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December 4, 2008
Despite the present recession and future economic concerns this year, we all still have a lot to be thankful for. The fires have died, hope is on the horizon, and we have nowhere to go but up. And now as Christmas draws nearer, we can be thankful for the awesome gift ideas available this season to make even the trickiest person to buy for on your list a snap. Gadgets. Some pointless, others practical but everyone loves the newest gadget on the market and Wicked Lasers is the first place to look for that special someone who has everything but a laser.
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By Debra Kessler | December 19, 2012
Scary, disturbing, disgusting and virtually incomprehensible. These are the immediate feelings that overwhelm me as I watch the news unfold about the Newtown massacre. The shooter, like all children, had his own social, environmental and neurological history. This story brings to the forefront critical lessons in need of attention. We must guard against jumping to the conclusion that autistic-spectrum-disorder individuals are dangerous. But children who have difficulty with social engagement need support.
FEATURES
August 13, 2009
Guy Silliman recently married Michelle Little. The wedding ceremony took place at St. Bede the Venerable Catholic Church in La Cañada Flintridge and the officiant was Monsignor James Gehl. A reception held at Annandale Golf Club in Pasadena included many out-of-town guests as well as friends and family of the honored couple. Michelle is the daughter of Ann Little of Anaheim Hills and Dennis Little of Las Vegas. She is a graduate of El Dorado High School in Placentia and University of Southern California.
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January 11, 2007
The following crime reports for La Cañada Flintridge and La Crescenta was taken from the Crescenta Valley Sheriff's Station.   Saturday, Jan. 6   A man approached a resident in the 4700 block of Groveland in La Cañada Flintridge while he was working in his yard. The man inquired about purchasing the resident's car, which was parked in the garage. The resident and the man continued to talk, the man asked if he could do his yard work. The resident agreed, the man said he required half of the agreed payment up front, he was given a $50 traveler's check.
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By Ruth Longoria | July 31, 2008
He?s being hailed as a hero. Eagle Scout Daniel Jessee?s swift actions to waken his family, call 911 and help hose down a backyard tree fire the night of June 27, may have prevented a disastrous wildfire from affecting his neighborhood, his mother said. Jessee, 15, a junior at La Cañada High School, is this week?s Valley Sun All-Star. John Marshall, assistant scoutmaster and Eagle Scout advisor for Troop No. 502, said that Jessee is a ?really fine young guy.? Marshall has known and worked with Jessee for about five years.
NEWS
March 12, 2009
Prospect Avenue in Montrose, an iPod and stereo equipment were stolen and the door lock was damaged in a vehicle in the 2500 block between March 3-8. Mayfield Avenue in La Crescenta, an attempted burglary was reported by residents who came home to find several rooms ransacked. Computers were moved to another room in an apparent attempt to take them from the home. Jewelry and sunglasses were also taken. A witness reported seeing two men described as white, one man was wearing a red cap with side tassels.
NEWS
June 23, 2005
Valley View by Fereva My parents were old-fashioned. They tried to raise me to be lady, and I did my best. I never got the butter knife thing, though. Then I grew up and realized, oh, yeah, duh! I was in a restaurant the other day. Every waiting chair was filled by mommies and daddies and their neatly lined up kids. I was the elder in the room. I was very tired. So I sat on the floor. New-fashioned days, which lack in grace. When I was a kid in San Francisco, I rode the MUNI everywhere that I couldn't get to walking.
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By Olivia Champ | March 17, 2005
La Cañada Elementary School Second Grade Hi, I'm Alfonse the Leprechaun. I am a lizard. I look for the nice little dinosaurs and read stories to them. It all started when I was in the Jurassic Period and a little Brontosaurus was taking a vacation on a Saturday in Hawaii. He went out and started to go surfing. He almost caught a tremendous wave, but he was washed right back up to the shore. He had almost drowned, so I went and told him a story to make him feel better.
FEATURES
November 8, 2007
Pastors and ministers at churches across the country are reportedly using a violent video game, Halo 3, to reach young congregants. Ministers have held Halo nights, in which they use the game to attract youths. If young people stay to play the game, pastors hope youngsters will also stay for the biblical message. The first-person shooter game, which is rated M for mature audiences, depicts a cybernetically enhanced super soldier shooting at alien invaders in a lethal attempt to save Earth.
NEWS
By Mary O’Keefe | November 15, 2007
The month of October was a busy time for residential burglaries in La Cañada and the Crescenta Valley area. “There were 19 residential burglaries, one in Kagel Canyon, 11 in La Cañada and seven in La Crescenta,” said Sgt. Ray Harley of the Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station. Harley said that in general, the burglaries are happening during working hours, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. “There was one, a few weeks ago that the residents reported they were only gone two hours, between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.,” he said.
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By Debra Kessler | December 19, 2012
Scary, disturbing, disgusting and virtually incomprehensible. These are the immediate feelings that overwhelm me as I watch the news unfold about the Newtown massacre. The shooter, like all children, had his own social, environmental and neurological history. This story brings to the forefront critical lessons in need of attention. We must guard against jumping to the conclusion that autistic-spectrum-disorder individuals are dangerous. But children who have difficulty with social engagement need support.
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December 4, 2008
Despite the present recession and future economic concerns this year, we all still have a lot to be thankful for. The fires have died, hope is on the horizon, and we have nowhere to go but up. And now as Christmas draws nearer, we can be thankful for the awesome gift ideas available this season to make even the trickiest person to buy for on your list a snap. Gadgets. Some pointless, others practical but everyone loves the newest gadget on the market and Wicked Lasers is the first place to look for that special someone who has everything but a laser.
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