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Elections

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  • 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...
  • What happened 10-20-30 years ago in LCF?

    What happened 10-20-30 years ago in LCF?
    Ten Years Ago The La Cañada 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...
  • La Cañada Unified researches parcel tax

    The La Cañada 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 Cañada

    Elaine La Marr of La Cañada 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...
  • Liu cruises to Senate victory

    Liu cruises to Senate victory
    Carol Liu has represented La Cañada Flintridge for 20 years, first as a City Council member, then in the state Assembly and now as a state senator. On Tuesday night Liu won the race to represent the city — and a Senate district stretching along the...
  • Brown's Prop. 30 draws cheers

    La Cañada 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...
  • The Valley Line: The perfect clime for a party

    The Valley Line: The perfect clime for a party
    Labor Day has come and gone, and we are getting back into our autumn schedules. Cross-town rivals USC and UCLA have started the college football season, keeping tailgaters busy creating menus of tasty food and beverages that make this tradition so much...
  • Ruling supports Armenian Genocide suits

    The descendants of Armenian Genocide victims won a significant victory Friday when a federal appeals court ruled that they should be allowed to sue to recoup unpaid insurance benefits related to the atrocity. The decision by a three-judge panel of the U....
  • Around Town: Bell scandal hits home

    Around Town: Bell scandal hits home
    On July 15, the Los Angeles Times published the first reports of the inflated salaries of the city of Bell employees. On Aug. 4, Valley Sun reporter Megan O'Neil followed up on the bloated pensions for recently retired city of Bell employees. ("There...
  • In Theory: Reactions to Prop. 8 ruling

    A California federal judge struck down Proposition 8, the state's law that prohibits same-sex marriage, last week. What are your thoughts on this ruling?   Judge Walker needs to address our concern that his own sexual orientation clouded his judgment....
  • In Theory: 'Theology and Feminism'

    British theologian Daphne Hampson, author of "Theology and Feminism," argues that "religions have proved the ultimate weapon in keeping woman in her place." How would you answer the question "Is religion bad for women?" Religious traditions are...