Chino City Manager’s Contract Extended

By Anthony Saude Chino – Matt Ballantyne is so well thought of by Chino mayor Eunice Ulloa and the rest of the city council that they unanimously voted to extend his contract four more years until 2023. The decision was voted on during the city council’s regular meeting on Tuesday, February 6. The feeling of […]

City of Diamond Bar Bridal Show

By Anthony Saude Diamond Bar – Are you planning on getting married someday or again? This event can help you with ideas and planning even if your plans aren’t in the near future. Everybody thinks and dreams about their dream wedding their whole lives. The City of Diamond Bar Bridal show is the place to […]

Everyday Heroes

By Nancy Stoops There is so much good left in our world.  I run into wonderful people daily.  In my eyes you don’t have to acquire super powers or wear a cape to be a hero.  For me, a hero is somebody that models all the good characteristics one should have.  A hero is a […]

Impossible

By Mark Hopper In C.S. Lewis’s famous book, “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe”, there is a remarkable scene where the evil White Witch killed the powerful Lion named Aslan.  Aslan had willingly surrendered himself to the Witch.  She and her minions had bound, ridiculed and humiliated the Lion and she had personally killed […]

OurWeeklyNews.com Complete Edition 2.17.18

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: Weekly02.17.2018

The Obesity Epidemic in America

By Adriana Martinez Double doubles, chicken nuggets, and McFlurries have taken over our vocabulary when deciding what to eat. More and more Americans today are choosing to eat fast foods and microwaved lunches. Despite the low cost of these foods, they are costing us our health. According to the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, over […]

The Faith of the Philadelphia Eagles

By Jeremy Mercer Super Bowl LII was won in dramatic fashion by the underdog Philadelphia Eagles, 41-33, over the defending Super Bowl Champion, New England Patriots. What you may not know is how central faith in Jesus Christ is to the heart of the Eagles. Carson Wentz the starting QB, is a strong follower of […]

State Approves Norconian Property For National Register

Staff Reports Norco – The California State Historical Resources Commission unanimously voted to expand the current Lake Norconian Club Historic District to encompass the property’s World War II Naval hospital and Cold War guided missile laboratory-related buildings and grounds. Many Norco residents have supported Norco’s David and Goliath efforts and praised the Commission’s decision – […]

Eastvale Area Crime Recap: January 2018

  INCIDENT: TORTURE/ CHILD ENDANGERMENT WHEN: 1/14/2018 WHERE: 100 Block of Muir Woods Road, Perris, CA   Early Sunday morning on January 14, 2018, a 17-year old juvenile escaped from her residence situated in the 100 Block of Muir Woods Road, Perris and managed to call 911 from a cellular device she found inside the […]

Here We Grow Again

Information provided by City of Eastvale   Notice of Intent To Adopt A Mitigated Negative Declaration For South Milliken Distribution Center Project The City of Eastvale intends to adopt a Mitigated Negative Declaration (MND) for the “South Milliken Distribution Center” project (Planning Project No. PLN17-20013).  The proposed project site involves two parcels located on the […]

Black History Month

By Gisselle Guerrero Black History Month is celebrated every year in February to recognize the central role of distinguished African Americans in US history. Ever since 1976, every US President has officially designated the month of February as Black History Month. The celebration began five years after the 13th amendment abolished slavery in 1915. That […]

The Carpenter

By Michael Armijo   I received an email a while back that has always resonated with me.  I find myself thinking about it from time to time, as the words it contained often remind me to work hard and be proud of what I’ve accomplished.  It has encouraged me to continue to keep my heart […]

Listen to the Future!

Diamond Bar Musician To Perform On National Broadcast by Kelli Gile DIAMOND BAR — Diamond Bar High School percussionist Jeremy Davis is the recipient of the prestigious Jack Kent Cooke Young Artist Award. The $10,000 scholarship recipient will perform on the NPR “From the Top” live radio broadcast on Sunday, February 11 at 2 p.m. […]

Roosevelt vs. Centennial

By Chris Pate Eastvale – A year removed from a five-game sweep over Centennial High School, Roosevelt High’s Varsity Basketball team finds themselves on the opposite end of the broom after falling to the Centennial Huskies, for a second time this season, with a 63-59 loss. With the win, Centennial all but ensured yet another […]

Suzanne Somers Will Be in Loma Linda

By Anthony Saude Clark’s Nutrition is a pioneer in the health food world. They opened the doors of their first location in Riverside in 1972, long before health food became vogue. Today there are stores in Riverside, Loma Linda, Rancho Mirage and Chino. Nutrition isn’t only about the inside of our bodies; we have to […]

Eaten Out Of House…

By Nef Cortez ​…And Home!.  Many a person who is a head of a household makes this outcry when facing the burdens and responsibilities of having to provide for their families.  They feel so burdened by trying to make ends meet, such as the home mortgage, the taxes, the insurance, utilities, and food.  However, there […]

In-N-Out Coming to Eastvale

By Jaelyn Fudge Eastvale – The city of Eastvale is proud to announce that, after years of consideration, the popular fast food restaurant, In-N-Out, is finally arriving in Eastvale. The renowned burger establishment is expected to be 3,880 square feet and accommodate approximately up to 133 indoor and outdoor guests, with the inclusion of a […]

You Can Depend On You

By Nancy Stoops Just recently I had an experience that reminded me of how very capable I am and how I can depend on myself.  After my fabulous trip to Antarctica, I found out the airline to fly me home was on strike.  It seemed like I was so alone in this and must admit […]

Fun With Grandkids

16By Mark Hopper We enjoy taking care of two of our grandchildren one day a week.  They like coming to “Grammy’s” house.  I don’t know why it is not my house too, but to them it is known as “Grammy’s” house. One of the reasons they like to come to our house is that we have […]

11-Year-Old Boy Arrested On Two Robbery Charges

By Anthony Saude Chino – An 11-year-old Chino boy was and two others were arrested this week in connection with a pair of robberies that took place Sunday night in Chino. “The boy, who allegedly stole a scooter at knifepoint from a victim on the 5000 block of D Street at approximately 6:36 p.m. was […]