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La Caņada was one of the first communities in Los Angeles County to lend books to residents, setting up a library at the back of a general store in 1913. The branch was located at the intersection of Union and Michigan avenues, near the current Foothill...
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Two young women who attend La Caņada High School and aspire to work in the healthcare industry are to be honored with other active community volunteers at the Les Tupper Awards next week. Honored this year are Huntington Hospital volunteer Andrea Klein;...
A La Caņada Flintridge professor was recently named a Women of the Year by the California Legislative Women’s Caucus for her contributions to California. Frances Arnold was nominated by Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-Silver Lake) for her...
In response to the death of a student at La Caņada High School Friday afternoon, the school district canceled all events over the weekend. Also canceled was the PTA Founders Day Awards ceremony, which had been scheduled for Wednesday night in the high...
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The Lanterman House Museum and Archive would like to invite any interested community member to consider becoming a volunteer at La Caņada's historic house museum, which will celebrate its 100th anniversary in 2015. The Lanterman House is a community...
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Poof, in a blink of an eye Santa and his magical day has evaporated. Of course the toys that he brought will be played with each day throughout the year. The little children in my family were bedazzled as they placed the cookies they had baked from their...
Twenty-five years ago I was throwing down shots of Gray Goose vodka, helping to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Glendale Community College. Since it was a rather hoity-toity affair, I borrowed a suit, bought a tie and ironed a shirt. In those days I...
Von Karman Auditorium at JPL was the setting May 14 when the La Caņada Flintridge Coordinating Council held this year's Les Tupper Community Service Awards ceremony. Those presented the awards were Barbara Weber and Randy Strapazon for their individual,...
A horse lover who has helped form the city’s network of trails, the staff sergeant for a food pantry, and a student who helped build a library for others are among the volunteers to be honored Monday by the La Caņada Flintridge Coordinating Council....
Extreme Bootcamp, a La Caņada-based fitness business, is celebrating its 10th anniversary this month. The local fitness program, which was founded on Feb. 1, 2002 by personal trainer Linda Taix, consists of six weeks of outdoor exercise and a nutrition...
Descanso Gardens in La Caņada played host to a cultural exchange of East and West Monday as a Japanese Non-Profit Organization, Forever Green Japan, filmed Angeleno high school students performing the traditional Japanese tea ceremony. The nine students,...
The Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station will be hosting a pubic dedication ceremony for its recently-completed memorial to fallen officers on Monday, October 24, at 9:30 a.m. Sheriff Lee Baca and L.A. County Supervisor Michael Antonovich will be...
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