- Yucaipa Voters to Cast Ballots on Transactions and Use Tax Ordinance of 2020 on March 3
- A Holiday Gift Guide for Homeowners and Homebuyers
- “Take Me Out to the Ballgame…” – Signups Underway for Yucaipa’s 2020 Spring Little Leagues
- Yucaipa Performing Arts Center Presents Jarabe Mexicano on Friday, Dec. 13
- HO HO HO! Yucaipa’s 65th Annual Christmas Parade is Saturday, Dec. 14
All posts tagged "politics"
Yucaipa Voters to Cast Ballots on Transactions and Use Tax Ordinance of 2020 on March 3
Yucaipa’s registered voters will cast their ballots in the state’s primary election in March 2020. On the ballot will be a General Transactions and Use Tax that the Yucaipa City Council voted unanimously to place on the...
- Posted December 13, 2019
Rep. Paul Cook Joins the Congressional Venezuela Democracy Caucus to Aid the Venezuelan People
Yucaipa’s U.S. Congressional Representative Paul Cook recently announced that he has joined the Congressional Venezuela Democracy Caucus. The caucus was created to support freedom and the return of democracy to the Venezuelan people who have endured years...
- Posted November 25, 2019
Rep. Cook Cosponsors Bill to Aid Veterans Find Work as They Transition to Civilian Life
H.R. 4941, the bipartisan Veteran Employment Transition (VET) Act, authored by Rep. Andy Kim (D-3rd District-New Jersey) and cosponsored by Yucaipa’s U.S. Congressman Paul Cook (R-8th District-Apple Valley), will aid veterans as they transition to civilian life...
- Posted November 10, 2019
Rep. Paul Cook Cosponsoring the College Transparency Act to Aid Families in Well-Informed Choices
Yucaipa’s U.S. Congressman Paul Cook has announced his support for HR 1766, the College Transparency Act. Currently the federal government cannot collect and report accurate data on student outcomes at colleges and universities in the U.S. Lacking...
- Posted October 16, 2019
Congratulations San Bernardino County Registered Voters, Now at One Million-Plus
A milestone was achieved last week when 1,200 new San Bernardino County (SBC) residents registered to vote bring the county’s total number of registered voters in the nation’s largest geographic county past the one million mark for...
- Posted October 6, 2019
Supervisor Dawn Rowe Remains on the Job While Appointment Issues are Reviewed
Yucaipa’s San Bernardino County (SBC) Supervisor Dawn Rowe’s status as a member of the SBC Board of Supervisors, representing District 3, has not changed and the supervisor remains committed to hearing issues from her constituents and working...
- Posted September 24, 2019
Rep. Paul Cook Declares Bid for District 1 San Bernardino County Supervisor
After nearly seven years in the U.S Congress, representing the 8th Congressional District, Rep. Paul Cook (R-Apple Valley) has announced his campaign for San Bernardino County (SBC) Supervisor in District 1. The district has been represented most...
- Posted September 22, 2019
Sen. Morrell’s “Job Creator” Bill Passes Legislature, Forwarded to Governor for Signature
It’s well known that Californians have experienced several damaging and costly natural disasters in recent years. The 2017 Tubbs Fire, Southern California mudslides, and 2018 Camp Fire combined have claimed over 100 lives, destroyed more than 25,000...
- Posted September 15, 2019
Rep. Cook Praises Proposed Rule for Regulatory Relief for Non-Energy Solid Leasable Minerals
Yucaipa’s U.S. Congressman Paul Cook (R-8th District- Apple Valley) commended a proposed rule announced earlier this week by the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) to provide regulatory relief and efficiencies for non-energy solid leasable minerals, including soda...
- Posted September 3, 2019
Rep. Paul Cook Participates with Bipartisan Group to Handwash Vietnam Veterans Memorial
Americans owe a debt of gratitude – and respect – to all of our military veterans for their service. But Yucaipa’s Congressman Paul Cook, (R-8th District-Apple Valley) who is himself a veteran, took soap, rags, brooms and...
- Posted August 4, 2019