Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians

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Drama Unfolds at Noli Indian School

When Lorin Alvarez began teaching at Noli Indian School on the Soboba Reservation about five years ago, she did not realize she would have the opportunity to combine her two passions in the classroom. But this school year she has been able to add a drama class to the roster of offerings for middle and high school students.

Soboba Encourages Everyone to ‘Face the Waste’ at Earth Day Event

Members of the Soboba Tribal Environmental Department organized Soboba’s 16th annual Earth Day celebration on April 28. More than 500 guests to the Soboba Sports Complex spent time visiting 40 vendors who provided conservation information and giveaways.

SOBOBA RESERVATION PROVIDES NATURAL CLASSROOM FOR STUDENTS

Noli Indian School students in Jay Dagostino’s science classes are getting hands-on lessons in biology, ecology and environmental science. Utilizing an area of the Soboba Reservation adjacent to the school campus, students are learning about habitat restoration of native plants.

NOLI INDIAN SCHOOL 4H PROGRAM WELCOMES DONATION

The now-defunct Soboba Livestock Association has found a way to continue its original mission of education by donating funds to Noli Indian School’s 4H program. Formed on July 28, 1977 with about 30 members, the Association’s founding officers were President Marion Silvas Sr., Vice President Norbit Arres, Secretary Donna Silvas and Treasurer Marian Chacon.

SOBOBA CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT IS ON ITS WAY

Golfers can look forward to a fun day on the greens while local nonprofits will enjoy the green of money they can earn for their worthy causes as the Soboba Charity Golf Tournament prepares to tee off for the tenth year.

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SoCal high schools work to ensure safe, ‘celebratory’ graduations amid college turmoil over Gaza

With graduation season in full swing across Southern California, public school officials are confident that high school commencement ceremonies will not be disrupted by the kind of student activism that has flared at college campuses throughout the nation over the Israel-Gaza war.

California Man Charged In Indictment Alleging Pattern of ‘Swatting’ Calls Threatening Schools Including Sandy Hook

Eduardo Vicente Pelayo Rodriguez, 31, of Riverside, Calif., has been arrested on an 18-count indictment alleging he placed “swatting calls” threatening to commit mass shootings at several schools in the Inland Empire and Sandy Hook, and to bomb Nashville International Airport on behalf of the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS), the Justice Department announced this week.

Riverside Woman’s Antisemitic Threats Terrorized A Jewish Family: DOJ

A 59-year-old Riverside woman was sentenced to 32 months in prison to be followed by three years of supervised release after pleading guilty to knowingly and intentionally transmitting a threatening communication in interstate commerce, the United States Department of Justice announced Friday.

IEHP’s newly announced Community Wellness Center adds more heart to the city of San Bernardino

 Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP) broke ground on its new Community Wellness Center (CWC) in San Bernardino on May 22, inviting health plan leaders and city officials to view the site for the first time.