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All but one neighborhood in La Caņada Flintridge will see the mud-blocking barriers known as k-rails disappear from their streets. The City Council voted on Monday night to remove the barriers that were installed on streets that interfaced with the 2009...
Three years after the Station fire denuded the hills above La Caņada Flintridge, a federal agency has determined that important earth-holding vegetation has recovered to the point that bulky concrete barriers put in place to protect homes from mudflows...
Residents from a hillside neighborhood in La Caņada Flintridge believe it’s time to remove concrete K-rail barriers designed to protect their homes from debris flows. The K-rails were installed in early 2010 after mudslides struck several areas...
As the election nears, I ask myself, what do supporters of Greg Krikorian see that I do not? I consider myself an educated and informed voter, but am puzzled by Krikorian's platitudes and do not find them helpful for someone who wants to keep an open...
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For La Caņada homeowners used to enjoying backyard-grown oranges and lemons, news of a citrus disease’s recent appearance in Hacienda Heights is raising an alarm. The disease, called huanglongbing, or citrus greening, is an incurable bacterial...
The vehicle for all of life’s variety and complexity has found a new driver in La Caņada’s Frances Arnold. In her laboratories at Caltech, Arnold is harnessing the evolutionary process to create new proteins and enzymes that have the...
Members of the U.S. Forest Service and the Los Angeles-based nonprofit TreePeople announced Thursday the official start of “Forest Aid: Angeles — from ashes to action,” a four-year replanting effort of lands in the Angeles National...
In a remote part of the hills above La Caņada Flintridge, a landowner is fighting a lonely battle on whether small-scale commercial farming, practiced here since the late 1800s, still has a place. William Johnson owns 67 acres along Angeles Crest...
A section of Flintridge is included in an 89-square-mile quarantine area established Tuesday by the California Department of Food and Agriculture to stop the spread of Oriental fruit flies. The area where the fruit flies have been found is bordered on...
WASHINGTON — Federal efforts to bolster community preparedness for extreme weather events are a fraction of what the government spends on cleaning up the damage from storms, tornadoes and drought, according to a new analysis of federal data by the...
The Lake Louise Christian Community Camp has reason to celebrate: it, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and the Little Traverse Conservancy recently won $1 million in funds to place a 750-acre parcel in a conservation easement. The camp is...
In mid-June, the State House approved a bill that critics say opens regulations on wetlands. Now, the bill is headed for Governor Rick Snyder’s desk. Senate Bill 163 was originally drafted to address flaws in Michigan’s oversight in its...
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