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.  […]

Autism MOM

By Melody Kraemer Living with autism isn’t just part of my life. It’s my world. I don’t think much about it, it’ just what I do. I am a mother of 2 autistic boys.  I sometimes forget that people are not aware of what autism is. I have been asked many questions throughout the years […]

Harkins Alcohol Sales Being Appealed

By Anthony Saude Chino Hills– The Chino Hills planning commission approved a conditional use permit, earlier this month that would allow alcohol sales in a 20-seat bar area located in the lobby that will replace the arcade games. Two members of the Chino Hills city council, Art Bennett and Ray Marquez are not on board […]

Affordability Crisis Looming?

By Nef Cortez As the real estate market continues to chug along with a strong price trend increase, the question of affordability is at the forefront of many discussions. The obvious center of discussion is the real estate industry itself, including real estate agents, mortgage originators or loan agents, escrow companies, title companies, and other […]

Suzanne MS Students Join Special Olympics

By Kelli Gile  WALNUT – Four Suzanne Middle School student-athletes participated in the Special Olympics Southern California held May 18 at John Muir High in Pasadena.   Several months before the games, the children began training with adapted physical education (APE) teacher Greg Sasaki.   “Preparing is its own challenge,” said special education teacher Melanie […]

Make Your Backyard Extreme

By Michael Armijo Companies come and go, so longevity is the 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 […]

Walnut Valley Tapped For New National Award

By Kelli Gile WALNUT—Walnut Valley Unified School District will be honored with a new national recognition as a Schools to Watch District on June 30.   The award celebrates Walnut Valley’s dedication to providing an exemplary educational experience for students.   In the past two years, all three middle schools – Chaparral, South Pointe, and Suzanne – earned […]

Sexual Hazing at Chino High School

By Anthony Saude Chino – Students at Don Lugo High School in Chino were accused of sexually hazing other students in a classroom that was not being supervised by a teacher. A student caught some of the incident on video. The video shows two football players holding another player down on the ground while simulating […]

Two Drivers Dead in 91 Freeway Accident

By Anthony Saude CORONA — An accident on the 91 freeway in Corona claimed the lives of two drivers. One of the drivers, a male, was running away from the accident when he was struck and killed by oncoming traffic. Initially a two-car crash was reported just before 10 p.m. on the westbound Riverside Freeway. […]

Artificial Turf Installation At Grand Avenue – Park Lighting Affected

Staff Reports Chino Hills – Tennis court lighting and walkway lighting at Grand Avenue Park will be off from Monday, June 18 to Monday, July 9 during electrical work that is required for the installation of artificial turf. Lighting on the basketball courts and hockey rink is not affected. Trails adjacent to the park will be gated at […]

Advanced Improvements Provides Comfort For Your Home

Staff Reports   SoCal – Advanced Improvements is an expert in solar power, roofing, air conditioning and heating, water heating and water filtration. For over 20 years, they have been providing eco-friendly, energy saving home and office comfort solutions for Riverside, Orange, San Bernardino, San Diego and Los Angeles counties. Advanced Improvements’ mission is to […]

OurWeeklyNews.com Complete Edition 06/30/18

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: 2018-23-6.WeeklyNews

Help Us Save Lives this Fourth of July; Don’t Drink and Drive

As celebrations associated with Independence Day– fireworks, backyard barbeques and pool parties –wind down, it’s vital we all work together to spread this life-saving message: DUI Doesn’t Just Mean Booze. This Independence Day holiday, San Bernardino County Sheriff Department wants to remind you to plan for a safe week of festivities by not driving under […]

Request for Proposals for 2018 Annual Asphalt Concrete Overlay Project

The City of Eastvale is inviting bids for the 2018 Annual Asphalt Concrete Overlay Project. RFP for   2018 Annual Asphalt Concrete Overlay Project The City of Eastvale is inviting bids for the 2018 Annual Asphalt Concrete Overlay Project.   Request for Proposal and other contract documents may be viewed on Quest CDN (www.questcdn.com) for free and […]

Creamiest Mushroom Ravioli

with Zucchini and Heirloom Tomatoes   By Hello Fresh   Cooking Time: 30 mins Servings: 4 Nutrition: 510 Calories Ingredients:   Zucchini- 2 Shallot- 2 Heirloom Grape Tomatoes- 8 oz Parsley- 1/2 oz Chili Flakes- 2 tsp Mushroom Ravioli- 18 oz Sour Cream- 8 tbsp Parmesan Cheese- 1/2 cup Veggie Stock Concentrate- 2     […]

Advanced Improvements Provides Comfort For Your Home

Staff Reports   SoCal – Advanced Improvements is an expert in solar power, roofing, air conditioning and heating, water heating and water filtration. For over 20 years, they have been providing eco-friendly, energy saving home and office comfort solutions for Riverside, Orange, San Bernardino, San Diego and Los Angeles counties. Advanced Improvements’ mission is to […]

Tips to Stay Safe in Summer Weather

By StatePoint Getting outdoors this summer? Keep in mind that weather patterns can be extreme at this time of year, introducing new safety hazards. Get weather-ready in the following ways. Prepare for the Heat When planning a day outdoors, most people pack items such as sunscreen, sunglasses and a hat. However, summer heat can be […]

How Big is the Market?

By Nef Cortez   The Diamond Bar residential real estate “Market”  is of interest to residents of Diamond Bar who are considering selling their home now or in the near future.  It is also of interest to anyone in the world who has an interest in buying a property in Diamond Bar. This “Market” consists […]

Your Child’s Best and Most Productive Summer

B y Nancy Stoops I am a very big believer in rest and relaxation and feel summer is a great time to do that.  I take a lot of time off in the summer to do exactly that but I must feel my summer is also productive as well.  I force myself to move at […]

4 Top Tips to Battle Summer Colds

By StatePoint Warm, sunny weather doesn’t mean the risk for catching a cold disappears. Unfortunately, colds can happen at any time of year and can really ruin much anticipated summer plans. To stay healthy and help beat the common cold this summer season, consider these tips from Dr. Nesochi Okeke-Igbokwe, a New York City-based physician […]