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The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning in effect from Tuesday evening through Wednesday night in areas above 2,000 feet. The San Bernardino Mountains expect snow and low temperatures into the single digits and low 20s, forecasters say. Throughout the valley areas of the county, forecasters predict temperatures

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Years of study by scientists from the San Bernardino County Museum helped set aside the Tule Springs Fossil Beds National Monument as America’s newest national monument signed into law on Dec. 19. The Tule Springs Fossil National Monument, located north of Las Vegas, Nev. is the first national monument dedicated

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JANUARY Improvements made at Lake Gregory The Board of Supervisors hired Urban Parks and Concessionaires, also known as the California Parks Company, to take over the day-to-day operations at Lake Gregory and upgrade the park. Improvements include an expanded summer play area, a new fishing program, and renovation of the

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Food plays a central role in the way we celebrate the holidays. With the holiday season upon us, this is a great time to remind everyone about the importance of holiday food safety. To keep unwanted visitors like Salmonella, E. coli and Staph aureus from crashing your holiday party, the

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Public Works crews continue working hard to get National Trails Highway reopened after incurring damage from the September 2014 storms. The storms in September damaged sections of National Trails Highway from Hector Road to Amboy. The most extensive damage was along National Trails Highway where approximately 40 bridges were damaged

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