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Dangerous Amounts of Snow in San Bernardino Mountains Affecting Crestline Residents

Olivia Voelkel, President, Editor in Chief March 9, 2023

  The winter storms that have passed through much of Southern California have largely affected San Bernardino County, particularly the mountain area of Crestline. Located in the San Bernardino...

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Retired Art Professor Returns to College for Exhibition

Daniel Cabrales, Writer, Photographer, Videographer, Social Media Manager March 7, 2023

After decades of inspiring students at Mt. San Jacinto College, retired art professor John Seed has returned to campus to showcase his own artwork. Seed's exhibition, titled " Paintings Then and Now,"...

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San Jacinto Neighborhood Forced To Evacuate Due To Pool Chemical Leakage

Derrick Spearman, Writer November 4, 2022

At around 8 am on Saturday October 29th, residents in a San Jacinto neighborhood were awakened by a helicopter telling people in the area that there was a hazmat situation in the area. The situation was...

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New Cookie Place Near Menifee Campus

Marley Mittleman, Writer March 25, 2022

Crumbl Cookies has officially opened in Menifee. The gourmet cookie store is the fastest growing of its kind in the nation and has been creating buzz among all cookie lovers since its start in 2017. The...

Bringing the ice to the deserts of Palm Springs

May 3, 2020

By Marc-Anthony Rosas  Photo provided by American Hockey League 2020 may not have been the year everyone was hoping for so far, but there are a quite a few things everyone can look forward...

Local journalism thrives at Menifee 24/7

May 3, 2020

By The Talon Staff   Photo provided by Menifee 24/7 Doug Spoon (left) interviewing City Council member Lesa Sobek (right). Photo provided by Doug Spoon. The Talon is thankful to have...

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