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Elections

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  • Residents weigh in on disaster preparedness

    A small group of La Caņada Flintridge residents gathered Tuesday at City Hall to do their part in ensuring the city is prepared for earthquakes, fires, floods and other potential natural disasters. City officials are required by state and federal law...
  • Supervisor votes against Brown

    Last week, Los Angeles County Supervisor Mike Antonovich, whose district includes La Caņada Flintridge, was the only one among his colleagues to cast a symbolic vote against Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposed government realignment. The governor’s...
  • LCUSD Board sidelines decision on LCHS field contract

    LCUSD Board sidelines decision on LCHS field contract
    The La Caņada school board delayed making a decision Tuesday on a proposed amendment to an existing joint-use contract between the district, La Caņada High School Boosters Club and the Arroyo United Foundation for La Caņada High School’s football/...
  • Assemblyman cuts his own path

    If the state Legislature were a high school cafeteria, you wouldn’t find Assemblyman Anthony Portantino (D- La Caņada Flintridge) sitting with the popular kids. But that’s just fine by him. During his five years in Sacramento, Portantino...
  • LCUSD Board moves to avoid use of value-added data in teacher evaluations

    A list of educational goals for the La Caņada Unified School District in the 2011-12 school year were approved at Tuesday night’s Governing Board meeting on a vote of four to one. School board member Cindy Wilcox was the lone dissenting vote....
  • Fraisse's force felt in biggest games

    Fraisse's force felt in biggest games
    Kim Fraisse's final high school water polo match ended in a loss for her Crescenta Valley High Falcons, but it illustrated as clearly as any in her stellar career just what made her a consummate winner in three years as a varsity standout. With 278 goals...
  • Piece of Mind: Looking on with pride

    Piece of Mind: Looking on with pride
    It looks like La Caņada High's Evanne Friedmann is going to be a busy young woman for the next three months as she reigns as the 93rd Rose Queen. How exciting for her! Imagine having as much grace and poise as Evanne has at the age of 17. The TofR's...
  • Our Readers Write: Dismayed by union's stance on summer school

    On Sept. 30, an article titled "Teachers challenge summer school," was published stating that the La Caņada Teachers Association is blocking the efforts of the La Caņada Flintridge Educational Foundation to host a summer school program at La Caņada High...
  • Challengers eye Dreier's Congressional seat

    Thirty years after he was first elected to Congress, David Dreier looks poised to retain his job representing the 26th District in Washington D.C. Nov. 2 will mark the 16th time the Republican Congressman's name has appeared on the ballot, and if he wins...
  • Around & About

    EVENTS: Halloween Ghost Train — Weekends, Oct. 22-24 and Oct. 28-31, 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. The 12th annual Halloween Ghost Train attraction at Griffith Park. Presented by the nonprofit Los Angeles Live Steamers Railroad Museum. The ride will depart from...
  • Piece of Mind: Knock off the mud-slinging, already!

    Piece of Mind: Knock off the mud-slinging, already!
    No wonder we have a dearth of strong candidates every time a general election takes place in this state. Who in their right mind wants to put themselves through the filthy, mud-slinging campaigns that begin before the ink is even dry on their filing...
  • Our Readers Write: Middle class needs to unite, vote

    Wow, this election cycle is really astonishing; the money flow, the heated rhetoric, the extreme views! I believe that the anticipated demise of our majority democratic government is greatly exaggerated. It can only happen if the majority of voters is...