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(The Sun, April 15, 2013)
Jackie Robinson was honored throughout baseball Monday for his heroism during a very difficult period. Of all the athletes who have ever played, at any level in any discipline, Jackie Robinson holds the distinction of having changed the world, for the better.
The Robinson story is well known, and should be. A new generation of fans will be further exposed to those events of 1947 with the movie "42." Robinson's jersey number. The movie focuses on the story of Robinson and the Dodgers' Branch Rickey, credited with breaking the color line in major league baseball.
School Ranks Among Nation’s Top Schools for Support of Music Education
RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CA. (April 15, 2013) – Upland Christian Academy receives the SupportMusic Merit Award from the NAMM foundation for its outstanding commitment to music education. UC Academy joins 66 schools across the country to receive the prestigious award this year.
The SupportMusic Merit Award is awarded to individual schools that demonstrate outstanding achievement in efforts to provide music access and education to all students.
(Daily Bulletin, March 29, 2013)
Chino Valley Independent Fire District this week swore in Paul Segalla as the new chief.
He was hired after a nationwide search to replace Kirk Summers who retired as fire chief in October.
(Daily Bulletin, February 28, 2013)
Dozens of volunteers came together last week to help Pomona Valley Habitat for Humanity fix up a number of homes…
In addition to the Rx-360 volunteers, 105 Upland Christian Academy students came out to continue working on the Chino homes Feb. 20-21.
There are times when the final score to a football game isn't all that important. The score may determine who wins the game but it doesn't tell you which athlete tried the hardest or which player was a good sport. For some high school coaches, losing a game with heads held high is just as important as winning...