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Return Janice Rutherford to San Bernardino Board of Supervisors

  Since her election to the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors in 2010, Janice Rutherford has been a consistent fiscal conservative. Her eye has always been on ensuring county government both focuses on the basics but can pay for it all as well. We strongly encourage voters in the 2nd Supervisorial District to re-elect…

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Rutherford deserves another term as San Bernardino County supervisor

The statewide primary election will be held on Tuesday, June 5, and the Herald News is urging all voters to participate in our democracy and cast their ballots for the candidates of their choice.  One of the key races in the election will be the 2nd District seat on the San Bernardino County Board of…

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Nonprofit Group Connects Mentors With Young People

By JANICE RUTHERFORD When J.R. Harrison of Upland wanted to be a volunteer mentor for a young person in need, he reached out to the oldest and largest youth mentoring organization in the nation — Big Brothers Big Sisters. “It was one of those things in the back of my mind that I always thought…

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Many volunteers aid Sheriff’s Department

In the early 1990s, the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department created its Volunteer Forces Unit to better manage the army of residents who contribute their time and energy to help make their communities safer. Today, the unit oversees more than 2,000 volunteers who annually donate more than 300,000 hours of their time to support the…

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County applauded at Breakfast with your Supervisor

The audience erupted in applause when San Bernardino County Supervisor Janice Rutherford announced at the August 18 Breakfast with your Supervisor event, the approval of a chamber-county partnership program where a portion of transient occupancy taxes collected from people staying at hotels or shorter-term rentals will be allocated to promote tourism. According to an August…

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Rutherford’s Youth Council hosts Career Workshop

Starting high school is a big transition for students. They are thrust into new, bigger schools with older students and larger classroom sizes. They have new teachers, new schedules, and more homework, and the question “What will I do after I graduate?” really starts to come into focus. That’s why the members of San Bernardino…

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