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Cal State To Teach Serrano Language

The ancient Native American language of Serrano, which was dying out as fewer and fewer native speakers remained, has been given a lifeline through the work of tribal people and Cal State San Bernardino.

Morongo Charity Golf Tournament Surpasses One Million Dollar Mark

Hundreds of golfers took the fairways as part of the 17th Annual Morongo Charity Golf Tournament which raised $60,000 for several non-profit groups, including a program that will provide new backpacks, school supplies and shoes to as many as 500 low-income children in the San Gorgonio Pass.
 

Bill Seeks to Raise Funds for Native American Veteran's Memorial

A bronze eagle – wings spread and talons outstretched — is frozen in swoop on the granite pillar Angelo Schunke walks past, heading to point out his name engraved in gold.

Agave Roast and A Little Mesquite Makes for Cultural Conversation

After 30 to 40 hours of smoldering in hot coals, bundles of roasted agave was rolled out and sliced up for visitors to sample at the Malki Museum last weekend.

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