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September 24, 2009
A trip to the dentist may not be on your list of ?happy places,? so let?s try to save some time, expense, pain and discomfort by sorting this out. There are some things you should know about your dentist: Does he participate in ongoing education? It?s probably been years since he graduated from dental school, and lately major strides have been made in materials for fillings, bondings, and root canals. Is his equipment updated, and does he have a digital X-ray machine? It uses less radiation than film, and is easier to read, so diagnosis is more accurate.
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By Daniel Siegal, daniel.siegal@latimes.com | October 27, 2012
After staring at the teeth of 20,000 children for nearly three decades, Dr. Keith Serxner is hanging up his white coat. Serxner, 57, who started his practice in La Cañada in 1985, said that he and his wife, pediatrician Laura Mabie, both have elderly parents whom they want to help care for, but that retirement is also a chance for the two to bike, hike and travel. “You get to be close to your 60s, and you see that friends of yours don't get to do what they've planned because life is not always predictable,” he said.
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FEATURES
December 13, 2007
Members of the Don José Chapter of the National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, held its monthly meeting at a private home recently. Also in attendance were Crescenta Valley Air Force ROTC Lt. Col. David Worley and JROTC Cadet Capt. Elizabeth Lee, a senior at Crescenta Valley High School and recipient of the Daughters of the American Revolution ROTC Medal. The award was presented this past June at a CVHS awards ceremony. Col. Worley praised Lee for her work and describing her as "a tremendous leader, one of three in charge of cadet operations for the CVHS program."
SPORTS
By Mark Gero | August 18, 2005
Located just west of the Glendale Community College campus is a park. It's a typical park like any other. A place to take your kids, to walk around or simply a place to relax. The park has a complete baseball diamond, with seats like a minor league ball field. The field is well groomed and ready for play. Local Little League, Babe Ruth and other youth organizations often use this field for their games. The field is named after one of the most colorful characters in Major League Baseball - Casey Stengel.
FEATURES
August 31, 2006
Mary and Leonard Kenney of La Cañada Flintridge have announced the recent marriage of their son, Philip Kenney, a 2001 graduate of La Cañada High School, to his college sweetheart, Ella Smith. The wedding took place at Ella's relatives' house in her hometown of Olympia, Wash., in an outdoor ceremony overlooking Puget Sound. Despite fears that rain showers, so common in the Pacific Northwest, would spoil the event, the July 3 date proved prophetic and the outline of Mount Rainier, visible across the cloudless sky, provided the backdrop.
NEWS
May 3, 2007
Ten Years Ago … La Cañada's oldest house of worship, Church of the Lighted Window, celebrated its 100th birthday with a service, time capsule dedication, and afternoon party at "Homewood," the estate on Verdugo Boulevard that was built by the pioneer Lanterman family. Dr. and Mrs. Jacob Lanterman donated the land for and organized the "Church of the Valley" in 1897. Twenty Years Ago … A group of local parents was pushing the school board to reopen the Palm Crest Elementary School site due to increasing enrollment in the school district.
NEWS
By Joe Piasecki, joe.piasecki@latimes.com | April 6, 2011
Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department investigators said this week they are keeping an eye on a Montrose medical marijuana clinic  they suspect is dispensing pot. Glendale has a moratorium on such facilities. Arthur Setyan, medical director of Montrose Medical Group, denied the claim, saying the office only gives out recommendations for the drug. ___ FOR THE RECORD: The La Cañada Valley Sun has learned that the quotes and information attributed to Arthur Setyan in an article published April 7, 2011 ("Investigators target pot clinic")
FEATURES
March 11, 2010
K-Kids collect books In February, Kiwanis K-Kids of the Community Center of La Cañada Flintridge completed a successful Book Drive, collecting more than 1,000 books from the community and through Once Upon A time Bookstore in Montrose. Books will be donated to USC County Public Hospital, Toll Middle School, Union Avenue Elementary and several under funded preschools in LA County. K-Kids is a community service organization for elementary age students sponsored by the Kiwanis Club.
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By Daniel Siegal, daniel.siegal@latimes.com | October 27, 2012
After staring at the teeth of 20,000 children for nearly three decades, Dr. Keith Serxner is hanging up his white coat. Serxner, 57, who started his practice in La Cañada in 1985, said that he and his wife, pediatrician Laura Mabie, both have elderly parents whom they want to help care for, but that retirement is also a chance for the two to bike, hike and travel. “You get to be close to your 60s, and you see that friends of yours don't get to do what they've planned because life is not always predictable,” he said.
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ENTERTAINMENT
September 24, 2009
A trip to the dentist may not be on your list of ?happy places,? so let?s try to save some time, expense, pain and discomfort by sorting this out. There are some things you should know about your dentist: Does he participate in ongoing education? It?s probably been years since he graduated from dental school, and lately major strides have been made in materials for fillings, bondings, and root canals. Is his equipment updated, and does he have a digital X-ray machine? It uses less radiation than film, and is easier to read, so diagnosis is more accurate.
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