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  • Local businesses treated with foot traffic

    Instead of houses, families went trick or treating store-to-store down Foothill Boulevard two days before Halloween on Friday. There was no need to knock as most shops left their doors wide open to greet everyone. The event, arranged by the La Caņada...
  • Halloween rings the bell early

    Halloween rings the bell early
    The rain clouds did their part, staying away just long enough for parents and kids to flock to La Caņada Elementary's biggest fundraiser of the year, the Halloween Haunt. It was an all-day affair at La Caņada Elementary as the festivities got rolling on...
  • Halloween celebrated at local schools

    Halloween started early at two of La Caņada's elementary schools on Friday, Oct. 15. La Caņada and Paradise Canyon Elementary both hosted a pumpkin patch and harvest festival. Students and parents gathered at both campuses to pick out their prized...
  • The Valley Line: A Dickens of a good time

    The Valley Line: A Dickens of a good time
    Christmas day was magical for me because I spent it with my 7-year-old granddaughter, Catherine, and her four-year-old brother, Ryan. Santa was the man of the hour, which began at 5 a.m. because the kidlets just couldn't sleep any longer. They crept...
  • Gatherings: Fun floats and festive gatherings

    Gatherings: Fun floats and festive gatherings
    'Floaters' turn out for final party of year The LCF Tournament of Roses Association's annual Happy Hour "Under the Bridge" Sunday night was festive as usual, with more than 65 enthusiastic supporters viewing the float before its "flowering" during...
  • The Valley Line: A holiday dinner and a musical extravaganza

    I've so enjoyed the rainy, gray days of the past week because it has been a perfect time to enjoy my Christmas tree, a cozy fire in the fireplace, the soft glow of candles and remembering Christmas celebrations of long ago. This time of year will always...
  • Thoughts from Dr. Joe: A Christmas memory

    Thoughts from Dr. Joe: A Christmas memory
    I've always been a seeker, searching for meaning and asking that timeless question, "What makes life significant?" I've contemplated the perplexities of existence, trying to understand moments of euphoria as though they were the result of a simple...
  • In Theory: Merry Christmas, or Happy Holidays?

    Q. According to a survey conducted by the Public Religion Research Institute in partnership with the Religion News Service, Americans are split almost 50-50 what to say this holiday season — "Merry Christmas" or "Happy Holidays." Some Christian...
  • Senior Living: Alone on Christmas Day

    Q. I'm spending Christmas Day home alone. I hadn't planned it that way, but my family is sick and I don't want to be around them for fear I will get sick too. Can you recommend some cheery things to do?   I know it is difficult to spend a day alone when...
  • Our Readers Write

    City Council should ban use of plastic bags In response to an article by Joe Piaseki, "City hesitant to regulate plastic bags," published Nov. 25, I would urge La Caņada Flintridge to ban plastic bags. The issue of plastic bags involves more than litter....
  • Piece of Mind: A lump of coal for Mother Nature

    Piece of Mind: A lump of coal for Mother Nature
    Dear Santa: With very few exceptions (and they know who they are), most of us here in La Caņada Flintridge have behaved ourselves all year long and join together in making this Christmas request: Please see if you can put a bug in your friend Mother...
  • The Valley Line: Halloween, and an Asian evening

    The Valley Line: Halloween, and an Asian evening
    The little ghosts and goblins will be out and about this coming Monday eve, so make sure your candy bowl is full. Montrose Shopping Park will be having its annual party for the kids. The “Halloween Spooktacular” begins in the village at 5 p....