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By Ruth Longoria | May 1, 2008
Plans to turn Foothill Boulevard?s La Cañada Liquor store into a new prototype family-friendly 7-Eleven store has area residents and business owners buzzing. Although permit applications aren?t yet in writing, store owner John Paton has talked with city staff and LCF Chamber of Commerce President Pat Anderson about the possible transition, Anderson and city senior planner Fred Buss confirmed Tuesday. ?I have heard that [Paton] has talked with the Southland Corporation, which is the owner of 7-Eleven,?
ENTERTAINMENT
January 21, 2010
Ten Years Ago The city of La Cañada Flintridge appeared on a list of 23 cities under a state compliance order to reduce waste sent to landfills or face $10,000-a-day fines. This prompted the City Council to require residents to begin separating all of their yard trimmings from household waste before putting them curbside for the waste haulers. Twenty Years Ago At halftime of a Friday night basketball game, Charlie Stewart, Gaye McNeil, Kristin McQueen Conroy and John Paton were inducted into the La Cañada High School Hall of Fame.
SPORTS
October 5, 2006
Junior Gremlins (Teams do not officially keep score) The La Cañada Junior Gremlins played valiantly Saturday facing a much larger team at Temple City. La Cañada's offense started off well, but ended the game with no points to the three touchdowns put up by Temple City. The boys played a good game and executed their finely tuned game plan as well as could be expected. The offense was scrambling, but had solid performances from Ethan De Moulin, Josey Harb, Nicholas Hernandez, and Patric Panoosi on the line.
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By Don Mazen | September 8, 2005
The beginnings of the La Cañada High School football can be summed up in several, briefs notations. The advent of a full-scale football program. . . .Official notification of joining the Rio Hondo League. . .A new $3 million stadium to be ready in the following season. . .Introduction of first head grid coach Bob Mahoney, who ran up plenty of wins in both varsity baseball and "B" football at San Marino High, and copped seven league titles in the process. . .The historic first football game against St. Francis High, the lopsided 46-7 loss being a rude awakening for the newly named Spartans.
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By Ruth Longoria | May 1, 2008
Plans to turn Foothill Boulevard?s La Cañada Liquor store into a new prototype family-friendly 7-Eleven store has area residents and business owners buzzing. Although permit applications aren?t yet in writing, store owner John Paton has talked with city staff and LCF Chamber of Commerce President Pat Anderson about the possible transition, Anderson and city senior planner Fred Buss confirmed Tuesday. ?I have heard that [Paton] has talked with the Southland Corporation, which is the owner of 7-Eleven,?
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