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Jasmin Hall becomes first Black President of the Inland Empire Utilities Agency  
February 18, 2021
Two elections held in the last three months have placed San Bernardino County resident Jasmin Hall in a position where she wields the most influence among a handful of African Americans serving in California water industry leadership roles. Late last year, Hall’s colleagues elected her the first African American president of the Inland Empire Utilities Agency (IEUA). ... read more »
Narbonne Football Player Invited to All-American Bowl in Texas
November 21, 2019
That day has arrived. Green-Warren, a senior from Nathaniel Narbonne High School in Harbor City, formally announced this week that he was chosen for the All-Star game, played in San Antonio. He will be the sole representative from the California Interscholastic Federation’s Los Angeles City Section, containing more than 150 high schools that ranks as one of the state’s five largest groups of athletic teams. ... read more »
Wendy’s Window: “Hail to the Chief!”
August 16, 2018
The dynamics and demographics of Upland (like most small towns) has changed quite a bit since its founding.  It started primarily as a majority all White community.  Over time different cultures began to migrate to the area for different reasons and today, according to the census, it has close to a population of 78,000 people. ... read more »

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