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The Supreme Court of the United States, on Thursday, Jan. 13, ruled against the Biden administration’s vaccine-or-test mandate requiring that an estimated 84.2 million employees either receive a COVID-19 vaccine or submit to weekly testing in order to work. The ruling stated that the Occupat…

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On Tuesday, Jan. 11, Highland City Council decided to keep the city’s voting districts as they are after reviewing an analysis of the 2020 U.S. Census data that concluded that the city’s existing district map was balanced and in compliance with the California Voting Rights Act. The decision …

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Assemblyman James Ramos announced on Tuesday, Jan. 11, his re-election campaign in the newly drawn 45th Assembly District. Ramos, a Democrat, has represented the Inland Empire both as a County Supervisor (elected in 2012) and in the State Assembly since 2018.

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Highland City Council reorganized for 2022, voting on Tuesday, Dec. 14, to make Larry McCallon mayor, Penny Lilburn mayor pro tem and approve the first reading of a new ordinance to reduce the city council meeting schedule from twice a month to once a month.

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The Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, Dec. 7, approved a redistricting plan that would reunify one long-divided city, Fontana, as well as the San Bernardino mountain communities. Adoption of the new board district boundaries is scheduled for Dec. 14.

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SACRAMENTO— Preventing distribution of the lethal fentanyl opiate through social media platforms and increasing availability and public knowledge of medicines such as Narcan to treat emergency overdoses of the drug are the focus of new bills Assemblymember James Ramos (D-Highland) will intro…

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The San Bernardino City Council unanimously voted 7-0 on Wednesday night, Dec. 1, to censure Mayor John Valdivia for using city funds to pay for a mass mailing of postcards for a VIP reception after the State of the City address in June 2021 and for vague reimbursement charges for meals and …

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On Friday, Dec. 17, the Redlands Republican Women will be hosting a lunch meeting from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Redlands Country Club, 1749 Garden St. The featured speaker will be Kathy Brugger, past president of the National Federation of Republican Women. There will also be special C…

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The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors will conduct the 19th public meeting on the redrawing of the county’s five supervisorial districts on Tuesday, Dec. 7, in the board’s meeting chambers in San Bernardino.

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On Friday, Nov. 19, the Redlands Republican Women will be hosting a lunch meeting from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Redlands Country Club, 1749 Garden St. The featured speaker will be Rosilicie Ochoa-Bogh, California state senator.

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On Friday, Oct. 15, the Redlands Republican Women will be hosting a lunch meeting from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Redlands Country Club, 1749 Garden St., in Redlands. The featured speaker will be San Bernardino County District Attorney Jason Anderson.

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The city of Highland held the first of four public hearings relating to the redistricting of its five city council voting districts during its meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 24.

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On Tuesday, Aug. 10, the Highland City Council begrudgingly approved an ordinance designed to comply with new state housing bills that relax standards for accessory dwelling units (ADU) and greatly limit cities’ ability to regulate the construction of such units within their jurisdictions.

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The San Bernardino City Council is still gathering evidence on whether to censure San Bernardino Mayor John Valdivia, which could affect his appointments to the San Bernardino International Airport Authority and the Inland Valley Development Agency.

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Jerry Lewis, who represented the Highland area in Congress from 1979 to 2013, died Thursday, July 15, in his Redlands home. He was 86.

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On Tuesday, June 22, Highland City Council, in anticipation of the release of 2020 census data, instructed city staff to begin the process for reviewing and possibly redrawing city district boundaries according to possible changes in the city’s population and demographics. The census data is…

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On Tuesday, June 22, the Highland City Council approved a vinyl fence on a residential property within Highland’s Historic District, ruling in favor of the homeowner’s appeal of the Historic and Cultural Preservation Board’s partial denial of the fence’s certificate of appropriateness.

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San Bernardino County, along with the rest of the state, will fully reopen its economy on Tuesday, June 15, eliminating various restrictions and saying farewell to the color-coded county tier system the state has been living under for the past several months.

