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Maya Angelou. File photo/Wikimedia.
Brainwashed_In_Church May 29, 2014 at 06:08 pm
Computers and virtual machines can write poetry (and play chess) better than humans can anyway.Read More Poets are obsolete.
Jim B. May 29, 2014 at 06:10 pm
Andy, you are a troll and an ahole.
SA May 30, 2014 at 12:20 pm
Power to the People! @ Jim you should get a handle on your anger issues.
ATC May 2, 2014 at 06:52 am
Life is indeed fragile. It's a gift, one that should be savored and enjoyed, lived to it's fullest,Read More every single minute of every single day. None of us know when our time here will end; the only thing we are guaranteed is right here, right now, so grab hold of that and enjoy this moment. And tell those that you care about that you love them today, not tomorrow. God speed, Shaun.
KELLY D. DIVINE May 3, 2014 at 11:40 pm
RIP SHAUN JARVIS. I WILL SAY A HUGE PRAYER FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY.
Michael May 9, 2014 at 06:08 pm
Our thoughts and prayers are with the Jarvis family. Our hearts hurt with just the thought of such aRead More great loss.
The scene of the deadly crash on Brookside and Nancy, around 3 p.m. Feb. 28, 2014. Banning Beaumont Patch Photo by: Renee Schiavone
Kristy March 1, 2014 at 10:02 pm
I really do love our town. Thank you everyone for coming together to support them. That's what aRead More small town is about.
kim murphy March 1, 2014 at 11:01 pm
It was not only our town I am sure people from every where donated!!
Kristy March 2, 2014 at 07:02 pm
I know. Thank you.....
haden ward February 27, 2014 at 07:50 am
A murder victim who suffered traumatic injuries??????????? really???!!!
1kraziendn4life February 27, 2014 at 04:57 pm
What the hell happened that was so TRAUMATIC!?
Jeremiah February 23, 2014 at 09:15 am
Concerning the person using Alek J. Hidell as an alias to post rude and thoughtless comments aboutRead More other people's misfortunes - **** http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2559860/Online-trolls-really-ARE-horrible-people-researchers-Narcissistic-Machiavellian-psychopathic-sadistic.html **** Jeremiah
tony giron February 23, 2014 at 12:12 pm
My heart gose out to the victim and also to those who happen to be there. My perys to all of you.Read More May god bless u all just like I say im so sorry for the victim family for tjere lost.
Jean February 24, 2014 at 07:33 am
The second time in the last three month!
Toby Ruiz February 22, 2014 at 02:01 pm
MAN... THIS FAMILY IS WAY TO SENSITIVE. .. DAVE DID EVEN SAY ANYTHING HORRIBLE... THERE ISRead More DEFINITELY A DISCONNECT WITH THE FAMILY!!! A bipolar person is very disconnected. . Duh!!!! so you should get off this post and go grieve with your family then sitting here writing stupid posts.
toni marie calderon February 28, 2014 at 07:06 pm
Dillon Leroy Fleming Dillon was born in Banning California in December of 1991 to his motherRead More Margaret J. Waite . And father Guy Fleming. Dillon has lived on the Morongo Indian Reservation all of his life. As a child he was always getting in to mischief someway or another. He like to ride bikes and skateboards. No matter what he was doing or where he was he had to look good . Dillon like to play video games and hang out with his buddies. His passion was music. He loved to listen to a variety of different music. Dancing was something else he enjoyed very too. He had many friends that loved him dearly. He was loved by every one . He was a respect young man who was always willing to help a person in need, even if meant taking the shirt off his own back or food out of his own mouth he would. He had a big heart and left this world way to soon. Dillon spent alot of his free time with his niece Krista Calderon. They would spend hours watching cartoons together and drawing pictures. He made an everlasting impression in peoples lives. Dillon will remain in the hearts of everyone who loved him. His living siblings are sister Toni Marie Calderon, brother Bobby Lee Newland, and youngest sister Shylo Mydnyght Waite Smith. They all loved him deeply and miss him dearly. His three favorite cousins to hangout with were James Leimas, Clairissa Leimas, and Danell Siva. Cruising around on the quads and hacky sag were their favorite things to do. Services were held for him on February 22, 2014 at the Sylvan Park in Banning California. Family and friends gathered to say farewell and celebrate the honor of known such a wonderful young man. May he Rest in Peace. Forever loved and never forgotten. The cause of his death are still unknown. Dillon's cremation was handled by Wiefels and Son Mortuary Cremation Services in Banning. We'd like to say thank you to everyone that helped with Dillon's services and supported our family in this time of need and grievance. Thank you to all and God bless each and everyone of you. 💙WE LOVE AND MISS YOU DILLON 💙 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Clay Everett Walrath July 10, 2014 at 11:51 pm
I miss you little homie. Rest in peace
Bonnie Scott with a swim class for kids she taught. Steve Scott kneeling in the center.
beaumontdave November 19, 2013 at 12:22 am
Thanks for telling your story. At 55 my mind swirls with memories of that time, reading your story.Read More Being sent home, watching my mother cry while she made lunch, and waking up to go and sit with my folks, watching that slow service and march to a grave on a small b+w tv. For a 5yo, it was a sad, confusing moment in time, even without the compounding tragedy of your little brother. The memories are still vivid when so many others have faded in time.
