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The Ayala High School varsity girls volleyball team captured the Gold Division championship title at the Gabrielino High Tournament last Saturday, finishing with a 6-0 record. Savannah Van Veldhuizen was named Tournament Most Valuable Player and Savannah Medrano and Giselle Gatewood earned A…

Obituaries

Arthur D. Licon of Chino passed away from natural causes on Se…

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Opinion & Commentary

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Warden Molly Hill of the California Institution for Women in Chino will retire Dec. 1. Her replacement has not been named. 

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Chino has recognized many individuals that have played an important part in its history by naming 10 of 11 elementary schools after them, keeping memories of them alive. I thought it would be nice to look beyond the name, and remember the person. 

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There’s a lot of stress on stress these days. The AARP publications, Consumer Reports and a raft of medically-oriented magazines are filling their pages with this supposedly life-shortening “disease.”

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Lynn Haws, a Chino High graduate who has worked at the Champion since August 1979, retired as production manager at the end of September after 40 years with the newspaper. Ms. Haws managed the production department since 1984, during its conversion to computers and direct screen to press printing.

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In 110 years at its Chino Hills location, Boys Republic has provided opportunities for troubled youth to find ways to turn their lives around through education, work, discipline and other aspects that seek to keep them from jail and prison.  Boys Republic was created at a time when social wo…