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Four WCCUSD educators earn Ed Fund Teaching Excellence Awards

Four WCCUSD educators earn Ed Fund Teaching Excellence Awards

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The West Contra Costa Public Education Fund (Ed Fund) recently surprised four educators with 2024 Teaching Excellence Awards. The winning teachers are Isabel Gil-Garcia, 12th grade Government, 11th-12th grade Gender and Women’s Studies at Richmond...
Career instructor teaches powerful life lessons that go beyond the books

Career instructor teaches powerful life lessons that go beyond the books

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By Kathy Chouteau Jay Lloyd, who originally hails from the Motor City, has Chevron Richmond’s Regional Occupational Program (ROP) firing on all cylinders since taking over as its instructor in August 2021. The program provides local...
Contra Costa College student earns spot in NASA simulation

Contra Costa College student earns spot in NASA simulation

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By Kathy Chouteau Many college students will head out for a night on the town with their friends tonight, but Richmond resident and Contra Costa College student Maria Suwabe has other plans. Suwabe has been...
East Brother Beer launches weekly music series

It will be beers and cheers at fundraiser for Richmond Promise

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By Kathy Chouteau Later this month, a golden opportunity will be afoot to drink beer in support of a good local cause. The Richmond Promise, which helps Richmond youth earn postsecondary degrees and certificates, will host...
Dr. Kimberly Rogers takes helm as Contra Costa College president

Dr. Kimberly Rogers takes helm as Contra Costa College president

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By Kathy Chouteau Dr. Kimberly Rogers has been selected as the 15th president of Contra Costa College (CCC) by the Contra Costa Community College District (4CD). A vote to ratify her contact will occur at...
‘Food & Wine Festival’ fundraiser to feed CCC’s Culinary Arts Academy

‘Food & Wine Festival’ fundraiser to feed CCC’s Culinary Arts Academy

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By Kathy Chouteau Great food will be served up for a good cause when Contra Costa College’s Culinary Arts Academy hosts its “Food & Wine Festival” Sun., April 23 from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The...
Ed Fund invites community to 40th anniversary celebration

Ed Fund invites community to 40th anniversary celebration

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The West Contra Costa Public Education Fund (Ed Fund), which raises funds and partners with local organizations to ensure local students succeed in college, career, and life, is inviting the community to join its...
West Contra Costa Education Fair offers local families a world of resources

Upcoming WCC Education Fair to be held at Pinole Valley High

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By Lexi Lopez Crothers The West Contra Costa Education Fair is back, and this year promises to be a celebration of education, community, and the unsung heroes who make it all possible. Mark your calendars...
49ers Foundation seeks nominations for 2023 Teachers of the Game

49ers Foundation seeks nominations for 2023 Teachers of the Game

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The 49ers Foundation is accepting nominations for the 2023 Teachers of the Game program presented by Chevron. Winning educators receive two tickets and a parking pass to a home game next season, along with on-field...
Children invited to read to a dog at Richmond Public Library

Kids invited to read to a dog at Richmond library

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Maurice and Clyde will be all ears when children read to them at Richmond Public Library on Tuesday, Nov. 14, and Tuesday, Dec. 12. Both upcoming events will take place from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30...

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RichmondBUILD set to graduate 54th cohort

RichmondBUILD set to graduate 54th cohort

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By Mike Kinney RichmondBUILD is set to graduate Cohort 54 at the job training center's headquarters on July 26. The ceremony will run from 10 a.m....
Vegan Market readies to pop-up at Exit Now

Vegan Market readies to pop-up at Exit Now

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By Kathy Chouteau The name of the game will be food, music and fun, when the “Vegan Pop-Up Market at Exit Now” returns Sun., July...

Richmond karaoke club proposal faces uphill battle

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The Richmond Police Department isn't singing the praises of a proposal to locate a karoke club in the Southwest Annex neighborhood. Applicant Tommy Cheng is...