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Happy Sunday. Here are some stories from our newest issue that you might have missed


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Gallery - RCC dominates Chaffey, looks to playoffs

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Drought results in water scarcity in California

The Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC) estimates that 2,700 wells will go dry in the Sacramento and San Joaquin valleys this year. It is not a question of if, but when Southern California will face a similar fate.

California as a whole is experiencing drought conditions, according to the U.S. Drought Monitor, a map released every Thursday by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

In a report published in September, NOAA concluded the drought in California will continue to worsen and threaten the public health and safety of residents and affect the economy and environment of the entire state.



OPINION: Traditional marriage is overrated

Do you ever reconnect with an old friend who got married straight out of high school and is now going through a divorce, and thought to yourself, “I’m so happy that isn’t me?”

Common belief used to be that once you graduated high school, you found a decent job, got hitched, bought a house and had the perfect nuclear family.

This was considered to be the “American Dream” that was inundated by our society and parents to pressure an untimely marriage.


6×6 Theater 06: “Eternals,” “The French Dispatch,” and “Last Night in Soho”
After a week off, Tim and Will are back with another batch of movies. This week they talk about Wes Anderson’s journalism anthology as well as Edgar Wright’s horror movie that centers around a murder that took place in the middle of the 1960’s club scene.Later, Tim is joined by Assistant News Editor Andrea Mendez to talk about the 26th installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe: “Eternals”
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Rerun Shuffle 11: ‘The X-Files’ 1×14 – “Gender Bender”
Leo and Tim revisit a beloved sci-fi classic in this week’s Rerun Shuffle. The “Gender Bender” episode is remembered fondly by some, but what if it was looked at a little more critically? In this episode, our co-hosts discuss how “The X-Files” handles gender, insulated religious communities and transgender communities.
Content/Trigger warning: Mentions of sex, sexual assault, rape, coercion, transphobia
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