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Living in quarantine during this pandemic has really taken a toll on me.  Being cooped up when so many activities are off limits has dulled my faculties.  Some people have lost their sense of taste and smell.  I think I lost my sense of humor.  Though a few critics chided me, "how can you lo…

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Sometimes in life you meet a person who inspires you, without them even knowing they did.  I had the pleasure of getting to know Dick Ferguson, also known as Mr. Ferguson, or Coach Ferguson, former teacher and principal at both Chino High School and Ramona Jr. High School, when he began atte…

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Five deer were observed Monday leaping through an area where barbed wire had been cleared two weeks ago in the Chino Hills State Park when more volunteers returned to continue fence removal. The group has grown to more than 25 volunteers who are trying to remove as much barbed wire exposed f…

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Baseball has long been America’s favorite pastime, and can be traced in Chino to the early 1900s.  The city had it's own team, which would play other city teams, and was a popular weekend activity for those living in Chino.  These were times of no radio or television, making live sports the …