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  • Letter: Times editorial had it wrong

    Last Sunday the L.A. Times ran an editorial which distorted and glossed over the facts of the April 28 federal court's decision regarding the Adventure Pass requirements for visitors to our Angeles National Forest. To set the record straight, the Adventure Pass Fee legislation is very explicit in that fees can not be demanded for merely parking along a highway or visiting an area that doesn't have certain “improvements” such as a campground.
  • La Cañada resident hoping for spot on the bench

    La Cañada resident hoping for spot on the bench
    Predicted low voter-turnout in the upcoming June 3 election does not hold Pamala Matsumoto back. The legal veteran and La Cañada mom is a candidate for the Los Angeles Supreme Court bench, seat 22, with more than 25 years of experience working in Los...

    Gatto bill would boost abuse reporting on school campuses

    On the heels of criminal cases involving California teachers and district employees who failed to report alleged child abuse on campus, Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-Silver Lake) has proposed a law that would require public schools to adopt uniform procedures...

    La Cañada History: Flintridge Preparatory School held a Scottish-themed carnival

    La Cañada History: Flintridge Preparatory School held a Scottish-themed carnival
    Ten Years Ago A man suspected of lifting a safe filled with $400,000 in merchandise from a La Cañada Flintridge jewelry retailer was arrested after the owner of the store spotted his safe on the back of a flatbed tow truck and somehow forced the suspect...

    Court nixes fee to use national forests

    Court nixes fee to use national forests
    Hikers who visit the Angeles Forest without using park amenities, such as restrooms and picnic areas, no longer have to pay to park, according to a recent court ruling. On April 28, U.S. District Court Judge Terry Hatter Jr. ruled the U.S. Forest...