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May 16, 2000
Peter Samore GLENDALE -- Jeff Osborn's phenomenal season continued Monday in Santa Barbara at the Montecito Country Club. The Flintridge Prep School sophomore fired a one-over par 72 at the CIF Northern Regionals. He tied for fourth with three others. Osborn now qualifies for the CIF Finals this Monday in Palm Springs at the Canyon Country Club. "The course had tough greens with subtle breaks," Flintridge Prep Coach Bob Loughrie said. "Some kids missed putts by fractions of an inch.
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By Anthony Kim | April 4, 2007
GLENDALE — Incumbent Mary Boger and top-money raiser Nayiri Nahabedian won seats on the Glendale Unified School District board, but candidate Todd Hunt lost the second seat to Nahabedian by just 29 votes. Tony Tartaglia and Vahe Peroomian returned to their seats on the Glendale Community College Board of Trustees, but challenger Christine Rodriguez nearly closed the gap coming within 172 votes of Peroomian. The race for the two open seats on the Glendale Unified School District Board of Education was a dash for second place.
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By Anthony Kim | January 12, 2007
NORTHWEST GLENDALE — Five teenagers stranded in Brand Park for more than four hours were rescued on Thursday, after a search hindered by high winds and nightfall ended with a Los Angeles Sheriff's Department helicopter lifting them to safety. Four boys and one girl, all between 14 and 15 in age, who went up one of the park's trails at about 1 p.m., called 911 with their cellphones at 5:42 p.m. after one of the boys received an injury to his ankle, Glendale Fire Capt. Jim Frawley said.
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By Anthony Kim | January 5, 2007
GLENDALE — Dawn Lindsay's office still contained some of the previous occupant's belongings Thursday, her first day as vice president of instructional services for Glendale Community College. But a couple of flower arrangements from her colleagues lent the room her own personal touch. Lindsay officially took over on Thursday the position previously held by Steve White for five years. White, who first came to the college in 1984 as an economics professor, retired on Dec. 31. The new vice president's first day in office, which was mostly filled with staff meetings, was aimed at getting accustomed to Glendale school life.
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By Anthony Kim | January 27, 2007
GLENDALE — The Glendale Community Foundation has embarked on a nationwide search for the successor to its former executive director, the late Tom Miller. But foundation officers are leaning toward a Glendale figure for the job. "[The new executive director] would ideally be someone in the community, but we are letting everyone know that we are looking to fill the position," foundation President Doris Boyer said. Interviews will begin sometime in February and the foundation will make a decision by early March, Boyer said.
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By Anthony Kim | May 19, 2007
The quest for the best at Glendale Community College's second-ever academic decathlon was a festive affair Friday night. Nearly 100 spectators watched in the college's Verdugo Gym as 18 teams representing various campus clubs and organizations vied for the top prize of $500 for the team, plus $100 for each team member. But even with money on the line, the teams kept the games cheerful — like the campus' French Club team, who waived the French tricolor flag and cheered themselves on, even as they came in last.
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By Anthony Kim | March 2, 2007
More than 400 students and family members wore pajamas Thursday night at John Muir Elementary, kicking off a national reading event that almost all Glendale schools will participate in today. A Glendale police officer, a doctor, an actor, school board member and Muir Elementary faculty volunteered to read for the evening. They kicked off the National Education Assn.'s Read Across America celebration a day early at Muir. Anna Gasparyan, 8, brought her stuffed teddy bear, Emily, as a guest to the reading event.
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By Anthony Kim | November 21, 2006
GLENDALE — Having received the top ranking during every step in the selection process, Dawn Lindsay will become the next vice president of instruction for the Glendale Community College. The Glendale Community College Board of Trustees unanimously approved Superintendent/President Audre Levy's recommendation in favor of Lindsay during the closed session of the board meeting on Monday. "Her energy and her enthusiasm was recognized and it was the best match to the position," Levy said.
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By Anthony Kim | November 3, 2006
LOS ANGELES — A superior court judge set a Nov. 15 deadline on Thursday for Grand View Memorial Park officials to move all cemetery records to a document depository. Cemetery owner and former operator Marsha Lee Howard, her attorney and those representing the cemetery must move all the records to a holding facility in less than two weeks, Judge Anthony Mohr said. An investigation of Grand View began in November 2005 after a state inspector in October 2005 uncovered a closet filled with the cremated remains of about 4,000 people who were never buried or properly disposed of, many of which dated back to the 1930s, '40s, '50s and '60s, said Kevin Flanagan, a spokesman for the California Department of Consumer Affairs.
