Students Take Top Awards in National Math Olympiad

By Kelli Gile WALNUT – More than fifty students from Suzanne Middle School joined nearly 150,000 students in the United States during the 2017-18 Math Olympiad.   The annual contest enables “mathletes” to challenge themselves and to compete against other students nationwide.   Math Olympiad is comprised of five monthly contests held from November through […]

Homeownership is Good for Kids

By Nef Cortez Homeownership has long been lauded as an important factor in the success of children in school and subsequently in their careers. Much research and many studies have been completed with analysis on the beneficial impacts of homeownership on children. This fact has long been used by the real estate and lending industries […]

Meltdowns Happen – Autism Mom

By Melody Kraemer Meltdowns are ok.  Oh wait, maybe you think I’m referring to children. I’m not! I am talking about a mommy meltdown.  In fact, today was that day that my patience ran out, and my autistic boys were in full form of being “needy.”  Have you ever heard someone say “I just can’t adult today!”  […]

Making the Most of Local Produce

By StatePoint Fresh, local produce is in its prime, making now the perfect time to take part in the farm-to-table movement. Whether you join a community supported agriculture (CSA) group or shop at your local farmers’ market, it’s easy to taste the elevated flavor profile of just-picked fruits and veggies.   Make the most of […]

Giving Back on Your Summer Vacation

By StatePoint Hitting the road this summer and want to do something good for the world along the way? Consider using your summer road trip as an opportunity to give back to the communities you visit. For some inspiration, check out these great ways Americans are rethinking vacations to include a touch of philanthropy. Driving […]

Capt. Goodman exits, Walker enters

Anthony Saude Chino Hills – Captain Darren Goodman, chief of police for Chino Hills, will retire from the San Bernardino Sheriff’s Department after 27 years of service. He will move down the road a ways to become the Chief of Police for the city of Upland. His last day on the job in Chino Hills […]

Garden Quesadillas

with Pico de Gallo and Chipotle Mayo   By Hello Fresh   Cooking Time: 30 mins Servings: 4 Nutrition: 620 Calories Ingredients:   Red Onion- 1 Bell Pepper- 2 Zucchini- 2 Dried Oregano- 2 tsp Cilantro- 1/4 oz Roma Tomato- 2 Lime- 1 Mayonnaise- 2 tbsp Chipotle Powder- 1 tsp Flour Tortillas- 8 Mozarella Cheese- […]

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 care to seniors in a Christian environment, it’s a place you can feel right […]

Attitude Is Everything

By Nancy Stoops Do you see a half filled glass as half empty or as half full?  Do you tend to see what’s wrong with your life or do you focus on what is right with your life?  Would you consider yourself a negative person or a positive person?  Do you wake up everyday being […]

5 Transient Women Sexually Assaulted: Suspect Arrested

By Anthony Saude Pomona – A man who is suspected of sexually assaulting and raping five transient women in the City of Pomona was arrested earlier this week by Pomona Police Detectives. David Tymel Cummings is the 39-year-old transient man who was  arrested for two counts of 261(a)(2) PC- Rape by Force or Fear and […]

Board Member Files Claim Against CVUSD

By Anthony Saude Chino– Some Don Lugo parents say they are satisfied with the way the school and the district handled investigations into sexual hazing incidents last year that involved freshmen on the football team. In Contrast to the statements made by Chino Valley school board member Irene Hernandez-Blair. The parents speaking at a school board […]

Diamond Bar Restaurant Closed By Health Board

By Anthony Saude Diamond Bar – Cockroach, dirt and debris found near hanging ducks at Diamond Bar restaurant, and other health inspections in the San Gabriel Valley Not only did a health inspector find numerous live and dead cockroaches during a visit to a Chinese restaurant in Diamond Bar, she also discovered filthy conditions and […]

Slippery Stickers

By Mark Hopper Recently I took one of my grandchildren to one of my favorite fast food restaurants.  She loves the french fries and I love the burgers.  Yummm!   The nice lady at the cash register took our order and then handed a page of stickers to my granddaughter.  This small page of stickers […]

OurWeeklyNews.com Complete Edition 07/07/18

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: WEB.2018-7-7.WeeklyNews

Pork Luau Burgers

with Pineapple Relish and Green Salad   By Hello Fresh   Cooking Time: 35 mins Servings: 4 Nutrition: 740 Calories Ingredients:   Garlic- 2 tsp Cilantro- 1/4 oz Red Onion- 1 Pineapple- 8 oz Ground Pork- 20 oz Soy Sauce- 2 tbsp Honey- .32 oz Persian Cucumbers- 2 Brioche Buns- 4 Spring Mix Lettuce- 4 […]

The Winner of Your Personal Revolution

By Nancy Stoops Do you ever feel like you just need to make a huge change?  Are you afraid and so you stay stuck because this is what you have always done?  Maybe it’s time to have a personal revolution and really shake things up.  I think it starts by making a list of what […]

Must-Know Health Tips for Summer Vacation

By StatePoint More than half of Americans are planning to take a vacation this summer, according to a Bankrate survey. While these excursions are meant to be fun and relaxing, road trips and long flights can lead to health risks that you know about, like jet lag, and some you may not be familiar with, […]

History 101

July 7, 1930: Building of Hoover Dam Begins By History.com On this day in 1930, construction of the Hoover Dam begins. Over the next five years, a total of 21,000 men would work ceaselessly to produce what would be the largest dam of its time, as well as one of the largest manmade structures in the world. […]

What You Need to Know Before Firing up the Grill

By StatePoint Summer is officially here and with seven in 10 U.S. adults owning a grill or smoker, according to the Hearth, Patio & Barbecue Association, for many, that means it’s time to cook up mouth-watering dishes and invite friends and family over for a barbeque.   But be careful. Grill fires are all too […]

Strong Feather

By Mark Hopper I have probably written about this in the past, but I was reminded of it again when my wife and I were in Arizona recently.   My wife and I grew up in the Phoenix area in the 1950’s and 1960’s.  We actually met during our freshman year at Scottsdale High School.  […]