Carbon Canyon commuters have noticed that a guard rail recently installed by Caltrans at Carbon Canyon Road and Canyon Hills Drive has already been hit—hard.
San Bernardino County has its credit rating improved from AA to AA+ this week by S&P Global because of the county’s prudent budgeting practices and improving economy. The county requested the credit review as part of a $335.2 million refunding of outstanding debt approved by the county board of supervisors last month. The higher rating could save more than $30 million on that refunding alone, the county reports.
Police chases that go on for hours are apparently crowd pleasers for TV news programs but full of danger for motorists. Rarely does the public find out what happens to the drivers after the show is over. Perhaps if the eventual sentences were revealed by the newscasters and published in newspapers, there would be less of them.
Chino Youth Museum at 6th and D will be closed Father’s Day, Sunday, June 16. The Old Schoolhouse Museum at 11th and B will be open this Saturday. They’ll show you into the old jail across the street if asked.
School board president James Na’s reference to the sanctity of life of the “born and unborn” garnered little reaction at three of the four Chino Valley high school graduation ceremonies where he spoke this year. However, the applause was quite noticeable at the Chino Hills High School ceremony.