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  • The Valley Line: Having a beastly good time at the zoo

    Wow! Most of us made it home safely, even though “Carmageddon” threatened to bring us to a standstill. At least the various media outlets gave us enough warning that we might want to experience an “at-home mini-vacation.” With...
  • The Valley Line: Gumbo and bluegrass on the menu

    We are about to say adieu to the month of August and I did enjoy the lovely and unusual cool mornings we had. Obviously Mother Nature was giving us a fragrant little surprise, as the lawn and foliage around my house were wet with dew, filling the air with...
  • St. Francis slate familiar, but arduous

    With a restructured Mission League and a handful of fresh nonleague foes to contend with, the 2010 St. Francis High football schedule was one rife with unfamiliar and unforgiving opponents. A season later, St. Francis is well aware of just how...
  • Olmedo-Barrera remembers the Titans

    GLENDALE — David Olmedo-Barrera still remembers when Cal State Fullerton's baseball team won the College World Series in 2004. Olmedo-Barrera, who's entering his senior season with St. Francis, will hope to be a part of another Titans national...
  • Personal and private lives

    A recent poll by the Public Religion Research Institute has revealed that religious Americans think a financial scandal is worse than a sexual one. The poll was conducted in the wake of several high-profile cases of politicians making headlines for their...
  • House project back to drawing board

    The Paredes family of La Crescenta has owned a 28,686-square-foot lot on Robin Hill Road in La Cañada Flintridge for 23 years. They’re trying, for the second time, to build a home there. Even after gaining approval from the Planning Commission,...
  • Removal of tree is put on hold

    Roberta Dominguez’s months-long quest for removal of a Chinese elm tree from the back yard of her La Cañada home will last at least a month longer after she was unable to obtain a city-approved arborist’s report in time for this week’s...
  • Terrified of another term for Obama

    I am terrified of the possibility of Barack Obama's reelection. If he is not defeated in November, he will damage America in unthinkable ways. Paraphrasing Supreme Court Justice Kennedy, Obama will alter the relation between American citizens and the...
  • Republican candidates to visit La Crescenta, La Cañada next weekend

    Republican candidates to visit La Crescenta, La Cañada next weekend
    Republican candidates for state and federal office will appear in La Cañada and La Crescenta next weekend in events organized by the Foothills Republican Club and Pasadena-based Tea PAC. On April 14 and April 15 three candidates will visit local homes to...
  • La Cañada Country Club opens in 1962

    La Cañada Country Club opens in 1962
    Ten Years Ago La Cañada residents concerned about vector control following an announcement that mosquito-borne West Nile virus was contracted by a Los Angeles County woman learned they would have to fend for themselves against mosquitoes on their private...
  • Piece of Mind: Les Tupper is a man worth remembering

    A question popped up in the newsroom the other day: Who was Les Tupper and why is there a community service award named after him? It was well-timed question, since the annual Tupper Awards, as they've come to be known locally, were handed out Monday...
  • With positive energy and open minds

    It's always a bit distressing when a neighbor says they are terrified of something [“Terrified of President Obama,” Mailbag, April 5]. That's a terrible state to be in. I feel compelled to address it. My neighborly instinct is to share with...