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July 3, 2008
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NEWS
December 31, 2009
Live Twittering from Rose Parade The La Cañada Valley Sun, Glendale News-Press and Burbank Leader will be Twittering live, for the first time, from the Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasdena. Log on anytime after 5:30 a.m. for a live Twitter feed of the events going on as they happen on the parade route. Log on to our Twitter feed at www.twitter.com/valleysun to follow us.   No identities for two skulls in ANF The two skulls that were found in Angeles National Forest on Dec. 24 and 26 have yet to be identified as the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s investigation is ongoing.
NEWS
January 17, 2008
Thursday Club hosts Tea with Santa The La Cañada Thursday Club?s 2008 Les Fleurettes provisional debutantes assisted Santa Claus at the Club?s annual holiday tea for children in December. The provisionals took photos with Santa, worked with children at the craft tables, and helped collect toy donations for Hillsides. Participating teens were Ruth Barber , Meghan Bartine , Joanna Burlison , Nicole Carbonetti , Kathryn Chew , Kathryn Christensen , Emily Crist , Brittany Johnson , Lydia Kay , Mia McCarthy , Laura Mead , Abbidee Merchant , Shannon Streeter , Rachel Todd and Amanda Ulf . Thursday Club members who also assisted Santa with the tea were Dotty and Denise Greenawalt , Linda Chew , Helen Phinney and Kate Duey , with special thanks to Paul Thrash . ?
NEWS
By Veronica Rocha | April 22, 2010
A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge last week cited budget and staffing cuts before postponing the sentencing of a Glendale man who pleaded no contest to possessing child porn and an assault rifle. Appearing frustrated inside his courtroom, Superior Court Judge William Ryan said recent budget cuts to the court system were taking their toll on overworked staff, and said it was the reason he had only just received papers from the defense team for Walter Loustari. The paperwork had been filed at the downtown court Wednesday.
NEWS
By Veronica Rocha | October 29, 2009
A La Cañada Flintridge couple and a Glendale man were among five people charged with beating and torturing two loan modification agents who were working to keep the couple out of foreclosure, officials said. The couple — Daniel Weston, 52, and Mary Ann Parmelee, a 52-year-old Realtor — allegedly grew frustrated with the loan agents because they thought not enough was being done to get their home on the 4800 block of La Cañada Boulevard out of foreclosure, according to the Los Angeles County district attorney’s office.
FEATURES
April 5, 2007
Alex Sercel received the Presidental Gold Service Award for outstanding volunteer service from Shirley Hingst, president of the Kiwanis Club of La Cañada AM, at the club's meeting Wednesday, March 21. Sercel, an eighth grade student at St. Bede School and a member of the St. Bede Builders Club and Scout Troop 502, has amassed 128.5 service hours in projects benefitting the local community and needy persons in Los Angeles County. "We are happy to sponsor Alex, a young man who epitomizes the spirit of service that is represented by his school, his scout troop and our Builders Club," said Shirley Hingst during the presentation.
FEATURES
May 24, 2007
Several Paradise Canyon Elementary sixth grade students received recognition for their prize winning essays and artwork in the Plan-It Earth Contest sponsored by the Los Angeles Times. The contest was open to sixth to ninth grade students in Los Angeles County. The topic was "What Concerns You about the Environment?" Rebecca Villalpondo received first place for the sixth grade category. She also won the grand prize for her award-winning essay which will be published in an upcoming edition of The Times.
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