Your Platform

By Pastor Dennis Morales “And I told them of the hand of my God which had been good upon me…” Nehemiah 2:18. You have a platform.  It’s essentially something that enables you to be heard.  Speakers often stand upon a “soapbox” or a “stage” to be heard and make plain their message to their hearers.  […]

Ask Clark’s

“What can I do to age well?” – a letter from Jim of Corona By Clark’s Nutrition   It is best said by Reebok “a body in motion stays in motion”.   Activation of muscle is the most important feature for keeping healthy and abundant muscle tissue on the body. Why is muscle tissue so important? […]

DUI Checkpoint Scheduled for Friday, August 26

CHINO, CA – Chino Police Department Traffic Unit will be conducting a DUI/Drivers License Checkpoint on Friday, August 26, 2016 between the hours of 8:00 p.m. and 3:00 a.m. The deterrent effect of DUI checkpoints is a proven resource in reducing the number of persons killed and injured in alcohol or drug involved crashes.  Research […]

Say Hello To Our New Assistant Editor

Racine Guajardo new Assistant Editor

By Sarah Sanchez    Chino – We are proud to welcome Racine Guajardo as our new Assistant Editor for all our newspapers:,, and the “Racine has done such a fantastic job with her creativity, ongoing support of responsible journalism, creative writing, and constant input towards making this paper more informative; she deserves this promotion,” said Michael Armijo, […]

Blind Religion Warning

By Pastor Robert Jewett   Adam and Eve’s two eldest boys had dramatically different responses to God (Gen. 4:3-8).  Cain, a farmer, brought the Lord an offering “of the fruit” of the ground.  There was no need to trust God with sharing from his abundance.  On the other hand, Abel, a shepherd, brought the firstborn […]

History 101

When was the first U.S. driver’s license issued? By Elizabeth Nix on In 1886, German inventor Karl Benz patented what is generally regarded as the first modern car. Less than two decades later, in 1903, Massachusetts and Missouri became the first states to require a driver’s license, although it wasn’t necessary to pass a test […]

Jerk Chicken And Peach Skewers


with Curried Rice Pilaf By Hello Fresh   We’ve taken skewers to a whole new level with this Jamaican-inspired recipe. Our jerk seasoning will knock your socks off with a combination of 12 different herbs and spices. Add in tender chicken, sweet fruit, and curried rice, and you’ve got yourself a sweet and savory meal […]

ABC PR VP Advances within Her Life


Staff Reports  Sarah Sanchez, the Vice President of Public Relations for ABC Public Relations and the Editor of Armijo News served her last day last Friday to begin a job within her field, counseling. She was with the company for over 9 years, spanning from her summer job she began while in high school. “It’s […]

Whom Then Shall I Fear?

By Pastor Mark Lee Several years ago, a study was released connecting common worries with actual outcomes.  Subjects were asked to write down their fears over an extended period of time.  They were later asked to review their concerns and identify which came to fruition.  Remarkably, approximately 85 percent of what the subjects worried about […]

Help An Eastvale Resident Achieve Her Last Wish

Photo courtesy: Karen’s GoFund Me : Karen Nordgren is asking for help in achieving her last wish since she was recently only given 6 months to 2 years to live.

By Racine Guajardo   Eastvale– Karen Nordgren, an Eastvale resident, suffers from a very rare primary immunodeficiency disorder (genetic) that causes constant ghastly respiratory infections. But she also suffers from Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, which is the biggest cause of the short term life that she given to live. With no history of even smoking […]

Chino’s Hidden Treasure: Clark’s Nutrition

Clark’s is open 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. every day. Stop by for yourselves and experience Clark’s great customer service, knowledgeable staff, and affordable pricing. Visit

Staff Reports    Chino – Have you ever heard of Clark’s Nutrition? Imagine a Whole Foods, Sprouts, Trader Joes, and Nutrishop all under one roof… in your back yard, Chino! Clark’s Nutrition & Natural Foods Market is a rare find in the natural foods industry. If you haven’t discovered this amazing store yet, it is […]

Great Things Happening At CNUSD

Staff Reports A variety of great things happened in the Corona Norco Unified School District this last month. Read the recap below for more information. Centennial Football Coach Matt Logan was chosen to participate in “America’s Best Coach Contest.” He was one of 20 coaches that were selected to be part of the nation-wide honor […]

Choosing A Road

By Pastor Ed Moreno In Matthew 7:13-14, Jesus says that there are two gates and two roads.  There’s the wide gate and the broad road, and then there’s the small gate and the narrow road. It is easier to get through a wide gate, and it’s easier to travel on a broad road. But being […]

Smart & Final Comes To Eastvale

Staff Reports Eastvale – The City of Eastvale recently announced that they will be welcoming a Smart & Final Extra to the new shopping center that will built on the corner of Limonite and Sumner.  The Smart & Final groundbreaking will be in the next few weeks of August and the store is expected to […]

Cluster Mailbox Theft/Security FAQ


City of Eastvale   Who is responsible for our mailboxes and cluster mailboxes? The mailboxes and cluster mailboxes used throughout the city are federal property under the United States Postal Service (USPS). They are controlled by the United States Postal Service, a branch of the federal government. What should I do if my mailbox is […]

Eastvale Dances For Finley

Photo courtesy: JCSD
Local Synergy cheer and dance team posed with 3-year-old Finley Smallwood and her mom Christina at the 65th Street LIVE Concert in the Park in Eastvale. The event was organized by JCSD so the community could dance for Finley and help raise money for her surgery.

Staff Reports Eastvale – Hundreds of community members gathered on July 29 at Harada Heritage Park for the 65th Street LIVE Concerts in the Park to dance for one special Eastvale resident: 3-year-old Finely Smallwood. The Jurupa Community Services District (JCSD) Parks and Recreation Department organized the event so the community can come together to […]

Eastvale Community News Complete Edition August 2016


The Eastvale Community News covers local news for Eastvale, Norco, Corona, and Chino. Click the following link to access the complete issue in pdf format:2016-08-EastvaleNews-FULL

Gods Path Or Your Path

By Pastor Rob Norris Think about Him in all your ways, and He will guide you on the right paths. Proverbs 3:6 Although the Lord showers His goodness on all men and women, the ability to perceive and enjoy it is limited by a refusal to reverence Him as God. To experience the fullness of […]

Crime Recap

Staff Reports Eastvale– The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department, including Eastvale Police and Corona Police, have done a great job combating crime in the area. Read a recap below to see what happened in the month of July. Eastvale – On July 4, Eastvale Police Department responded to assist Cal-Fire who was on scene of a […]

Did You Know?

Street Sweeping days and times vary based on location

Eastvale Street Sweeping Reminder City of Eastvale   Eastvale – The City of Eastvale contracts through Waste Management with Dickson Street Sweeping for street sweeping services. This service ensures that all City-approved arterial, residential, industrial and alley roadways are kept clean. Maintaining clean streets keeps the City of Eastvale beautiful and complies with the South […]


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