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Takano praises MoVal homeless programs

Rep. Mark Takano, D-Riverside, met with Moreno Valley Mayor Yxstian Gutierrez and a Salvation Army official about possibly expanding the city’s homeless services program. Takano heard a presentation from Salvation Army Capt. David Cain about the city’s Homeless to Work program, which allows homeless people to work part-time beautifying Moreno Valley, according to a statement on the city’s website.
MORENO VALLEY, CA
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Yucaipa still opposes marijuana

Yucaipa has opposed medical marijuana and dispensaries within city limits since it became legal in the state. On Sept. 12, City Manager Ray Casey informed the Yucaipa City Councilmembers of Senate Bill 1186, the Medicinal Cannabis Patients’ Right of Access Act. Council opposed the senate bill, primarily due to it being a way the state of California is trying to remove local control from cities. The letter of opposition for the bill passed unanimously with Mayor Pro Tem Justin Beaver absent.
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Warriors dominate San Bernardino in one-sided football game

With five minutes and 38 seconds to go in the third quarter, a one-sided game favoring the El Camino Warriors was halted by an injury timeout. A San Bernardino Valley Wolverine player was carried off the field due to an undisclosed injury. The Warriors held tight to a double-digit lead and would finish 52-18 over the Wolverines.
SAN BERNARDINO, CA
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Train testing will be reduced to 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. starting Monday

Simulated service of the testing of the Arrow train on the 9-mile track between Redlands and San Bernardino will be reduced to 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. starting on Monday, Sept. 26. The non-passenger testing will continue from 4:40 a.m. to 10:45 p.m. this weekend, said San Benardino County Transportation Authority. During this time, one diesel multiple units will stop at each station every hour.
REDLANDS, CA

San Bernardino community gathers to remember beloved store clerk slain while on the job

Dozens of San Bernardino community members gathered to pay their respects to a San Bernardino liquor store clerk who was fatally shot while on the job earlier this week.Nader Alkouli, 46, was a staple at P&J Liquor, where neighbors can shop for all of their grocery needs, for more than 10 years. In that time, he befriended a number of customers who came to see him as more than an acquaintance. "It's like losing a neighbor, really," said a woman named Donna, among the many gathered in front of the store Friday evening. "Always asking about my son, even if he wasn't...
SAN BERNARDINO, CA
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3 juveniles arrested for alleged armed robbery in San Jacinto

Three juvenile boys have been arrested for allegedly robbing a person at gunpoint and stealing their jewelry. It happened Friday evening around 7 p.m. at a home on the 600 block of Poo’ish Drive in San Jacinto. According to the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department, the three suspects were seen walking away from the scene of […]
SAN JACINTO, CA
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Yucaipa declares emergency after woman is found dead

In a special meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 20, the Yucaipa City Council approved an emergency disaster proclamation due to the storm last week. City Manager Ray Casey said public works, in partnership with police, fire and county, cleared mudflow areas along Oak Glen Road and into Oak Glen. “It certainly...
YUCAIPA, CA
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Felon Arrested After Allegedly Loitering Next to Banning Police Department

A felon was arrested after he was allegedly found carrying a loaded firearm in public and possessing ammunition and drug paraphernalia, authorities said Saturday. Police officers conducted a check on the man on Sept. 13 around 6 p.m. when he was allegedly loitering next to the Banning Police Department, police said.
BANNING, CA
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Kudos to Council-members

This North Bench home owner would like to send a big thank you to Yucaipa City Councilmembers Greg Bogh and Jon Thorp for having the good sense not to be blinded by grape vines. It has been made very clear at the planning commission meeting and the city council meeting that the underlying current of any new housing development in the North Bench is the “reward” of grapevines.
YUCAIPA, CA
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Oktoberfest celebrated at Noble Creek Park

From Sept. 16 through Sept. 18, the 32nd annual King Ludwig Oktoberfest was held at Noble Creek Park in Beaumont. The three-day event was filled with royal competitions, Bavarian music and great family fun. During the opening ceremony, King Ludwig stood in front of the Bavarian Brass Band, as traditional...
BEAUMONT, CA
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