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According to a press release from San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department, on Aug. 12, 2020, at approximately 4:02 p.m., deputies from the Yucaipa Police Station were alerted to a stolen 2019 Hyundai Tucson in the area of Bryant Street and Oak Glen Road. The vehicle was found parked in a …

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Yucaipa will soon be getting a Chick-fil-A.  Local real estate owner Gudrun Strong has a rich history in Yucaipa. She owns the property on Avenue E and Dunlap Boulevard, along the I-10 freeway, where the  adobe house was recently demolished to make way for a new Chick-fil-A restaurant.

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The California Department of Motor Vehicles is now offering commercial driver’s license renewals online with the launch of the newest service on the DMV website. Eligible commercial drivers can now avoid a trip to a DMV office by renewing their license at dmv.ca.gov/online.

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The Apple Fire started late afternoon on Friday, July 31, on Oak Glen Road in Cherry Valley, but quickly spread to Oak Glen, Banning, and the local mountains, during sweltering triple digit temperatures.

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A first-place finish at the Amateur and Youth motocross regionals earlier this month seemed to be in the cards for Storme Hawks.

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 It's midsummer on the San Bernardino National Forest, and with temperatures rising, the vegetation drying and wildfires increasing in both frequency and size, fire managers are taking action to the threat by further restricting campfires, smoking and recreational shooting.

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It would have been hard to find anybody at the Yucaipa/Calimesa News Mirror back in the 1980s who was more fun to work with than Charleen Whittington Lenz.

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The Yucaipa City Council met on July 13, and an item on the consent agenda was recommended that city council adopt Resolution No. 2020-32, fixing the special tax for fiscal year 2020/2021 for the Yucaipa Paramedic Program.

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Angie Castaneda signed a letter of intent to attend University of the Cumberlands on an athletic scholarship. She will be the the first female wrestler from Yucaipa High School to compete at the collegiate level.

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A first-place finish at the Amateur and Youth motocross regionals earlier this month seemed to be in the cards for Storme Hawks.

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As Californians adjust to the health, economic and societal challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, the California Department of Motor Vehicles is adjusting along with them. In response to the pandemic, the DMV has accelerated implementation of technology and created new service chan…

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This month skywatchers and backyard enthusiasts were treated to a rare debut of Comet Neowise.

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Like the majority of students in California, those in the Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District will begin the new school year with distance learning, following Gov. Gavin Newsom’s announcement last week that districts in counties on the state’s monitoring list cannot open for in-pe…

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Yucaipa Valley Water District currently has multiple projects in progress throughout the community. The latest completed project is a replacement of a drinking water reservoir in Calimesa in the Oak Hills Estates residential area. YVWD worked with the Oak Hills Estates Home Owners Associatio…

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After careful consideration and out of concern for the health of College employees and the community, Crafton Hills College administration has reluctantly decided that the Crafton Hills College Child Development Center will not open in the fall. Under normal circumstances, the College’s Chil…

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Yucaipa has increased its response rate to the 2020 Census. This count affects the allocation of funding (e.g. roads, hospitals, schools), how we plan for the future and our voice in the government.

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The Yucaipa City Council met on June 8, for a special city council meeting and Deputy City Manager Jennifer Crawford recommended the FY (Fiscal Year) 2020/2021 Community Activity Grant (CAG) applications submitted by local applicants requesting financial and/or in-kind support to continue on…

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Local historian Shannon Wray gives readers a new chance to explore Mill Creek Canyon with her book, “Pioneers of Mill Creek Canyon,” which chronicles the lives and adventures of the people who helped establish the canyon’s historical significance within Southern California.

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The U.S. Forest Service and San Bernardino County Fire firefighters responded to a vegetation fire within the Vivian Creek Trail area in Forest Falls today, Monday, July 13. The flames broke out about 11:33 a.m.

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Foundation is a non-profit 501 c (3) organization serving low income seniors in the Inland Empire, Coachella Valley and surrounding areas. It has been around for over 13 years and Executive Director and Founder Catherine Serianni couldn’t be prouder.

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San Bernardino National Forest officials are seeking help from the public in identifying a person or persons of interest seen leaving the Mount R Fire’s point of origin along City Creek Road, locally referred to as 1N09 for the Forest Service road number (pronounced with the letter-O), as th…

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July’s magnificent full moon decorated the sky during the Fourth of July celebration across the country. The full moon started to rise after sunset on Saturday evening.  The spectacular full moon display also coincided with a penumbral lunar eclipse.

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On June 22, City Manager Ray Casey informed the city council that three entities would be open as a joint item regarding the city council, Successor Agency to the Yucaipa Redevelopment Agency and the Yucaipa Housing Authority for the fiscal year 2020-2021 budget and Capital Improvement Progr…

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Yucaipa Fire and Police Departments responded to Carriage Trade Mobile Home Park on California Street on July 2 for a reported traffic collision. According to Yucaipa Fire Department, Yucaipa paramedic engine 1 and 3 arrived to find that a vehicle had struck a mobilehome, knocking it off of …

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There was a reported high speed chase on County Line Road - allegedly headed eastbound then left on Third Street headed toward Yucaipa. According to initial reports by Yucaipa Police Department, Fontana Police started the pursuit and YPD assisted. There is a suspect in custody but no other i…

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Illegal fireworks lit the sky on July 4. Yucaipa Police Department reported over 100 calls for service for illegal fireworks on July 4 alone. It was a busy night for local law enforcement.

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San Bernardino National Forest officials are seeking help from the public in identifying a person or persons of interest seen leaving the Mount R Fire’s point of origin along City Creek Road, locally referred to as 1N09 for the Forest Service road number (pronounced with the letter-O), as th…

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