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 Press Enterprise


Editorial: Labor translates to better lives for most
Work, intellectual as well as physical, is necessary for human life. Labor Day for most Americans has evolved into just another excuse to have a three-day weekend, perhaps with a nod to the unofficial end of summer and a celebration of the first full...
1 Sep 2014 at 10:26am



Editorial: Making it easier to start a business in California
Today, one of the foremost political rules of thumb is not to take ?the latest study? too seriously. The social science industry churns out documents that can be used to justify ? or not ? almost any approach to public policy. Sometimes,...
1 Sep 2014 at 10:25am



JOHN PHILLIPS: Californians don't vote, and that's OK
To say that voter turnout in California is pitiful doesn?t do justice to the word ?pitiful.? Consider this: in the June primary, only 25 percent of Golden State voters turned out to cast a ballot, setting a new record low. To put this number in...
1 Sep 2014 at 10:23am
by By JOHN PHILLIPS



ADRIAN MOORE & LANCE CHRISTENSEN: State wants to borrow billions for short-te...
In a relatively rare moment of bipartisanship, the California Assembly recently voted 77-2 and the Senate voted 37-0 to put a $7.5 billion water bond bill on the November ballot. Unfortunately, the bipartisan measure is a triumph of short-term...
1 Sep 2014 at 10:21am
by By ADRIAN MOORE and LANCE CHRISTENSEN



WILDOMAR: 3 arrested on drug charges
A property dispute in Wildomar Friday led to the arrest of three people on drug-related charges. Riverside County sheriff's deputies were called to a home in the 336000 block of The Farm Road in Wildomar at 4 a.m. in response to reports of a verbal...
1 Sep 2014 at 10:11am
by DARRELL R. SANTSCHI



SAN BERNARDINO: Insomniac announces lineup for Escape All Hallows' Eve
Tiesto will appear at Insomniac's Escape All Hallows' Eve in San Bernardino. (2013/File Photo) While electronic dance music giant Insomniac has been primarily throwing its Inland massive festivals at San Manuel Amphitheater in Devore...
1 Sep 2014 at 12:00am
by BY VANESSA FRANKO



LABOR: Saying goodbye to long-term unemployment
Being without work is rarely welcome or easy, but for Inland residents who have had to cope with years of unemployment, it became a forced march through anxiety and sometimes depression as they struggled to pay bills and hang onto their homes. The...
31 Aug 2014 at 8:53pm
by BY DAVID DANELSKI AND MARK MUCKENFUSS



TROY SENIK: Ideological comformity: There's an app for that
Ask five experienced entrepreneurs what the secret is to devising a great business and you?ll likely get five variations on the same answer: Invent the product that you want but that the market hasn?t yet provided. If that was the motivation for...
30 Aug 2014 at 7:00pm
by By TROY SENIK



Editorial: City should focus on budget, not council raises
The Cathedral City Council recently voted to give the next council a 47.7 percent pay raise. While the raise itself sounds dramatic in percentage terms, it amounts to $377.71, giving council members elected in November $1,168 a month in compensation....
30 Aug 2014 at 5:00am



ERWIN CHEMERINSKY: Ferguson and the need for oversight of police
The events in Ferguson, Mo., are a powerful reminder of the need for strong civilian oversight and control of police departments. Too much is still unknown to come to any conclusions about the shooting of Michael Brown, but the pattern is familiar....
30 Aug 2014 at 5:00am
by BY ERWIN CHEMERINSKY




  Daily Bulletin




Garcetti to announce $13.25 minimum wage plan at Labor Day rally

LOS ANGELES (CNS) - Mayor Eric Garcetti is expected to announce his proposal to raise the Los Angeles minimum wage to $13.25 an hour during a Labor Day rally in South Los Angeles.

Garcetti has been shopping a plan to local business groups to raise the minimum wage to $13.25 by 2017. The wage would go up by $1.


1 Sep 2014 at 8:16am
by By ELIZABETH HSING-HUEI CHOU, City News Service



Los Angeles Marine to be honored at Dodger game

LOS ANGELES (CNS) - U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Leon Pierce of Los Angeles will honored as the Veteran of the Game today as the Los Angeles Dodgers begin a three-game series against the Washington Nationals at Dodger Stadium.

