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San Bernardino Area Investigators Seek Witnesses And Victims Of Yucaipa Fire Deputies responded to the area for a reported vegetation fire on July 7. Cal-Fire personnel responded quickly and extinguished a small grass fire, but found evidence the fire was started by an
explosive device that was detonated inside a mailbox. Sheriff’s Arson Bomb personnel responded to investigate the incident and determined the fire was started due to illegal fireworks being set off.
As a reminder, fireworks are prohibited in the City of Yucaipa. In addition to being dangerous, explosive fireworks of the type used in this incident are illegal throughout the State of California.
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will also serve as the event’s host. The concert in Los Angeles will be broadcast to five venues across the state where more singers will join the performance experience by viewing the concert on large screens and singing from the audience. Hub leaders drawn from the local choral communities have been engaged to coordinate the events and rehearse the singers leading up to the performance day. The five California hub cities and venues are: · SAN DIEGO, Copley Symphony Hall · BAY AREA, Zellerbach Hall at Cal Performances · SACRAMENTO, Community Center Theater at the
Sacramento Community Center · FRESNO, Paul Shaghoian Concert Hall at Clovis Unified Performing Arts Center · RIVERSIDE, Coil School of the Arts at Riverside City College Live feeds will take place during the concert, connecting the participants in the hub cities to Whitacre and the Master Chorale in Los Angeles. The event’s reach is further expanded with the concert being live-streamed on the Big Sing California website, making it possible for people around the world to participate. Around 10,000 singers are expected to take part state-wide. The songs selected for Big
Sing California range from straightforward sing-alongs such as Lean On Me, This Land Is Your Land, and Hey Jude, to choral works by Eric Whitacre and Morten Lauridsen, and arrangements by Moira Smiley and Rollo Dilworth. The program also features an exclusive arrangement of Pentatonix’s Sing by Grammy Award-winning arranger Ben Bram (Pitch Perfect, Glee) created especially for Big Sing California. People can register online now at lamasterchorale.org/ big-sing-california to join the Los Angeles wait list or any of the five hub venues. Registrations and tickets will be confirmed with all participants beginning July 10.
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President Harry S. Truman was finishing his first term when Magnolia Substation came to life Riverside Public Utilities, which has been delivering water and power to the city for more than a century, recently shut down its oldest electric substation, ending the service of an aging facility that came to life shortly after World War II. The Magnolia Substation, wedged between the Central Avenue off-ramp of the eastbound Highway 91 and the nearby railroad tracks to the east, was the oldest substation in the RPU grid, providing power to RPU customers for 69 years. “It’s a testament to the skill and craftsmanship of RPU employees that this piece of electrical infrastructure was able to provide reliable power to about 1,000 Riverside residents for so many decades,” said Board
of Public Utilities Chair Jo Lynne Russo-Pereyra. “That longevity also says a lot about how much emphasis RPU puts into maintaining its equipment.” The substation was placed into service in November, 1949, just as President Harry S. Truman was completing his first term. It pre-dated the Riverside Freeway (State Route 91) by about 15 years. The Magnolia substation property will be cleared of all above-grade equipment and structures, and most of the underground sub-structures. Customers served by the now-closed substation now receive power through the new transformer bank at the Plaza Substation, near Elizabeth Street and Magnolia Avenue, which was brought into service in August, 2016.
This new transformer provides more reliable service and increased electric capacity to meet the demand from RPU customers. The increased capacity will assist in managing the energy needs of electric vehicles and other technologies. “The utility industry is always growing and changing, and RPU works hard to stay abreast of those changes with new infrastructure and strong customer service,” Interim General Manager Todd Jorgenson said. “Ratepayers can rest assured, knowing their water and power needs are being met, now and in the future.” For information on this and other electric and water utility projects, visit RiversidePublicUtilities.com/ projects.
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