Champion Newspapers publishes two award-winning community newspapers serving the Chino Valley area in Southern California. The Chino Champion and the Chino Hills Champion are delivered by carriers and by mail to subscribers and others reaching over 90% of Chino Valley homes every Saturday morning. Copies are also available for sale at newsstands and stores throughout the Chino Valley.
Founded on November 11, 1887 by Richard Gird (also the founder of the City of Chino), the Champion is a complete award winning “NEWS” paper. It’s not an advertising shopper or a non-subscriber product of another newspaper.
We publish all the LOCAL news you would expect to find in a community newspaper including (breaking) News, Sports, Entertainment, People, Business, Opinion, Obituaries, Religion, Schools, feature stories about local personalities and local advertising.
The Champion is recognized as a legally adjudicated newspaper of general circulation publishing legal notices for the cities of Chino and Chino Hills, the County of San Bernardino, the Chino Valley Unified School District and for local businesses (County Court Decree Number 73453, issued August 5, 1952).
Total combined full-run net circulation for both our newspapers is 41,017 (CAC Pub Stmt, Q4 2015). Estimated weekly adult audience in print and online exceeds 90,000 readers.
The Champion is the oldest continuously operated business in the city of Chino. For more information on the Champion and Southern California’s Chino Valley, please visit our website at www.ChampionNewspapers.com.