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October 13, 2009
The 2010 Tournament of Roses Royal Court was announced Monday. The seven members of the court were selected from a group of 26 finalists and will represent the organization in events leading up to the 121st Rose Parade and the 96th Rose Bowl on Jan. 1. The final court includes: Ashley Thaxton, 17, Altadena, John Marshall Fundamental High School; Kinsey Stuart, 18, South Pasadena, Pasadena City College; Katherine Hernandez, 18, Pasadena, Flintridge Sacred...
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March 2, 2007
Army Sgt. Charles Alexandre has been named the 6th Air Defense Artillery Brigade Noncommissioned Officer of the Quarter. Selection was based on the individual's exemplary duty performance, job knowledge, leadership qualities, significant self-improvement, specific achievements, notable accomplishments, and community service and support. Alexandre is a brigade driver assigned to the Headquarter Battalion, Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas. The sergeant has served in the military for seven years.
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October 12, 2002
Twelve La Canada Flintridge girls have a chance to be princesses on the 2003 Tournament of Roses Court, it was announced Thursday. The girls are among the 38 finalists who will vie for positions on the court, which will be announced Monday at the Tournament House in Pasadena. In the top row, from left to right, are Monique Evenson (La Salle High School), Anjali Agrawal (La Salle High School), Candace Jacobs (Blair High School), Valerie Ho (Arcadia High School)
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By Bianca P. Gallegos | March 9, 2007
Amid salsa dancing, pirate-fighting and chili tasting, culinary arts students from nine area high schools became pioneers for the inaugural chili cook-off at Glendale Community College. "It's been quite a learning experience for all of us," said Sarah Harms, culinary arts advisor for Crescenta Valley High School. "The lessons the students have learned from this have been amazing. When you don't know what to expect and [have to] learn how to deal with last-minute change, it really prepares you for the real world."
NEWS
October 10, 2003
Gary Moskowitz Ted Hubert, a 1935 Hoover High School graduate and World War II veteran, will be honored as an American hero today at the school's homecoming football game. Hubert's visit is part of the school's 75th anniversary celebration this year. Co-principal Kevin Welsh will introduce Hubert to the crowd at the 3:30 p.m. game at Ferguson Field at the school, 651 Glen- wood Road. Hoover will play against Pasadena's Blair High School. The game is open to the public.
SPORTS
June 15, 2007
Just because class is over doesn't mean you've got nothing to do. The foothill area is home to a series of youth sports camps and activities in the summer, providing options for nearly every child to find a program he or she will enjoy. Summer sports camps are also a great way for kids to stay active in a supervised environment. Brian Cook Basketball Camp The second annual Brian Cook Basketball Camp will consist of learning drills and competing in contests to improve ball handling and shooting skills.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Ron Kaye | July 20, 2013
Joanne Nuckols has put the people she calls "transportation bullies" in their place for decades. She reels off the long, sordid history of South Pasadena's fight against extending the 710 Freeway through her town, lawsuit by lawsuit, injunction by injunction, community action by community action, as the grassroots movement spread to include residents all along the corridor. On Saturday, Nuckols and dozens of other activists joined by a cadre of elected officials from Glendale, La CaƱada, Pasadena and South Pasadena were to stage a rally and press conference at Blair High School in Pasadena before the start of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority's community meeting intended to sell the public on the virtue of a multi-billion-dollar, four-mile tunnel from Alhambra to Pasadena.
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October 13, 2009
The 2010 Tournament of Roses Royal Court was announced Monday. The seven members of the court were selected from a group of 26 finalists and will represent the organization in events leading up to the 121st Rose Parade and the 96th Rose Bowl on Jan. 1. The final court includes: Ashley Thaxton, 17, Altadena, John Marshall Fundamental High School; Kinsey Stuart, 18, South Pasadena, Pasadena City College; Katherine Hernandez, 18, Pasadena, Flintridge Sacred...
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