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All posts tagged "opinion"
Riley’s Farm Schools Another District
By Lou Desmond As has been stated in these pages in earlier pieces Riley’s Farm is one of the treasures of our local area and a key economic engine for Oak Glen. One of the unique features...
- Posted February 18, 2019
Fall is my favorite time of the year
Fall is my favorite time of the year…well that and the holiday season. The air turns cooler. The football season opens. The leaves turn and thankfully the kids go back to school. In our region, because we...
- Posted September 15, 2018
Yucaipa Daily News endorses Duncan, Fawke, Allen-Hoyt for city council
After a careful review of the issues facing the city of Yucaipa and reviewing the backgrounds and strengths of the six candidates for city council, the Yucaipa Daily News is endorsing current Councilmember Bobby Duncan, Judge Robert...
- Posted November 7, 2016
Letters to the Editor
There’s no doubt about it – I’m voting for Judge Robert Fawke for Yucaipa City Council, District 5! He clearly understands the issues that need to be addressed, especially the issue with building toll lanes on the...
- Posted November 5, 2016
EDITORIAL: Presenting fair and balanced news during an election
It has been brought to our attention that the Yucaipa News Mirror is presenting a rather one-sided approach to their coverage of the candidates for Yucaipa City Council’s District 5. This is disconcerting and merits journalistic exposure....
- Posted November 3, 2016
Time to Stop the Madness
On a recent morning a friend of this publication awoke to find their car had been stolen from the driveway in front of their house in Yucaipa. One of the editorial writers recently had their car broken...
- Posted September 20, 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
Local Control of Ontario Airport Huge for IE
This week Los Angeles and Ontario came to an agreement to transfer the Ontario Airport back to local control. The airport, which is controlled by Los Angeles World Airports, is essential to the Inland Empire’s recovering economy....
- Posted August 9, 2015
Drones: A New Public Safety Threat
The California drought has brought dry conditions that have primed hillsides and canyons for a brutal fire season. But perhaps the biggest threat this year isn’t from the dry brush on the ground – it’s the drones...
- Posted July 26, 2015
City Made Right Call on CA Vaccine Bill
On Monday the city council received a report form city staff regarding three bills moving through the state legislature. The package of bills would require parents to vaccinate their children in order to be enrolled in public...
- Posted June 28, 2015