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Monday, September 26, 2022

California’s Unemployment Rate Falls to Record Low Level

California’s unemployment rate fell to historically low levels in July, while adding the state’s largest job gain since February and second largest since August 2021.

Veteran author of 37 books, Hollywood’s Raymond Strait pens his first...

“Bughouse Blues” is a book which truly needs to be ranked with James Michener’s, “Fires of spring” as a boy’s tender passage into young manhood.

You One!

On May 23rd, Time magazine released the results of its world’s 100 most influential people. This list was first published in 1999 as the result of a debate among American academics, journalists and politicians.

Nebraska school officials close newspaper after LGBTQ issue

Administrators at a Nebraska school shuttered the school’s award-winning student newspaper just days after its last edition that included articles and editorials on LGBTQ issues, leading press freedom advocates to call the move an act of censorship.

When migrant children attempt to take their lives

In its first three months in power, the Biden Administration recorded hundreds of incidents when migrant children in the custody of the federal refugee agency expressed past or present thoughts of suicide. Some of those children also attempted to end their lives. 

The Divided States of America

Before her death, Ann Landers received about 10,000 letters a month from people requesting advice. Once, someone asked her what the most common question was. Her reply? People constantly seem to be afraid or worried about things.

Soboba Summer Bash and New School Year Keep Community Busy

The first day of school at the Soboba Tribal Preschool and Noli Indian School was Aug. 4. Donovan Post, who is director for the preschool and principal for the 6-12 grade school on the Soboba Indian Reservation, joined staff to welcome students back to the campuses.

New Study Estimates Over 5.5 Million U.S. Adults Use Hallucinogens

Hallucinogen use has increased since 2015, overall and particularly among adults 26 and older, while use decreased in adolescents aged 12–17 years according to a new study by Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health and Columbia University Irving Medical Center.

The new bill just passed by Congress is a huge victory...

On Friday, the U.S. House of Representatives gave final approval to historic consumer protection legislation. The Inflation Reduction Act, the official name of the major new law, will give Medicare beneficiaries some pocketbook relief from the relentlessly rising prices of prescription drugs.

Chomp! Chomp!!

Just mention the word 'rat' and everyone squirms - usually, the mere sight of one triggers gasps and shrieks from most people. Rats are associated with disease, rot, filth, and death. They come in more than 60 different varieties and some grow up to 30 inches in length.