Archive for October 12th, 2013

DailyBulletin: Rialto Unified superintendent denies romantic relationship with Oakes

Harold Cebrun+Judith Oakes

By Beau Yarbrough, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Posted: 10/11/13, 10:47 PM PDT |

RIALTO >> Saying enemies are campaigning to oust him, Rialto Unified Superintendent Harold Cebrun denied on Friday any knowledge of the embezzlement allegedly committed by former district accountant Judith Oakes and having a romantic relationship with her.

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Colonies Arraignment

From left, Mark Kirk, former chief of staff to Supervisor Gary Ovitt, former Supervisor Paul Biane; businessman Jeff Burum and former Assistant Assessor Jim Erwin, are seen in an Aug. 19, 2011, court appearance in San Bernardino./Staff Photo

October 11, 2013; 04:30 PM

The Colonies case that prosecutors have called one of the biggest examples of public corruption in San Bernardino County history will go before the California Supreme Court on Nov. 5 for a hearing.

To read story by Imran Ghori in The Press Enterprise, click here.


By Joe Nelson, The Sun
Posted: 10/11/13, 7:42 PM PDT |

HIGHLAND >> It turns out East Valley Water District General Manager John Mura will get up to $50,000 in additional pay after all if the new district’s headquarters is completed on time and specific criteria are met.

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VVDailyPress: Harris announces candidacy for SBC sheriff

Likely to face McMahon, Schrader
October 11, 2013 6:27 PM
Rebecca Howes, Staff Writer

VICTORVILLE • A former Riverside County and San Bernardino County Sheriff’s deputy announced his candidacy for San Bernardino County Sheriff this week.

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Carla Marinucci

Carla Marinucci

Politics Blog
By Carla Marinucci
Friday, October 11, 2013 – 02:50 p.m.

Conservatives say they won a small victory when California Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed what they called “the most draconian” gun bill in the nation — but they insisted that Brown’s role in signing “the strictest set of gun control laws” in America could prompt recall efforts in California.

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Government Shutdown

By Lori Montgomery and Paul Kane
Saturday, October 12, 2013

Congressional Republicans rushed late Friday to develop a new plan for reopening the government and avoiding a first-ever default in hopes of crafting a strategy that can win the support of the White House before financial markets open next week.

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By Matea Gold
October 11 at 6:20 pm

Organizing for Action, the nonprofit advocacy group launched this year to back President Obama’s second-term agenda, raised more than $7.7 million in the last quarter, bringing its total to nearly $21 million.

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