Parent Arrested On School Grounds

By Anthony Saude Chino – Howard Cattle Elementary School in Chino was placed on lock down for both students and staff when school administrators had to deal with an irate parent. She was later arrested by Chino Police on suspicion of making criminal threats. Gisele Chiquito was booked into West Valley Detention Center in Rancho […]

Make Your Backyard Extreme

By Michael Armijo Companies come and go, so longevity is key when you’re modifying your home, both inside and out. Extreme Backyard Designs is a testimony of longevity as their family run business has been designing outdoor entertainment centers with name brand components for over 20 years. “A key component to staying in business so […]

The Ultimate Healthy Blueberry Crumble

¾ cup (75g) old-fashioned oats (gluten-free if necessary and measured like this) ¼ cup (30g) whole wheat flour or millet* flour (measured like this) 1 tsp. ground cinnamon 2 tbsp. (30mL) pure maple syrup, room temperature 1 ½ tbsp. (21g) unsalted butter, melted 6 cups (840g) blueberries 3 tbsp (24g) cornstarch Preheat the oven to […]

The Amazing Power of Positive Thinking

By Nancy Stoops I’m always told that I’m a very positive thinker despite all the tragedy my life has brought me.  Yes I’ve experienced many horrific things in my life.  I don’t focus on all that I have lost and on all of the death that I have experienced in my life.  I stay focused […]

Sheriff Golf Tournament Honors Former Mayor

Staff Reports Walnut, Diamond Bar – The Walnut-Diamond Bar Sheriff’s Booster Club will host a golf tournament in honor of former Diamond Bar Mayor Jack Tanaka on April 2, 2018. Tanaka passed away in August of last year after a battle with cancer. He spent 10 years as a city council member and mayor. “Jack was always […]

Two Local Wrestlers Take State Title

By Chris Helsinger-Pate   Corona – A highly competitive wrestling team from Santiago High School sent three wrestlers to the CIF State Boys’ Wrestling tournament. Brayden Ray, Joshua Kim, and Jesse Vasquez traveled to Bakersfield to represent their team. Senior Brayden Ray, a competitor in the 220-pound weight class, notes that he has “…had to […]

Impossible (Part 2)

By Mark Hopper A few weeks ago, I shared that the foundation of the Christian faith is the resurrection of Jesus from the dead.  Easter Sunday is the day that Christians around the world celebrate this important and remarkable event. For many people it just seems impossible. Why would anyone believe that a dead person […]

Debris Flies Through Windshield, Kills Eastvale Man

By Anthony Saude Eastvale – A 24-year-old man from Eastvale was killed Wednesday afternoon when metal debris was launched in the air by a vehicle and crashed through the windshield of the vehicle the victim was driving on the westbound Foothill (210) Freeway in Duarte. The man died at the scene about 12:45 p.m. at […]

Upcoming Road Closures for “Every Fifteen Minutes” Program at Ayala HS

Staff Reports   Chino Hills – Ruben S. Ayala High School students will safely experience the devastation caused by a drunk driving accident as part of the “Every 15 Minutes” program on Thursday, March 22nd. Peyton Drive will be closed for part of the morning. The simulated “accident scene” will be set up on Peyton […]

St. Jude Medical Center to Hold Free Class for Kidney Stone Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment

Staff Reports   Fullerton – Join us at St. Jude Medical Center for a FREE class on the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of kidney stones on March 20 at 6:30 pm. Eric Tygenhof M.D. a board certified urologist will be discussing steps you can take to prevent kidney stones and the latest treatment options available. […] Complete Edition 3.17.18

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Best Seat in the Class

By Kelli Gile Classrooms transform with flexible seating options DIAMOND BAR—Several Walnut Valley educators are discovering that flexible seating classrooms are providing learning environments that kids need. Flexible classrooms give students a choice in what kind of learning space works best for them, and helps them work collaboratively, communicate, and engage in critical thinking. At […]

Diamond Bar “Fix and Flip”

By Nef Cortez Are there fix and flip opportunities in Diamond Bar? It appears there are. Generally, fix and flip opportunities are more common in communities that are long established, where the housing stock is older, and the combination of time and deferred maintenance intersect to provide the “perfect storm” that allows for the fix […]

One-Pan Orzo italiano

with Chicken Sausage, Tomatoes, and Spinach   By Hello Fresh   Cooking Time: 30 mins Servings: 2 Nutrition: 550 Calories Ingredients:   Garlic- 2 cloves Baby Spinach- 5 oz Lemon- 1 Grape Tomatoes- 4 oz Parsley- 1/4 oz Italian Chicken Sausage- 6 oz Orzo Pasta- 2/3 cup Italian Seasoning- 1/2 tbsp Chicken Stock Concentrate- 1 […]

Neighborhood Watch Program

By Anthony Saude Walnut – In case you were unaware, the City of Walnut has an ongoing Neighborhood Watch Program that is always interested in recruiting volunteers. Over the years it has been proven over and over again, that Neighborhood Watch Programs lower crime rates within the neighborhoods they patrol. If there is one thing […]

Diet vs. Exercise: Which is Better for Weight Loss?

By StatePoint What’s more important: diet or exercise? Anyone who’s tried to lose weight and maintain a healthy lifestyle has likely asked this question. Sixty-eight percent of people want to lose 10 pounds or more, according to a recent Harris Poll on behalf of Nutrisystem. March is National Nutrition Month, and a good time to […]

Purse Snatch Suspect Arrested

Courtesy of Pomona PD Pomona – On March 6, 2018, Suspect Joseph approached the female adult victim on Holt Bl at Eleanor St. and forcefully took a bag filled with personal items from her. The victim was able to flag down a passing neighborhood. The suspect was able to hide in a nearby backyard officer. […]

Evergreen Odyssey Of The Mind Team Qualifies For State Tourney

By Kelli Gile DIAMOND BAR—Evergreen Elementary STEAM Odyssey of the Mind team won first place in the Los Angeles County regional competition held on February 24. The champions will now go on to compete at the state level March 24 at University of California, Riverside. The Odyssey of the Mind program promotes creativity and problem […]

Chino Man Gets Three Years For Embezzlement

By Anthony Saude   Chino – Robert Leland Johnson IV, a 39 year-old former securities broker and Chino resident, was sentenced to three years in state prison after he plead guilty to multiple counts of felony grand theft. This was in connection with the embezzlement of nearly $1.1 million as reported by the San Bernardino […]

Healing Your Heart and Spirit

By Nancy Stoops It takes an incredible amount of courage to start therapy.   Many people start therapy but leave just as they are really starting to deal with their core issues.  In order to really heal, a person must not only face their demons but take them on and beat them.  This is a scary […]