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By Ruth Longoria | April 17, 2008
It was quite a coup to get Southern California?s only woman meteorologist on his team, KABC7 meteorologist and primary weather forecaster Dallas Raines said of his co-worker and protégé, La Cañada?s native golden girl, Indra Petersons. Petersons joined the television station?s news team in 2004, and, after a few years of assisting Raines with forecasting and graphics, recently became a regular on-air weather forecaster at the Glendale-based, Los Angeles station. Petersons can be seen from 5 a.m. to noon weekends; she also provides the weekly ski and surf report and fills in on air at other times during the week.
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April 25, 2012
Local resident Dr. Richard O'Toole will present the annual Les Tupper Community Service Awards on Monday, May 14, at JPL's von Karman Auditorium. The event gets underway at 7 p.m. and the public is invited. The sponsoring group is the La Cañada Flintridge Coordinating Council. O'Toole, executive manager of the Office of Legislative Affairs at JPL, started there in 1975 and served as a group supervisor and section manger in the Systems Division before moving to his current role in 1988.
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February 16, 2007
Letters to the Editor Save Chickens From Global Warming Our city has recently become embroiled in a topic that has far-reaching consequences. It is currently dividing our town into hen haters and hen lovers. Should chickens be allowed to stay in our fair city? This is certainly an important issue that demands our full attention. The pro-chicken supporters contend that keeping chickens have many positive attributes. They make good pets, add to the pastoral feel of our city, and are just so darn cute.
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By Ruth Longoria | April 17, 2008
It was quite a coup to get Southern California?s only woman meteorologist on his team, KABC7 meteorologist and primary weather forecaster Dallas Raines said of his co-worker and protégé, La Cañada?s native golden girl, Indra Petersons. Petersons joined the television station?s news team in 2004, and, after a few years of assisting Raines with forecasting and graphics, recently became a regular on-air weather forecaster at the Glendale-based, Los Angeles station. Petersons can be seen from 5 a.m. to noon weekends; she also provides the weekly ski and surf report and fills in on air at other times during the week.
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