Walnut Creates General Plan

City of Walnut Walnut – For the first time in over 30 years, the City of Walnut has initiated a program to comprehensively plan its future. Every city in California is required to maintain a long-term comprehensive plan to guide physical growth and community preservation. This plan, called a General Plan, provides the framework for […]

Tips From Deputy Myers

School’s out, kids are out, protect yourself By Deanna Myers   Is it July already?! Seems like we were just having end of the year parties and graduation celebrations. Well, the extra daylight and heat tends to bring more criminal activity. Make sure to keep your eyes open for suspicious activity. If you see a […]

OurWeeklyNews.com Complete Edition 7.23.16


The Weekly News covers community news for Chino, Chino Hills, Diamond Bar, Walnut, Rowland Heights and surrounding areas of San Gabriel Valley and the Inland Empire. Click this link to access the complete issue in PDF format:2016-Jul23-Weekly-WEB

A Better Place

By Sarah Sanchez I went on a mission trip to Haiti with a team a few years ago, and the team and I always talk about how much we miss Haiti. But I think it’s strange that we’re talking about how much we miss a Third World country, where people live in poverty and barely […]

An Unforgettable Week

By Pastor Mark Hopper   One of the highlights of summer at our church is Vacation Bible School.  Many others churches in the community also offer VBS in June, July or August. Vacation Bible School is a huge undertaking.  We will have over 100 volunteers serving in a variety of capacities to make this week possible. The […]

When God Says No

By Pastor Mark Lee   As babies, one of the first words we learn to say is “no.”  In fact, this negative reply quickly becomes a regular part of our vocabulary.  However, the fact that this simple two-letter word is universally understood by people of various ages, cultures, and backgrounds doesn’t make it any easier […]

Ask Clark’s

Q: “What are Enzymes and why do I need them?” – from Victor of Eastvale   A: Simply put, enzymes help the body digest our foods so that we get all of the necessary nutrients for good health. A great example of this can be seen when rice carbohydrates, also known as complex carbohydrates are […]

All The Great Books Abridged

Staff Reports Chino Hills- On July 22 at 7 p.m., a 98-minute theatrical performance will be held and presented by The Chino Hills Arts Committee (chARTS), a branch of the Chino Hills Community Foundation, and the Bravo Company called All the Great Books Abridged. This event will be held at the Chino Hills Community Center […]

Energizing Breakfasts For Weekday Mornings

Photo Courtesy: StatePoint

By StatePoint Greens for breakfast might sound unconventional, but starting the day with vegetables is a fantastic way to check off some of the daily requirements for vitamins and minerals, plus get the energy needed to stay full and focused all morning. If your family isn’t exactly keen on greens, these simple breakfast items can […]

Police Dog Attacks Man In Eastvale

Dog Attack Picture

Staff Reports   Eastvale – An Eastvale resident was attacked by a former Police dog earlier this month, which resulted in the man being sent to the hospital and the dog being stabbed. On Sunday, July 3, a 20-year-old resident saw a male German shepherd wandering loose along Ruby Giant Court. According to an animal control […]

Stolen Car And Property Returned

By Racine Guajardo Chino Hills– On July 3, a residential burglary and grand theft auto was reported on the 15000 block of Aqueduct Lane in Chino Hills before 7 a.m. The two suspects were later identified as Jose Sandoval, 33-year-old resident of Ontario and Christopher Ross, 22-year-old resident of Montclair. The Chino Hills Deputies were […]

Pan-Seared Salmon

Photo courtesy: Hello Fresh

with Arugula-Mint Pesto, Quinoa Salad, and Char-Broiled Snap Peas By Hello Fresh Cooking Time: 30 min. Servings: 2 Nutrition: Calories: 750 cal, Fat: 43g, Sat. Fat: 3 g, Protein: 50g, Carbs: 42 g, Sugar: 3 g, Sodium: 200 mg, Fiber: 7 g Ingredients: Salmon- 12oz. Arugula- 2 oz. Mint- ¼ oz. White Quinoa- ½ cup […]

Dog License Fee Increase

City of Diamond Bar Diamond Bar – Diamond Bar dog owners are advised that new licensing fees went into effect as of July 1. Annual license fees for altered (spayed or neutered) dogs went from $15 to $20, and from $35 to $50 for unaltered dogs. The fee paid by senior dog owners is the […]

Search And Rescue

Staff Reports San Bernardino County– A 911 call was received to Victor Valley Station on July 9 around 7:45 p.m. from a distraught female in regards to her husband, who went OHV riding of the El Mirage Dry Lake Bed and had not returned. She provided the deputies with information as to exactly the color […]

Nearby Places For Summer Fun

Photo courtesy: Racine Guajardo

Applewhite Picnic Area And Campground By Racine Guajardo   Lytle Creek– Looking for family-oriented outdoor fun? Applewhite picnic area and campground is fun for families of all ages. The Applewhite Picnic and Campground areas are located off the 15 freeway, exiting Sierra and North onto Lytle Creek Road, just three miles north of the Lytle […]

July 2016 SGV News

SGV News covers Diamond Bar, Walnut, La Puente, Rowland Heights and surrounding areas of the San Gabriel Valley; portions of the western Inland Empire; and northern Orange County. Click this link to access the complete issue in PDF format: 2016-07-SGVNews-WEB

Recent Recalls

By Racine Guajardo Here is a new list of some recent recalls: General Mills voluntarily recalls a limited quantity of Frozen Beyond Meat Vegetarian Indian Curry with Beyond Chicken: General Mills today announced a voluntary recall of a limited quantity of frozen Beyond Meat Vegetarian Indian Curry with Beyond Chicken, produced over seven days in […]

Apex Lawyers, Inc. Can Help With Your Legal Needs

Law doesn’t need to be as complicated as some firms make it out to be Staff Reports If you have a legal issue and aren’t sure what your next step is, call the experts at Apex Lawyers, Inc.! Apex Lawyers, Inc. is a full service boutique law firm that strongly believes in forming relationships with […]

Straight Talk With Danice

  A letter from J.C. Q: I recently hired a personal trainer at the gym.  He is very helpful and I’ve learned a lot from him but I want to discontinue his services because he talks about politics all the time.  I don’t agree with his views and I just want to workout and not […]

CNUSD Parent Center Officially Opens in Corona

: CNUSD officials celebrate the Parent Center officially opening last month

CNUSD Corona – On June 7, the CNUSD Parent Center opened its doors with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Attended by City Council members, the CNUSD Board of Education, CNUSD Administrators, staff, and community members, the launch of the Parent Center is a critical component in the district’s Local Control Accountability Plan. Goal 6 of the […]


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