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April 28, 2001
Amber Willard RANCHO CUCAMONGA -- A judge on Friday delayed the sentencing of a Glendale Police official convicted of threatening his then-wife with a handgun. Chahe Keuroghelian, a civilian employee in the agency's community relations office, is scheduled to return to the courtroom in Rancho Cucamonga on May 18 for sentencing. Although he is appealing his conviction, the charge carries a mandatory three-month jail sentence, officials said. Keuroghelian has been on paid leave from the department since August.
NEWS
August 5, 2000
Jenna Bordelon GLENDALE -- The trial of a civilian Glendale police spokesman accused of domestic violencre has been delayed for the fifth time since December, 1999. Criminal court officials said the trial of civilian Glendale police spokesman Chahe Keuroghelian will be delayed until Sept. 1 in Division Four of the San Bernadino County Courthouse in Rancho Cucamonga. The cause of the delay was not known, court officials said. Defense attorney Mark Geragos could not be reached for comment.
NEWS
January 10, 2004
Nicholas Farr, the son of Douglas and Naomi Farr of La Crescenta, is attending UC Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco. He graduated with a bachelor's degree in philosophy in June from Northwestern University in Evanston, Ill. It took only three years for him to graduate from college because he entered Northwestern as a second quarter sophomore due to credits for multiple Advanced Placement courses taken at...
NEWS
January 27, 2005
EMERGENCY CONTRACT FOR FLOOD DAMAGE REPAIR Because three weeks of heavy rain flooded parts of Glendale Community College, $30,000 in damage to the campus needed to be repaired. WHAT IT MEANS The emergency contract will allow college officials to get the damage repaired immediately without going to bid. VOTE: 5-0 APPROVAL OF ARTIFICIAL TURF PURCHASE As part of the renovations for the college's stadium, an artificial turf field was to be installed.
NEWS
April 12, 2001
Mirjam Swanson SOUTHEAST GLENDALE -- It didn't rain, at least. The threat was certainly there, all dark and ominous. But nonetheless, the Rancho Cucamonga baseball team failed to do more than sprinkle insult on the thin, struggling Hoover squad Wednesday in the Cougars' 6-3 win in the Babe Herman Tournament game at Glendale High. In the American Division game, Rancho Cucamonga (8-9) took on a pitcher who was making his first career high school start, but they couldn't break open the game, couldn't find a way to pour on the offense.
NEWS
August 19, 2004
A man accused of stealing the personal information of Glendale workers to obtain credit cards pleaded not guilty Wednesday to six counts of forgery and one count of grand theft, authorities said. Richard Beltran, 42, of Rancho Cucamonga, was scheduled to return to West Covina Superior Court on Sept. 7 when a date for his preliminary hearing will be set. Glendale Police are investigating if there was a connection between Beltran and Catrina Vallejo, a 21-year-old former city employee who was arrested on the same charges.
NEWS
November 6, 2001
Erik Boal CERRITOS -- It has been well-documented, probably to the point that seventh-year Coach Tom Gossard has lost some sleep over the matter during the offseason. So here it is again. Despite being the area's strongest girls' tennis team during Gossard's tenure and the three-time defending Pacific League champions, Crescenta Valley hasn't advanced past the first round of the CIF Southern Section Division II playoffs since 1996. But this year's Falcon squad, which ran its streak of regular-season victories to 42 and secured the top two positions in singles and the runner-up in doubles at Thursday's league tournament, might have enough to get Gossard over the hump.
NEWS
January 7, 2004
DAVID SILVA Wading through the endless "year in review" articles in every newspaper and TV news program, I couldn't help but think about my own momentous experiences of 2003. For better or worse, it was a big year for me. I started a new job, lost a roommate but gained a valley, and, perhaps most importantly, finally figured out how to get the DVD player and VCR working as a team. So here it is, my very own "Year in Review": Jan. 1, 2003: I begin the new year filled with high hopes, then suffer an immediate setback when I get stuck in Rose Bowl traffic for two hours.
NEWS
August 6, 2002
BASEBALL La Crescenta Knights in Sylmar Tournament: Richard Carroll's squad fell in the championship game of the Sylmar Tournament to the host Sylmar Jayhawks, 10-8, on Saturday. The locals couldn't hold on to an 8-7 lead in the late innings and suffered the setback. Sylmar opened the game with four runs in the first and added two more in the second against the usually dominant Dustin Emmons. However, the Knights would not go down quietly.
