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After three days of mandatory evacuation from a firestorm, Santiago Canyon College will resume normal operations Thursday, Oct. 12, after the campus w ...
Firefighters on Tuesday are continuing to contain a firestorm that torched Orange County Monday, forcing the evacuation of homes and schools, includin ...
A canyon fire, swept up by the Santa Ana winds, scorched the Anaheim Hills today, threatening thousands of home and forcing the evacuation of local sc ...
 Luces Vivas! Lights Alive! a community-based program operated by Santa Ana Active Streets, travels throughout Santa Ana providing classes, free light ...
The Remington Education Center offers classes to continuing-education students. / Dianna Mendoza / el Don The newly opened Remington Education Cent ...
The California Community College Board of Governors will request for Congress to provide immediate and permanent legal protections for more than 10,00 ...
Would you pay for a Netflix account and not use it? Every semester, students are charged a health fee for a service many do not use. ...
A pipe burst on the second floor of the Johnson Center Monday afternoon, Sept. 11, leading to a student evacuation and a classroom closure. ...
Four new printers were installed in Nealley library over the summer. / Jordy Espinoza / el Don Santa Ana College installed four new printers and im ...
Marching along the streets of downtown Santa Ana Tuesday, Luis Ramirez would not back down. With a megaphone clutched in his right hand and an army be ...
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