When Steak Met Potatoes

and Creamed Kale with Peppercorn Sauce By Hello Fresh   Cooking Time: 30 min. Servings: 4 Nutrition: Calories: 525 Ingredients: Yukon Gold Potatoes- 24 oz. Kale- 8 oz Shallot- 2 Black Peppercorns- ½ tsp Sirloin Steak- 24 oz Beef Stock Concentrate- 2 Sour Cream- 8 tbsp Oil- 2 tbsp Butter- 2 tbsp   Preparation: Preheat […]

Don’t Laugh

By Mark Hopper   Recently we had a clean up day to get ready for our church’s 50th birthday party.  There was one specific area on our property that really needed some sprucing up. The ground cover was thinning out and we agreed to order some new mulch and bark to make it look better.The area that we […]

History 101

October 17, 1931: Al Capone Goes to Prison By History.com   On this day in 1931, gangster Al Capone is sentenced to 11 years in prison for tax evasion and fined $80,000, signaling the downfall of one of the most notorious criminals of the 1920s and 1930s. Alphonse Gabriel Capone was born in Brooklyn, New […]

What Does 4% vs. 6% Mean?

By Sarah Sanchez Southern California – What does 4% opposed to 6% really mean? If you’re selling your home, you’ll pay a 6% commission to the realtors. But with Gil Rivera from SellYourCasa.com you’ll only pay 4% for the SAME AMOUNT OF WORK! So if your home sells for $500,000, at 6% you’ll fork over […]

3 Things Everyone Living with Arthritis Should Know

By StatePoint Arthritis includes more than 100 rheumatic diseases and conditions that affect joints. If you are living with arthritis, here are a few things you should consider. 1. Arthritis can affect people of all ages. Many people think of arthritis as an affliction that only affects adults as they reach old age or athletes […]

Chino Resident Wins Bravery Award

By Anthony Saude Chino– California Partnership to end domestic violence is a coalition that represents survivors, organizations, advocates and allied individuals working to support survivors of domestic violence has an annual awards reception in Fresno California. This year they honored Tracy Evanson, a Chino resident and the founder of Healed Women Heal, with the Bravery […]

Wireless Tips for Boomers

By StatePoint There are currently more than 93 million Americans in the U.S. over age 55, according to Census data, and the vast majority (74 percent) of them have a smartphone. And that number keeps growing. In addition, Baby Boomers spend an average of 149 minutes a day on their smartphones — about as much […]

You Can Get A Ticket For Walking In The Street

By Michael Armijo California – As kids, our parents warned us heavily to never ever walk in the middle of the street. It was viewed as a spot where no one could go. However, looking around today, it is clear to see that the sidewalk has become more of a suggestion than a requirement. More […]

Chino Rotary Club

The Chino Rotary Club donated $500 to Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Inland Empire/ Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County this afternoon at our weekly meeting. We also learned how Big Brothers Big Sisters is helping to change the lives of youths in our community. What do you know about Big Brothers Big […]

There Is No Win In Quit

By Sean Ortiz Have you ever started something and quit?  Maybe it was difficult or you believed you could not do it.  Why do we need to learn to not Quit… In our marriages, with our children, in our relationship with Christ.Because there is no Win in Quit.  We won’t grow.  We won’t see the victory.  […]

Walnut High Celebrates New Tennis Courts

By Kelli Gile WALNUT, CA— Walnut High students, teachers, staff, and district officials recently gathered during a tennis court grand reopening celebration.Over the summer, the courts were resurfaced, and playing surfaces painted a blue hue – the signature color of the U.S. Open – with grey around the outside. The project also included installation of […]

Sources of a Down Payment

By Nef Cortez How much money does a person have to have in order to buy one’s home? The answer to this question, of course, varies in many ways. One variable is in what city one decides to make their home. That decision, of course, will affect the price of homes that a person has […]

History 101

OCTOBER 09, 1967 : CHE GUEVARA IS EXECUTED History.com On this day in 1967, socialist revolutionary and guerilla leader Che Guevara, age 39, is killed by the Bolivian army. The U.S.-military-backed Bolivian forces captured Guevara on October 8 while battling his band of guerillas in Bolivia and assassinated him the following day. His hands were […]

Man With A Gun

By Anthony Saude Diamond Bar – LASD Deputies from the Walnut/Diamond Bar Station responded to a call regarding a man with a gun at the intersection of Diamond Bar Blvd and Fountain Springs Drive. The Deputies were able to apprehend the male suspect without any incident. Mark Hopper, a witness at the scene, said “he was […]

Smoky Beef and Poblano Chili

with Kidney Beans, Cheddar Cheese, and Sour Cream   By Hello Fresh   Take a quick trip to New Mexico by simmering smoky poblanos with ground beef, tomatoes, kidney beans, chili powder, and cumin. With a dollop of sour cream and a sprinkle of cheddar cheese to cool things off, this dish is as creamy […]

A People, Not a Steeple

By Mark Hopper   I have shared in my last few articles that our church’s 50th birthday party is coming up on Saturday, October 21st.  I was asked to look through some old photos and put together a short visual history of our church. I enjoyed my assignment and spent several hours looking through many photos that went […]

OurWeeklyNews.com Complete Edition 10.07.17

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: Weekly10.7.2017

Cal State LA student from La Puente receives CSU Trustees’ Award

Staff Reports La Puente – Cal State LA student from La Puente receives CSU Trustees’ Award for Outstanding AchievementAnthony Robles never imagined that he would attend a university. As a youth, he was arrested and faced a seemingly bleak future. But Tuesday, Robles was one of 23 students to receive the 2017 California State University […]

Choose, Connect, and See the Difference at Walnut Hills Optometry

Staff Reports   Walnut – Do you know WHO will care for your eyes? Great news! Walnut Hills Optometry is moving to a larger location, just one block away from old location. Starting on January 20 this new location will open its doors to satisfy all your optometry care needs.  For many years, Walnut Hills […]

Walnut Valley USD Board Honors Outstanding Student, Parent

By Kelli Gile   Walnut—The Walnut Valley USD Board of Trustees recognized a standout student and parent volunteer from Vejar Elementary School during the September 20 meeting. Fifth grader Talisa Perez received the Super Star Student Award for going above and beyond on her campus. “Talisa is known by students, teachers, and the staff for […]