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Beaumont High School and the ninth-grade Building Assets, Reducing Risks (BARR team acknowledges many of its freshmen for academic excellence in the latter half of this past school year.

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Beaumont has officially added another park to its inventory of public parks, after its city council unanimously accepted the 12.77-acre community park on Seneca Springs Parkway during its July 21 meeting.

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For two-legged visitors accompanying their masters to the dog park at Noble Creek Community Center, some of the less agile visitors may confront a slight impediment upon arrival to the grassy area.

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Chelsey Thrasher, a 13-year veteran of In & Out, is excited to manage the restaurant's latest location opening tomorrow, Friday, July 24 at 1551 E. 2nd St. in Beaumont.

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Sandals Church Banning is participating in the USDA Farmers to Families Food Box Program, beginning at 9 a.m. July 16, and pick up a Farmers Market Box filled with fresh from the farm fruits and vegetables.

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In support of law enforcement, the Banning Chamber of Commerce sponsored this billboard at the east end of Ramsey Street, greeting visitors to the city in time for Independence Day.

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Beaumont’s city manager Todd Parton reported to his city council Tuesday evening that he has been in discussions with his staff about reopening city hall to visitors again, since the civic center has been closed to the public during the coronavirus pandemic.

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The County of Riverside proclaimed a local emergency and set a countywide curfew tonight from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. The order was signed today by County Executive Officer and Director of Emergency Services George Johnson, in coordination with law enforcement officials, and applies to all cities a…

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Hungry, sunburned, and determined to get to Texas from Moreno Valley within just a couple of weeks, “One-Armed Willy,” as he joked with acquaintances to call him, appeared at a food distribution event in Banning, anticipating that he would volunteer and hopefully get to earn a bag of food.

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This Sunday, the 50th day of Easter, is a significant for Christians, who believe that the Holy Spirit descended upon Jesus’s apostles following his ascension to Heaven, and for Jews it is Shavuot, commemorating when God gave the Torah to the nation of Israel, though the occasion is not as w…

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Banning’s Electric Utility typically spends nearly 60 percent of its revenues on low-income assistance, a far higher percentage than the 25 to 35 percent that other cities typically do, according to the utility’s public benefits Director Amber Rockwell.

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