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City of San Dimas
P. O. Box 307, San Dimas, CA 91773
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Anybody that listens to my show knows that i give the most love in the I.E. I started on the 99.1 Street Team in 2002, and within a year, paid my dues, worked my way up the "totem pole" shall we say, and landed a spot as the weekend mix show host on Saturday nights......1 to 2 years later, I was offered the slot that i currently host, Monday through Thursday nights, 11pm until 5:30am! Entertainment is my life, and I plan to stay in the bizz as long as possible, shouts to everybody that has been a huge support in my life, and career!!


Freeway offramp in San Dimas was reopened Monday morning after a 100-gallon diesel spill from a big rig's fuel tank was cleaned up. Sunday, according to the California Highway Patrol. A small amount of the fuel that spilled went down the drain on the offramp, CHP officials said. The ramp was shut down so a hazardous materials crew could clean up the spill. It's not known what caused the rupture.


Freeway offramp was shut down in San Dimas this morning after a big rig's fuel tank ruptured, causing a 100-gallon diesel spill, authorities said. Sunday, according to the California Highway Patrol. A small amount of the fuel that spilled went down the drain on the offramp, the CHP said. The ramp was shut down so a hazardous materials crew could clean up the spill. The truck driver did not know what caused the rupture, a news videographer reported from the scene.


The celebration of self-expression and outlandish rebellion against conformity is now in its 38th incarnation. And in keeping with tradition, the parade was also the scene of a tortilla battle of epic proportions. Quillen is a veteran of past Doo Dah parades. Daughter Alexis Gonzalez, 11, said she hoped to return to the parade next year. Compared to other parades she's attended, "this one's way funner," Alexis said. The Doo Dah Parade is hosted by the nonprofit, Pasadena-based Light Bringer Project, dedicated to arts and art education.


Given the California Legislature's general dysfunction, ballot measures often are the only way major policy changes in this state are made - and unmade. Two initiatives are advancing that would let voters decide in 2016 on continuing two key parts of Gov. The first measure would kill the high-speed rail project passed in 2008 as Proposition 1A. Bob Huff, R-San Dimas, and Board of Equalization Vice Chairman George Runner. It also would apply to other projects. The governor should have thought of that before proposing his tunnels boondoggle.


I love researching family history, just like my mother before me. No song was found named "Sweet Evelana" but changing the "a" to an "i" produced "Sweet Evelina," a beautiful waltz from 1863. My 90-year-old singer, Bernadette Siegel, sang these songs throughout her life and is still pitch perfect. The journey of Harry's violin and the music he played continues with the preservation of his songs in the songbook and on the CD and every time I pick up my violin to play. Denise Sciandra is president of the Fresno Folklore Society.


A man and woman carried out a robbery in San Dimas and an attempted robbery in Diamond Bar before fleeing from deputies in the wrong direction down the 60 and 57 freeways, crashing their car and being arrested, authorities said. About 15 minutes later, deputies received a report of a second crime along Sunset Crossing Road near the 57 Freeway in Diamond Bar, sheriff's Lt. The car continued fleeing, heading southbound in the northbound lanes of the 57 Freeway, Saleeby said. The man and woman were taken into custody, Saleeby said.


Enlarge Sacramento, CA -- Thursday two state Republican lawmakers moved on a voter initiative that seeks to create long-term water storage while helping fold Governor Jerry Brown's high-speed rail project. Bob Huff of San Dimas seek voters' support in redirecting about $8 billion in bond money towards building water storage. If you have a photo regarding this news story or any Mother Lode News Story please email news@clarkebroadcasting.com . HWY49 Reopened Update: Another Wet Weather System This Sunday Vehicle Vs.


Repetitive movements led to carpal tunnel and elbow surgeries, which forced him to take off more than three years from his job and, when Turner was finally cleared to return, he said he was told that there wasn't anything for him to do. "When I got the parts back, the camshaft was hollow down the center and that's when the lightbulb came on -- `Oh, I can make a lamp out of that,' " Turner said. Barbara Hennessy of Diamond Bar has had one of Turner's Chevrolet tailgate benches in her garden for nearly two years. Want to visit Lockjaw Garage?


-- Two Republican lawmakers are proposing a ballot initiative that would ask California voters to redirect about $8 billion in bond money from the state's high-speed rail project to build water storage. Bob Huff of San Dimas said they filed language Thursday for the initiative. Runner and Huff say storing water for the future is a better use of billions in voter-approved spending than the $68 billion high-speed rail project. The California High-Speed Rail Authority did not immediately respond to a request for comment.


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Attention San Bernardino commuters: This is just a test, Metrolink said Monday. If you're in communities that straddle Metrolink's San Bernardino train line -- which runs from L.A. Metrolink's test train will add to the nighttime train traffic. "We extend our most sincere apologies, in advance, for any inconveniences that the community may experience as we conduct these tests," said Metrolink CEO Art Leahy in a statement Monday. So you might hear the sound of train engines operating, train horns blowing at crossings, as required by federal law.


-- Authorities captured a mountain lion on Sunday evening that was spotted in San Dimas. A deputy was patrolling the area saw the mountain lion behind a business in the area of West Bonita Street and North Eucla Avenue. That's when the deputy, according to authorities, put in a call for back-up. When other deputies arrived, they followed the mountain lion around as it went down Arrow Highway, where they then cornered it into a vacant lot. The mountain lion, described as a young adult, is expected to be picked up by Fish & Game officials on Monday.


Authorities in San Dimas were trailing a mountain lion that was roaming the streets Sunday evening shortly after sunset. Jorge Chavez of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department . The area has mostly commercial properties, including shops and a bowling alley, and is about one block from the 57 Freeway. It was unclear if the lion was an adult or cub. The Los Angeles County Department of Animal Care and Control as well as the state's Department of Fish and Wildlife have been alerted to the cat and are en route to the scene, Chavez said.


Did you hear Tuesday's landslides? Election defeats in Rancho Cucamonga and Claremont weren't a surprise, really, but their overwhelming nature may have been. But Measure A had only 22.5 percent in favor and PS got 24.5 percent, 3-to-1 margins that were far more lopsided than I'd have predicted. This is why I don't offer predictions. With the virtue of hindsight, though, I can offer a few thoughts. Suddenly I can see why Yates plans to retire. David Allen writes Sunday, Wednesday and Friday, insulting and demeaning the week's four other days.


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