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June 26, 2008
LCHS grad receives masters Jennifer Breckheimer , a 2001 graduate of La Cañada High School, has received her masters degree in public policy from the University of Southern California. Before beginning her employment in Washington, D.C., working for Deloite as a public sector consultant, Breckheimer will visit China to work on a waste water management project with a USC professor and several students for the city of Guangzhou. Her trip abroad will include time in Hong Kong, India, Dubai and France.
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By Jane Napier Neely | July 28, 2010
According to the weather people on the various TV stations, we are headed for one of the coolest Julys in recent recorded history. Guess Mother Nature just knew some of us were loving that "June gloom" and just kept giving us extra servings. It was cool enough early Monday morning for me to dig out my fuzzy slippers because my feet were cold — who ever heard of that in July? So, for now I'm quite happy with our overcast mornings. . Even though we have been in the glooms in the a.m., by the time we reach the p.m. the day has warmed up sufficiently to give us balmy nights.
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By Hripsime Moskovian, Special to the Valley Sun | September 21, 2010
Cherrie O'Hagan, wife, mother and artist, is the most recent recipient of the Verdugo Hills Art Association's Artist of the Year Award. Her watercolor portraits have earned her an honor that she says was most unexpected. "I was really honored," O'Hagan said of the award. "I wasn't expecting it because there were quite a few other artists [considered]. " A native of the Philippines, O'Hagan began her career by studying architecture, but realized it wasn't the right career path for her. "I didn't like the scientific side of architecture," she said.
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By Seth Amitin | March 11, 2010
This wasn’t just any big win, it was the big win. “We hit the home run,” said race horse breeder Bob Baffert. “We finally hit it after all these years.” Misremembered, a 4-year-old race horse owned by George Jacobs, proprietor of La Cañada landmark Georgee’s Pizza, and a small ownership group of friends, won the 73rd annual Santa Anita Big Handicap and its $750,000 prize money on Saturday. I’m in shock,” Jacobs said.
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June 26, 2008
LCHS grad receives masters Jennifer Breckheimer , a 2001 graduate of La Cañada High School, has received her masters degree in public policy from the University of Southern California. Before beginning her employment in Washington, D.C., working for Deloite as a public sector consultant, Breckheimer will visit China to work on a waste water management project with a USC professor and several students for the city of Guangzhou. Her trip abroad will include time in Hong Kong, India, Dubai and France.
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