Beau Yarbrough, Redlands Daily Facts

Beau Yarbrough

Redlands Daily Facts

Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Recent:
  • Redlands Daily Facts
  • The Press-Enterprise
  • Daily Bulletin
  • The Sun
Past:
  • O.C. Register
  • Whittier Daily News
  • LB Press-Telegram
  • Daily Breeze
  • Pasadena Star News
  • L.A. Daily News
  • Santa Cruz Sentinel
  • SGV Tribune
  • Mercury-Register

Recent articles by Beau:

Memorial to victims of San Bernardino terrorist attack envisioned as a place of remembrance, hope

A San Bernardino County Museum exhibit offers a preview of the monument that’s expected to open in spring 2022. → Read More

San Bernardino terrorist attack memorial to be previewed at museum

A San Bernardino County Museum exhibit offers a sneak peek at the monument that’s expected to open in spring 2022 → Read More

Assemblymember James Ramos seeks to be voice for Native Americans in California

He grew up in poverty on the San Manuel Reservation before gaming was legalized and says more must be done for other native communities → Read More

Here are the 12 Native American tribes in the Inland Empire recognized by the federal government

There are many tribal communities the federal government doesn’t recognize, one professor notes, making it difficult to establish a more comprehensive list. → Read More

Reps. Aguilar and Obernolte poised to win big under new congressional maps

New draft congressional, state Senate and Assembly maps have been released by the 2020 California Citizens Redistricting Commission. → Read More

San Bernardino County voters unlikely to see big changes in supervisors’ districts – Press Enterprise

“It it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” Second District Supervisor Janice Rutherford said. → Read More

Where you can get COVID-19 vaccine for kids 5-11 in San Bernardino County

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has approved Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine for emergency use for children. → Read More

Charges filed against Victorville Council Member Blanca Gomez

Victorville City Council member Blanca Gomez allegedly interfered with deputies who were escorting a masked man filming council members out of the July 20 meeting → Read More

Columnist David Allen to receive Society of Professional Journalists award

The “bard of the Inland Empire” will be recognized as a distinguished journalist Thursday, Nov. 4 → Read More

Columnist David Allen to receive Society of Professional Journalists award

The “bard of the Inland Empire” will be recognized as a distinguished journalist Thursday, Nov. 4 → Read More

Despite outcries, armed officers maintain presence at Southern California schools

The fatal shooting of a teen by a Long Beach school safety officer and the “defund the police” movement have been rallying cries for reform. → Read More

Hemet students get free glasses, vision care

On Wednesday, Oct. 20, 128 students received eyeglasses, the first of about 28,000 Riverside County children expected to get free vision care in next two years → Read More

Moreno Valley appoints new city council member — over attorney’s objections – Press Enterprise

Naming LaDonna Jempson to the council was not on the Tuesday, Oct. 19, agenda, potentially opening the city to a lawsuit, interim city attorney says → Read More

Moreno Valley’s Measure G would bring 1% sales tax increase for public safety

The idea for a new tax, which voters will decide upon Tuesday, Nov. 2, was first floated in a 2019 phone poll → Read More

Moreno Valley school board candidates answer questions on budget, coronavirus

Three candidates seek to replace Marsha Locke, who moved away in June, in the Tuesday, Nov. 2, election → Read More

Moreno Valley City Council candidates answer questions on budget, taxes

Six candidates are seeking to replace Council Member Carla Thornton, who died in January, in the Tuesday, Nov. 2, election → Read More

Hemet-area elementary school students do mock job interviews

Children at Cottonwood School in Aguanga — some wearing their principal’s ties — created resumes and interviewed each other as they learned about careers → Read More

What are those new electronic kiosks in Eastvale and San Jacinto?

They deliver news and can conduct surveys of residents → Read More

Newsom wins San Bernardino County in recall vote — barely

California Gov. Gavin Newsom barely scored a victory in San Bernardino County, though statewide the election remains a blowout for him → Read More

Memorial service set for Moreno Valley Council Member Victoria Baca

Baca, who died Oct. 6, will be remembered at the Civic Center Amphitheater on Monday, Oct. 18 → Read More