Believe You Can and You Will

By Nancy Stoops Just for a moment think about your mindset regarding yourself.  What is your internal dialogue?  Do you tend to tell yourself you can and so you do or do you tell yourself you can’t so you don’t.  Also what is that mindset based on and is it really your truth.  If you […]

Rents Rocketing? Part 2

By Nef Cortez Diamond Bar property values have increased tremendously over the last 8 years, as they have throughout California. Rents have also increased more than 30% for Single Family Residential (SFR) detached homes over that same period of time. This week we will look at the rental rates for Townhomes and Condominiums in Diamond […]

30 Years (Part One)

By Mark Hopper Thirty years is a long time. It is almost a third of a century. But, that is how long we have lived in Diamond Bar, California. I began my new job as the pastor of our church on June 1, 1988 – 30 years ago. My wife and kids stayed in Arizona waiting for our […]

Manhunt for Paul Erwin Black Jr.

Staff Reports La Puente – Sought in Distribution of Child Pornography, Frequents Areas of La Puente, West Covina Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s Human Trafficking Bureau detectives are seeking the public’s assistance in locating Paul Erwin Black, Jr.  He is a 49 year-old male, White transient, who is known to frequent the West Covina and […]

Police Need Your Help With Fatal Accident

By Anthony Saude   Eastvale – Crime never goes away, and the Eastvale Police Department’s Traffic Division is asking for the public’s help with an investigation that occurred four years ago. On Friday, April 25, 2014, just after midnight, Eastvale officers began a Hit-And-Run investigation at the intersection of Limonite Avenue and Hamner Avenue. The […]

Car Blazes On Grand Ave

By Michael Armijo   Diamond Bar – Anyone who drove past Summit ridge Park last week couldn’t help but notice the formerly white but now burnt out BMW X5 on fire in the parking lot at 1600 Grand Ave in the early morning hours. LA County Sheriff deputies were on hand to oversee what happened […]

David Hall Passes Away

By Anthony Saude Walnut – It is with great sadness we mourn the passing of the Regional Chamber of Commerce San Gabriel Valley Board Chair/President, Dr. David Hall, he fought courageously during his long battle with cancer.   David K. Hall, 72, passed away on Sunday, April 22, 2018, he was surrounded by friends and […] Complete Edition 5.12.18

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Walnut Resident Among 6 Arrested In Police Sting

On Monday, May 14th and Tuesday, May,15th the Pomona Police Department Special Investigations Unit (SIU) conducted an enforcement detail on the Holt Ave corridor. SIU focused its efforts on the Holt Ave. corridor where they addressed quality of life issues. During the two-day detail, undercover officers utilized unmarked police vehicles to target prostitution related crimes. 6 […]

Police Seeking Victims Of Child Arrested Pornography Predator

SUMMARY: On Tuesday, April 24, 2018, investigators from the Specialized Investigations Division, Crimes Against Children Detail, began an investigation into a cyber tip that was reported by Google. The cyber tip contained images and videos of child pornography. Investigators determined the account belonged to Juan Beltran. On May 11, 2018, at 12:27 pm, detectives, and […]

Remembering Pomona Police Officer Officer Daniel Fraembs

Remembering Pomona Police Officer Officer Daniel Fraembs End of Watch: Saturday, May 11, 1996 Pomona Police Officer Daniel Fraembs was shot and killed while checking on three suspicious subjects, two male gang members and a female, in an industrial area of Pomona on May 11, 1996. As Officer Fraembs patted down the first male suspect […]

Walnut Students Complete PTLW Biomedical Sciences Program

By Kelli Gile WALNUT—For 20 Walnut High School seniors, years of tremendous dedication and hard work in a rigorous biomedical sciences program they began as sophomores have paid finally off. The teens were presented with white lab coats and honor medallions marking the completion of the International Baccalaureate Career-Related Programme/Project Lead the Way (IBCP-PLTW) Biomedical […]

Rents Skyrocketing?

By Nef Cortez I have reported on home values rising fast in Diamond Bar. Today, wetake a look at how fast rents are increasing as well. Home values typically follow the pattern of economic recessions, with prices increasing as the economy improves, and peaking at about the same time or slightly after the economy has […]

Free Dessert For MOMS!

Staff Reports Diamond Bar – Treat Mom to a wonderful Mother’s Day this Sunday May 13 at The Whole Enchilada and let her get a FREE DESSERT!  Moms deserve to have the day off and relax, and enjoy a delicious meal of their Mexican favorites – like sizzling Fajitas, Carnitas, or Chili Colorado! The Whole […]

There Are Many Things

By Anthony Saude There are many things in this country and the world that will make you scratch you head and wonder, “what the heck is wrong with people.” There are many things that start working on our mind the minute we wake up every morning. There are many things that could continue to work […]

How to Care for Your Eyes as You Age

StatePoint As we age, our bodies don’t perform as well as they once did, and vision is no exception. However, early detection and treatment of eye problems and diseases through an eye exam is the best way to protect your eyes and overall health. To help keep your eyes healthy for years to come, consider […]

Volunteer Recognition and Pinning Ceremony

By Anthony Saude Diamond Bar – On April 26, the Sheriff’s Department held their annual Volunteer Recognition award and Pinning Ceremony at the STARS Center in Whittier. STARS is the primary training site for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s Deputy Explorer program and is a learning for life certified law enforcement explorer academy. This […]

How New Technology is Helping Students and Teachers

By StatePoint   New and emerging technologies are supporting today’s students and teachers in unprecedented ways. Here are a few ways this is happening in schools in local communities across the country.   Communication Apps. New apps such as ClassDojo, are making it easier for teachers to actively communicate with students and parents. Teachers can […]

Collegewood 2nd graders celebrate Earth Day

 Kelli Gile WALNUT —Second graders at Collegewood Elementary paid tribute to Mother Earth with a day of “outdoor school” on April 22. About 100 students rotated through stations while learning about recycling, repurposing, and more. “Our kids need to practice Earth Day every day so that their future will be clean and bright!” said teacher Betsy […]

Motorcycle Awareness Month in May

Staff Reports Pomona – In order to reduce motorcycle crashes and save lives, Pomona Police Department and the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) are teaming up with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) this May for the annual Motorcycle Safety Awareness campaign to help save lives on our roadways. The awareness campaign aims […]