KFI-AM 640 Radio Show in Corona
(L-R) Ken Chiampou and John Kobylt do their ‘live’ radio show and enjoy their 30th anniversary cake at the Ayers Hotel East on Thursday, Jan. 11.
The activists, John and Ken, aired their show from there to garner Repeal petition signatures the new Gas Tax and Car Tax.
PHOTO by DARLENE DUKELOW-BURTON
Gubernatorial Candidate
John Cox, spoke about the corruption
in the State Government.
PHOTO by DARLENE DUKELOW-BURTON
Crowd Wants to Repeal Taxes
Some of the crowd waiting to sign petition. Hundreds of people showed up.

PHOTO by DARLENE DUKELOW-BURTON

Brothers Help Dig Out Mud

The storm last week caused mudslides in the Sierra del Oro area of Corona. When the sun came out, friends helped residents dig out. Plywood sheets enable
people to cross the yard without sinking into the mire. Samuel Seong, 5, foreground, and his brother, John, 9, help residents on Sam Ramon dig out in the backyard. Samuel and John came with their parents, Eastvale residents, who are members of the New Song Church of Corona.

PHOTO by JERRY SOIFER
Corona Yards Buried
Sook Meu Cho and Jin Hea Kim help
Sierra del Oro residents dig out from last week’s mudslides that inundated backyards.
PHOTO by JERRY SOIFER