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US drinking more now than just before Prohibition

Americans are drinking more now than when Prohibition was enacted. What’s more, it’s been rising for two decades, and it’s not clear

Herrera Brothers, Your Silver Glove Regional Champs

The Herrera Brothers are at it again. While other kids were eating candy and playing Fortnite during winter vacation. The Herrera Brothers were running miles

League Play Is Here For Basketball

League play is here, Let’s take a look at the matchups our Mountain Pass League basketball teams will be playing in this week. Game one of the week is West Valley vs. Tahquitz.

Hemet Youth Spring Baseball Sign-ups Now!

Hemet Youth is back after a short sabbatical and they are ready to start their season. Right now they are holding registration for two divisions. 8u (ages 6-8) in this division players are pitched to by a machine.

Congress Leaves Promising Health Care Cost Reforms in Limbo

Health care as an issue landed with a thud in late December as members of Congress packed up and went home for the holidays. Two important pieces of legislation

Arturo Ojeda and Karson Martin Continue To Flaunt Their Dominance

San Jacinto’s Defending CIF Champion wrestler, Arturo Ojeda Jr. dominated over the holiday break. Where most people see it as a time off,

The Pressure To Perform Can Often Be Overwhelming & Discouraging.

Are we putting too much "Performance Pressure" on young athletes? A lot of parents start their kids off in sports at a very young age, with intentions of giving

It’s A Girls World…

Years ago it was considered “taboo” to have a girl on your wrestling team. They had a hard time finding people to wrestle and most schools would just

Keep an open mind when reporting on policies to curb sugary...

We are firmly in the season of overeating. And so there is no time like the present to talk about one of the big contributors to our dietary dilemma.

San Jacinto High School Standout Football Player Signs With Sacramento State

Mountain Pass League Defensive Player of the Year, Kameron Rocha has elected to take his talents to Northern California to play Defensive Back at Sacramento State next year. Sac State swooped in and offered Rocha a full-ride athletic scholarship and he signed on the dotted line. At times this year, Kameron Rocha proved that his talent was on another level when compared to the other High School athletes on the field.