- OmniTrans provides extensive transportation options in and around Yucaipa
- Senator Morrell to cohost annual Ark of Safety Forum on emergency preparedness
- Community Calendar: July 16
- Yucaipa Animal Placement Society recognizes Monica Harris as Volunteer of the Year
- Registration now open for Yucaipa’s 2018/2019 S.T.A.R.S. Program
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Yucaipa Branch Library to Launch Summer Reading Program
Are you and your kids ready to “Set Sail for Adventure?” The Yucaipa Branch Library has announced their plans for this year’s Summer Reading Program and have planned numerous adventure activities for children to encourage them to...
- Posted June 6, 2018
Deputies arrest transient in late night assault
On Sunday, June 3rd, around 10 p.m. a male suspect, Eric Sicard approached two people as they were exiting their vehicle at the Jack in the Box in the 34500 block of Yucaipa Blvd. The female victim...
- Posted June 5, 2018
Community Calendar: June 4
June 4, 1:30 p.m. SPECIAL Youth Advisory Committee There will be a Special Youth Advisory Committee meeting at Yucaipa City Hall. June 5, 6:00 p.m. Trails and Open Space There will be a Trails and Open Space...
- Posted June 4, 2018
Are You Ready for Summer? The City of Yucaipa’s 7th Street Pool is now Open
School is out and the days are getting longer — and warmer. And the city of Yucaipa has the answer for anyone for complaining of boredom or the hot weather. The city’s 7th Street Pool opened last...
- Posted June 3, 2018
December 2 Memorial Committee Invites Artists to Submit Ideas for Memorial Project
In order to honor and recognize those killed, wounded or otherwise impacted by the December 2, 2015 terrorist attack in San Bernardino, the December 2 Memorial Committee has issued an invitational call for artists, designers and architects...
- Posted June 2, 2018
Crafton Hills College graduates it 46th class
Commencement ceremonies held last Saturday at Crafton Hills College (CHC) marks the 46th graduating class for Yucaipa’s community college. The college’s newest graduating class is composed of 700 students who earned 574 associates degrees and 342 certificates....
- Posted June 1, 2018
Council votes on Vons gas station project
By Jim Steinberg YUCAIPA>>Vons will build a six-pump gas station and convenience mart next year across from its Yucaipa grocery store, officials said Wednesday. The $3.5 million project was approved following a 3-2 vote Tuesday night at...
- Posted May 31, 2018
“Prohibition, Angels in the Dark” opens Saturday, June 2 at Riley’s Farm
Whether you agreed with Congress or not, in 1920 America went “dry.” The passing of the Eighteenth Amendment made it illegal to purchase, sell, transport, and consume any form of alcoholic beverages. Introduced by the Anti-Saloon League...
- Posted May 30, 2018
Join in the Fun for Public Works Day at the San Bernardino County Museum
What do exploring a storm drain robot, learning how to keep storm drains clean and spending time with a San Bernardino County (SBC) surveyor have in common? They will all be part of the SBC Public Works...
- Posted May 29, 2018
Rep. Cook Votes to Improve and Expand Healthcare for Veterans
Rep. Paul Cook (R-8th District-Apple Valley) recently voted to support a bi-partisan bill, S. 2372, the VA Mission Act, to provide major reforms to the Veterans’ Administration (VA). Rep. Cook summed up the legislation saying, “Too often...
- Posted May 27, 2018