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By Chris Sutton | December 16, 2004
Friday, Dec. 10 was a beautiful, sunny day, especially for a picnic lunch and that is just how hundreds of students and parents at La Cañada Elementary School celebrated the holiday season, the Southern California way. Wearing sunglasses and hats, the parents came carrying lawn chairs, blankets and, of course, lunch, which included pizza, Subway sandwiches, Taco Bell, salads and the American favorite, hamburgers. "This is a nice activity. We didn't have this when I was in school.
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By Carol Cormaci | February 25, 2010
When she was in grade school, my mother impressed one of her elementary school teachers by writing a poem in which she used the word “soughing.” How do I know this? The resulting praise she received was so pleasing a memory that she shared it with me more than once during her lifetime. Had she not, I’m not sure I would today know what “sough” means. To my best recollection, it has never come up in a conversation with any of my friends. In case you have not have encountered it before, the word describes the sound the wind makes when it rustles through trees or gently tosses the ocean.
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February 12, 2009
Angeles Crest Highway in La Cañada, a man reported that he accidentally left his wallet on the counter at the Shell Gas Station. When he returned later, it was gone in the 4500 block between 11 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. on Sunday. Viro Road in La Cañada, a tailgate was stolen from a pick-up truck that was parked on the street in the 4500 block overnight, Feb. 6-7. Foothill Boulevard in La Crescenta, an employee at the Shell Gas Station reported that a man had used a stolen credit card to purchase diesel fuel in the 3000 block at 9:20 p.m. on Feb. 5. Foothill Boulevard and Cloud Avenu e in La Crescenta, Peter Crosby, 22, a transient was arrested after deputies responded to a report of a man staggering down the sidewalk.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 3, 2008
Ten Years Ago Eight employees of the La Cañada Taco Bell found themselves being herded into a cooler at gunpoint during a takeover robbery on the evening of Dec. 30, 1997, which yielded the three robbery suspects, all of whom escaped, some $400 in cash. No one was injured during the crime, which was brought to the attention of the Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station by a customer who was in his car at the drive-through window while the robbery was unfolding.   Twenty Years Ago A large van carrying movie equipment lost its brakes as it was being driven down Angeles Crest Highway from the forest.
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January 3, 2008
Ten Years Ago Eight employees of the La Cañada Taco Bell found themselves being herded into a cooler at gunpoint during a takeover robbery on the evening of Dec. 30, 1997, which yielded the three robbery suspects, all of whom escaped, some $400 in cash. No one was injured during the crime, which was brought to the attention of the Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station by a customer who was in his car at the drive-through window while the robbery was unfolding.   Twenty Years Ago A large van carrying movie equipment lost its brakes as it was being driven down Angeles Crest Highway from the forest.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 20, 2007
Remember Patty, Maxine and LaVerne, belting out hits like Bie Mir Bist du Schoen, Hold Tight, and Don’t Sit Under The Apple Tree, to the beat of the big band in the glory days of Glenn Miller and Benny Goodman? The Sisters of Swing, Stephanie Krystad, Teresa Parente and Ember Vaughan, will present "It’s a Spring Swing in the Ballroom" on Sunday, April 29, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the Lanterman House Ballroom. Continuing a series of Sunday musicals inspired by the sheet music collection of the late Frank Lanterman, the Lanterman Historical Museum Foundation moves from the Roarin’ Twenties to the Swingin’ Forties to present a foot-tapping evening of music.
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By Jennifer Berry | September 8, 2005
Two women were assaulted last month in broad daylight in two separate incidents that happened at a busy La Cañada Flintridge restaurant and a quiet La Crescenta street. Crescenta Valley Sheriff's Station Det. Cynthia Gonzales said the latest incident happened at Taco Bell at 4 p.m. Aug. 25. Gonzales said a 35-year-old Tujunga woman was walking out of the restaurant when a clean-shaven white man with dark hair pushed her up against a pickup truck and put his hand under her skirt.
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By Daniel Siegal, daniel.siegal@latimes.com | December 12, 2012
La Cañada Flintridge has a few drive-through businesses, but the Planning Commission may not want any more. On Tuesday the commission voted 4-0 to recommend against a change to the Downtown Village Specific Plan to allow drive-throughs. The change would benefit Bill Koury, owner of the Shell gas station on Angeles Crest Highway, who sought to bring a Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf to the station at the shoulder of the Foothill (210) Freeway. Koury told the commission the coffee franchise had expressed interest in opening next to the station, but only if it could put in a drive-through.
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By Carol Cormaci | February 25, 2010
When she was in grade school, my mother impressed one of her elementary school teachers by writing a poem in which she used the word “soughing.” How do I know this? The resulting praise she received was so pleasing a memory that she shared it with me more than once during her lifetime. Had she not, I’m not sure I would today know what “sough” means. To my best recollection, it has never come up in a conversation with any of my friends. In case you have not have encountered it before, the word describes the sound the wind makes when it rustles through trees or gently tosses the ocean.
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By Chris Sutton | December 16, 2004
Friday, Dec. 10 was a beautiful, sunny day, especially for a picnic lunch and that is just how hundreds of students and parents at La Cañada Elementary School celebrated the holiday season, the Southern California way. Wearing sunglasses and hats, the parents came carrying lawn chairs, blankets and, of course, lunch, which included pizza, Subway sandwiches, Taco Bell, salads and the American favorite, hamburgers. "This is a nice activity. We didn't have this when I was in school.
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