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By Michael J. Arvizu Valley Sun | April 10, 2008
Dark skies above La Cañada Flintridge reflected the somber mood inside St. Bede the Venerable Parish Tuesday morning, as hundreds of Los Angeles City Fire Department and Palmdale Fire Department firefighters gathered for the funeral of one of their own ? La Cañada resident and Los Angeles Fire Department Capt. Thomas Francis Dowling. Dowling passed March 30 after a six-year battle with cancer. He was 54. A bagpiper began the ceremonies by leading a procession of colleagues, family and friends into the church.
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By Tiffany Kelly, tiffany.kelly@latimes.com | May 15, 2013
They traveled more than 200 miles from the San Gabriel Valley to reach one of the darkest corners in Southern California. Three hours before sunset on Saturday, half a dozen amateur astronomers unloaded high-powered telescopes onto a concrete platform next to a group campground in the Mojave National Preserve, about 115 miles east of Barstow. One of the instruments would later be used to tour galaxies - including our own - while others would show the Cassini Division between Saturn's rings, and the moons orbiting Jupiter.
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February 8, 2007
Letters to the Editor What Problem? La Cañada has entered its "silly season" once again. Like cabin fever, it seems that every year about this time someone gets bored and tries to create a "problem" where none exists. This year it's the "chicken" problem. How silly. Was it last year when it when one individual proposed to ban all night time on-street parking in our fair city? But it had never been a "problem." And before that it was the woman who'd championed for curbs, gutters, sidewalks and street lights for every street in town?
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By Lynn Duvall | April 13, 2006
Last month on St. Patrick's Day, the dark gray skies threatened rain and the air was chilly. I parked my car on Honolulu Avenue in Montrose and hurried into the welcome warmth of the Merle Norman Studio. The storeowners Kris Kline and Kim Kelly were busy with customers. I browsed for a while in the sparkling clean, well-lighted shop. A beautifully dressed woman with impeccable grooming asked Kris what eye make-up colors would complement a red outfit. Kris suggested charcoal and black for evening, browns for daytime.
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By Tiffany Kelly, tiffany.kelly@latimes.com | May 15, 2013
They traveled more than 200 miles from the San Gabriel Valley to reach one of the darkest corners in Southern California. Three hours before sunset on Saturday, half a dozen amateur astronomers unloaded high-powered telescopes onto a concrete platform next to a group campground in the Mojave National Preserve, about 115 miles east of Barstow. One of the instruments would later be used to tour galaxies - including our own - while others would show the Cassini Division between Saturn's rings, and the moons orbiting Jupiter.
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By Michael J. Arvizu Valley Sun | April 10, 2008
Dark skies above La Cañada Flintridge reflected the somber mood inside St. Bede the Venerable Parish Tuesday morning, as hundreds of Los Angeles City Fire Department and Palmdale Fire Department firefighters gathered for the funeral of one of their own ? La Cañada resident and Los Angeles Fire Department Capt. Thomas Francis Dowling. Dowling passed March 30 after a six-year battle with cancer. He was 54. A bagpiper began the ceremonies by leading a procession of colleagues, family and friends into the church.
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