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Eastvale: What It Means To Be A Police Officer

By LEAFF (Law Enforcement and Fire Fighters)

            Eastvale – Have you ever heard the saying, “If you want to be loved, be a firefighter; and if you want to be hated, be a cop?”  It seems that in today’s world and with recent cases in the news – including the brutal execution of two New York Police Officers – this has never been more true. 272 more words

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CNUSD Boundary Updates

Staff Reports

Eastvale — With the 2015-2016 school year opening of Ronald Reagan Elementary School set to happen in July 2015, some school boundaries within Eastvale have changed. 362 more words

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Culture Night At ERHS

By Emily Aguilar

Eastvale – Because of its diverse alumni, Eleanor Roosevelt High School ensures that each student is given the opportunity to embrace not only the cultures of others, but that of their own as well. 390 more words

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Let It Go

By Pastor Mark Lee

Unless you have been living under a rock for the past 12 months, chances are you are aware of the pop culture phenomenon known as Frozen. 275 more words

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Eastvale’s Search For A City Manager

By Jennifer Jester-Madrigal

Eastvale - The City of Eastvale is looking to find a City Manager. According to the City’s website, “The new City Manager will be a dedicated public servant who supports and implements the policies of the City Council, understands and supports Eastvale’s community values and will maintain the City’s high quality of life while proactively and effectively spearheading economic development.” 608 more words

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Eastvale Boys In Supercross Challenge

By Kimberly Lessing

Eastvale - Two local Eastvale boys will compete in the KTM Junior Supercross Challenge at Anaheim Stadium this month.

Mikey Wayne, a 2nd Grade student at Clara Barton Elementary, will represent Eastvale and race the KTM Junior Challenge on Jan. 409 more words

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Eastvale: Rocks and Rubies

By Jennifer Jester-Madrigal

The following incidents are shared by members of our community, and are anonymous acknowledgments to the great (and not so great) things that happen around town. 171 more words

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