Chino Hills to change water rates, allocations for residents

Anthony Saude  Chino Hills – City leaders in Chino Hills are going to propose a plan to allocate water to customers based on their needs.  The proposal would allow all households a “water budget” – or allocation. Their budget would be based on the number of people living at the location, their daily household usage, the landscaped outdoor area and the weather. Customers would pay a lower rate for water if […]

Korean Beef Bibimbap

with Zucchini, Mushrooms and Carrot   By Hello Fresh   Cooking Time: 30 mins Servings: 4 Nutrition: 760 Calories Ingredients:   Zucchini- 2 Button Mushrooms- 8 oz Scallions- 4 Carrot- 2 Ginger- 2 thumbs Garlic- 4 cloves Jasmine Rice 1 1/2 cups White Wine Vinegar- 10 tsp Sesame Oil- 2 tbsp Sriracha- 4 tsp Soy […]

5 Stand-Out Mother’s Day Gift Ideas

By StatePoint Need a Mother’s Day gift that truly shines? Take these fun and practical ideas into consideration.   A clean house. Let Mom take a load off now and again. Hire a cleaning service once a month for a year, or if you’re on a budget, do it yourself. From laundry to dishes — […]

How a Community Came Together To Save Him!

Brandie Altuna and Kaitlyn Valenzuela   Chino – “He’s safe!” whispered Principal Dr. Cabrera, as she walked out of the Chino Valley Unified School District office. After that board meeting, everyone was relieved. However, earlier that afternoon, anxiety and frustration flooded the room. Daniel Pahutan About 200+ people showed up to support Coach Gano. It was surreal to see how many people cared for their beloved […]

Draft Environmental Impact Report

By City of Eastvale   This notice is to advise the City of Eastvale has prepared a Draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR), which is being distributed for public review pursuant to the California Public Resources Code and the California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines (CEQA Guidelines). The City is the Lead Agency for the proposed project. […]

Diamond Bar Homes Sales Update

By Nef Cortez    Homes Sales Down! True Home prices up! Median Sales Price is down! The trends have changed. The lower number of sales usually indicates a lower sales volume, and so do home prices. The fact that the number of homes sales in Diamond Bar decreased for a third consecutive quarter is not […]

Rocky Bettar Named Adult Ed Administrator of the Year

Staff Reports  ROWLAND HEIGHTS –– Rowland Unified Superintendent Dr. Julie Mitchell announced that Rocky Bettar, Director of Adult Education/Career Preparation, has been named as the statewide Adult Education Administrator of the Year by the Association of California School Administrators (ACSA). Bettar is considered an industry expert in the adult education field by his peers. He has been a leader in adult […]

Anxiety and Our Youth

By Nancy Stoops  I have been a psychotherapist for eighteen years and have worked with people of all ages with various issues.  I’m constantly amazed when I have a child or teen brought to me for anxiety issues. We seem to have created a generation that feels very inadequate and struggles with growing up and being successful.  The issues this generation worries about are […]

HEALTHY LIVING: Drug and Alcohol Abuse: A Growing Problem for Those Growing Old

By StatePoint    Misuse and abuse of drugs and alcohol among the elderly is one of the fastest growing health problems in the U.S., according to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), yet it can often be mistaken for normal aging behavior.    The statistics are alarming: according to The National Council on […]

New Best Buy policy; CD’s will no longer be sold in stores

Joel Chavez  Best Buy announces that as of July 1st they will no longer be selling CD’s in stores. Best Buy has already informed its music suppliers that they will not have any CD’s in stock in the stores. The new era of streaming music from phones has removed CD’s from their place.  Best Buy […]

New Principals Appointed in Walnut Valley

By Kelli Gile  Walnut— The Walnut Valley USD Board of Trustees recently appointed two familiar faces as new school leaders.   Whitney Prenger has been named principal at Vejar Elementary and Amy Smith is principal at Suzanne Middle School.   Both longtime WVUSD administrators have served as interim principals for several months.  Prenger brings 12 years of educational experience in her new […]

Riverside County Sheriff’s That Thwarted Norco College Attack Is Honored

By Anthony Saude Norco – The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department team, who were responsible for thwarting an attack on Norco College, were honored by the Norco City Council. The forward thinking team used creative methods to stop the attack before the suspect could even start it. All together there were about 20-30 people who worked […]

City Council Reviews City’s Long-Term Financial Outlook

Staff Reports  Norco – At a public Study Session on April 4, 2018, the Norco City Council received a presentation from staff regarding the long-term financial outlook of the City’s General Fund and various Capital Project Funds used for the construction, replacement and maintenance of City streets, trails, buildings, parks and parking lots. The video recording […]

Inland Christian Home: Quality Environment For Seniors

Staff Reports Ontario- Inland Christian Home, was founded by a number of local churches and began providing services in 1978. The primary mission of the community is a reflection of the heritage of its founders: to provide quality affordable individualized careto seniors in a Christian environment, it’s a place you can feel right at home. […]

Humor Me

By Rob Norris  2 Corinthians 4:5 We do not preach about ourselves. We preach about Jesus Christ. We say that he is Lord. And we serve you because of him. It’s always dangerous to make assumptions. I am reminded of the businesswoman who found herself with an extra hour of airport down time. She bought […]

Wanna Get Away? AAA Travel Has Your Ticket

By Anthony Saude I had always wanted to be an AAA member, if for nothing else, so I didn’t have to go to the DMV and stand in line for hours on end just to register my car. When I walked into the office I was delighted to see that they offered so many other […]

Planes of Fame Air Show

STAFF REPORTS Chino – Look to the skies on the weekend of May 5 and 6 between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. and watch all your favorite Planes of Fame as they soar through the skies at the Chino Airport. This year’s air show will be featuring over 40 historic aircraft, including P-47 Thunderbolts, P-38 […]

5 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day

By StatePoint   April 22 is Earth Day, an annual opportunity to celebrate the natural world and get involved in short- and long-term efforts to protect the environment. Here are five ways to celebrate.   Volunteer. Many neighborhoods and communities around the country host volunteer clean-ups to honor Earth Day. Find one in your area […]

Eastvale is the Most Diverse City in So Cal

By Anthony Saude   Eastvale – We Americans love to boast about our diversity and California can be heard above all other claiming the title of most diverse. It is a very prestigious title indeed when you really look into what diversity can mean to a community. Different cultures, languages, ideas and experiences naturally will […]

Motorcyclist Killed, Corona Man Arrested

By Anthony Saude Corona – A Corona man was arrested for allegedly driving under the influence when he collided with a motorcyclist early Sunday morning. The collision on the westbound 60 Freeway in Jurupa Valley left the motorcyclist, a Menifee resident, dead, the California Highway Patrol said Monday, April 2. Tonga Tavake, 59, died at the […]