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Yucaipa has opposed medical marijuana and dispensaries within city limits since it became legal in the state. On Sept. 12, City Manager Ray Casey informed the Yucaipa City Councilmembers of Senate Bill 1186, the Medicinal Cannabis Patients’ Right of Access Act. Council opposed the senate bil…

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Detectives from the Yucaipa Station initiated an investigation of suspected continuous sexual abuse of a child after multiple victims reported sexual abuse in varying degrees. During the investigation, Yucaipa resident Joshua Bradley, 38, was identified as the suspect.

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The Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) wants to help you maintain your driving independence for as long as you can drive safely. The DMV offers resources to help you take care of your DMV tasks from the comfort of your home or at your local field office. California drivers, aged 70 years or …

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On Thursday, Sept. 15, 2022, after several days of methodical searching, the San Bernardino County Fire Department’s Urban Search and Rescue Team concluded their search for 62 year-old Doris Jagiello, Forest Falls resident.  The search teams located a deceased female buried under several fee…

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Labor Days are becoming synonymous with major fires in the San Bernardino National Forest. Two years ago, the devastating El Dorado Fire started on Labor Day. This Labor Day, Sept. 5, the Radford Fire ignited near Radford Road, Forest Road 2N06, at approximately 1:30 p.m.

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A Highland man who used his work history as a San Bernardino County sheriff's deputy to gain investors’ trust and later invest millions of dollars with him, only to use their money to fund his extravagant lifestyle, was sentenced today to 168 months in federal prison, according to the IRS.

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With the weather heating up, adults, especially seniors are urged to follow some hot weather tips to prevent heat-related illnesses this summer.

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Nothing sounds like summer more than classic surfing songs and Woodie and the Longboards brought that and more to last week’s Concerts on the Green at the Calimesa Event Center.

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The Yucaipa City Council presented a report about the partnership’s success at the Five Winds Festival that was available through FirstNet at the Aug. 8 meeting.

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On Monday, Calimesa found out who its new city councilmembers will be, and it didn’t have to wait until November and hold an election.

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Just in time for the new school year, the Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District is bringing back the “D” grade for secondary students.

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Congressman Jay Obernolte was in Yucaipa on Tuesday, Aug. 16, to celebrate the Yucaipa Wilson III Basin Project. Obernolte secured $1 million in federal funding to support the project that helps reduce peak flow rates in Wilson Creek and improve water quality. See next week’s News Mirror for…

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Thanks to a surplus in the state budget, school districts will see extra funds. That includes the Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District.

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On July 27, the Yucaipa Rotary Club met to celebrate Claire Teeters as its newest Honorary Member.

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When students go back to school next week many will have new start and end times.

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Breezin’ rolled right in and brought some R&B sound to last week’s Concerts on the Green at the Calimesa Event Center.

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Vickie Chaparro has been a fan of Arte Hernandez for years. That’s why when the Beaumont resident heard the saxophone and flute musician would be playing nearby at the Calimesa Concerts on the Green last week with his band the Jazz Junkies, she was excited and ready to go. “We’ve always foll…

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For the second time this season, air rescue crews recovered a deceased hiker in Forest Falls. On May 2, Robert Carey Jr., 33, of Calimesa died after falling 80 feet from a hiking trail near Big Falls.

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On Thursday, June 9, 2022, Yucaipa Police Department detectives started an investigation regarding several thefts at Yucaipa Public Works yard and Wildwood Calvary Chapel. During the investigation a new housing development on Rebecca Road had numerous appliances stolen. A suspect vehicle was…

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July 25, 2022 - at 2 p.m., an evacuation warning is in place due to the potential for mud and debris flow from an approaching storm that may affect the El Dorado burn scar area.

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The Yucaipa Valley Water District (YVWD) compiles an annual Water Quality Report each year for its customer and other stakeholders. This report details the quality of water that is being supplied to the community. The report outlines the quality of water provided using data from water qualit…

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On June 15, the Yucaipa Planning Commission reviewed a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) and Architectural Review for an approximately 363,000 square foot tilted concrete warehouse and office project located on 19.32 acres at the corner of Seventh Place and County Line Lane within the regional co…

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Yucaipa’s Concerts in the Park on Sunday, July 10, featured Four Lads from Liverpool, a Beatles tribute band. This four man group believes the Beatles changed the way music is heard and to ensure authenticity, the band spent a great deal of time researching the rich history of the group and …

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A high-speed pursuit led Yucaipa Police Department deputies on a wild ride, Saturday, July 9. According to YPD, at 6:28 p.m., a pursuit began after a female driver of a 2007 Toyota Camry ran a stoplight.

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The second of two pursuits in the city of Yucaipa occurred in the early morning hours of July 12. At approximately 3:24 a.m., Tuesday morning, Yucaipa Police Department deputies responded to a call about a suspicious vehicle parked in the front of a residence. According to YPD, deputies arri…

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On June 26, Yucaipa council unanimously voted to administer the terms of a funding agreement with Omnitrans in the amount of $360,246 for Measure I funds and to increase the city’s fiscal year 2022/2023 Senior Services expense budget not to exceed $236,198 for the continued project funding f…

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At approximately 10:30 a.m., July 7, a 10-year-old female was involved in an argument with a parent on Wildwood Canyon Road in Yucaipa.  The parent reported her missing. 

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 The California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) reminds licensees to serve alcohol responsibly this Fourth of July weekend by remembering to check identifications, not sell to obviously intoxicated patrons, and not over-serve customers. ABC also reminds the public to be respon…

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Extra funds will be used for safety and a couple of other items it was determined at a recent school district board meeting. Board members for the Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District unanimously adopted the 2022-23 budget and Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) and addendum a…

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At the urging of the Riverside County Transportation Commission, the Calimesa City Council agreed Monday night to send three letters of opposition to the state Legislature.

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A little stressed out? Consider a sound bath concert. Peg McKnight offers alternative ways to de-stress, such as singing bowl concerts, vibrational sound therapy massage and sound bath meditation classes in Yucaipa.

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Reaching the milestone of serving seniors in the in-home care business for 20 years, the local Comfort Keepers has come through the pandemic and continues with its main business model of serving others. Owner of Comfort Keepers Denise Hammond said what makes them successful is “Remembering s…

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At the regular Yucaipa City Council meeting on May 23, Burrtec Waste Industries Director Richard Nino was available to address the council regarding Yucaipa Disposal 2021 annual report, solid waste rate adjustment, annual single-family residential property tax roll billing for FY 2022-2023 a…

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