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Today in History March 27, 1964, A massive earthquake measuring 9.2 on the Richter scale, rocks the south of Alaska on Good Friday. The quake was centered 12 miles north of Prince William Sound and affected more than 300,000 square miles of U.S., Canada, and international territory. Fifteen …

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Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) today reminded customers to be on alert for potential scams targeting utility customers during the COVID-19 outbreak. One common scam involves telling customers they must pay their gas bill immediately or their natural gas service will be disconnected. …

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There is a shortage of available masks for healthcare workers due to the high demand during the COVID-19 outbreak. Many healthcare workers have to disinfect and reuse their masks multiple times because of the shortage. The reason for the shortage is because of a disrupted supply chain in Chi…

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Before the COVID-19 outbreak changed daily lives and canceled classes before Spring Break, the news at the regularly scheduled March 10 Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District board meeting was mixed.

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During a time where schools are closed and play dates are canceled because of social-distancing COVID-19 guidelines, there are some people who see it as an opportunity to spread joy to families with children stuck at home.

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The love of the outdoors coupled with adventure is the perfect blend for any photographer. Yucaipa’s photographer Rick Strobaugh is no exception. He frequently travels to national parks and other scenic areas throughout the western and northeast areas of the United States to capture incredib…

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County Public Health will conduct a drive-thru specimen collection for novel coronavirus (COVID-19) on Friday, March 27. The specimen collection for COVID-19 testing will be available for the public by appointment only. Appointment sign-up and details have become available on the COVID-19 we…

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On March 23, at the Yucaipa City Council meeting, Ray Casey, city manager, brought to the council a request to consider early annual support funding for the Chamber of Commerce on or before April 1.

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San Bernardino County Auditor-Controller/Treasurer/Tax Collector (ATC) Ensen Mason announced March 25, 2020, his full support for waiver of penalties on late property tax payments for most taxpayers in the county. Taxpayers qualifying for relief include homeowners who qualify for the Homeown…

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This day in History March 26, 1827, Famous German composer Ludwig Van Beethoven died in his apartment in the Schwarzspanierhaus, Vienna. Beethoven was a brilliant composer who continued composing some of the most famous music in history, even after losing his hearing in 1812. Beethoven never…

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Today in History March 25, 1776, George Washington is awarded The first Congressional Gold Medal. This award was authorized on March 25, 1776. Washington, then commander of the Continental Army, received the honor for his “wise and spirited conduct” in bringing about British evacuation of Bo…

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I first saw this on a social media page that connects me with my neighbors in my area. Great idea for the young and the old. It is called a “Bear Hunt.”

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The California Department of Public Health today, March 25, 2020,  announced the most recent statistics on COVID-19. California now has 2,535 confirmed cases. The increase in testing numbers reported today largely come from commercial, provider and academic labs that have increased testing c…

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In a press release dated March 25, 2020, the South Coast Air Quality Management District (South Coast AQMD) stated it understands many businesses and organizations are changing operations or repurposing efforts to aid in supply issues in response to COVID-19. In order to provide full support…

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San Bernardino County today reported its first death associated with novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Earlier today, the County reported 31 total cases. Seven additional cases have been confirmed since then, which brings the total case count to 38.

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Today, a deputy sheriff assigned to patrol tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. The deputy is resting at home at this time and is experiencing flu like symptoms. 

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On March 9 at the Yucaipa City Council meeting, City Engineer Fermin Preciado talked about a $2.5 million for the construction of the Upper Wildwood Creek Basin project through the Proposition 68 Urban Flood Protection Grant Program. The city would need to allocate $121,000 in matching funds…

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Yucaipa Police Department Police Chief James Williams and his staff were hard at work on Friday, March 20, packing and delivering food and stuffed animals to local families in need. See next week's News Mirror for the full uplifting story.

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Lt. James Porter has served Yucaipa for two short years and has left his mark on the community. His genuine caring nature and infectious smile instantly made him a local favorite but he is transferred to another town.

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Clarke's Nutrition and Natural Foods Market announces elderly shopping hour. Clarke's is located at 11235 Mountain View Ave, Loma Linda, CA.

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San Bernardino County today, March 15, recorded its first case of novel coronavirus. The case appeared in a Kaiser Fontana patient who returned from London, U.K., sometime last week. The test was administered by Quest Diagnostics on Thursday, March 12. The results were reported to the San Be…

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When Brian Woodyard and Gary Arnold held their first meeting of the Dragonfly Wind Flute Ensemble in October of 2009, they had a single student. Much has changed since then, and if the packed house on March 7, of potential new flute players at the Mousley Museum is an indication of how thing…

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The World Health Organization’s Declaration that the spread of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus, now referred to as COVID-19, has reached pandemic status, prompting federal, state and regional public health organizations to implement orders and guidelines to limit the spread of the disease.

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A special city council meeting was held on Feb. 26, at 3 p.m., to review the  mobilehome rent stabilization ordinance and resolution, which requires that the city carry out a biennial review of the ordinance during odd-numeric years. The last review was completed in 2017.