Opinion & Commentary
Fifty years ago when Chino Valley was still in a formative age of development the Chamber of Commerce published a slick brochure extolling the virtues of the community, printing 15,000 copies and sending everyone in the area one by mail.
It has been ten years since the doors opened to the new Chino Hills government center after being housed in modular buildings off Grand Avenue at Founders Drive since 1992. City Hall and Fire District headquarters opened Election Day, Nov. 4, 2008. The police station arrived in August, after…
The United States is at a very critical time in history. But does the electorate really understand the consequences? I fear not.
Rancho Santa Ana del Chino was left to the teenaged daughters of Isaac Williams after his death in September 1856. Merced and Francisca Williams soon married a pair of Southern hot-heads, John Rains and Robert S. Carlisle, who died violently in the first half of the following decade. While…