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A Crestview Preparatory School teacher is headed to Ecuador this summer to study climate change and caterpillars. Ryan J. Bache, who teaches 6th grade at the La Caņada private school, won an Earthwatch Institute fellowship to conduct his research. He is...
The Los Angeles County Public Works Department said it planned to close portions of roadways Thursday night in the Angeles National Forest based on weather forecasts of snow and icy road conditions. Starting at 10 p.m., agency officials said motorists...
With a storm on the way, Los Angeles County officials warned of likely closures on roads leading into the Angeles National Forest shortly after midnight Monday. The L.A. County Public Works Department said that based on the forecast of snow and icy road...
Robert Haw, a JPL systems engineer who has worked on exploration missions spanning the solar system from Mercury to Pluto, was the featured speaker at the Feb. 6 meeting of Kiwanis Club of La Caņada. Using slides to illustrate his talk, Haw, the...
Warm, dry weather and economic uncertainty led to a $1.9-million net loss in its third-quarter sales, La Caņada Flintridge-based Sport Chalet Inc. announced Wednesday. “While this was a tough holiday season for many retailers, our third-quarter...
After experiencing the deep freeze of last week, this weekend's sunshine was so welcome. On Sunday morning I sat in my outdoor patio swing and finished up an epic 3,435-page book I had been reading for some time. The book, simply called "New York," had...
Residents of the Foothills experienced temperatures as low as 27 degrees when a cold front hit the Southland over the past several days, but temperatures are expected to hit the mid-70s as the week draws to a close. While frigid, it definitely hasn&...
Enough already! Two weeks of unrelenting temps of 90-plus is inhumane. Maybe Mother Nature was inspired by the Olympic Games and was trying to set a new record of consecutive oppressively hot days. And just to throw in new elements, she sent us...
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If you've been reading my column right along, you should know that my words contain a subliminal message. The devil is in the details. Somewhere I learned to appreciate the power of observation. The ability to take a few steps back and reflect on what'...
Some of the beauty to be found in the Angeles National Forest this spring can exact a heavy price. Areas burned by the Station fire are sprouting a bush with a lovely purple flower known as the poodle-dog bush. But when it comes to this plant, hikers...
An unseasonably warm and dry winter put a crimp in Sport Chalet’s third-quarter results, as the firm reported Wednesday it’s comparable store sales decreased by 2%, leading to a net loss of $1 million. During the same quarter last year, the...
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