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October 23, 2008
Jr. Gremlin La Cañada, Glendale Bears (flag teams do not keep score) The Jr. Gremlin Gladiators had a very successful outing on Saturday against the venerable Glendale Bears. La Cañada?s defense particularly stood out, keeping the Bears limited on gains for the entire contest. Leading the defensive charge were linemen Henry Alvarez, Cory Koehler, John Lytle, Derek Albanese and Jared Bourgalt. Cornerbacks JP Crispi and Austin Heberger kept the Bears contained and virtually shut down the passing attempts of Glendale.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 25, 2009
Part 3 Understanding and celebrating your body?s uniqueness can help you to use knowledge of your body proportions to choose the correct clothing styles. There often is nothing wrong with your body, but only with the clothing purchases. Education and knowledge will help you to make wise clothing decisions. Short, heavy necks: deeper, wider necklines Long necks: shallow to medium necklines; cowl necklines Narrow shoulders (1? smaller than hips)
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By Charly Shelton | January 12, 2006
The "Book of Daniel" on NBC last Friday has raised a few fundamentalist eyebrows. Some stations have even pulled it from their schedule. The uproar began before it was actually aired. The story is about an Episcopal priest, the church, his very dysfunctional family and an embezzlement. Oh, yes, there is one other thing, the priest has periodical visits from Jesus Christ. Let me first say I am a Christian and an Episcopalian. I enjoyed the first episode. Father Daniel Webster, played by Aidian Quinn, has a very disturbed family.
NEWS
April 22, 2010
Redesigning bus stops and streamlining the Olympics and building a telescope were topics that dominated discussion at the Institutes for the 21st Century presentation at La Cañada High School on April 15. “I built my own telescope this year,” said sophomore Angela Kim, after explaining the difference between refraction and reflection. “My mentor, Dr. [Steve] Edberg, built the tripod. We talked a lot about lenses this year. They’re a lot of fun.” Edberg said he always pushes his students to question even the most widely accepted scientific concepts.
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By Grant Gordon, Grant.gordon@latimes.com | November 10, 2010
LOS ANGELES — Little has come easy for the St. Francis High football team this season. Thus, even facing a struggling Cathedral squad, St. Francis was forced to rally in dramatic fashion. With 42 seconds left, and his team trailing by one, receiver Travis Talianko got separation on a fade, tip-toed along the side of the end zone and hauled in a game-winning 12-yard touchdown pass from Brett Nelson to propel the visiting Golden Knights to a 28-21 Mission League win against the Phantoms.
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By Grant Gordon | October 9, 2009
Recently tabbed the No. 1 team in the CIF Southern Section Western Division, St. Francis High’s football team certainly showcased its talents and flexed its might on Thursday night. Led by three rushing scores from senior running back Dietrich Riley, St. Francis overwhelmed visiting El Rancho, 42-7, at Friedman Field in a nonleague contest. “We’re 5-0, it sounds good to say that,” said Riley, who ran for 109 yards in 13 carries and had touchdown runs of 10, two and five yards in keeping his team undefeated.
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By Jane Napier Neely | September 2, 2004
Final touches are being put in place for the Noon Kiwanis Club's second annual Wine & Gourmet Food Tasting to be held from 3 to 6 p.m. on Sept. 12 at LCF Memorial Park. Once again, Mary Gant and Clyde Hemphill will chair the event that they promise will be even bigger and better than last year's, which drew more than 300 people. "This is a definite win/win event when excellent food is paired with exceptional wines," said Daryl Gant, incoming president of the Noon Kiwanis Club.
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By Seth Amitin | April 16, 2010
Among the things talked about on the second floor of the La Cañada High library April 15 —along with redesigning bus stops, planning to make the Olympics more efficient and a marketing strategy for a nationwide juice store to include sorbet —was just how lenses worked. “I built my own telescope this year,” said sophomore Angela Kim, after explaining the difference between refraction and reflection. “My mentor, Dr. [Steve] Edberg, built the tripod.
NEWS
June 9, 2005
by Jacqueline Chen In the early hours of last Friday morning, Chris Burke returned to his Flintridge home to find his red 1989 Porsche 911 missing from the driveway where he had left it six hours previously. He alerted the local law enforcement authorities and less than five minutes later, three patrol cars from the Crescenta Valley Sheriff's Station arrived at his home. Burke last saw the car when he left home at 6:30 on Thursday evening. He said his neighbor, who returned home at 9:30 p.m., believes he saw the automobile still parked in Burke's driveway at that time.
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October 23, 2008
Jr. Gremlin La Cañada, Glendale Bears (flag teams do not keep score) The Jr. Gremlin Gladiators had a very successful outing on Saturday against the venerable Glendale Bears. La Cañada?s defense particularly stood out, keeping the Bears limited on gains for the entire contest. Leading the defensive charge were linemen Henry Alvarez, Cory Koehler, John Lytle, Derek Albanese and Jared Bourgalt. Cornerbacks JP Crispi and Austin Heberger kept the Bears contained and virtually shut down the passing attempts of Glendale.
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