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Elections

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  • Brown's Prop. 30 draws cheers

    La Caņada Unified School District officials can stop sharpening the budget knife now that voters have approved a statewide measure restoring $6 billion in school funding. But the district's budget challenges won't disappear entirely. “It won't...
  • Piece of Mind: Vanishing signs of the times

    Every so often it occurs to me that I'd like to reinvent myself. Yet again. And maybe I've hit upon a real money-making idea this time: manufacturing political yard signs. Think about it, because maybe you'd like to join me in this venture. At the rate...
  • Crime blotter: Obama campaign signs taken from front yard

    Oct. 19 Burglary: 5800 block of Briartree Drive, between 8 a.m. and 3:20 p.m. Front door pried open, bedrooms ransacked, MacBook Pro computer and possibly other items taken. Burglary: 3300 block of Flintridge Oaks Drive, before 11 a.m. Front door of...
  • Boy Scout Troop included six sets of brothers

    Boy Scout Troop included six sets of brothers
    Ten Years Ago La Caņada Flintridge residents supporting Democrats running in the November 2002 General Elections, as well as some supporting Republicans, reported that campaign yard signs had been stolen or vandalized. Twenty Years Ago Boy Scout Troop...
  • Piece of Mind: Assembling a multi- piece gift puzzle

    As surely as the East Coast braced last weekend for the onslaught of the hurricane with the once innocuous-sounding name of Sandy, registered voters across the nation know they can expect to be assaulted this weekend by last-minute political wrangling. No...
  • Republican loyalists pull for Krikorian in Assembly race

    Republican loyalists pull for Krikorian in Assembly race
    Every state and federal official whose district includes La Caņada Flintridge is a Democrat, but local Republicans are hoping to get one of their own in the State Assembly after Tuesday's election. Ernest Koppen, president of the La Caņada Flintridge...
  • Planning Commissioner Jonathan Curtis leads cash race

    With the election a month away, an incumbent and a planning commissioner are garnering more financial support than a 24-year-old newcomer in the race to fill two seats on the La Caņada Flintridge City Council, according to records on file at the city...
  • La Caņada residents to gather in remembrance of Joan Feehan

    La Cañada residents to gather in remembrance of Joan Feehan
    Ten years after La Caņada Flintridge became its own city, Joan Feehan started her career at City Hall. A mother of five, she had rallied for the incorporation years before and now was able to protect and build on the community she loved. In 1986, she...
  • Election results show La Caņada voters lean right

    Election results show La Cañada voters lean right
    La Caņada Flintridge residents leaned Republican in Tuesday's general election, supporting GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romey and Republicans running for the U.S. Senate and State Assembly. Of La Caņada’s 14,360 registered voters, 8,408 cast...
  • La Caņada City Council candidates debate key issues

    La Cañada City Council candidates debate key issues
    The three candidates vying for two seats on the La Caņada Flintridge City Council all vowed Wednesday night to decrease crime, support local businesses and stop a freeway extension. In the first public debate before the March 5 election, candidates...
  • What happened 10-20-30 years ago in LCF?

    What happened 10-20-30 years ago in LCF?
    Ten Years Ago The La Caņada High School cross-country teams scored an across-the-board sweep at the Rio Hondo League championship meet at the Lower Arroyo Park in Pasadena. The head coach was Tony Haynes. Twenty Years Ago A complaint against...
  • Editorial: Pension reform deserves public debate

    Democracy only works from the bottom up. Unfortunately, there was a breakdown in this most basic of democratic principles at last week's City Council candidate forum. The breakdown had nothing to do with the candidates, all of whom appear to be fine men....