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U.S. Congressman Jay Obernolte (R-Hesperia) introduced legislation recently to establish career pathways in computer science within the federal government. H.R. 3533, the Federal Career Opportunities in Computer Science Work Act would improve national security and speed technological advance…

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Sen. Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh (R-Yucaipa) announced on Thursday, April 15, that the Senate Governance and Finance Committee unanimously approved her Senate Bill 276. SB 276 supports low-to-moderate income working families who qualify for the California Earned Income Tax Credit (CalEITC) by autho…

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With approval on Wednesday, April 14, by the Assembly Appropriations Committee, a measure to allow state and local court employees to receive a paid holiday in celebration of California Native American Day will go to the full Assembly.

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On Tuesday, April 13, Highland City Council returned to in-person meetings held in the City Hall council chamber with a meeting in which the council renewed the city’s contract with San Bernardino County for animal control services and made amendments to the final phase of the 5-year pavemen…

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U.S. Congressman Jay Obernolte (CA-08) is inviting high school students from California’s 8th District to participate in the 2021 Congressional Art Competition. Each spring, members of the U.S. House of Representatives host a nationwide high school art competition, offering a great opportuni…

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Senator Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh (R-Yucaipa) has introduced the First-Time Home Buyer Opportunity Act (Senate Bill 601) to incentivize homeowners to sell their homes to first-time buyers by increasing the capital gains exclusion on homes sold to first-time buyers.

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We are all united in the belief that Congress should respond quickly to the COVID-19 crisis and get our country back on its feet. Unfortunately, the $1.9 trillion spending bill passed by the House of Representatives in the early hours of Saturday morning will have the effect of hurting the v…

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Assembly Majority Leader Eloise Gómez Reyes (D-San Bernardino) introduced AB 438 on Tuesday, Feb. 9, which would extend existing employee rights and protections to school custodians, bus drivers and other classified employees. AB 438 would ensure classified employees receive the same layoff …

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On Friday, Feb. 5, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled against Gov. Gavin Newsom and lifted the state’s ban on indoor worship services during the coronavirus pandemic, ruling that the ban violates the U.S. Constitution’s First Amendment protection of the free exercise of religion.

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Assembly Majority Leader Eloise Gómez Reyes (D-San Bernardino) introduced AB 412, which establishes a new commission to oversee the status of human rights within the state of California. The California Commission on Human Rights would provide oversight and policy recommendations aimed to pro…

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Employees at the San Bernardino National Forest on Monday, Jan. 4, welcomed Ellen Shaw as the new acting forest supervisor. She is replacing Jody Noiron, who retired after nearly 38 years with the U.S. Forest Service.

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On Wednesday, Jan. 13, U.S. Rep. Pete Aguilar voted in support of the removal of President Donald Trump via the 25th Amendment or by impeachment for inciting a violent insurrection and attack on the U.S. Capitol to prevent Congress from affirming the votes of the Electoral College on Jan. 6.

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Supervisor Curt Hagman was unanimously re-elected by his Board of Supervisors colleagues to serve a second two-year term as board chairman. The board unanimously elected Supervisor Dawn Rowe to serve as vice chair. The appointments took effect immediately on Tuesday, Jan. 5.

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On Monday, Jan. 4, Primary Law Group, P.C., and co-counsel, Tyler & Bursch, LLP, filed a Complaint for Declaratory and Injunctive Relief in the U. S. District Court, Central District of California against multiple California state officials and 13 county registrar of voters, on behalf of…

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After swearing in council members Jesse Chavez, Penny Lilburn and Larry McCallon to new 4-year terms at the opening of the Dec. 8 city council meeting, the council appointed Lilburn as mayor for 2021 and past-mayor McCallon as mayor pro tem.

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Rep. Paul Cook (R-Apple Valley) announced on Monday, Dec. 7, that he resigned from Congress in order to take his seat on the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors. Following his resignation as the U.S. Representative for California’s 8th District, Cook was sworn in as the 1st District S…

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Former congressman and retired U.S. Marine Col. Paul Cook, Supervisor Dawn Rowe and Rialto councilman and former state assembly member Joe Baca Jr. took the oath of office on Monday afternoon, Dec. 7, for four-year terms on the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors.

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Rep. Paul Cook (R-Apple Valley) announced on Monday, Dec. 7, that he resigned from Congress in order to take his seat on the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors. Following his resignation as the U.S. Representative for California’s 8th District, Cook will be sworn in as the 1st Distri…