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Sunday, June 26, 2022

Eagle Feather Ceremony Held for Native American Graduates

The Southern California Tribal Chairman’s Association hosted an Eagle Feather Ceremony for all the Tribes that belong to the multi-service, nonprofit organization. The Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians were invited to join in 2020.

Statewide Initiative Supports Behavioral Health of I.E. Youth

Amidst a national youth behavioral health crisis, Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP) is partnering with Molina Healthcare, County Behavioral Health, the Offices of Education in Riverside and San Bernardino counties, and select local school districts and charter schools to implement the Student Behavioral Health Incentive Program (SBHIP).

Soboba Honors Its Fallen on Memorial Day

Prior to Monday’s Memorial Day Flag Raising ceremony at the Soboba Cemetery, miniature flags were placed at the gravesites of veterans. At dawn, members of the Soboba Fire Department raised the American flag, located on the center flagpole behind the Veterans’ Memorial, to full staff and then slowly lowered it to half-staff to honor America’s fallen servicemen and women.

Become a Hometown Tourist

Out-of-towners happily flock to see key historic places, fun destinations and celebrated. eateries, and hometown folks sometimes over-react by avoiding them all together.

Mt. San Jacinto College Celebrates Record-Breaking Class with In-Person Graduation...

Mt. San Jacinto College celebrated a record-breaking 2,226 graduates on Thursday, May 26 during two graduation ceremonies at Pechanga Resort Casino in Temecula.

California, New Zealand announce climate change partnership

Top officials from California and New Zealand signed a pledge Friday agreeing to help fight climate change by sharing ideas and best practices, including how to put millions more electric vehicles on the road.

How San Diego secured its water supply, at a cost

As a worsening drought forces millions of Californians to face mandatory water restrictions, one corner of Southern California has largely shielded itself from supply-related woes: San Diego County.

Governor Newsom Convenes Summit with Local Water Leaders, Urges More Aggressive...

Governor Gavin Newsom convened leaders from the state’s largest urban water suppliers, which cover two thirds of Californians, and water associations imploring them to take more aggressive actions to combat drought and better engage their customers to ensure all Californians are doing their part to save water.

Sharing Culture Culminates at Annual Gathering

Noli Indian School Culture teacher Tashina Miranda Ornelas is thankful that she has been able to expand her high school students’ lessons to include sharing what they learn with Soboba Tribal Preschool students.

States divided along partisan lines in response to shootings

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee was quick to react to this week’s carnage at a Texas elementary school, sending a tweet listing the gun control measures the Democratic-controlled state has taken. He finished with: “Your turn Congress.”