Op/Ed: Senator Dahle voices strong opposition to California’s ban on lawn mowers and generators

Submitted by the Office of Senator Brian Dahle There was a collective sigh and eye rolls this week when it was announced that the Governor signed a law to ban gas powered mowers, generators and other equipment. Many Californians will say it’s just California being California, but not realizing the real impact it will have on our everyday lives, and […]

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Dahle’s help negotiate more than $30 million in Wildfire Prevention Grants for their Districts

The Governor’s Office recently announced the allocation of $138 million for wildfire prevention grants statewide to help mitigate the risk of catastrophic wildfire. In budget negotiations for this year’s wildfire prevention funding, Senator and Assemblywoman Dahle identified a list of unfunded, shovel-ready projects throughout the First Assembly and Senate District prepared for immediate funding to fire safe communities. LEADING THE SCNS HEADLINES: […]

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Anderson City Council unanimously votes Jon Poletski to position of Police Chief

ANDERSON, Calif., — The Anderson Police Department yesterday proudly announced that Anderson City Councilmembers had unanimously voted to transition Interim Chief Jon Poletski to the full position of Anderson Police Chief. Poletski was tapped to serve as the interim Chief of Police last month, when then-Chief Michael Johnson was appointed to the position of Sheriff of Shasta County. Poletski came […]

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OP/ED: Congressman Doug LaMalfa on Afghanistan “tragedy”

Submitted by: Office of Congressman Doug LaMalfa Throughout the last few weeks, I have watched Afghanistan descend into disarray with sadness, embarrassment, and anger. It truly did not have to turn out like this. As the last of our troops were flown out of Afghanistan this week, I felt the need to share my thoughts with you all on this […]

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Senator Brian Dahle on the State budget, North State water shortages, ongoing wildfires and wildfire insurance, and more

Submitted by the Office of Senator Brian Dahle – From the Dahle Beacon Dear Neighbors, I hope this finds you well. It’s a difficult time of year, with so much loss throughout our beautiful district. My heart breaks for the residents of Greenville and so many in the surrounding counties who have lost homes, been evacuated, and experienced devastation. Our […]

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Out of jail on bail on other charges, embattled San Jacinto councilmember arrested again – Bail now set at $5 million

SAN JACINTO, Calif., — Out of jail on bail and awaiting trial on multiple felony and misdemeanor charges stemming from his alleged involvement in the operation of an illegal cannabis dispensary in San Jacinto, embattled City of San Jacinto City Councilmember Joel De Anda Lopez was arrested again Thursday after deputies investigated a “series” of domestic violence related allegations against […]

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Prostitution: California’s Silent Tsunami

Submitted by: Opal Singleton – MillionKids.org There is a bill making its way through California legislation that will legalize street prostitution in California and even more concerning, allow those previously convicted of prostitution or related offenses to have their sentences overturned or dismissed. Almost no one seems to be aware of SB 357 which has passed the Senate and is […]

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Congressman LaMalfa discusses North State drought, fire conditions

Submitted by: Office of Congressman Doug LaMalfa For the past decade our district has faced numerous disasters and near-disasters, from the failure of Oroville Dam’s spillway to several years of drought and repeated wildfires that have destroyed towns, wreaked havoc on our environment and the morale of our people. As your Member of Congress, I am continually working to address […]

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LaMalfa urges Biden and Newsom to keep COVID-19 vaccines voluntary

Submitted by Office of Congressman Doug LaMalfa Congressman Doug LaMalfa issued the following statement after recent announcements by Governor Newsom mandating COVID-19 vaccination for all state employees and by President Biden for Department of Veterans Affairs healthcare employees. LEADING THE SCNS HEADLINES: UPDATE: Pit River Tribe family members, including four children, continuing to recover after Ingot head-on crash EXCLUSIVE: Witness […]

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UPDATE: Unsealed indictment details charges against San Jacinto City Councilmember, other man

UPDATED: Saturday, June 19, 9:45 a.m. Originally Published: Sunday, June 13, 3:13 p.m. (See Original Story) SAN JACINTO, Calif. — The Riverside County District Attorney’s Office yesterday released information about the arrest of a San Jacinto City councilmember, a story which was initially covered exclusively by RCNS last Sunday, after word of the councilmember’s arrest emerged. San Jacinto City Councilmember […]

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