- 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
All posts tagged "politics"
Rep. Paul Cook Issues Statement on Averting Another Partial Government Shutdown
Yucaipa’s U.S. Congressman Paul Cook (R-8th District-Apple Valley) has issued a statement on the recent federal deal to preclude a second partial government shutdown by President Donald Trump over the contentious potential funding for his campaign-promised border...
- Posted February 17, 2019
US Senate Passes Natural Resources Management Act; Parts Authored by Rep. Paul Cook
On Tuesday, the US Senate overwhelmingly passed S. 47, the Natural Resources Management Act with a vote of 92-8. Authored by Senator Lisa Murkowski many portions of the bill were originally authored by Rep. Paul Cook...
- Posted February 13, 2019
Rep. Paul Cook Named Republican Leader on Subcommittee for United States Indigenous Peoples
Rep. Paul Cook (R-8th District-Apple Valley), who has been a member of the House Natural Resources Subcommittee for Indigenous Peoples of the United States since 2013, was recently named as the Republican Leader for the Committee. Subcommittee...
- Posted February 3, 2019
Assemblyman Chad Mayes’ Staff to Hold Mobile Hours in Yucaipa on February 6
Assemblyman Chad Mayes’ (R-42nd District-Rancho Mirage) district staff will hold mobile district office hours at the Mousley Museum of Yucaipa History at 35308 Panorama Drive in Yucaipa on Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2019. “Although our main district office...
- Posted January 30, 2019
Sen. Morrell’s Staff to Hold Monthly Mobile Office Hours in Yucaipa to Assist Residents
State Senator Mike Morrell’s (R-23rd District-Rancho Cucamonga) district staff will be holding mobile office hours in Yucaipa the third Tuesday morning of every month. The next regularly scheduled visit to Yucaipa will be Tuesday, February 19. Sen....
- Posted January 27, 2019
Senator Mike Morrell Challenges Gov. Newsom’s Claim to be ‘prudent with taxpayer dollars ‘
Yucaipa’s State Senator Mike Morrell (R-23rd District-Rancho Cucamonga) lashed out at Gov. Gavin Newsom’s proposed 2019-20 state budget on Thursday issuing a statement saying, “The governor pledged in his inaugural address that his administration would be ‘prudent...
- Posted January 13, 2019
Senator Morrell Shares Information on How to Apply for the Capital Fellows Program
Senator Mike Morrell’s (R-23rd District-Rancho Cucamonga) December 2018 Morrell Monthly (newsletter) highlights information on the Capital Fellows Program, the success of the college graduates in the program that have served in the 23rd Senate District as well...
- Posted December 26, 2018
San Bernardino County Seeks Applications for Third District Supervisors Seat
The normally five-member San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors are looking for applicants to fill the soon-to-be-vacated Third District supervisor’s seat pending the final outcome of the voter count from the Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018 election. Current...
- Posted November 18, 2018
Rep. Cook Joins in National Recognition of Employers Who Hire Veterans
In February 2017, Yucaipa’s U. S. Congressman Paul Cook (R-8th District-Apple Valley) saw his legislation — HR 244, the HIRE Vets Act of 2017 — overwhelmingly pass the House of Representatives vote with bipartisan support. On Thursday,...
- Posted November 10, 2018
Voters send incumbents back to work
Results from Tuesday’s election probably weren’t that surprising to many people. Voters decided the status quo was good enough for races that impact the city of Yucaipa. In the 8th Congressional District, Marine Colonel (retired) Congressman Paul...
- Posted November 8, 2018