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By Anthony Kim | May 19, 2007
The quest for the best at Glendale Community College's second-ever academic decathlon was a festive affair Friday night. Nearly 100 spectators watched in the college's Verdugo Gym as 18 teams representing various campus clubs and organizations vied for the top prize of $500 for the team, plus $100 for each team member. But even with money on the line, the teams kept the games cheerful — like the campus' French Club team, who waived the French tricolor flag and cheered themselves on, even as they came in last.
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By Anthony Kim | May 8, 2007
GLENDALE — A comedy cabaret show that ranged from edgy to lighthearted helped raise funds for the final week of commemorations on a more serious matter. Nearing the end of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Glendale YWCA organizers opened their doors Friday night for a one-woman cabaret show called "Pomegranate Whiskey." Lory Tatoulian's show opened with a thinly veiled criticism on the Iraq War as she impersonated a Midwestern cosmetics salesman who touted the virtues of "taking over and making over."
NEWS
By Anthony Kim | April 4, 2007
GLENDALE — Incumbent Mary Boger and top-money raiser Nayiri Nahabedian won seats on the Glendale Unified School District board, but candidate Todd Hunt lost the second seat to Nahabedian by just 29 votes. Tony Tartaglia and Vahe Peroomian returned to their seats on the Glendale Community College Board of Trustees, but challenger Christine Rodriguez nearly closed the gap coming within 172 votes of Peroomian. The race for the two open seats on the Glendale Unified School District Board of Education was a dash for second place.
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By Anthony Kim | March 31, 2007
Brandon Lepe didn't go home after school on Friday. Instead, he settled down at a desk with a group of classmates and readied himself for the afternoon's activities. "I talk with friends and I can actually do stuff here," the 9-year-old Franklin Elementary student said. He is a student in the school's early education and extended learning program, which opened at Franklin last month. The program is possible through a grant from the California Department of Education, which announced on Thursday $550 million to fund after-school education and safety programs.
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By Anthony Kim | March 23, 2007
Napping, listening to music and practicing steps in front of a mirror on Thursday, Glendale High School dance students geared up for what they hope will be their ninth first-place at the largest dance and drill competitions on the West Coast. Amberly Simpson, 14, was sewing something onto a teammate's costume while chatting with a friend. "Being here has opened me up to what dancing is really about," she said. But in contrast to their calm demeanor, Amberly and her fellow squad members said they feel the weight of upholding an eight-year legacy.
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By Anthony Kim | March 2, 2007
More than 400 students and family members wore pajamas Thursday night at John Muir Elementary, kicking off a national reading event that almost all Glendale schools will participate in today. A Glendale police officer, a doctor, an actor, school board member and Muir Elementary faculty volunteered to read for the evening. They kicked off the National Education Assn.'s Read Across America celebration a day early at Muir. Anna Gasparyan, 8, brought her stuffed teddy bear, Emily, as a guest to the reading event.
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By Anthony Kim | March 2, 2007
Hiking up the rolling hills of Forest Lawn cemetery to see the copy of Michelangelo's statue of David, 8-year-old Glenn Bersabe recalled a presentation made by Michelangelo and Leonardo Da Vinci earlier in the day. "Da Vinci made the painting, 'The Last Supper,'" he said. "I didn't know that, but now I do. And Michelangelo made the painting in the Sistine Chapel." He and his fellow third-grade students from Cerritos Elementary School trekked up to the Great Mausoleum Thursday to see Da Vinci and Michelangelo talk about their art and their lives.
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By Anthony Kim | February 26, 2007
Walter J. Haase Jr.'s current world affairs class was often full of controversial topics, heated debates and political tirades. On Tuesday, his students thanked him for the chance to be a part of that. "Some people at times had diverse opinions," said Beverly Cook, 74, one of Haase's students at the Pacific Park Community Center. "Not everybody thinks the same and you change your mind as your grow. So the class brought for me a thirst — I want more knowledge." The longtime educator and La Crescenta resident's last class at Pacific Park Community Center ended on Tuesday with a round of warm goodbyes from his students.
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