Retired teachers celebrate 95 years of success!

Founded in 1929 and the oldest and largest group of retired teachers in the nation, the California Retired Teachers Association (CalRTA) had a lot to celebrate at this year’s Annual Convention and Delegate Assembly in Sacramento from June 7-9.

Nine Local Graduates Receive $1000 CalRTA Scholarships

Division 33 of the California Retired Teachers Association honored its 2024 Scholarship recipients at their recent luncheon on Tuesday, June 11, at the Seven Hills Members Club in Hemet. 

California Legislature rejects many of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s budget cuts as negotiations continue

The California Legislature on Thursday rejected many of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s most difficult budget cuts, choosing instead to speed-up a temporary tax increase on some businesses to help address an estimated $45 billion deficit while preserving spending on many social safety net programs.

Supreme Court strikes down Trump-era ban on rapid-fire rifle bump stocks, reopening political fight

The Supreme Court on Friday struck down a Trump-era ban on bump stocks, the rapid-fire gun accessories used in the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history, in a ruling that threw firearms back into the nation’s political spotlight.

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23-Year-Old Hiker Suffers Apparent Heat Exhaustion In Local Mountains

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IECF Combatting Inland Empire News Deserts with Launch of Journalism Innovation Hub+Fund Collaborative

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Retired teachers celebrate 95 years of success!

Founded in 1929 and the oldest and largest group of retired teachers in the nation, the California Retired Teachers Association (CalRTA) had a lot to celebrate at this year’s Annual Convention and Delegate Assembly in Sacramento from June 7-9.

Nine Local Graduates Receive $1000 CalRTA Scholarships

Division 33 of the California Retired Teachers Association honored its 2024 Scholarship recipients at their recent luncheon on Tuesday, June 11, at the Seven Hills Members Club in Hemet. 

California Legislature rejects many of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s budget cuts as negotiations continue

The California Legislature on Thursday rejected many of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s most difficult budget cuts, choosing instead to speed-up a temporary tax increase on some businesses to help address an estimated $45 billion deficit while preserving spending on many social safety net programs.

Supreme Court strikes down Trump-era ban on rapid-fire rifle bump stocks, reopening political fight

The Supreme Court on Friday struck down a Trump-era ban on bump stocks, the rapid-fire gun accessories used in the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history, in a ruling that threw firearms back into the nation’s political spotlight.

23-Year-Old Hiker Suffers Apparent Heat Exhaustion In Local Mountains

A 23-year-old hiker collapsed on a trail Thursday in the San Bernardino National Forest north of Anza, suffering apparent heat exhaustion and requiring firefighters to rescue him.

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Retired teachers celebrate 95 years of success!

Founded in 1929 and the oldest and largest group of retired teachers in the nation, the California Retired Teachers Association (CalRTA) had a lot to celebrate at this year’s Annual Convention and Delegate Assembly in Sacramento from June 7-9.

Nine Local Graduates Receive $1000 CalRTA Scholarships

Division 33 of the California Retired Teachers Association honored its 2024 Scholarship recipients at their recent luncheon on Tuesday, June 11, at the Seven Hills Members Club in Hemet. 

California Legislature rejects many of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s budget cuts as negotiations continue

The California Legislature on Thursday rejected many of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s most difficult budget cuts, choosing instead to speed-up a temporary tax increase on some businesses to help address an estimated $45 billion deficit while preserving spending on many social safety net programs.

Supreme Court strikes down Trump-era ban on rapid-fire rifle bump stocks, reopening political fight

The Supreme Court on Friday struck down a Trump-era ban on bump stocks, the rapid-fire gun accessories used in the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history, in a ruling that threw firearms back into the nation’s political spotlight.

23-Year-Old Hiker Suffers Apparent Heat Exhaustion In Local Mountains

A 23-year-old hiker collapsed on a trail Thursday in the San Bernardino National Forest north of Anza, suffering apparent heat exhaustion and requiring firefighters to rescue him.

IECF Combatting Inland Empire News Deserts with Launch of Journalism Innovation Hub+Fund Collaborative

In a groundbreaking move poised to revolutionize the media and journalism landscape of the Inland Empire, leaders from local community news organizations gathered at ESRi to announce the launch of the Journalism Innovation Hub+ Fund.

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Retired teachers celebrate 95 years of success!

Founded in 1929 and the oldest and largest group of retired teachers in the nation, the California Retired Teachers Association (CalRTA) had a lot to celebrate at this year’s Annual Convention and Delegate Assembly in Sacramento from June 7-9.

Nine Local Graduates Receive $1000 CalRTA Scholarships

Division 33 of the California Retired Teachers Association honored its 2024 Scholarship recipients at their recent luncheon on Tuesday, June 11, at the Seven Hills Members Club in Hemet. 

California Legislature rejects many of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s budget cuts as negotiations continue

The California Legislature on Thursday rejected many of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s most difficult budget cuts, choosing instead to speed-up a temporary tax increase on some businesses to help address an estimated $45 billion deficit while preserving spending on many social safety net programs.

Supreme Court strikes down Trump-era ban on rapid-fire rifle bump stocks, reopening political fight

The Supreme Court on Friday struck down a Trump-era ban on bump stocks, the rapid-fire gun accessories used in the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history, in a ruling that threw firearms back into the nation’s political spotlight.

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Retired teachers celebrate 95 years of success!

Founded in 1929 and the oldest and largest group of retired teachers in the nation, the California Retired Teachers Association (CalRTA) had a lot to celebrate at this year’s Annual Convention and Delegate Assembly in Sacramento from June 7-9.

Nine Local Graduates Receive $1000 CalRTA Scholarships

Division 33 of the California Retired Teachers Association honored its 2024 Scholarship recipients at their recent luncheon on Tuesday, June 11, at the Seven Hills Members Club in Hemet. 

California Legislature rejects many of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s budget cuts as negotiations continue

The California Legislature on Thursday rejected many of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s most difficult budget cuts, choosing instead to speed-up a temporary tax increase on some businesses to help address an estimated $45 billion deficit while preserving spending on many social safety net programs.

Supreme Court strikes down Trump-era ban on rapid-fire rifle bump stocks, reopening political fight

The Supreme Court on Friday struck down a Trump-era ban on bump stocks, the rapid-fire gun accessories used in the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history, in a ruling that threw firearms back into the nation’s political spotlight.

23-Year-Old Hiker Suffers Apparent Heat Exhaustion In Local Mountains

A 23-year-old hiker collapsed on a trail Thursday in the San Bernardino National Forest north of Anza, suffering apparent heat exhaustion and requiring firefighters to rescue him.

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Retired teachers celebrate 95 years of success!

Founded in 1929 and the oldest and largest group of retired teachers in the nation, the California Retired Teachers Association (CalRTA) had a lot to celebrate at this year’s Annual Convention and Delegate Assembly in Sacramento from June 7-9.