Pierce enlisted in 2002 and served with a mortar platoon, maintaining personnel and equipment and ensuring the unit was mentally and physically prepared for combat operations.


1 Sep 2014 at 8:06am
by City News Service



Community-led ESL program returns to Azusa in September

AZUSA >> School attendance is important to Azusa resident Maricela Torres. That's why she has not missed a day this year at Grassroots ESL, a free community-driven English as a second language program that begins its second year this month at various area locations.


31 Aug 2014 at 12:01am
by By Jordan Gass-Poore jordan.gass-poore@langnews.com @jgasspoore on Twitter



Baldwin Park Library to reopen Tuesday

BALDWIN PARK >> After more than a year's worth of work, staff will be putting in the finishing touches at the Baldwin Park Library before Tuesday's reopening.

"I think we're going to spend the night here," library manager Rafael Gonzalez said recently of the last-minute preparations.


31 Aug 2014 at 12:01am
by Melissa Masatani



Final fly-in for Art Scholl Aviation at Rialto airport

RIALTO >> It was the final tribute to a piece of aviation history -- not just to this region but the state.

Unbeknownst to the general public -- hidden behind wire fencing, overgrown shrubbery and empty hangars -- Judy Scholl was joined by nearly 100 pilots, who flew in from all over Southern California to mark the closure of


31 Aug 2014 at 12:01am
by Liset Marquez





Grandfather to ride down California coast to honor grandson

EASTVALE >> His blue eyes shining, Carter Forsyth holds up a tiny black plastic telescope.

"It's fireworks!" he said excitedly, a giant grin on his face.

The energetic 4-year-old is the kind of toddler that looks like he jumped out from a Gerber baby commercial: blond hair, blue eyes and an infectious smile.


31 Aug 2014 at 12:01am
by Grace Wong



$13M awarded for transportation upgrades in San Bernardino County

The California Transportation Commission has awarded more than $13 million to San Bernardino County transportation agencies and cities from Yucaipa to Ontario, much of it for developing safe routes to schools.

The big overall winner was San Bernardino Associated Governments, the transportation planning agency for the county, which will receive $4.


31 Aug 2014 at 8:18pm
by Jim Steinberg





Gov. Brown's GOP challenger, Neel Kashkari, appears in Upland

UPLAND >> It's a tall order but Republican gubernatorial candidate Neel Kashkari is optimistic he can defeat Gov. Jerry Brown come November.

Kashkari said Sunday he is focused on bringing jobs back to California, fixing the education system and addressing the drought -- issues that go beyond partisan politics and will bring in votes from independent voters and moderate Democrats.


31 Aug 2014 at 5:52pm
by Liset Marquez



Audit: Los Angeles County nursing home inspections prove lacking

Los Angeles County public health officials inappropriately closed nursing home investigations and failed to follow state guidelines on prioritizing complaints, according to an audit released this week.

The Los Angeles County auditor-controller also found that even after nursing home inspectors found serious problems, their supervisors downgraded the severity of findings without any explanation or without discussing the changes with the inspectors as required.


31 Aug 2014 at 7:39pm
by By Anna Gorman Kaiser Health News



Rancho Cucamonga 7-Eleven clerk in hospital following stabbing

RANCHO CUCAMONGA >> A store clerk was reported in stable condition after being stabbed early Sunday morning during a robbery at a 7-Eleven in the 9400 block of Base Line, authorities said.

San Bernardino County Sheriff's deputies from Rancho Cucamonga station were called to the scene at 5:34 a.


31 Aug 2014 at 2:32pm
by Staff report




 San Bernardino Sun




Grandfather to ride down California coast to honor grandson

EASTVALE >> His blue eyes shining, Carter Forsyth holds up a tiny black plastic telescope.

"It's fireworks!" he said excitedly, a giant grin on his face.

The energetic 4-year-old is the kind of toddler that looks like he jumped out from a Gerber baby commercial: blond hair, blue eyes and an infectious smile.


