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New Technology Aids Fire Department in Respiratory Arrest Calls

REDLANDS, CA- The Redlands Fire Department has deployed eight new laryngoscopes with fiber optic cameras, allowing them to deliver state of the art, cutting edge service to the Redlands community. 

Laryngoscopes are on every frontline fire company and can be used on all adult respiratory arrest responses. This pioneering technology gives medics direct visualization of the patient’s vocal cords and records the intubation process so that it may be attached to the Electronic Patient Record.

What makes this state-of-the-art equipment so beneficial to the Redlands community is that it enables easier and faster intubation of the airway in a patient who isn’t breathing. The camera allows the paramedic to see the exact placement of the tube. The combination of visualization and recording provides a tremendous advantage to the paramedics and, ultimately, the patient. The recording is then transmitted straight to the hospital so the treating doctor can see exactly how the tube was placed facilitating better patient care. Video records can be reviewed for training and ongoing quality improvement purposes. 

The Redlands Fire Department experiences approximately 50 calls each year in which this device will allow for better patient outcomes.

Millennial Professional, Ta Lease Morrow, Leads Upland Publication as CEO/Publisher

Ta Lease Morrow

Ta Lease Morrow

ONTARIO, CA- On Saturday, November 18, the co-publisher of the Inland Valley News, Ta Lease Morrow, 31, was installed as the CEO/Publisher. The installation announcement was made during the 20th Annual Celebration of Excellence Awards held at the Double Tree Hotel in Ontario.

In passing the baton to his daughter, outgoing Publisher Tommy Morrow has paved the way for Ta Lese and her team to innovate and broaden the scope of communications for the brand.

Let’s continue to promote and encourage the next generation of leaders. Kudos Ta Lease.

Diana Ross’ Grandson Stole the Show During Her AMA Performance


By Rebecca Shapiro, Huffington Post

Another star was born Sunday night when Diana Ross turned her American Music Awards performance into a family affair.

The icon accepted the Lifetime Achievement Award surrounded by her family, and she even invited her grandchildren on stage to dance as she sang, “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough,” during a stellar performance.

It didn’t take long for audience members at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, and those sitting at home, to notice Ross’ grandson dancing his heart out.

Ross’ grandson also hugged the singer when she accepted her award, saying into the microphone, “I’m so proud of you!” He later closed out the awards show by taking another moment to tell his grandmother that he was proud of her, and to let the crowd know that he loved them too.