Sarah B December 8, 2013 at 08:20 pm
leaves a dull ache no one ever understands and yet somehow you learn to live with it. very nice ofRead More you to share.
rubberband December 9, 2013 at 09:41 am
This is one of the best pieces I have ever read about loss, the grieving process and recovery andRead More memories. Thank you for sharing this...wonderfully and honestly written.
Banning councilman John Machisic, left, with council members Debbie Franklin, Don Robinson, Barb Hanna and Bob Botts, October 2011. Banning-Beaumont Patch photo by Guy McCarthy.
rubberband November 14, 2013 at 08:28 am
Hey Jeremiah.....I can give it a shot.....The internet came with so much rush and instantRead More availability to "speak one's mind" usually without any real fear of personal accountability/shame that we (humans) didn't really have firm guidelines or rules about politeness/appropriateness...In short, many people don't understand that the internet does have a culture, and there are a few things one might want to keep in mind: Nothing "disappears" form the internet.....People CAN find out who your are IRL......your words do have weight and purpose and can hurt, truly hurt others....Here's a great guideline for n00bs: If you wouldn't say it to someone's face in conversation, or if it would be really hurtful/unfair to have it done or said to you or yours, DON'T WRITE IT. It's also a good idea to apologize when wrong. So, to John Machisic's surviving people: Please ignore the insensitive/inappropriate comments here and sorry for your loss.
rubberband November 14, 2013 at 08:31 am
Hey Jeremiah.....I can give it a shot.....The internet came with so much rush and instantRead More availability to "speak one's mind" usually without any real fear of personal accountability/shame that we (humans) didn't really have firm guidelines or rules about politeness/appropriateness...In short, many people don't understand that the internet does have a culture, and there are a few things one might want to keep in mind: Nothing "disappears" from the internet.....With enough digging, people CAN find out who you are IRL......your words do have weight and can hurt, truly hurt others....Here's a great guideline for n00bs: If youaren't brave enough to say it to someone's face in conversation, or if it would be really hurtful/unfair to have it done or said to you or yours, DON'T WRITE IT. It's also a good idea to apologize when wrong. This is an obituary notice...So, to John Machisic's surviving people: Please ignore the insensitive/inappropriate comments here and sorry for your loss.
beaumontdave November 14, 2013 at 03:14 pm
A good analogy RB, much like otherwise decent, mannered people can get behind the wheel and turnRead More into total, thoughtless jerks. The disconnect of being inside a vehicle causes some to lose the constraints they would have on foot or face to face. RIP Mr. Machisic.
Family photo of 'Cowboy Jimmie' James Bingle
cindy royal November 7, 2013 at 09:34 pm
truly missed. Loved seeing him at stater bros.and hearing him play. Gave me a post card and signedRead More it.
Ken November 8, 2013 at 04:54 pm
Used to see him once in awhile at the Swap meet. "...and never was heard, a discouragingRead More word.." Rest in Peace
jacinda smith November 11, 2013 at 02:56 am
Jimmie, as he was known was a man my son and i would see through out our town and a couple of otherRead More towns around us. He would stand out side the food stores and play his guitar and sing. He never asked for anything just seemed content to be able to play his guitar and sing for people. The first time my son and I saw him he captured our heart's. I had my son get my spare change out of my car to give to Jimmie, I thought my boy would come back with a handful of change but ended up bringing the whole bucket of change lol which was fine,. in return Jimmie gave him a post card with this picture on it and it read "The Cabazon Cowboy" . Many times we worried about Jimmie mostly in the extreme cold or heat. We would fetch him dinner and or coffee he was always very grateful and sweet. I often thought of bringing him home with us and offering him protection and shelter, but then i would say to myself " a cowboy would never humble himself to that ", so we always just made sure Jimmie had plenty of warmth in the winter and extra ice in his drinks in the summer. He was a truly unique man and we will miss him and his smiling face. Rest in peace our lovely friend ..<3
Submitted photo of former Morongo Tribal Council chair Adelaide Presley
DEAN SWATKOWSKI November 7, 2013 at 03:42 pm
All of US at Banning Glass, Mirror & Screen are SORRY to hear about the loss of your Mother. MayRead More your fond memories keep you peaceful during this heart-breaking time. Sincerely, Lynndsy and Dean
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John W. LaCroix lived in Beaumont for more than four decades.  Courtesy Photo.
Jan Turner July 30, 2013 at 02:59 pm
I am so sorry to hear about the passing of Mr Lacroix..I lived next door to him for 5 years.. HimRead More and his wife Aereille were sweet knid people.....I will miss seeing him...we all love you. Jan
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