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  • 2011 in Review: Power outages, school board shifts, Costa trial

    2011 in Review: Power outages, school board shifts, Costa trial
    La Cañada saw its share of troubling news in 2011, the most controversial being a complaint filed against a La Cañada High School teacher for having made ethnic slurs in her math classrooms. But there also were celebratory moments — for the victors in city council and school board elections as well as for individuals who achieved recognition in their fields.
  • Piece of Mind: Hard questions, disappointing answers

    What reading material is on your bedside table this December week? I’d like to be able to recommend a recent release that came into my hands the other day, but it’s a real snooze. The 80-page report issued by the United States Government...

    Blaze damages La Cañada home

    Blaze damages La Cañada home
    Flames ravaged a home on the 5100 block of Oakwood Avenue on Monday evening, but the homeowners, Katherine and David Hensley, escaped without injury. Katherine Hensley said that she and her husband were at home when the fire started suddenly, and...

    Station fire's effects still smolder

    Almost two years to the day after an unknown arsonist started what would become the 10th largest wildfire in modern California history, life has returned to normal in La Cañada Flintridge, but scars of the disaster remain. While the Station fire’...

    Two fires strike La Cañada Flintridge

    Two structure fires hit La Cañada Flintridge early Thursday morning, with one being investigated as a possible arson. Neither fire resulted in injury. At 2:30 a.m., a shed on the 4500 block of La Granada Way, a short distance from Fire Station 19, caught...