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What happened in LCF 10-20-30 Years ago?

January 18, 2012
  • Melissa Lord (No. 11), shown in an earlier game against Blair High, broke La Canada High's 15-year-old single-game scoring record in January 1992 with a career high 40 points against Monrovia. (File Photo)
Melissa Lord (No. 11), shown in an earlier game against…

Ten Years Ago

It was announced that Kyle Bilowitz (Class of 1994), Sarah Dien (also ’94) and Charlie Petit (’95) would be inducted into the La Cañada High School Athletic Hall of Fame in January 2002. Bilowitz was honored for his efforts in soccer; Dien for cross-country, track and soccer; and Petit for basketball.

Twenty Years Ago

Junior forward-guard Melissa Lord set a new school single-game scoring record with a 40-point performance to lead the LCHS girls’ varsity basketball team to a 60-37 victory over Monrovia.

Thirty Years Ago

The first phase of placing power lines underground along a portion of Foothill Boulevard neared completion in January 1982. The project included a stretch of the thoroughfare between Angeles Crest Highway and Commonwealth Avenue.

Forty Years Ago

A burning cigarette dropped into a wastebasket was blamed for a $7,500 fire at a residence on Oriole Road.

Fifty Years Ago

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Nearly three inches of snow fell in the upper Alta Canyada neighborhood as a winter storm swept through on Jan. 21, 1962.

Sixty Years Ago

The newly formed Flintridge League, which named the La Cañada Youth House as its organizational project, met in a Meadow Grove area home to elect its first officers. The 32-member group elected Mrs. Paul Hersey to serve as president.
 
 

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