BANNING: Indian sovereignty talk, Pass Chorale centennial concert
After you have recovered from Breezin' through Beaumont 5K this morning, and watched Banning High's solar boat team in Yucaipa, head over this evening Richard Hanks, author of "This War is for a Whole Life: The Culture of Resistance among Southern California Indians, 1850-1966." CONTRIBUTED IMAGE to the Dorothy Ramon Learning Center, 127 N. San ... (more)
Fri May 17, 2013
BANNING: Author addresses fight for Indian sovereignty
Richard Hanks, author of This War is for a Whole Life: The Culture of Resistance among Southern California Indians, 1850-1966." A lecture on the fight for Indian sovereignty in Southern California will feature speaker Richard A. Hanks at 7 p.m. Saturday May 18, at Dorothy Ramon Learning Center Gathering Hall in Banning.
KESQ-TV Palm Desert
High winds expected to continue into Saturday
Strong winds are expected to blow through the Coachella Valley and Riverside County mountains this afternoon through early Saturday, especially through and below the Banning Pass and along and north of Interstate 10.
Thu May 16, 2013
BANNING: Training for the Wild West bike ride
Bill Hobbs, on left, Jeanne Ruth, Peggy Wheeler and Don Stoner at the first of the Saturday training rides May 4, for the Wild West Bike Ride scheduled June 1 at Gilman Ranch.
Wed May 15, 2013
BANNING: City Council approves employee pension changes
The council on Tuesday, May 14, approved a series of resolutions related to compensation and benefits for employees not covered by agreements previously approved with five other bargaining groups.
BANNING: Hospital emergency, intensive care units open
Call it a soft opening. Without public fanfare, San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital opened its Emergency Department/Intensive Care Unit building at 6 a.m. Tuesday, May 14.
Tue May 14, 2013
BANNING: Pass Chorale to present Centennial Concert
Phineas Banning, the namesake of the city of Banning, will be recognized at the Pass Chorale's performance Sunday, May 19.
Mon May 13, 2013
BANNING: Council finishing retirement and pension adjustments
The Banning City Council will consider the last in a series of resolutions expected to save the city money overall by upping the retirement age and reducing pension benefits for new hires.
Hot Temps Expected in Banning, Beaumont Thru Tuesday; 99 Degrees Forecast
Banning and Beaumont residents can expect to need the A/C through at least Tuesday, as high temperatures are forecast in the area- with Beaumont expected to get up to 99 degrees Monday.
Sun May 12, 2013
Southwest Riverside News Network
Banning: Motorist suffers major injuries in three-car crash
One person suffered major injuries in a three-car collision on the 10 Freeway in Banning, a Riverside County Fire Department spokeswoman said today.
Sat May 11, 2013
My Mother Lode
Officials Should Be Able To Ban Pot Shops?
This week an informal myMotherLode.com poll question was related to a ruling by the California Supreme court which upheld the city of Riverside's right to ban "Pot Shops". The myMotherLode.com poll question was: Should City Officials Be Able to Ban Pot Shops? Two-thirds or 66% said Yes, thirty-two percent said No to banning them.
San Jacinto: Suspect arrested after carjacking, chase
A Banning resident was arrested after a carjacking and chase in San Jacinto on Friday night, May 10, according to the San Jacinto Police Department.
Fri May 10, 2013
San Jacinto Residents Allegedly Dealt Meth
Two men and a woman suspected in connection with an alleged drug-dealing operation at a San Jacinto home were all behind bars in Banning on Friday, officials said.
BANNING: Administrator promoted to superintendent post
Robert Guillen, right, at a Banning school board meeting last September. On a split vote, the board decided Thursday, May 9, to promote Guillen, the district's chief administrative officer, to the superintendent post as of June 1. The promotion came on a 3-2 vote on Thursday, May 9. Contract details will be decided at a June 6 board meeting.
More Details of High Desert Carjack-Murder, Chase, SB Shootout
Update 2:33 p.m. More details were released Friday of a carjacking attempt and fatal shooting in Yucca Valley, the ensuing Interstate 10 pursuit through Banning and Redlands, and the final gun battle in San Bernardino that left one suspect dead, a CHP officer and a second suspect wounded.
Hemet Triple-Stabbing Suspect Nabbed in L.A., Jailed in Banning
A man suspected of seeking out and stabbing three people in Hemet has been arrested and booked into the Banning jail, police said Friday.
Coming Soon! Banning-Beaumont Patch Gets a New Look
Hi, everyone! I have some exciting news to share about Patch - we're getting a whole new look! It's coming next week and it's going to make Banning-Beaumont Patch easier to use, and a better place to connect and share.
BANNING: Red lights and sirens, the chase is on
Thursday, May 9, was a red lights and sirens kind of day if you were on Interstate 10 in the Pass.
Thu May 09, 2013
New Regional Learning Center Named for Former Banning Superintendent
The new David L. Long Regional Learning Center in Murrieta was dedicated Wednesday by the Riverside County Board of Education.