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SPORTS
By Charles Rich and Andrew Shortall | September 19, 2012
The following are previews of the area's upcoming high school football games this week. There's normally been plenty of intrigue when the Crescenta Valley High football team meets Muir. Throughout the years, the Falcons and Mustangs have vied for Pacific League championships and have had their share of top-caliber athletes record excellent performances on both sides of the ball. Don't expect that to change when the teams collide again at 7 p.m. Friday at Muir in a league opener for both teams.
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SPORTS
By Charles Rich | September 22, 2009
Once Hakop Kaplanyan hears the opening whistle, he’s in full control. Whether it’s setting up for a shot or breaking up a pass, there’s a competitive spirit that doesn’t escape the standout sophomore Hoover High boys’ water polo player. It’s a knack that not all underclassmen athletes have and something Kaplanyan doesn’t want to surrender. What Kaplanyan has done is make Hoover a competitive team, one that qualified for the CIF Southern Section Division VI playoffs.
SPORTS
By Charles Rich | April 21, 2008
GLENDALE — The following are updates on area athletes in minor league baseball .   Trevor Bell (Crescenta Valley High, 2005) Rancho Cucamonga Quakes, starting pitcher: Bell, a former All-Area Player of the Year and James H. Jenkins Male Athlete of the Year selection, hasn’t missed a beat so far in his first stint with the Quakes, the Class-A advanced affiliate of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. Bell, who pitched for the Cedar Rapids Kernals in the Class A Midwest League last season, picked up his first win of the season Thursday after the Quakes posted a 4-0 victory against the Visalia Oaks in the first of a four-game set. The hard-throwing right-hander took a no-hitter into the sixth inning when lead-off hitter Pedro Ciriaco broke it up with a sharp single with two outs.
SPORTS
By Charles Rich | November 12, 2007
GLENDALE — They’ve proven throughout the month to be among the best of a select group. Sarah Salvo and Christine Cho would now like to further validate that point with the possibility of playing for state supremacy. Salvo and Cho will compete at 8 a.m. today in the CIF-Women’s Southern California Golf Assn. Championship at The SCGA Golf Course in Murrieta. The top six scores from today’s 18-round hole will qualify for the WSCGA-CIF State Championship, which will take place at 8 a.m. Thursday at Poppy Hills Country club in Pebble Beach.
NEWS
March 9, 2007
Joined by former NASA astronaut Sally Ride, state Sen. Jack Scott (D-Pasadena) introduced the California Math and Science Teacher Initiative on Wednesday. The legislation, which includes three Senate bills, aims to recruit and retain qualified math and science teachers in California public schools. The initiative was inspired by a legislative hearing on math and science — where Ride was a guest speaker — held by Scott and former Assemblywoman Carol Liu at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in La CaƱada Flintridge last year, Scott's spokesperson said.
SPORTS
By Jonathan Raber | October 19, 2006
Arnold Palmer once said, "Golf is a game of inches." One inch can be the difference between a perfect lie and a buried one, a straight putt and a crooked one, a birdie and a par. Christine Cho understands the importance of inches. Her drives are straight, her irons are crisp and her putts are pure. Palmer's quote goes on to say, "[But] the most important are the six inches between your ears." And perhaps that is the finest part of the Crescenta Valley High junior's game.
NEWS
By: Darleene Barrientos | August 26, 2005
Rep. David Dreier, along with the mayor of Los Angeles and the governor, are in support of banning human cloning, but not to the point that it would prohibit stem cell research and cripple California's new $3-billion embryonic stem cell agency. The bipartisan alliance presented a united front Tuesday during a news conference to declare their support for a bill co-sponsored by Sen. Dianne Feinstein that would make human reproductive cloning or attempts to clone humans a federal crime.
NEWS
August 17, 2005
HAMLET NALBANDYAN Every once in a while -- OK, it's more like once every 30 seconds -- I can't help but feel good about the place I live. My friends call me a Glendale snob, and they're absolutely right. I love Glendale, and I've even got a sticker to prove it. You know that Randy Newman song that's played after every L.A. sporting event, the one that goes "I love L.A., da-da-da-da-da-da-da ... we love it." Well, I replace L.A. with Glendale, and it works perfectly.
NEWS
January 27, 2005
EMERGENCY CONTRACT FOR FLOOD DAMAGE REPAIR Because three weeks of heavy rain flooded parts of Glendale Community College, $30,000 in damage to the campus needed to be repaired. WHAT IT MEANS The emergency contract will allow college officials to get the damage repaired immediately without going to bid. VOTE: 5-0 APPROVAL OF ARTIFICIAL TURF PURCHASE As part of the renovations for the college's stadium, an artificial turf field was to be installed.
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