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Monday, October 26, 2020


The holidays have come and gone. This time of year inspires us to reminisce about holidays past and to try to look into the future, hoping the best

For Good Measure

Measuring things is a normal routine for all of us. We measure length sometimes in millimeters and sometimes in light years.

Beware of criminals pretending to be WHO

Hackers and cyber scammers are taking advantage of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic by sending fraudulent email and WhatsApp messages that attempt to trick you into clicking on malicious links or opening attachments.

Mayor Bonnie Wright

From the moment she entered the world, Bonnie Wright was destined to serve others. She brought that sense...

On 9/11, Trump consoles victims, has tough words for Taliban

Like his two most immediate predecessors, President Donald Trump marked the anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks in a speech at the Pentagon and, like them, still unable to end America’s longest war, in Afghanistan.

Saving the environment

Let’s see if I have a grip on saving the environment. Due to plastic bags polluting the environment and causing damage to sea life, we Californians

Border Database Information Exposed In Cyber Attack

US citizens have become increasingly concerned about personal privacy. An incident regarding cyber security at The US Customs and...

Firm’s contract to Advance Reforms in County Government Ends

RIVERSIDE (CNS) - The work of a global professional services firm hired nearly four years ago to initiate reforms...

California Women’s Party Plans to Electrify Political Landscape The Party Will...

he California Women’s Party, which plans to qualify for the 2024 primary election, has created a “Humanity-First” platform which will focus on supporting attainable home ownership, universal pre-kindergarten access, a clean energy plan, and paid family leave, among other priorities, in a vocal demonstration of members’ displeasure with the current two-party system’s handling of issues that traditionally affect many women and families.

For California, Census Case Is Supremes’ Biggest

Census Case - For California, there is no doubt the most important case the U.S. Supreme Court will decide...