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July 8, 2004
I am writing you about my concern regarding the recent 3-2 vote to remove the 'cross' that has been utilized in LA County's seal for the past 46 years. The issue is not one of separation of church and state-it is an issue of culture, custom, history and tradition. We cannot deny our roots as a county (or society), nor should we attempt to erase aspects of our history based on weak claims that contents or symbols of our history are offensive. I feel that the LA County Supervisors are giving in to the extreme liberal American Civil Liberties Union too quickly by acknowledging their argument that, "The seal makes some Angelinos feel unwelcome."
SPORTS
May 8, 2008
It’s been a long time coming, but the La Cañada softball team clinched second place in the Rio Hondo league and has sealed themselves a playoff spot in the CIF-Southern Section playoffs for the first time in five years. The Spartans (12-10, 7-3 in league) beat Monrovia, 2-1, in extra innings late on Wednesday to seal the deal. Lauren O’Leary pitched all eight innings of the game for the Spartans, facing 30 batters and allowing one run on one hit and two walks.
SPORTS
March 23, 2006
Joselitos defeated Paper Rabbit, 7-5, in Crescenta Valley Little League Minor Division play last week. Hailey Cookson, starting pitcher for Joselitos, pitched three innings. She struck out nine batters while giving up no hits and no runs. Cookson was relieved by Selina Mohr who hurled two innings. She struck out five and gave up one hit to Paper Rabbit's Amanda Mcnamee. Olivia Thayer finished the game for Joselitos, pitching the last inning. Gabbie Lavarro and Danielle Lynch both pitched a great game for the Rabbits Tiffany Briscoe, Natalie Casey and Kedall Heurkins did a great job hitting and fielding for Joselitos Allyne Meyer, Emily Lockwood, Erika Johnson, Kendell Jones, Marissa Coronado, Nicole Johnson, Sydney Potrykus helped seal the victory for Joselitos.
SPORTS
By Timithie Gould | November 1, 2007
The undefeated La Cañada girls? varsity volleyball team continued in their winning ways last week after moving to 9-0 in Rio Hondo League play with a 3-0 victory over South Pasadena. The 25-15, 25-18, 25-19 win came fairly easily thanks to the girls? never-give-up attitude on the floor. Junior Cami Martin made two diving saves to keep the ball in play while strong blocking and communication between players kept the ball under control on the La Cañada side. Kim McCutchan, Becky Hummel and Courtney McCutchan teamed up at the net for a combined 27 kills, all going through setter Haley Woodford, who finished with 34 assists.
NEWS
February 23, 2006
Members and guests of the La Cañada Flintridge Republican Club will be hearing from Dave Hernandez, chairman of the "Save the Seal Campaign," at the monthly meeting of the club set for 6:30 p.m., Monday, Feb. 27 at Magpie's Grill, 1438 Foothill Blvd., La Cañada. According to Chairman Al Restivo, the club has changed meeting location in order to create variety. Meetings for the past several years had been held at Dish Restaurant. "We thought that the food was great at Dish" said Restivo, "but we have decided to vary our locations depending on the subjects to be covered in the meeting programs.
NEWS
By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | October 21, 2010
Two fire engines drove down Foothill Boulevard carrying a different kind of cargo than usual — La Cañada High School's football team and cheerleaders, as part of the homecoming parade on Friday before the big game and school dance. "Homecoming is a celebratory event, the kids are very excited about it," said Joanne Davidson, LCHS assistant principal. "We have a lot of people come back for the football game and it's just a great time for our school. " The festivities kicked off early Friday morning as LCHS students packed the school's football stadium at 9:30 a.m. for a pep rally.
SPORTS
By Andrew Shortall | March 23, 2012
LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE - A rally in the final inning produced a result the San Marino High baseball team wants to remember the rest of the year and one La Can¿ada can't forget soon enough. Through six innings, the Titans failed to drive a runner home from scoring position in seven chances. San Marino got new life in the seventh, starting the inning with three consecutive hits and going four for seven with runners in position in the frame. It was enough for the Titans to overcome a two-run deficit for a 7-2 win at La Can¿ada at Friday.
FEATURES
February 8, 2007
Not only is Hathaway-Sycamores Child and Family Services the largest, nonprofit children's mental health and welfare agency in Los Angeles County, but it has now earned further distinction having recently received the Joint Commissions's Gold Seal of Approval. By demonstrating compliance with the Joint Commission's national standards for health care quality and safety, Hathaway-Sycamores has earned the special designation, the highest level of accreditation that a behavioral health care organization can achieve.
