Regarding restaurant discounts at 55, seniors weigh in

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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
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What more did I need, really? During Rancho Cucamonga public comment, tedium has no prayer A People’s Map focuses on ‘average people’s stories’ in San Gabriel Valley After 81 years in Upland, Mitchell’s Plumbing pulls the plug Everyday activities ...

Riverside congressman’s bill to help offshore Vietnam veterans is signed by Trump

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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
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Rancho Cucamonga man serving with the 1st Cavalry Division Defense presents its case in court-martial of decorated Navy SEAL Edward Gallagher, charged with multiple war crimes in Iraq Defense attorney in war crimes court-martial of Navy SEAL Edward ...

Grand jury tells Upland it’s time to get serious about a plan to fund pensions

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The San Bernardino Sun
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Parks, schools and child services all targeted by San Bernardino County Grand Jury Dogs in Rancho Cucamonga, others in Inland Empire, get breaks in new state budget Rancho Cucamonga puts several areas off-limits on July 4th, due to wildfire danger 253 new ...

Investigator: Riverside’s internal auditor had conflict of interest when he audited his life partner

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The Press-Enterprise
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Parks, schools and child services all targeted by San Bernardino County Grand Jury Dogs in Rancho Cucamonga, others in Inland Empire, get breaks in new state budget Riverside passes budget without cuts but eyes ‘insolvency’ in 2023 Hundreds of city ...

San Bernardino County jail inmates say sadistic ex-deputy staged fights

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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
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Like many rookie deputies fresh out of the San Bernardino County sheriff’s training academy, 22-year-old Luke Van Ginkel began his law enforcement career at the West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga. But unlike most deputies, Van Ginkel had a ...

Dogs in Rancho Cucamonga, others in Inland Empire, get breaks in new state budget

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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
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Dog owners and animal advocates in Rancho Cucamonga soon will get a new 4.4-acre dog park, a benefit of the new state budget. The $215 billion spending plan signed this week by Gov. Gavin Newsom includes, among other things, $3 million for a new animal ...

Rosilicie Ochoa Bough, real estate agent and former teacher, joins race for 23rd Senate District

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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
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The seat will be open in 2020 after Sen. Mike Morrell, R-Rancho Cucamonga, terms out. Bogh said her campaign will be about “unifying people to regain the hope of the American Dream for our families.” “That dream has drawn people from across the world ...

135 new homes coming to Rancho Cucamonga with starting prices under $400,000

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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
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Rancho Cucamonga is getting 135 new homes priced to start under $400,000. Aliso Viejo-based New Home Co. is building three-story townhomes and single-stacked flats at The Resort, a 160-acre community by Lewis Community Developers near the Metrolink station.

During Rancho Cucamonga public comment, tedium has no prayer

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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
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At last week’s Rancho Cucamonga City Council meeting, a woman got up during the public comment period and led a prayer, as she usually does. She was followed by an angry atheist who denounced religion, as he usually does. The atheist also complained to ...


Rancho Cucamonga man serving with the 1st Cavalry Division

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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
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U.S. Army Pvt. Hayden Beaver recently completed a four-month job training program at Fort Sam Houston in Texas to become a combat medic specialist. The program trains enlisted Army personnel in basic life support, basic emergency medical technician skills ...