- Generation GO! Project Underway as High School Seniors Begin County-Planned Internships
- Community Calendar: February 18
- Rep. Paul Cook Issues Statement on Averting Another Partial Government Shutdown
- Yucaipa City Council to Consider Ordinance for Collecting Single-Family Waste and Recycling Fees
- Yucaipa Kindness Month Continues for the Entire Month of February
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In-N-Out Burger now open in Yucaipa!
The much anticipated In-N-Out Burger in Yucaipa opens today! But, if the buzz about town is any indicator there will be happy faces waiting in long lines for the much acclaimed “double-double,” shakes made with real ice...
- Posted November 17, 2016
Yucaipa motorcyclist dies from injuries sustained in Tuesday afternoon collision in Yucaipa
A 26-year-old Yucaipa man sustained significant injuries in a motorcycle accident on Tuesday afternoon and succumbed to his injuries shortly thereafter at Redlands Community Hospital. The accident is still under investigation and the name of the deceased...
- Posted November 17, 2016
Yucaipa parents should prepare now for California’s new car seat safety law for ages two and under
Effective Jan. 1, 2017 California’s new child car seat safety law goes into effect. AB 53 will require children, up to two years of age, to remain in rear-facing car seats. Currently, children are required to ride...
- Posted November 12, 2016
UPDATE: Arson Suspected as Cause Behind Bogart Wildfire
A vegetation fire, dubbed the Bogart Wildfire, was first reported at about 12:45 p.m. yesterday in the vicinity of Winesap Avenue and International Park Road in Cherry Valley. By Tuesday evening the fire was reported to be...
- Posted August 31, 2016
Yucaipa Outreach Program hosts “For the Love of Yucaipa” Run/Walk
Family Service Association of Redlands will be hosting a Run/Walk event on Saturday, August 20 to benefit the Yucaipa Outreach Project (YOP). You’re invited to join in the fun either as a runner, walker or on the...
- Posted August 18, 2016
Local, on-demand moving service, EZER, at the ready to help evacuees of the Blue Cut Fire
Do you have family or friends on the possible evacuation list for the Blue Cut Fire? Do they need an extra set of hands and a vehicle with a driver to help them evacuate their heirlooms, documents,...
- Posted August 17, 2016
Hunting, Education and Recreational Development Act co-sponsored by Rep. Paul Cook
Earlier this week, state Rep. Paul Cook (R-Apple Valley) announced that he has signed on as a co-sponsoring H.R. 5836, the Hunting, Education and Recreational Development (HEARD) Act. This will provide for the disposal of unused public...
- Posted July 29, 2016
Yucaipa deputies arrest five in providing alcohol to minors
Deputies from the Yucaipa Police Department, in conjunction with the Alcohol Beverage Control (ABC), conducted a Minor Decoy/Shoulder Tap Operation on Monday, July 18 within the city. A Minor Decoy/Shoulder Tap Operation refers to an enforcement operation...
- Posted July 21, 2016
Rent control a disaster everywhere it has been tried
The idea of rent control is simple and very appealing to renters. Your rent can never go up as long as you stay in the same rental property. But, this government price control program actually hurts the...
- Posted July 20, 2016
Council Adopts Ordinance for Removal of Chicken Manure
The Yucaipa City Council voted unanimously Monday night to adopt Ordinance 347 which requires the cleanup and offsite removal of chicken manure no more than 72 hours after the dropping of that manure. During public comment residents...
- Posted July 13, 2016