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April 19, 2007
The Rodgers and Hammerstein musical celebrating the American spirit, will be performed at the Glendale Community College Auditorium Mainstage Theatre for two weekends, opening April 27. Kim Mowrey is the director with choreography by Melissa Randel. The choreography is based on the original choreography of Agnes de Mille. Musical direction is by Dan Belzer and Richard Berent. The musical features standards such as the rousing title song "Oklahoma!," "People Will Say We're in Love" and "Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin'."
SPORTS
By Grant Gordon | January 14, 2010
With scholarship offers from Southern California to Florida, from Michigan down to Oklahoma and seemingly everywhere else in between, Dietrich Riley entered his senior season at St. Francis High. Having shown an eye for the ball at safety and a nose for the big hit at linebacker, he displayed brilliant vision at running back right along with steady hands and breakaway speed at receiver. And with all this, Riley set forth on one last year as a Golden Knight with little, if anything, to prove.
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March 25, 2010
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ENTERTAINMENT
September 21, 2006
"Waiting for Lefty" By Clifford Odets Directed by Melissa R. Randel Runs: Oct. 26 to Nov. 12 on the M ainstage Theater Clifford Odets' "Waiting for Lefty" is a vigorous, confrontational work based on a 1934 strike of unionized New York cab drivers. Explicit political messages dominate the play, whose ultimate goal was nothing less than the promotion of a communist revolution in America. Appearing at the height of the Great Depression, the play's original 1935 production was a critical and popular sensation.
FEATURES
September 6, 2007
Second Lt. (U.S. Air Force) Christopher Michael Kidd and Miranda Denise Pruett announced their engagement June 10 in Enid, Okla. Miranda is a 2001 graduate of Enid High School and attended Northern Oklahoma College. She is a certified phlebotomist. She is the daughter of Ronald and Donna Mayfield of Enid and Murle and Margie Pruett of Bon Aqua, Tenn. Her grandparents are Donald and Carrie Vaughn of Kensett, Ark. Chris is the son of retired Lt. Col. USAF John B. Kidd Jr. and Robyn (Galleher)
SPORTS
July 20, 2006
Yumi So has joined Sara Sun as members of the Crescenta Valley High varsity swim team who have qualified for the 2008 U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials. So qualified for the trials, which will be held in Oklahoma, by winning the consolation finals in the women's 200 meter butterfly event on July 14 at the 13th annual Janet Evans Invitational. Her time of two minutes and 16.18 seconds was more than half a second faster than the Olympics Trials qualifying time for the event. Sun has already qualified for the trials in the 800 freestyle event.
NEWS
December 31, 2010
Glenn R. Watson, a lawyer who was instrumental in the formation of the cities of Rancho Palos Verdes, Cerritos, Industry, Carson, and who served as city attorney for many cities throughout Southern California for 50 years, died Dec. 26. He was 93. His law firm, Richards, Watson & Gershon, was formed in 1954 with the late state Sens. Richard Richards and Robert G. Beverly, and became known as a leading municipal law firm in California. Watson's first city incorporation was the city of Dairy Valley, whose boosters claimed the city had "3,500 people, 35,000 cows.
SPORTS
September 9, 2004
The St. Francis High Cheerleaders performed at half-time at the UCLA vs. Oklahoma State game last Saturday at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. Also performing with the cheer squad were other younger girls who attended the same summer camp. Every summer the St. Francis High cheerleaders put on a Junior Cheer Camp for first - eighth grades. At the three-day camp, the younger girls learn drills, team unity, icebreakers, cheers, chants, and a dance routine. The youths will also perform with the cheerleaders at half time at the Golden Knights' first home game which this year will be tomorrow (Friday)
NEWS
By Anita Susan Brenner | July 24, 2008
On Dec. 13, 1900, the Automobile Club of Southern California was founded in Los Angeles. Back then, motoring was a rich man’s sport. Elegant. Romantic. Adventurous. The Automobile Club of Southern California catered to the early road warriors. Its mission was to foster road improvement and improve traffic laws. Two years later, in 1902, the American Automobile Association was formed and the Automobile Club of Southern California became an early affiliate. In the years that followed, the “Auto Club” hired cartographers to survey the state’s roads.
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By Grant Gordon | January 14, 2010
With scholarship offers from Southern California to Florida, from Michigan down to Oklahoma and seemingly everywhere else in between, Dietrich Riley entered his senior season at St. Francis High. Having shown an eye for the ball at safety and a nose for the big hit at linebacker, he displayed brilliant vision at running back right along with steady hands and breakaway speed at receiver. And with all this, Riley set forth on one last year as a Golden Knight with little, if anything, to prove.
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ENTERTAINMENT
April 19, 2007
The Rodgers and Hammerstein musical celebrating the American spirit, will be performed at the Glendale Community College Auditorium Mainstage Theatre for two weekends, opening April 27. Kim Mowrey is the director with choreography by Melissa Randel. The choreography is based on the original choreography of Agnes de Mille. Musical direction is by Dan Belzer and Richard Berent. The musical features standards such as the rousing title song "Oklahoma!," "People Will Say We're in Love" and "Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin'."
ENTERTAINMENT
September 21, 2006
"Waiting for Lefty" By Clifford Odets Directed by Melissa R. Randel Runs: Oct. 26 to Nov. 12 on the M ainstage Theater Clifford Odets' "Waiting for Lefty" is a vigorous, confrontational work based on a 1934 strike of unionized New York cab drivers. Explicit political messages dominate the play, whose ultimate goal was nothing less than the promotion of a communist revolution in America. Appearing at the height of the Great Depression, the play's original 1935 production was a critical and popular sensation.
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