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  • Piece of Mind: Could this impact board election?

    What’s your opinion of the La Caņada school board’s recent approval of four additional pupil-free days for teachers? Apparently three such days were not deemed by instructors to be enough, so the board agreed to increase the number to seven....
  • Prep duo sparks a Rebels renaissance

    As the Flintridge Prep boys' tennis program grew over the last several seasons from a perennial afterthought to one of the school's success stories — winning and contending for Prep League titles annually and making a string of CIF playoff...
  • City to consider medical pot ban

    City Council members are expected Monday to consider permanently banning medical marijuana dispensaries from ever opening in La Caņada Flintridge. Ubiquitous throughout parts of Los Angeles and other urban areas, pot clinics already are prohibited in...
  • Campbell carves her niche

    Campbell carves her niche
    The 500-yard freestyle is usually a test of endurance for swimmers. Katy Campbell, who just finished her junior season with La Caņada High, refers to it as her "sprint event." Campbell swims the mile with her club team, Swim Pasadena, which is based...
  • Seven pupil-free days is ridiculous

    As a teacher in San Marino and a parent in La Caņada, I am concerned about LCUSD’s proposed seven staff development days for 2011-12. Having taught in two neighboring districts over the past 18 years, I have seen my fair share of staff development...
  • Concerns raised over proposed Assembly district

    A proposal by the California Citizens Redistricting Commission to include La Caņada Flintridge and neighboring Foothills communities in a new state Assembly District that would stretch all the way to San Bernardino County has sparked concerns that the...
  • Group earns league awards

    Brendon Shoemake has been pitching to Scott Stetson since they were both 8 years old. Turns out, things don't always change. Shoemake and Stetson, the ace pitcher and starting catcher on La Caņada High's baseball team this year, both hauled in first-team...
  • Bill would recast state schools policy

    Proposed legislation by state Sen. Carol Liu (D- La Caņada Flintridge) would streamline the governance of state’s K-12 education system by transferring powers from the California Board of Education to the state superintendent of public instruction....
  • Petition calls for board to restore school days

    A group of La Caņada Unified parents spent Sunday evening in Memorial Park asking Music in the Park concert attendees to sign a petition asking the school board to rescind its decision to eliminate four days of school next year. The move to increase...
  • In Theory: Leaving 'under God' out of the Pledge

    Q. The NBC television network has come under fire for omitting the words “under God” from a broadcast of the Pledge of Allegiance shown before the U.S. Open golf championship. The video montage of patriotic images including the American flag...
  • Los Gringos Locos finds a bigger home

    Los Gringos Locos finds a bigger home
    One La Caņada mainstay will replace another in 2012 when Los Gringos Locos, a family-friendly Mexican food restaurant, moves to where Conrad’s Family Restaurant, a 43-year La Caņada eatery, held residence at 631 Foothill Blvd. until it closed on May...
  • What happened in LCF 10-20-30 years ago?

    Ten Years Ago A new skate park opened on the former Foothill Intermediate School campus with a special ribbon-cutting ceremony. It was to be a two-month pilot project, with the La Caņada Unified School District providing the site and the city of La...