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  • Blog Archive: La Caņada Unified School District Election

    Blog Archive: La Cañada Unified School District Election
    [1:24 a.m.] The La Caņada Unified school board race looks to be headed for a recount, with the second and third place candidates separated by a dozen votes. Full story.   [11:57 p.m.] With 14 of 15 precincts counted, Ellen Multari and Jeanne Broberg...
  • Incumbents win primary races

    Incumbents win primary races
    Familiar faces topped the polls in Tuesday’s primary for offices in Sacramento and Washington, D.C. Incumbent Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank), state Sen. Carol Liu (D-La Caņada Flintridge) and Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-Silver Lake) all received the...
  • La Caņada History: Christmas village and train display at the Wagners'

    La Cañada History: Christmas village and train display at the Wagners'
    Ten Years Ago Scott Tracy was elected president of the La Caņada Unified School District Governing Board during a meeting held at La Caņada High School. Outgoing president was Jinny Dalbeck. Tracy, who was also the board’s president this year,...
  • Portantino's future in question

    Portantino's future in question
    Anthony Portantino, who for the past six years has represented La Caņada Flintridge in the state Assembly, enters this holiday season with a new task: Figure out what to do next. Portantino’s job ended officially on Dec. 1, when the new legislative...
  • Hospitals react to 'Obamacare' ruling

    Hospitals react to 'Obamacare' ruling
    The U.S. Supreme Court's decision on Thursday to uphold President Obama's health insurance mandate will expand coverage to many uninsured Americans, but its effect on area hospitals remains unclear. Len LaBella, president of Verdugo Hills Hospital, is...
  • Everybody's talking about Obamacare

    David C. Wilcox's content-free analysis of the threat to liberty posed by the requirement for people to have medical insurance (“Get rid of Obama and Obamacare,” Mailbag, July 5) misses a rather important point: It's highly unlikely that...
  • Support for healthcare law and reelecting Obama

    To read David C. Wilcox's July 5 letter about “Obamacare,” one would think that the U.S. Constitution consists entirely of the common third-grade retort, “It's a free country — I can do what I want!” Yes, America was...
  • Council adds 710 Freeway voice

    Council adds 710 Freeway voice
    Elected officials from La Caņada Flintridge and two other cities are sitting on an advisory committee for the study of the so-called 710 Freeway gap, despite an initial request from county transportation officials that political leaders not play a role....
  • Exercise your right to vote

    Eyes from around the globe will be watching the United States on Tuesday as Americans select their next president. This exercise of popular power is the envy of the world, and we encourage all registered voters to take advantage of the opportunity. The...
  • La Caņada Unified researches parcel tax

    The La Caņada Unified School District has hired an expert to survey voter receptiveness to a parcel tax measure that may be placed on the ballot next year. City residents last improved a parcel tax for schools in 2009, when Measure LC — which...
  • Measure J support has a twist

    Measure J support has a twist
    Local lawmakers want to see voters approve Measure J on Nov. 6 and commit more funds for regional transportation projects, but they are making sure transportation officials know they don’t want money to flow toward a proposed extension of the Long...
  • Busy day at the polls in La Caņada

    Elaine La Marr of La Caņada Flintridge got up early on Tuesday to vote, but her ballot might be among the last ones counted. La Marr’s sample ballot and registration instructed her to vote at Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy. But when she arrived...