Eastvale: Corona Norco Unified School District Begins Student City Council Liason Position

BY TIANA GOEGEBUER   Eastvale – At the City of Eastvale’s March 12 City Council meeting, CNUSD (Corona Norco Unified School District) Board Member, William (Bill) Newberry, was present to discuss the idea of instating a volunteer student liaison to the Eastvale City Council. The concept behind involving a student liaison in the Council meetings […]

Walnut: WV launches Trial Computer-Based Assessments

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By Kelli Gile   Walnut – Walnut Valley Unified School District teachers and students have recently embarked on becoming part of an important milestone in the State’s transition to the new assessment system. New computer-based field tests, known as the “Smarter Balanced Assessments,” in English, Language Arts, and Math, launched on March 24 for all […]

Hike It Out

Jennifer Madrigal
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By Jennifer Madrigal There is something about a hike that has a way of freeing you, just a little. Hikes can clear your mind, making thoughts crisper and really helping one reflect on life. It could be the air, it could be the time away, or it could be the endorphins released when you exercise. […]

Eastvale Resident Seeks A Kidney

Minor Family Seeks Kidney

  By Jennifer Madrigal Eastvale – Local Eastvale residents, Diana and Darryle Minor, have been quietly enduring a struggle that no family should have to face. Darryle was diagnosed with Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD), which is a condition that causes the kidneys to become enlarged with multiple cysts. In Darryle’s case, the PKD progressed to […]

Leal Specific Plan To Be Discussed – April 23rd

Leal Property Aerial View
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City council meeting is Wednesday April 23rd at 6:30 pm! Be there to hear more about this plan!  Information: courtesy City of Eastvale Posted Date: 4/21/2014 2:00 PM CITY OF EASTVALE, CA (April 21, 2014) – At the April 23rd City Council Meeting, Council Members will be reviewing a draft of the proposed mix of uses to be […]

Don’t Be Shy

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By L.E.A.F.F. (Law Enforcement and Fire Fighters) The phone number for the EASTVALE POLICE DEPARTMENT is (951) 776-1099. Remember: DON’T BE SHY. Your job is simply to report an incident, and law enforcement will take your call seriously and check out the situation. What you see and report may be invaluable and may save lives. […]

WALNUT: Aquarium on Wheels Visits Collegewood

Collegewood first graders got a close-up look at life-size inflatable great white shark during the Aquarium of the Pacific education assembly.  
Photo Credit: Kelli Gile

By Kelli Gile Walnut – Collegewood Elementary first graders experienced Pacific Journeys during an educational assembly presented by the Aquarium of the Pacific on April 11. Students traveled the globe during the interactive presentation to learn about ocean inhabitants and their unique adaptations for survival in a watery world. Following the program, they experienced a […]

San Gabriel Valley: Community Events week 04/21/2014

STAFF REPORTS UPCOMING EVENTS: National Child Abuse Prevention Month When: Month of April Where: Walnut Fire Station 61 (Lemon Avenue and La Puente Road) Details: In support of National Child Abuse Prevention Month, the Walnut Valley Women’s Club facilitated the planting of a garden of pinwheels at Fire Station 61. The pinwheels will remain throughout […]

The Eye Of The Beholder

By Michael Armijo It was a warm yet windy day filled with strong sorrow. The air reflected a deep sense of respect as people gathered to say goodbye to a friend whose spirit had left the earth. As everyone gathered, the vibrant, wooden casket lay atop the ground as the family huddled closely around. The […]

WALNUT: Major Drop In Crime For Walnut-Diamond Bar

By K.P. Sander Walnut-Diamond Bar – The citizens of Walnut and Diamond Bar have cause to be very proud of their local law enforcement. The dedication and commitment they have shown for the people they have sworn to protect is very apparent in the latest crime statistics. According to Captain Jeff Scroggin of the Walnut-Diamond […]

WALNUT: Suzanne Teacher Named 2014 PBS Digital Innovator

Alice Chen

By Kelli Gile Walnut – Alice Chen, a Suzanne Middle School Language Arts teacher and Technology Coach, has been selected as one of the top 16 PBS Learning Media Digital Innovators for 2014. An impressive group of 100 educators from across the country was named to the program in an announcement made April 7. In […]

Eastvale: Distracted Driving Enforcement

Courtesy City of Eastvale Eastvale, CA. – As part of April’s Distracted Driving Awareness Month campaign, the Eastvale Police Department has Distracted Driving Month joined with over 200 other local law enforcement agencies and the California Highway Patrol in a month long “zero tolerance” enforcement and education campaign to curb those texting or operating hand-held […]

No Parking

  By Pastor Mark Hopper My family and I came to our church here in Diamond Bar over 25 years ago.  Our church had only one building at that time and a limited number of parking spaces. On a big Sunday, we actually had to ask some people to park on the lawn.  Today, our […]

Pastor’s Corner: That You May Live

By Pastor Robert Jewett “And they stripped [Jesus] and put a scarlet robe on him, and twisting together a crown of thorns, they put it on his head and put a reed in his right hand. And kneeling before him, they mocked him, saying, ‘Hail, King of the Jews!’ And they spit on him and […]

CHINO: Suspected “Luger Bandit” Caught After Chino Bank Hold-Up

Luger Bandit in Action
Photo courtesy of : FBI

STAFF REPORTS Chino – The “Luger Bandit,” who had been sought for the robbery of multiple banks, appears to have been caught after a bank holdup in Chino on Wed., April 16. The suspect matched the FBI’s description of the individual associated with multiple robberies, including those in Corona, Eastvale, Granada Hills, and Fontana. Two […]

Eastvale: ATM Machine Attempted Theft Suspects In Eastvale and Hemet Caught

Courtesy City of Eastvale Date Written: April 17, 2014 Time Written: 10:00 AM Date of Incident: April 3 and April 6, 2014 Time of Incident: 4:40 AM Location of Incident: 6000 Block of Hamner Avenue, Eastvale Reporting Officer: Sergeant Vanessa Sloniker File Number: EV140930004 and EV140960004 On Thursday, April 3, and Sunday April 6, 2014, officers assigned to the Eastvale Police Department responded to the Chase Bank in reference […]

CHINO: CVUSD Grad Dies In Bus Crash

Arthur Arzola
Photo Courtesy: Google Images

Staff Reports Orland – Arthur Arzola, 26, of Rancho Cucamonga, has perished in a crash that left five adults and five students dead, and many more injured. The tragic events unfolded on Thursday evening, April 10, when a bus of high school students – many from Southern California – traveling to Humboldt State University in […]

Fullerton: Representative Leads Delegation to Eastern Europe

  By Emily Lundberg Fullerton – For the better part of the current two week congressional recess that will last until April 28, Republican house representative Ed Royce from Fullerton will lead a congressional delegation to Ukraine, Armenia, and Azerbaijan. Royce is the chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee and most of the members […]

CHINO: Three Men Arrested for Commercial Burglary.

San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Press Release On Thursday, April 10, 2014, deputies from the Chino Hills Police Station were called to the 13000 block of Peyton Drive in regard to two male subjects seen entering the business with tools. Deputies responded, established a perimeter and conducted a search for the entry point into the […]

EASTVALE: Celebrating Easter in Eastvale

  By K.P. Sander Eastvale – This year Easter falls on April 20. If you are a member of one of Eastvale’s churches, you probably know what special events and services are taking place. However, you may be new to the area, or shopping for a home church in the City. Here is a listing […]

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