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By Ruth Longoria | April 17, 2008
It was quite a coup to get Southern California?s only woman meteorologist on his team, KABC7 meteorologist and primary weather forecaster Dallas Raines said of his co-worker and protégé, La Cañada?s native golden girl, Indra Petersons. Petersons joined the television station?s news team in 2004, and, after a few years of assisting Raines with forecasting and graphics, recently became a regular on-air weather forecaster at the Glendale-based, Los Angeles station. Petersons can be seen from 5 a.m. to noon weekends; she also provides the weekly ski and surf report and fills in on air at other times during the week.
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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | October 4, 2010
A brief display of rain and thunder couldn't keep the Flintridge Autumn Classic from riding through La Cañada. People from all over Southern California flocked to the Flintridge Riding Club's 70th annual Autumn Classic, which kicked off Friday morning and wrapped up Sunday. Interested spectators trotted in to catch the festivities while riders competed for one of the 28 different championship trophies up for grabs. The weekend's two highlight events were the San Fernando Hunter Jumper Assn.
SPORTS
May 11, 2006
La Canada Junior Baseball/Softball Scores Babe Ruth Division Yankees (Woe) - 13 Orioles (Hanson) - 3 The Yankees’ Ace Taylor Brink and Closer Joseph Cadiff faced off against Orioles’ pitchers including Sam Baldwin Chris Longo in a game in which the Yankees came out on top. Kevin Dalrymple (a triple and a single). Will Peterman (a double), Brink (two singles) and Mark Saatzer, Jamie Krasner, Harry Kightlinger, John Love and Cadiff, all of whom had singles, led the team The highlight for the Orioles’ offense was Josh Hanson’s prodigious home run to the right field wall and a double by Longo.
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By Ruth Longoria | April 17, 2008
It was quite a coup to get Southern California?s only woman meteorologist on his team, KABC7 meteorologist and primary weather forecaster Dallas Raines said of his co-worker and protégé, La Cañada?s native golden girl, Indra Petersons. Petersons joined the television station?s news team in 2004, and, after a few years of assisting Raines with forecasting and graphics, recently became a regular on-air weather forecaster at the Glendale-based, Los Angeles station. Petersons can be seen from 5 a.m. to noon weekends; she also provides the weekly ski and surf report and fills in on air at other times during the week.
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