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Caiden Laur, 3, exclaimed, “I love that fire truck!” Laur was one of the hundreds of Yucaipa and community members who attended the “push in” ceremony Aug. 12, of a new brush engine for Fire Station 552 on Yucaipa Boulevard.

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Yucaipa Police personnel spotted a stolen vehicle near Oak Glen Road and Sunnyside today, Tuesday, Aug. 13, just after 3 p.m. Some of the suspects inside the vehicle attempted to flee. Although the incident occurred close to a school zone,  there was no threat to students or surrounding area…

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Numerous law enforcement agencies joined Yucaipa Police Department on Tuesday, Aug. 6 for National Night Out. The free event, held at Yucaipa Community Center, was a hopping public safety fair complete with demonstrations, food vendors and local service organizations.

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Did you know smart digging means calling 811 before each job? Whether you’re breaking ground on a new swimming pool, installing a sprinkler system, planting a tree and even erecting a new mailbox, the city of Yucaipa encourages you to contact Dig Alert, Southern California’s free and easy so…

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Yucaipa High School just installed new football turf and it’s impressive looking. According to YHS  Athletic Director Matt Carpenter, the old track was just over a decade old but it was time to get a new one.

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What’s old is new for the Calimesa Fire Department after the city council approved Monday night a couple of resolutions that allowed the city to purchase used vehicles for its fire staff.

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A 25-year-old Banning man was killed early Wednesday morning as the result of two collisions on Interstate 10 east of Oak Glen Road, the CHP reports.

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On Thursday, July 25, on a highly overcast morning in Calimesa, an assemblage of several dignitaries gathered to commemorate beginning construction of a brand new shopping center to be anchored by the latest Stater Bros. market. Very few rain drops did not discourage the excitement for this …

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Michael Snellings, a longtime Yucaipa resident with a career in education, was appointed a provisional trustee last week at a special board meeting for the Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District, taking the seat vacated with the recent passing of Jane Smith.

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On June 30, deputies responded to the report of a man with a gun at the Stater Bros. in the 34400 block of Yucaipa Boulevard. Upon arrival, deputies were advised by the victim that a black male and an accompanying female got into a verbal argument with the victim inside the Stater Brothers g…

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Redlands residents and officials from all levels of government last week celebrated the groundbreaking of the Redlands Passenger Rail Project, a $355.4 million undertaking.

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On July 21, at approximately 11:42 p.m., Deputy N. Silva was working proactive patrol in the Mentone. While patrolling the area of Opal Avenue and Nice Avenue, Silva noticed a gate to a storage yard had been cut open. The location was dark and there did not appear to be anyone around.

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On July 19, at 1:35 a.m., deputies from the Yucaipa Police Department were dispatched to a call of a man down in the roadway after being run over by a vehicle. Upon arrival, deputies located the victim, Donald Parkerson, 54, of Yucaipa, in the roadway suffering from major injuries. Witnesses…

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The Yucaipa Scherer Community Center was the place to be for a patriotic themed party on Thursday, July 11. The Celebrate America party featured live music by the band Endless Era. Guests were treated to a fried chicken dinner and a couple interactive raffles and games. Seniors in attendance…

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Community volunteers fired up the griddle and got things cooking Saturday morning at the fourth annual Community Pancake Breakfast at the Calimesa Senior Center.

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On Saturday, July 13, the city of Yucaipa took action to “Sound the Alarm” against home fires. Seven people die each day in home fires around the country, most in homes that lack working smoke alarms.

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The city of Yucaipa is hosting a mobilehome residents and park owners education conference on Wednesday, Aug. 28 from 9:30 a.m. to noon. The free conference will include information about the fee and tax waiver program and more. The conference will be held at the Yucaipa Community Center. Fo…

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On Wednesday, July 17, at 1:22 a.m., deputies from the Yucaipa Station received a call of a possible vehicle burglary in progress in the 12500 block of 16th Street. A deputy arrived in the area within about two minutes of receiving the call and located an associated vehicle described by the caller.

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For those with small dogs or sensitivity to noise, the illegal and ongoing fireworks in the city of Yucaipa have been excessive. Yucaipa resident Marion Lovelace attended the Yucaipa City Council meeting on Monday, July 8, to express her frustration.

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A 2019-20 budget with a beginning fund balance of slightly more than $10 million was approved last week by the Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District board of education.

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Yucaipa Performing Arts Center, previously described by Mayor Bobby Duncan as the “centerpiece” of Yucaipa, is experiencing a rapid growth spurt. The Wild Child concert on June 29 was a big hit, and there’s more where that came from. At the June 24 meeting, councilmembers discussed ambitious…

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Renato De Moraes, community education and outreach coordinator for the Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program, presented a workshop at Scherer Community Center on the afternoon of June 25 to warn seniors about Medicare fraud. Though just five seniors attended the workshop, De Morae…

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An off-trail area around one of Southern California’s tallest waterfalls will be closed to the public beginning on the 4th of July, San Bernardino National Forest officials announced today. Visitors will still be able to hike the Big Falls Trail to a waterfall overlook, but areas beyond the …

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If you drive throughout the city of Yucaipa, you will notice many city of Yucaipa Public Works projects that have been completed in the last 12 months. Projects that have improved traffic circulation, pedestrian safety and accessibility, flood protection, and groundwater recharge, as well as…

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After weeks of speculation, Republican Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh, a trustee with the Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District formally announced her candidacy for California Senate District 23 on Wednesday, June 26. State Senator Mike Morrell, a Republican from Rancho Cucamonga, was elected…