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Just off Interstate 10, in the foothills of the San Bernardino Mountains, lies the city of Yucaipa where its history is embraced and the present generation is setting the stage for a vibrant, progressive future. Uptown Yucaipa is developing quickly into a vibrant hub for entertainment, eater…

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Yucaipa Animal Placement Society hit the jackpot Saturday night with its ninth annual Bets For Pets fundraiser at Fascination Ranch in Calimesa.

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In a Sandalwood Fire press conference held Friday, Oct., 11 at 11 a.m. in Beaumont, the unified command agencies of Sandalwood Fire conducted an update to the fire. Captain Fernando Herrera concluded, "things are looking fairly good" for fire containment.

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Hero: A person who is admired or idealized for courage, outstanding achievements, or noble qualities. Yucaipa Councilman Dick Riddell encompasses all of these qualities. He was honored at city hall on Oct. 7, for finally getting his WWII medals, 73 years after he left the service. Congressma…

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Macy McKibban shot a 46 and Kathryn Blair a 48 to help the Yucaipa High School golf team stay undefeated after a rare 254-254 deadlock with Redlands East Valley. The crucial Citrus Belt League match was played at the Yucaipa Valley Country Club. Both schools have 6-0-1 records in CBL play. Y…

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With winds whipping through the area, a fire erupted in Calimesa, near Mesa View Middle School Thursday, Oct. 10 at around 3 p.m. Multiple mobilehomes are engulfed in flames. More information to follow, as it becomes available. Live video on the Yucaipa-Calimesa Newsmirror Facebook page. Lat…

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The city of Calimesa in honor of “Clean Air Day,” made the most of the day by taking the opportunity to plant a tree in front of city hall. “Clean Air Day” is to encourage individuals, government agencies, businesses, and non-profit organizations to do their part to improve air quality and p…

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As you may have noticed, Yucaipa’s Historic Uptown banner flags are missing. Rest assured, there is a plan to replace them. Director of Community Development Paul Toomey introduced an agenda item to city council on Sept. 23.

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Wearing bow ties, colorful vests and tweed and leather jackets, about 100 motorcycle enthusiasts made a loud and colorful picture as they took off Sunday morning in support of the Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride, a worldwide fundraiser for prostate cancer and men’s mental illness for the Move…

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On Sept. 28, deputies attempted to serve a felony arrest warrant for Stephen Mize, 32, at a residence in the 12800 block of Sixth Street. When deputies approached the residence, they found Jimmy McVay, 47, hiding in a vehicle in the driveway. They detained him without incident and located a …

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San Bernardino County Third District Supervisor Dawn Rowe announced today that she will seek re-election to her seat on the Board of Supervisors in the March 3, 2020 Primary Election. Rowe’s sprawling district encompasses the cities of Barstow, Big Bear Lake, Colton, Grand Terrace, Highland,…

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There will be eight additional parking spaces in Historic Uptown Yucaipa. The city of Yucaipa is constructing a new public parking lot with ADA parking and alley improvements within the public right of way and on city owned property, located on the east side of California Street, between Yuc…

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SUMMARY: On Sept. 18, Larissa Castro, 21, Trenton Clark, 21, Amanda Matney, 20, and a 16-year-old juvenile all residents of Yucaipa, drove to the victim’s residence for the purpose of assaulting the victim. Once at the residence, the juvenile suspect and Castro, who were known to the victim,…

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While it will be a couple of years before improvements to the Cherry Valley Boulevard interchange on Interstate 10 begin, the city of Calimesa is seeking residents’ input on options for that interchange.

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Losing a child is a devastating blow that can plunge a parent into unbearable grief. Tony Diaz, the founder of “Parents at a Loss,” knows this level of pain well. During a routine visit to the emergency room, he was faced with a situation that no parent wants to face.

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The city of Yucaipa took another step forward in its quest to become a wine destination area. Yucaipa City Councilmembers and city staff attended a special study session and traveled to Temecula on Sept. 12, to visit several wineries and meet with expert viticulturists and tourism experts. B…

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The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) is rehabilitating the pavement of the westbound Interstate 10 (I-10) at Live Oak Canyon and at County Line Road in Yucaipa. See below for specific information.

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Yucaipa Elks delivered 32 “comfort bears” to local fire stations for them to give to children in emergency or domestic violent situations. The hand-crafted bears are made by Lodge Loyal Knight Lorene Munoz. To date, she has made over 2,000 bears, which are donated or sold to Elks and their f…

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If you happen to drive along Calimesa Boulevard in a couple of weeks and see 100 or so people dressed in their Sunday best on classic motorcycles, you don’t need to go get your eyes checked. Chances are they are all part of the Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride, a fundraiser for prostate cancer…

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A student at California State University, San Bernardino (CSUSB) has been diagnosed with active tuberculosis (TB). The student is receiving treatment and will return to school upon clearance from the San Bernardino County Department of Public Health (DPH).

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Are you looking for a place to take your dog for a little relief from the September heat? Then grab your four-legged friend, and head to the Yucaipa Regional Park. San Bernardino County Regional Parks in association with Baseline Animal Hospital is hosting the popular event, Doggie Poolooza,…

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On Friday, Sept. 6, the Past Pleasures Car Club held its annual Veterans Appreciation Night, saluting all veteran participants and visitors. The evening began with the Pledge of Allegiance lead by City Councilman and Veteran Dick Riddell. Veterans were present from all five military branches…