OurWeeklyNews.com Complete Edition 12.02.17

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: ALL.Weekly12.2.2017

History 101

December 2 1954: McCarthy condemned by Senate History.com The U.S. Senate votes 65 to 22 to condemn Senator Joseph R. McCarthy for conduct unbecoming of a senator. The condemnation, which was equivalent to a censure, related to McCarthy’s controversial investigation of suspected communists in the U.S. government, military, and civilian society. What is known as […]

The Carpenter

By Michael Armijo   I received an email the other day that reminded me to continue to work hard and to be proud of what I’ve done. It encouraged me to continue to keep my heart within my work, as you never know what life will bring you. I’d like to share it with the […]

Rent or Buy?

By Nef Cortez Most people start their independent living when they first move out of their parent’s home by renting.  They either choose to rent a room at another person’s home, or possibly move into a friend’s apartment. Many times they go from that living arrangement to sharing the cost of renting an apartment or […]

Advisory: Liu Hong of Chino Hills, arrested after search warrants uncover an indoor marijuana grow and utility theft.

DATE/TIME: Tuesday, November 28, 2017 INCIDENT: Search Warrants – Indoor Marijuana Grows / Utility Theft LOCATION: #1 – 17753 Gazania Drive, Chino Hills 573 marijuana plants / Suspect ID pending #2 – 4997 Highview Street, Chino Hills / 675 marijuana plants SUSPECT(S): Liu Hong, age 33, resident of Chino Hills (arrested at location #2) SUMMARY: […]

Green Cuisine Salad RECALL

By Anthony Saude Local News – Trader Joe’s is recalling approximately 36,854 pounds of ready-to-eat chicken and turkey salads due to possible foreign matter contamination. Hard silica and glass fragments have been detected in the salads produced from Nov. 4-15 2017. Green Cuisine, the producer of these salads, received consumer complaints and immediately reported it […]

Tips for Taking Care of Your Winter Wardrobe

By StatePoint It’s time to find that box marked “winter” at the back of your closet and rediscover all of your favorite layered looks. But, it’s important that you know how to treat your winter wardrobe so each piece stays comfy, stylish and warm throughout the season. Get Organized It may be tempting to unpack […]

The Financial Architects

By Anthony Saude Chino – Purchasing any kind of insurance in today’s market can be a very daunting task for the regular person out there. Question need to be asked like, who can you trust, did you get enough coverage, does it make sense for our age group, does it fit in our budget? All […]

Maple and Brown Butter Gnocchi

with Butternut Squash and Sage   By Hello Fresh   Cooking Time: 30 mins Servings: 4 Nutrition: 500 Ingredients:   Butternut Squash- 24 oz Maple Sugar- 2 tbsp Brussel Sprouts- 16 oz Sage- 1/4 oz Gnocchi- 18 oz Olive Oil- 2 tbsp Butter- 4 tbsp Salt & Pepper     1  Wash and dry all […]

Thoughts on Gratitude

By Nancy Stoops I can’t believe the holidays are here already.  Thanksgiving is truly one of my favorite holidays.  I love the gathering of my special family and friends.  I think about having a whole lazy day with my favorite people and I get very happy.  We are all usually so rushed but on Thanksgiving […]

Mt. Sac Olympic Trials: $40 Million For Local Communities

By Staff Reports Walnut – On December 13, 2017 there will be a Walnut City Council meeting and it seems that a discussion about Olympic Trials at Mt. Sac will finally be on the agenda. “We are starting to move the dirt for the construction needed to have the trials because if we don’t start […]

Traffic Delays Expected in the area of Limonite & Hamner From 11/30/17 – 12/08/17

Storm drain construction will be taking place in the area of Limonite Avenue and Hamner Avenue from 11/30/17 – 12/08/17 with partial lane closures on both streets. Traffic Impacts & Advisories During Construction: Right turn lane on west bound Limonite Avenue and Hamner Avenue will be closed. Partial north bound lanes on Hamner Avenue near Limonite Avenue will be […]

Get Your Holiday Tamales at The Whole Enchilada

Staff Reports Diamond Bar – The holidays are just around the corner, so let the planning begin!  The Whole Enchilada will be your holiday partner with dozens of possibilities including catering, a night away from cooking during this busy season, and delectable holiday tamales. From delicious platters and entrée meals to taco bars, The Whole Enchilada […]

Free Youth In Government Event

By Anthony Saude Diamond Bar – The City of Diamond Bar is having a FREE event for youth ages 14 – 18 on Saturday December 2, at Diamond Bar City Hall, 21810 Copley Drive, Diamond Bar CA 91765, from 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.  Registration is required for this free event. The event will give […]

Corona Pd Receives $75,000 Grant

By Marissa Mitchell Corona, CA – Corona Police Department recently received $75,000 in grant money for traffic enforcement and crash prevention, resulting in some crackdown on impaired drivers. The Corona Department has been given the money from the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) for a year-long programs. This program will consist of special enforcements, […]

Stuff The Boot Campaign

Chino Valley Professional Firefighters will be going out into the community on Saturday, December 2, 2017 and Sunday, December 3, 2017 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. as part of a Stuff the Boot campaign to raise money for community programs sponsored by the Chino Valley Fire Foundation. Fire personnel will be collecting donations in […]

Chino Hills Grow House Fire

By Anthony Saude Chino Hills – On November 17, 2017 Chino Valley Fire District firefighters and Sheriff’s Deputies from Chino Hills PD were dispatched to a house fire at 1807 Nordic Avenue in Chino Hills. When they arrived the residence was completely engulfed in flames. While the firefighters were putting out the flames they discovered […]

Winter Squash At Clark’s Nutrition

By Judith Dern Acorn, buttercup, butternut, delicata, hubbard, spaghetti, turban—a bounty of colorful winter squash and pumpkins overflow grocery produce tables every fall. A fruit (really!) native to North America, and a member of the gourd family like melons and pumpkins, squash is super-easy to stir into hearty autumn soups. Squash is super-easy to stir […]

I Can Fix That

By Mark Hopper For many years, we had a gardener who mowed our grass each week.  He was faithful and conscientious and did a good job. However, one day I got the idea that maybe I should be mowing the lawn.  I could save money and get some valuable exercise too! I have hybrid-Bermuda grass […]

Recent Recalls

Kidde fire extinguishers with plastic handles The fire extinguishers can become clogged or require excessive force to discharge and can fail to activate during a fire emergency. In addition, the nozzle can detach with enough force to pose an impact hazard.   Foot warmers sold with Sleep Number 360™ smart beds The foot warmer under the […]