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"Our reporting on San Bernardino showed how a community can come together in the face of adversity, find strength in each other and work together to solve problems," Maharaj said. "We hope to honor the victims and the community as a whole by helping to create more opportunities to spark dialogue, tackle tough questions and tell the stories of San Bernardino."
The Times' HS Insider team will partner with Cajon High School's journalism program to sponsor 14 students for a fall journalism conference, and one for a paid summer internship, and will introduce a "My San Bernardino" feature. In addition, a grant from The Times will fund a dedicated editor and reporter at CSUSB's Coyote Chronicle to launch a community news section. Cajon High School's student journalists also will have the opportunity to receive mentoring from the Chronicle staff and pitch stories for the college newspaper.