SPORTS
August 20, 2009
La Cañadans Max States and Jonathan Sullivan have returned from the Junior Olympics with bronze medals this week after winning third place at the Junior Olympics with their club, Santa Monica Beach Club. The SMBC team was able to firmly secure a national bid and high seeding at the Junior Olympics by winning the silver at the SCVA Junior Boys Volleyball Classic, a North American tournament held in Anaheim. Sullivan, a lefty, worked as opposite hitter while States, a righty, worked as an outside hitter.
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SPORTS
By Andrew Shortall | March 23, 2012
LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE - A rally in the final inning produced a result the San Marino High baseball team wants to remember the rest of the year and one La Can¿ada can't forget soon enough. Through six innings, the Titans failed to drive a runner home from scoring position in seven chances. San Marino got new life in the seventh, starting the inning with three consecutive hits and going four for seven with runners in position in the frame. It was enough for the Titans to overcome a two-run deficit for a 7-2 win at La Can¿ada at Friday.
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NEWS
By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | October 21, 2010
Two fire engines drove down Foothill Boulevard carrying a different kind of cargo than usual — La Cañada High School's football team and cheerleaders, as part of the homecoming parade on Friday before the big game and school dance. "Homecoming is a celebratory event, the kids are very excited about it," said Joanne Davidson, LCHS assistant principal. "We have a lot of people come back for the football game and it's just a great time for our school. " The festivities kicked off early Friday morning as LCHS students packed the school's football stadium at 9:30 a.m. for a pep rally.
SPORTS
May 8, 2008
It’s been a long time coming, but the La Cañada softball team clinched second place in the Rio Hondo league and has sealed themselves a playoff spot in the CIF-Southern Section playoffs for the first time in five years. The Spartans (12-10, 7-3 in league) beat Monrovia, 2-1, in extra innings late on Wednesday to seal the deal. Lauren O’Leary pitched all eight innings of the game for the Spartans, facing 30 batters and allowing one run on one hit and two walks.
SPORTS
By Timithie Gould | November 1, 2007
The undefeated La Cañada girls? varsity volleyball team continued in their winning ways last week after moving to 9-0 in Rio Hondo League play with a 3-0 victory over South Pasadena. The 25-15, 25-18, 25-19 win came fairly easily thanks to the girls? never-give-up attitude on the floor. Junior Cami Martin made two diving saves to keep the ball in play while strong blocking and communication between players kept the ball under control on the La Cañada side. Kim McCutchan, Becky Hummel and Courtney McCutchan teamed up at the net for a combined 27 kills, all going through setter Haley Woodford, who finished with 34 assists.
SPORTS
March 23, 2006
Joselitos defeated Paper Rabbit, 7-5, in Crescenta Valley Little League Minor Division play last week. Hailey Cookson, starting pitcher for Joselitos, pitched three innings. She struck out nine batters while giving up no hits and no runs. Cookson was relieved by Selina Mohr who hurled two innings. She struck out five and gave up one hit to Paper Rabbit's Amanda Mcnamee. Olivia Thayer finished the game for Joselitos, pitching the last inning. Gabbie Lavarro and Danielle Lynch both pitched a great game for the Rabbits Tiffany Briscoe, Natalie Casey and Kedall Heurkins did a great job hitting and fielding for Joselitos Allyne Meyer, Emily Lockwood, Erika Johnson, Kendell Jones, Marissa Coronado, Nicole Johnson, Sydney Potrykus helped seal the victory for Joselitos.
NEWS
February 23, 2006
Members and guests of the La Cañada Flintridge Republican Club will be hearing from Dave Hernandez, chairman of the "Save the Seal Campaign," at the monthly meeting of the club set for 6:30 p.m., Monday, Feb. 27 at Magpie's Grill, 1438 Foothill Blvd., La Cañada. According to Chairman Al Restivo, the club has changed meeting location in order to create variety. Meetings for the past several years had been held at Dish Restaurant. "We thought that the food was great at Dish" said Restivo, "but we have decided to vary our locations depending on the subjects to be covered in the meeting programs.
NEWS
July 8, 2004
I am writing you about my concern regarding the recent 3-2 vote to remove the 'cross' that has been utilized in LA County's seal for the past 46 years. The issue is not one of separation of church and state-it is an issue of culture, custom, history and tradition. We cannot deny our roots as a county (or society), nor should we attempt to erase aspects of our history based on weak claims that contents or symbols of our history are offensive. I feel that the LA County Supervisors are giving in to the extreme liberal American Civil Liberties Union too quickly by acknowledging their argument that, "The seal makes some Angelinos feel unwelcome."
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