31 Aug 2014 at 5:25pm
by Grace Wong





Gov. Brown's GOP challenger, Neel Kashkari, appears in Upland

UPLAND >> It's a tall order but Republican gubernatorial candidate Neel Kashkari is optimistic he can defeat Gov. Jerry Brown come November.

Kashkari said Sunday he is focused on bringing jobs back to California, fixing the education system and addressing the drought -- issues that go beyond partisan politics and will bring in votes from independent voters and moderate Democrats.


31 Aug 2014 at 8:20pm
by Liset Marquez



$13M awarded for transportation upgrades in San Bernardino County

The California Transportation Commission has awarded more than $13 million to San Bernardino County transportation agencies and cities from Yucaipa to Ontario, much of it for developing safe routes to schools.

The big overall winner was San Bernardino Associated Governments, the transportation planning agency for the county, which will receive $4.


31 Aug 2014 at 5:23pm
by Jim Steinberg





San Bernardino jams on Day 2 of Downtown Summer Festival

SAN BERNARDINO >> Edingo, an electronic music deejay, and Tammy Martin-Ryles, president of the Inland Cities East Chapter of the Southern California Black Chamber of Commerce, led festival-goers in a dance to Bob Marley's "Jamming" on Sunday afternoon during the second day of the Downtown Summer Festival.


31 Aug 2014 at 8:17pm
by Greg Cappis



Final fly-in for Art Scholl Aviation at Rialto airport

RIALTO >> It was the final tribute to a piece of aviation history -- not just to this region but the state.

Unbeknownst to the general public -- hidden behind wire fencing, overgrown shrubbery and empty hangars -- Judy Scholl was joined by nearly 100 pilots, who flew in from all over Southern California to mark the closure of


31 Aug 2014 at 7:56pm
by Liset Marquez



Rancho Cucamonga 7-Eleven clerk in hospital following stabbing

RANCHO CUCAMONGA >> A store clerk was reported in stable condition after being stabbed early Sunday morning during a robbery at a 7-Eleven in the 9400 block of Base Line, authorities said.

San Bernardino County Sheriff's deputies from Rancho Cucamonga station were called to the scene at 5:34 a.


31 Aug 2014 at 5:55pm
by Staff report



San Dimas warned about new insect threat to citrus trees

The San Dimas City Council received a warning at its Aug. 26 meeting about a new pest that destroys citrus trees and poses a major threat to the California citrus industry if unchecked.

Paul Worlie, a public affairs and government relations specialist with the Citrus Pest and Disease Prevention Program, told council members a small but deadly insect can destroy citrus trees in family backyards as well as commercial citrus groves if residents and ranchers are not attentive.


31 Aug 2014 at 5:35pm
by Imani Tate



San Bernardino County honors 3 Teachers of the Year

Teachers from Hesperia, Rancho Cucamonga and Yucaipa have been named the San Bernardino County Teachers of the Year.

In October, the San Bernardino County school board will honor Christopher Brunette, a social studies teacher at Green Valley High School in the Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District; Cari Gibson, a sixth-grade teacher at Cucamonga Middle School in the Central School District; and Mary Rivers, a fourth-grader teacher at the Krystal School of Science, Math and Technology ...


31 Aug 2014 at 5:15pm
by Staff report



Highland ATM broken into; cash stolen

HIGHLAND >> Someone apparently stole a truck, broke into an ATM and then ditched the truck, making off with an undisclosed amount of cash early Sunday.

Sheriff's deputies from the Highland station drove to the 7100 block of Boulder Avenue about 3:30 a.m. where an alarm was sounding from an ATM at a Chase Bank branch, according to a statement from the station.


31 Aug 2014 at 5:13pm
by Greg Cappis



Bhakti Fest West in Joshua Tree a weekend of yoga, music

A weekend of World Music, yoga and spiritual awakening will take place at the Joshua Tree Retreat Center Thursday through Sunday during Bhakti Fest West.

Referred to as the "Spiritual Woodstock of the Millenium," Bhakti Fest West is the only family-run festival hosting the world's most renowned yoga teachers, kirtan wallahs and spiritual sages.


31 Aug 2014 at 5:08pm
by Joe Nelson




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