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She’s been running competitively for less than two years, but Chino Hills High School sophomore Jacqueline Duarte is rapidly stamping her place in the history books in track and field.

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Lifetime Chino Resident, Joseph H. Tapia, entered into the kin…

Born in New York, Joe moved to California in 1955. His entire …

Edward “Ram” Salazar, 72, a lifelong resident of Colton and Gr…

Tony Martinez, a 1965 graduate of Chino High, died May 1, 2019…

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It’s doubtful that there will be any grandchildren of Chino pioneers at Sunday’s traditional Pioneer Picnic at the Chino Community Building. Sunday’s event is labeled as a celebration of Chino’s pioneer heritage and is open to anyone interested in the community’s history. 

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The chain-link fence installed in front of the former historic La Vida hot springs restaurant on Carbon Canyon Road in Brea had barely been up for a few weeks when a vehicle tore out a 20-foot section during a crash last weekend, an incident predicted by canyon dwellers who said the site has…

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This year my mom celebrates 65 years of motherhood. Her first Mother’s Day was in 1954 and despite her young age she endured labor, delivery and a year alone with a baby while my father was serving his country in Korea.

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I guess it’s time I confessed. As an employer I was guilty of abusing some kids over the half century I operated the Champion. I thought I’d better get this off my chest before some present-day grandfather I used to hire came forward to spoil my record.

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Weeds will be removed from Carbon Canyon Road by Caltrans between Chino Hills Parkway and the San Bernardino/Orange County line from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday, May 13 to Thursday, May 16.