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By Dan Evans, dan.evans@latimes.com | February 8, 2014
This coming week is a pretty big one for our publication. If you missed the editor's note last week, here's a recap in form of an editor's column: The Glendale News-Press will see the most changes. We are ceasing publication of the Sunday edition - Feb. 9 will be the final one - and replacing it with a larger, more in-depth edition on Saturdays. This new edition, called "Weekend" will have all of the Sunday features, including the always popular "In Theory" column and Marquee, our award-winning arts and entertainment section.
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NEWS
July 10, 2004
KATHERINE YAMADA Jessup Certified Farms, established in 1919 by Roger W. Jessup with just 40 cows, brought acclaim to Glendale as one of the largest individually owned dairies in the United States. By the 1960s, more than 1,200 cows were milked twice a day on the 27-acre dairy. Jessup was a young man living in Salt Lake City, working at a newspaper and raising a few cattle on the side, when he met and fell in love with Marguerite Rice, who had just spent the winter in San Diego with an aunt and uncle.
NEWS
July 16, 2002
A hazardous materials unit was called in Saturday after workers tried to hose down a chemical spill, pushing the liquid toward a storm drain, Glendale Fire officials said. Workers at Chromatic Lithographers, 127 Concord St., were unloading a delivery truck on Friday when they dropped a 55-gallon drum of printing chemicals. They hosed the liquid down an alley and toward a storm drain, where loose debris and leaves soaked up the chemicals, preventing it from leaking into the Los Angeles River.
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July 19, 2001
Amber Willard NORTHWEST GLENDALE -- A paramedic treating a man for a seizure apparently heard another man threaten to come back to the area and shoot people. Avetis Aladzhadzhyan, 25, was arrested Tuesday morning after Glendale Police blocked off a few city streets around Hale Street and Thompson Avenue. The Van Nuys man allegedly made the threat after being asked to move his delivery truck so an ambulance could treat a man in a parking lot at 918 Thompson Ave. Aladzhadzhyan was confronted by two men who asked him to move the truck and a brief scuffle ensued before he relocated it, police said.
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December 22, 2006
LOS ANGELES -- An unidentified woman fell 50 feet into the Los Angeles River after she was ejected from her vehicle Friday morning following a collision on the Colorado Street interchange near the Golden State (5) Freeway. The woman lost control of her Mercedes sedan while exiting eastbound off the freeway at an "unknown rate" of speed, crossed over a raised median and was struck on the passenger side by a westbound delivery truck shortly before 8 a.m., California Highway Patrol Officer Derrick Peterson said.
NEWS
September 1, 2000
Claudia Peschiutta DOWNTOWN -- In a restaurant where the Southwest chicken sandwich, grilled chicken quesadilla and grilled chicken Caesar salad are among the most popular items, there is one thing the chef always needs: chicken. Kevin MacLaren, executive chef at Canyon Cafe, was forced to face the nightmarish possibility of a lunch-hour rush without chicken Thursday when a delivery truck fell more than two hours behind schedule. "Chicken is on about 80% of my menu and not having chicken, it's almost useless to open the doors," he said.
NEWS
January 8, 2004
The following information was taken from police reports: Glenoaks Boulevard and Alameda Avenue: A 27-year-old Eagle Rock man was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol. 1100 block of Rossmoyne Avenue: A Glendale woman reported Tuesday that her 1994 BMW 530i was stolen. 1900 block of Vassar Street: A Glendale man reported Tuesday that his Ruger .22-caliber handgun and 1,000 rounds, worth $250 together, were stolen from his apartment.
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By: Bryce Alderton | August 4, 2005
Memorial services for Michael Musso, a wide receiver on Orange Coast College's football team, will be held at 10 a.m. today at First Baptist Church of Fountain Valley. Musso, 19, died from injuries sustained following a four-car collision on Beach Boulevard in Huntington Beach Friday. Musso was thrown from the GTO in which he was a passenger and died en route to the hospital. Patrick Nance, a former Fountain Valley High teammate of Musso who was reportedly driving the car when the collision occurred, is recovering at Kaiser Hospital in Anaheim.
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