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Separation of Church and State

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  • Letter: LCF is somewhat lacking in hospitality

    As a La Caņada homeowner for over a decade, I am aware that this city is an affluent bedroom community of private homes — and that most residents want to keep their property values high, their schools prestigious, businesses prosperous and the community relatively crime-free.
  • Letter: Public schools don't affect property value

    In a recent letter Robert Craven let the readers know how generous he is. His basic point is that paying a parcel tax will “…increase the value of our homes…” He seems to think that our government schools increase the value of...

    Moving forward with the mission

    Imagine a hot August afternoon in 1931 and picture three dedicated Dominican Sisters of Mission San Jose, making their way up the hill, carrying a statue of Mary, a $5 bill and their faith in the new mission they were about to begin — Flintridge...

    Teens hear message of service to the needy

    A spiritual message calling for graduates to put people in need ahead of financial gain echoed through St. Bede the Venerable Catholic Church on Tuesday night during the sixth annual Interfaith Baccalaureate Service for high school graduates. Roughly...

    Trio of local schools perform well at Arcadia Invitational

    ARCADIA — While top efforts were at a premium at the 47th annual Arcadia Invitational Track and Field Meet, that didn’t stop a handful of athletes from Crescenta Valley, Flintridge Prep and St. Francis high schools from thriving Saturday...