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By Mary O’Keefe | August 28, 2008
La Cañada elementary age students at some schools will notice an obvious change while others will see more subtle ones. The most obvious will be at Palm Crest Elementary, where the construction of a new multi-purpose room is well underway. ?It is to be completed by next year,? said Principal Anais Wenn. With its completion, the school will change its lunch schedule from three lunch times to two. ?Our Spanish program will be changing too,? Wenn said. ?We will have one Spanish teacher, Mary Ellen Walker, who will teach at all three elementary schools.
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By Megan O’Neil | December 31, 2009
What we?ll be watching for in the coming year: ?? Mudslides ? More than 4,000 linear feet now line residential streets in La Cañada, and county public works crews are working furiously to keep the city?s 10 debris basins operational, but will it be enough? The Station fire has created perfect conditions for dangerous debris flows. In November, a short deluge sent mud pouring into yards. It all depends on the weather. ?? Station fire investigation ? La Cañada was spared, but the Station fire nevertheless killed two firefighters and destroyed dozens of homes in Big Tujunga Canyon.
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By Seth Amitin | December 3, 2009
North-easterly winds blew dust and ash over La Cañada over the weekend, adding another danger and potential hazard to the residents just south of the Station fire. Dust blew across La Cañada, covering cars and prompting a few residents to seek medical attention for respiratory problems. According to Jet Propulsion Laboratory’s weather station wind charts, the winds peaked at an average of 35 miles per hour—gusting close to 45—on Sunday early morning to mid-day, coming in from the north.
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By Mary O’Keefe | December 18, 2008
The weather outside really was frightful this week as a series of winter storms blew through La Cañada. The first round hit on Monday with rain and cold temperatures with a lull on Tuesday, and then hit again on Wednesday with a prediction of warmer temperatures for the weekend. La Canada looked like a real winter wonderland with snow falling on the foothills of the San Gabriels and residents bundled up for the cold temperatures. “This is definitely sweet,” said Bill Patzert, Jet Propulsion Laboratory climatologist.
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By Mary O’Keefe | August 28, 2008
La Cañada elementary age students at some schools will notice an obvious change while others will see more subtle ones. The most obvious will be at Palm Crest Elementary, where the construction of a new multi-purpose room is well underway. ?It is to be completed by next year,? said Principal Anais Wenn. With its completion, the school will change its lunch schedule from three lunch times to two. ?Our Spanish program will be changing too,? Wenn said. ?We will have one Spanish teacher, Mary Ellen Walker, who will teach at all three elementary schools.
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