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Beaumont was first named Edgar Station, after a local physician, and the Southern Pacific Railroad laid its tracks through the San Gorgonio Pass, where current Beaumont is located. The tiny town provided a rest stop to travelers making their way through the Mojave Desert to the area that is now Los Angeles. When it was incorporated to California in 1912, the town once again changed its name to Beaumont, meaning "beautiful mountain" in French. Many episodes of My Name is Earl were filmed in Beaumont, including the opening scenes of the series.

Population: 11384
Local Newspapers: Record Gazette Valley Chronicle Press Enterprise Town Crier
Local Sports Teams: San Bernadino Stampede (baseball)
Local Colleges: Crafton Hills College

Zip Codes associated with beaumont, california: 92223
Towns/Cities near beaumont, california : Cherry Valley Banning Calimesa

Beaumont News
Governor Brown Appoints Two to San Bernardino County Superior Court

Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. today announced the appointment of Winston S. Keh and Antoine F. Raphael to judgeships in the San Bernardino County Superior Court. Keh, 54, of Stevenson Ranch, has served as a commissioner at the San Bernardino County Superior Court since 2015.

Leaders, residents deal with another black cloud for Beaumont

Two years after City Hall was raided and seven high-ranking officials were arrested in a corruption scandal, the City Council was ready last week to approve the first balanced budget in years and settle a multi-million dollar lawsuit with a regional agency over transportation fees. Then word came that Councilman Mark Orozco was indicted by a grand jury, suspected of soliciting a bribe and lying on financial forms.

Councilman's indictment more trouble for Beaumont

For a city trying to move out from under the scandal of having seven former officials charged with corruption last year, news of Councilman Mark Orozco's unrelated indictment on one count of soliciting a bribe and nine counts of perjury last week makes it all the more difficult for the city to rebuild confidence. It is a situation made all the more ironic given Orozco's strident advocacy for transparency and restoring integrity to City Hall.

Fontana woman charged in deadly Beaumont hit-an-run had been told not to drive

BEAUMONT >> A woman whose doctor advised her against driving because of her history of alcohol abuse has been charged in the hit-and-run death of a Beaumont woman - a collision the defendant told investigators that she doesn't remember, court documents show. An arrest warrant has been issued for Deborah Marie Salazar, 55, of Fontana, in connection with the Dec. 23 collision that fatally injured pedestrian Sandra Kay Todd, 53. Todd died three months later, on March 26, Salazar has been charged with vehicular manslaughter with gross negligence and hit and run causing injury or death, according to Riverside County Superior Court records.

Residents call for him to resign as his colleagues say they will stay focused on city business.

The chair of Beaumont City Councilman Mark Orozco, right, sits empty during the Tuesday, May 16, city council meeting. He was indicted last week by a grand jury.

Sleep in a little now that Lamb Canyon road project is complete

Commuters who travel between San Jacinto and Beaumont can probably sleep in a few minutes each morning now that a project causing traffic delays the past few months has been completed. Caltrans has finished work on a $1.5 million drainage project on the 79, known as Lamb Canyon.

Beaumont elementary principal to be remembered at service

A celebration of life is set for Sunday, May 21, in Beaumont for Anna Hause Elementary Principal Charlene Earl, who died May 9. A celebration of life service in memory of Anna Hause Elementary School Principal Charlene Earl is planned for Sunday, May 21. Earl began her career in the Beaumont Unified School District in 2006 as a teacher at Three Rings Ranch Elementary and was assistant principal at Palm, Anna Hause, Sundance and Brookside elementary schools before becoming principal of Anna Hause.

Mark Orozco faces one count of soliciting a bribe and nine counts of perjury

The attorney for Beaumont Councilman Mark Orozco said his client is innocent of corruption charges brought last week by a Riverside County criminal grand jury. "We intend to fight hard to prove his innocence in a court of law," David Greenberg said in a statement.

Smoke from blaze visible from The Pass and San Jacinto

Smoke is visible in the San Jacinto Valley and The Pass from a 12-acre vegetation fire burning off the 79 highway south of Beaumont, according to a Cal Fire/Riverside County Fire Department news release. The Canyon fire was reported at 12:51 p.m. Sunday, May 14, just south of the entry to the Lamb Canyon county landfill.

Indio police asking publica s help to find missing couple

Authorities say that Audrey Moran, 26, and her boyfriend Jonathan Reynoso, 28, have not been seen or heard from since Wednesday May 10 . Indio police are asking the public's help in finding a 26-year-old woman and her 28-year-old boyfriend after the woman's vehicle was found abandoned on the side of a highway in Beaumont, according to officials.

Residents react to Beaumont councilman charges of bribery, perjury

Beaumont and Banning residents buzzed with questions Friday about the indictment of a Beaumont city official, Councilman Mark Orozco , in the midst of another corruption probe. "Something's wrong," said Dorothy Fenster, 60, of Banning.

Beaumont councilman indicted for bribery, perjury by grand jury

Beaumont Councilman Mark Orozco, who was supposed to represent a new start for a beleaguered city that has been the subject of numerous anti-corruption probes , has been indicted by a Riverside County criminal grand jury. The Riverside County District's Office announced Friday that Orozco, 40, was indicted on one count of soliciting a bribe and nine counts of perjury on suspicion of falsely identifying campaign funds on his required disclosure document - the Fair Political Practices Commission Form 460.

a Unsafe turning movementa led to Calimesa-area fatal crash, CHP says

A Moreno Valley man who died early Sunday, May 7, made an "unsafe turning movement" while driving along San Timoteo Canyon Road that caused him to crash, the California Highway Patrol said. Larry Splawn Jr., 34, was driving a blue 2003 Acura 2 TLX sedan west on San Timoteo Canyon Road on the border of Calimesa, just north of Beaumont, according to a CHP news release.

Suspect arrested in fatal shooting of Banning woman

Ernest Ralph Granados Jr., 26, was arrested May 4 on suspicion of killing a 21-year-old Banning woman in March in Beaumont. Courtesy of Beaumont Police Department A Beaumont man was arrested Wednesday, May 3, in the fatal shooting of 21-year-old Jasmine Zuniga on March 4. Ernest Ralph Granados Jr., 26, was taken into custody after Beaumont police served search warrants in Banning related to the killing, according to a Beaumont Police Department news release.

New fire station site could come to Beaumont planned community

It's in the incubation stage, but a master-planned development at the 10 freeway and 60 highway merge could include land for a long-sought west side Beaumont fire station and possibly a police station. The Beaumont City Council on Tuesday, May 2, voted to commit about $10,000 in development-related fire station mitigation fees for surveying a possible five-acre site and obtaining an appraisal.

Le Pen supporters shrug off euro flip-flops, back Frexit idea

May 1 Supporters of far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen on Monday shrugged off her ditherings over the week-end on the euro, saying they trusted her with taking France out of Europe's single currency and back to the Franc. Le Pen on Saturday said ditching the euro was not her top economic priority, in a bid to broaden her support amid voters worried over her trademark policy, ahead of the presidential election run-off May 7 vote against centrist front-runner Emmanuel Macron.

Beaumont man wanted in Yucaipa trailer thefts

The San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department is seeking the public's help to find a Beaumont resident suspected in the theft of several trailers in the Yucaipa area. Bryan Scott Bell, 56, who goes by Scott, has been staying at different locations in Yucaipa, and is know to frequent the cities of Banning, Beaumont and Calimesa, a sheriff's news release stated.

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