Bank Robbery Investigation Leads to Animal Cruelty Case

By Mireya De la Paz Corona –  A man was arrested by the Corona Police Department on Wednesday July 26, 2017 for bank robbery in Corona, California. 72-year-old Robert Bustamante Flores threatened a teller of the Western Bank on 1050 W. Sixth Street in Corona July 20, 2017. Flores was suspected of robbery when he […]

School Bus Stop Passing Enforcement Planned

By Corona PD The Corona Police Department will be conducting a school bus stop passing enforcement operation the week of Feb. 27 to March 3. Officers will be at school bus stops targeting motorist who violate traffic laws while children are loading or unloading from school buses within the City limits. The Corona Police Department […]

It’s Time for Our Biblical Resolution

By Pastor Robert Jewett  Can you believe it is 2017?  It seems to me that the older I get, the faster the years go by.  This causes me to slow down and consider how I should be living every moment of every day.  With the New Year comes many newly made resolutions…or recommitments to previously […]

The Paradox of Giving

By Pastor Robert Jewett Have you ever noticed that the most generous people are often the most content people?  How is it that when given the opportunity, to give or to keep their resources for themselves, those who give are the most blessed?  The same questions hold true for the exact opposite.  How is that […]

Evening Out with Dad: Adams Elementary Holds “Dad’s All In” Event

Photo courtesy: CNUSD Dad participating in event activities.

By CNUSD Corona – On September 15, Adams Elementary invited fathers, grandfathers, and other male role models to spend an evening of barbecued burgers and fun activities with their children. This time spent playing and engaging is crucial in the development of every student. The Dads All In event is an initiative put on at […]

Help Me O Lord My God

By Pastor Robert Jewett Have you ever been to the point where you just felt like giving up? Did it seem like no matter what you did, you were mistreated anyway? Perhaps you threw your arms up and said, “I can’t do this anymore!” Take heart, the Lord is faithful to help His children. King […]

Blind Religion Warning

By Pastor Robert Jewett   Adam and Eve’s two eldest boys had dramatically different responses to God (Gen. 4:3-8).  Cain, a farmer, brought the Lord an offering “of the fruit” of the ground.  There was no need to trust God with sharing from his abundance.  On the other hand, Abel, a shepherd, brought the firstborn […]

CNUSD Parent Center Officially Opens in Corona

: CNUSD officials celebrate the Parent Center officially opening last month

CNUSD Corona – On June 7, the CNUSD Parent Center opened its doors with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Attended by City Council members, the CNUSD Board of Education, CNUSD Administrators, staff, and community members, the launch of the Parent Center is a critical component in the district’s Local Control Accountability Plan. Goal 6 of the […]

Get Your Dream Home With Inland Cabinets & Countertops

Staff Reports Corona – Looking to create your dream home at a quick and affordable rate? Inland Cabinets is a premier remodeling company that specializes in Kitchens and Bathrooms. Inland Cabinets has a highly skilled and experienced staff that prides themselves in providing quality workmanship in a timely manner. Inland Cabinet’s mission is to deliver […]

IE News: Information Sought For Stabbing

Staff Reports Corona– The Corona Police Department is still searching for information regarding a stabbing that took place at the Corona City Park a few months ago. The Police Department recently sent out a news release requesting the public’s assistance in identifying a vehicle that may have been involved in the stabbing death of Barnabas […]

Lincoln Avenue On-Ramp Will Be Two Lanes

Courtesy of RCTC CORONA– As part of the Riverside County Transportation Commission’s (RCTC) 91 Project, the westbound 91 Lincoln Avenue on-ramp will be reconfigured from three lanes to two general purpose lanes through the end of 2016. The ramp meter will be turned off during this time. The reconfiguration will allow crews to work on the […]

IE News: Youth Takes Unique Approach to Leadership

Photo courtesy: Doug Gaehle

4-H proven to empower area youth through life skill development By Doug Gaehle CORONA– It’s no secret that today’s youth feel pressure. Pressure to excel in school, to go to college, to get a job, etc. How they overcome those pressures is a true testament to their character. Take Corona native Aidan Longridge for example. […]

Santiago Student Perfect in Art

Courtesy of CVUSD CORONA– Sarah Ki, a junior at Santiago High School, earned perfect scores and every point possible on her AP Studio Art Drawing Exam taken last year. Sarah was one of 16 students among 4.5 million high students in the world who earned every point possible. The AP Exams are scored on a scale of […]

Local Football Coach Honored

Photo Courtesy of CNUSD Centennial Football Coach Named Coach of the Year

By Sara Cipollone CORONA – Centennial High School football Coach Matt Logan has been honored for his work and accomplishments with the school’s football team. USA Today has named Coach Logan the ALL-USA Football Coach of the Year. Coach Matt Logan stated that the best advice he has been given was from Coach Bruce Rollinson, […]

Orange Grove Teacher Named State Finalist

Photo Courtesy of CNUSD Orange Grove Teacher Jessica Fuller poses with her award

By Linda Hawkins, CNUSD CORONA– Congratulations to Orange Grove teacher, Jessica Fuller, for being named the California League of High School’s (CLHS) Region 10 state finalist at the awards dinner on Thursday, January 21.  Jessica, along with 10 other finalists, was recognized by CLHS as “Educators of the Year” for Region 10, which includes Riverside, Inyo, Mono, and San Bernardino […]

Former ERHS Students Sign with NFL

Photo Courtesy of CNUSD ERHS Alumni celebrate their NFL signing (L-R: Superintendent Michael Lin, Austin Hill, Tyler Slavin, Josh Mitchell, and ERHS Principal Jeremy Goins.)

Courtesy of CNUSD EASTVALE– Gleaming smiles and new NFL hats were proudly worn by three former Eleanor Roosevelt High School students from the class of 2010, all of whom have signed with teams in the NFL. Austin Hill signed with the Seattle Seahawks, Josh Mitchell with the Indianapolis Colts and Tyler Slavin with the St. Louis Rams.  This marks a significant […]

36 Students Compete in District Spelling Bee

Courtesy of CNUSD Corona – The Annual District Spelling Bee brought together the best spellers grades 4-8 to compete at Santiago High School for the District Spelling Bee title. 36 schools, elementary and intermediate, were represented. Contestants held strong for the first few rounds, but by Round 5, the field whittled down to 18. The […]

Corona-Norco Unified School District K-12 Teacher Job Fair

By Nicole Leiva On Saturday, Jan. 30, from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m., the Corona-Norco Unified School District held a job fair to recruit teachers for kindergarten through high school. When the district announced the event, they advised teachers to visit EdJoin.org to complete an application before attending the fair.  Those who completed their applications […]

Assemblyman Linder Introduces the Transparency in Government Act

Staff Reports CORONA – An open and transparent government is the premise for Assemblymember Eric Linder’s (R-Corona) newly introduced bill, AB 1707. The new bill will strengthen the California Public Records Act (PRA), increase transparency and promote clarity to help the public adequately understand the activities of state and local agencies, according to a press […]

Man Dies after being Hit by Train

Staff Reports CORONA– On Jan. 22 at about 1:55 p.m., Corona Police Officers responded to a train versus pedestrian collision in the 100 block of North McKinley Avenue. Through investigation, officers determined that 19-year-old Anthony McRea of Riverside was walking northbound on McKinley with his girlfriend. As they approached the railroad tracks just south of […]