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Photographer David R. Dickinson was out in Mill Creek to shoot the moon on Feb. 2, and noticed a jet on a flight path from the west that had the possibility of crossing near the moon "With high hopes I focused on the moon and waited a few seconds and snapped one photo just as the jet came in…

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Between Jan. 21, 2023, and Jan. 27, investigators with the Sheriff’s Gangs/Narcotics Division, Specialized Enforcement Division, and multiple patrol stations, along with personnel from California Highway Patrol, San Bernardino County Probation, and Department of Homeland Security Investigati…

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Yucaipa Assistant City Engineer Landon Kern presented to the city council the latest completed Wilson III Basin Project at the Jan. 9 meeting. The request was for acceptance of contract work associated with payment for completed work of the Wilson III Basin, Phase 1B Improvements Project, by…

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Local well-known Yucaipa resident, Monique Parmalee, 43, tragically died in a bicycle-involved traffic collision on Jan. 25, at 1:45 p.m. at Wildwood Canyon Road and Canyon Drive in Yucaipa.

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On Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2023, at approximately 1:45 p.m., Yucaipa Station deputies were dispatched to a traffic collision near the intersection of Wildwood Canyon Road and Canyon Drive, in Yucaipa. Multiple reporting parties relayed that the collision occurred between a motorcyclist and a bicyclist.

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The Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District Board of Education held a special meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 24, to participate in a facilitated workshop with the goal of collaboratively setting a vision and building a strategic focus for the school district. Board President Mike Snellings,…

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On Monday, Nov. 28, 2022, Angel Chavez, 28, and another male Armando Steven Coria, 29, (who was identified later) shattered the patio door window at the Corky’s restaurant in Yucaipa. According to a press release by San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department, the subjects entered the busines…

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Social media was abuzz with speculation on Saturday, Jan. 7, as yellow crime scene tape surrounded the Yucaipa Police Department and Yucaipa City Hall. According to a press release from San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department, at approximately 10:24 a.m., deputies from the Yucaipa Sheriff…

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I applaud the Yucaipa City Council’s recent efforts to confront the scourge of fentanyl in our community and take a tougher stance on fentanyl-related crime. As our community’s representative in Congress, I take this issue very seriously. That is why I have cosponsored and fought for the pas…

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What is an everyday hometown hero? It could be your neighbor, someone at work, someone you know well, someone who has done something heroic for you or a family member or someone you have observed doing something you think is heroic. It is someone who makes a difference in the community.

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Yucaipa resident John Manzano captured this stunning shot of Yucaipa valley looking towards the mountains on Jan. 11, 2023.

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Third District Supervisor Dawn Rowe today was unanimously chosen by her fellow supervisors to serve as chair of the Board of Supervisors for the next two years, succeeding Fourth District Supervisor Curt Hagman.

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t the Dec. 12 Yucaipa City Council meeting, city council supported Sen. Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh’s bill along with signed letters to Congressman Jay Obernolte and Gov. Gavin Newsom in requesting action to permanently schedule fentanyl as a Schedule 1 drug and work with the California State Legis…

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With a commitment to keeping the community safe, the Yucaipa Police Department wants to remind the public of the dangers of driving impaired and celebrate the holiday season responsibly by not driving under the influence.

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Not all heroes wear capes. Some carry pickleball racquets and spread enthusiasm wherever they go. Yucaipa resident Diane Smith is an outstanding public servant, who dedicated many years to beautify the city of Yucaipa. She can be seen most days playing pickleball, a sport that she brought to…

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Not many people live to be 100, let alone 105. Family matriarch Theresa Adaline Swan (Colby) Law accomplished that milestone and lived a long and fruitful life. She died at home with family on Dec. 14, 2022, just one day after her 105th birthday.

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December 28 has been declared National Chocolate Day! This is the day that offers an opportunity for us to polish off the last of the specialty candies we received as gifts or purchased for the holidays.

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Joshua Tree, California – In good conservation news for the California desert, the Mojave Desert Land Trust (MDLT) permanently protected an additional 6,901 acres of the region in 2022. MDLT’s significant land protections of the year included 232 acres in Death Valley National Park, a 640-ac…

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Adam Wise, 9, of Yucaipa wanted to enter a drawing of a "Choo-choo Train" for Christmas. The young artist asked his mother, Amber, to send it to the paper. Here is his holiday masterpiece. 

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Christmas Eve is viewed differently by different people, even those who live under the same Santa-ready roof. Adults may see Christmas Eve as crunch time when they must prepare food for the next day or set up presents for their children to open in the morning. Children, on the other hand, ar…

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Business activity in the Inland Empire has continued to rise, and despite the turbulence in today’s macroeconomy, is forecast to continue its upward climb in the near-term future.

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Metrolink passenger rail service will offer customers a $10 Holiday Pass for Christmas and New Year’s Day celebration travel. On both Monday, Dec. 26, and Monday, Jan. 2, riders can use the $10 Holiday Pass to take unlimited trips anywhere Metrolink travels for the entire day on which the pa…

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Do you know of someone in Yucaipa who needs assistance with children’s gifts this holiday season? Each year, Yucaipa Valley Fire and Rescue Association, along with the help of Lenore Will and Brenda Martinez, holds a Toys for Yucaipa event. Will spearheaded the event over 40 years ago. Toget…

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 Crafton Hills College (CHC) is thrilled to announce the approval of a new Bachelor of Science degree in Respiratory Care, continuing the college’s legacy of proactively meeting the workforce readiness needs for the Inland Empire and beyond.

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On Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2022, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Yucaipa Police held an outreach operation to provide resources to unhoused individuals. Yucaipa Police was assisted by Yucaipa Code Enforcement, Yucaipa Park Rangers, Sheriff’s Community Service & Reentry Division, Homeless Outreach Proac…

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In anticipation of the busiest travel week of the year, Metrolink, Southern California’s regional passenger rail service is offering a $10 Holiday Pass this Thanksgiving to help travelers avoid freeway gridlock and save money.

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Thanksgiving is a joyful time for families to gather around the dinner table to celebrate and give thanks. It’s also a likely time of year to send children and adults to the emergency room with food poisoning. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, every year 1 in 6 Ame…

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On Aug. 26, the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department - Marijuana Enforcement Team (MET) concluded its final week of Operation Hammer Strike. Since then, MET investigators, reinforced with newly funded MET positions from the County Board of Supervisors, have continued to combat illegal …

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The Boy Scouts of America invite you and your neighbors to support your local food pantries on Saturday, Nov. 12, this fall. Smiling Scouts will greet you while you shop at local grocery stores in the Inland Empire communities from Grand Terrace and Loma Linda to Banning Pass along the I-10 …

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Rain is forecasted for today in Yucaipa and Calimesa. The city of Yucaipa reminds folks that there are free self-fill sandbags located at all fire stations in the city of Yucaipa.

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Looking for a way to honor veterans and the country? The annual Yucaipa-Calimesa Veteran’s Day ceremony will be held Nov. 11, at 11 a.m. at Yucaipa Community Park. This theme this year is “Honor,” which is also the VA’s national theme. The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs explains the the…

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