Kristina Hernandez, Redlands Daily Facts

Kristina Hernandez

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Past articles by Kristina:

Crafton Hills College picks up new tool to help students succeed beyond K-12

Advancement Via Individual Determination, or AVID, is moving beyond K-12 and into colleges as part of its mission to help students achieve. → Read More

For 25 years, Chocolate Fantasy has supported the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Redlands-Riverside

The nonprofit’s signature fundraising event is Saturday, Feb. 9 → Read More

Longtime resident and local historian Nelda Stuck named grand marshal of Redlands Christmas Parade

Former Redlands Daily Facts journalist and supporter of the Museum of Redlands is honored by the recognition. → Read More

For 10 years, this nonprofit in Redlands has worked to help fill the closets of students in need

For Pat Williams, founder of Angels’ Closet Charities in Redlands, her work is about more than providing clothing to students in need – it’s about making connections. → Read More

Congregation Emanu El welcomes new rabbi, first woman to lead the Redlands synagogue

Rabbi Lindy Reznick will lead her first service at 7 p.m. Friday, July 6, at the temple, 1495 Ford St. The community is invited to attend. → Read More

Here’s what you’ll see on stage at the 95th Redlands Bowl Summer Music Festival

The 95th season of the Redlands Bowl Summer Music Festival begins June 22. → Read More

There’s a room at the University of Redlands where students can search for serenity

The Meditation Room is open for private practice, academic courses, and free, non-academic community classes. → Read More

There’s a room at the University of Redlands where students can search for serenity – Press Enterprise

The Meditation Room is open for private practice, academic courses, and free, non-academic community classes. → Read More

Meet the newest Hero of the Arts, longtime Redlands Bowl supporter Clara Mae Clem

Clara Mae Clem, 90, will be recognized as a champion of the Bowl’s mission to make the arts accessible to all. → Read More

Harlem Globetrotters bring smiles to Loma Linda children’s hospital patients – San Bernardino Sun

Two members of the legendary team made stops in San Bernardino and Fontana as part of its Smile Patrol outreach project. → Read More

Second baby eagle has hatched near Big Bear Lake

The second baby eagle started to break through its shell Monday morning. → Read More

Baby eagle hatches in San Bernardino Mountains

Officials with the Forest Service announced a female bald eagle – known to locals as “Jackie” – laid two eggs near the lake in early January. → Read More

Redlands begins annual Lincoln celebration with pilgrimage, Lincoln Shrine open house

After the annual parade, visitors to the Lincoln Memorial Shrine checked out new exhibits. → Read More

How Crafton Hills College students can earn a bachelor’s degree without leaving campus

The memorandum of understanding was signed Tuesday afternoon on the Crafton Hills campus in Yuciapa. → Read More

Redlands memorial announced to remember beloved Grove School teacher

Gudgeon was killed Jan. 25 when the motocycle he was operating collided with a Toyota Corolla near The Grove School and Montessori in Redlands. → Read More

Chaffey High School takes first place in San Bernardino County Academic Decathlon

Chaffey, Rancho Cucamonga and Redlands high schools move on to state. → Read More

Bald Eagle Cam: 2 baby eagles to arrive soon in San Bernardino Mountains

A female bald eagle laid two eggs in the Big Bear Lake area in early January. → Read More

Crafton Hills students meet one of the last surviving Tuskegee Airmen, Robert J. Friend

Friend’s appearance at Crafton Hills College is part of Black History Month activities happening on campus all month long. → Read More

New ‘Rochford Scholars’ program puts students on path to $30k scholarship with University of Redlands

Making college more accessible for Redlands Unified students from underrepresented backgrounds is part of a new program backed by Tim and Carol Rochford. The area philanthropists collaborated with … → Read More

How art is being used in Redlands to start conversations about health and wellness

The mural is currently on display on Redlands High School. → Read More