservation. Part Three will cover the book, “Minut…
The late Roosevelt Williams was proud of his city, and he would be prouder of how the former Pass Valley Park, renamed in 2000 in honor of him, turned out after its $2.4 million refurbishment, celebrated officially last Saturday.
The enterprising efforts of Girl Scouts to sell those seasonal Thin Mints and S’mores cookies each winter are a force to be reckoned with: sales of Girl Scout cookies helped pay off the mortgage of the Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio Council’s Skyland Ranch in 1960.
The Illinois Avenue apartments for low-income veterans are still available for those seeking three-bedroom accommodations in Beaumont.
More than 400 golfers took to the fairways at the 22nd Annual Morongo Charity Golf Tournament on Monday, June 11 to support local schoolchildren and provide assistance to grieving families.
I first became aware of Sadakichi Hartmann 25 years ago when I began working at the Banning Public Library. Who was this man with the exotic, strange name who kept showing up in one form or another? Everything I read about him or that was written by him intrigued me and I began a personal se…
The city of Banning will celebrate its reopening of the refurbished Roosevelt Williams Park, 1101 E. George St., on Saturday, June 23 between 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
The 100th anniversary of Beaumont’s Cherry Festival celebrated its milestone with musical performances by Mini Kiss, Eddie Money and Restless Heart, rides on the Ferris wheel, opportunities to win stuffed animals by shooting hoops and eating lots of funnel cake, corn dogs and cherry pie.
What do our students do when they are not eating, sleeping, working on their phones? At the senior award ceremony for Banning High School on May 24, we learned that they study and excel in many academic areas.