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By Charles Rich | February 15, 2007
GLENDALE — Here's one thing worth noting about the Crescenta Valley High boys' soccer team: They don't do things the easy way. It first had to endure a four-hour bus ride and then prepare for its first CIF postseason match in exactly six years after needing to win a play-in game against rival Muir on Friday. The wait — and extra work — proved to be worth it following a grueling three-hour match in Santa Barbara County. Crescenta Valley opened the postseason by defeating Santa Ynez, 1-1 (6-5 on penalty kicks)
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By Jonathan Raber | February 19, 2007
PARAMOUNT ? While it will be a season-ending loss that shows up on the score sheet for the Crescenta Valley High boys' soccer team, there existed far too many positives this year for it to be considered a failure. Despite going on the road and succumbing to fifth-seeded Paramount by a 2-1 margin in Saturday's CIF Southern Section Division III first-round playoff match, the Falcons have little to hang their heads about. "This is farther than any CV boys' team in history has gone," second-year Falcons Coach Randy Lilavois said.
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The Los Angeles Times | August 23, 2011
Warm temperatures and low relative humidity were recorded Tuesday across interior areas of Southern California, heightening brush fire concerns, the National Weather Service said. In Lancaster, the temperature was 102 degrees with relative humidity dropping to 9%. In the San Gabriel Mountains, Chilao reached a high of 90 degrees with relative humidity at 15%. Palm Springs topped out at 114 degrees, with relative humidity dropping to 6%, according to the Weather Service. In the San Bernardino National Forest, Big Pines recorded a high of 85 degrees and relative humidity of 15%. In Santa Barbara County, "sundowner" winds with gusts up to 30 mph are expected Wednesday night and Thursday across the southern coastal and foothill areas.
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By Jennifer Berry | June 17, 2005
Santa Barbara County Sheriff's deputies are taking turns watching a Montrose man under arrest in a Santa Barbara hospital on suspicion of robbing the La Cañada Flintridge Washington Mutual branch June 3. Michael Mason Wolke, 58, was found June 9 in a hotel room in Santa Barbara suffering from a drug overdose and pneumonia. Medical personnel who transported him to the hospital did not know about a $1.17 million warrant issued for his arrest, but Glendale Police Department Det. Keith Soboleski said he received an anonymous phone call that Wolke was in the hospital.
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June 9, 2001
Amber Willard GLENDALE -- The passing caravan of fire engines, vans, old roadsters and a Porsche drew several curious stares Friday as it worked its way through the city. The hodgepodge of vehicles was the annual rally of the Firefighters Quest for Burn Survivors, which has traveled through several central and southern California cities this week to collect donations. The Glendale Firemen's Club donated $4,000 Friday to the more than $50,000 already raised this week.
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By Mary O’Keefe | August 9, 2009
LA CRESCENTA — It is not a question of if, but when the next major wildfire will occur in Los Angeles County, fire officials say. And so on Saturday, several agencies will combine to prepare residents for the inevitable. The L.A. County Fire Department has planned a “Living in the Fire Zone” expo from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Aug. 8 at Memorial Park in La Cañada. The event will focus on fire education and preparedness. The expo is a collaborative effort that includes the Town Council, the Crescenta Valley Fire Safety Council and Supervisor Mike Antonovich’s office, L.A. County Fire spokeswoman Stephanie English said.
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By Mary O’Keefe | August 8, 2009
LA CRESCENTA ? It is not a question of if, but when the next major wildfire will occur in Los Angeles County, fire officials say. And so today, several agencies will combine to prepare residents for the inevitable. The L.A. County Fire Department has planned a ?Living in the Fire Zone? expo from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Memorial Park in La Cañada. The event will focus on fire education and preparedness. The expo is a collaborative effort that includes the Town Council, the Crescenta Valley Fire Safety Council and Supervisor Mike Antonovich?
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By Mary O’Keefe | July 31, 2009
LA CRESCENTA ? It is not a question of if, but when the next major wildfire will occur in Los Angeles County. That was the warning county fire officials delivered to the Crescenta Valley Town Council at its meeting last week. In an effort to be prepared for the inevitable, the L.A. County Fire Department has planned a ?Living in the Fire Zone? expo from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Aug. 8 at Memorial Park in La Cañada. The event will focus on fire education and preparedness. The expo is a collaborative effort that includes the Town Council, the Crescenta Valley Fire Safety Council and Supervisor Mike Antonovich?
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June 19, 2002
Dear Neighborhood Services Department: I am writing this letter to formally express my very serious concerns regarding the drought our state of California is now officially experiencing versus the situation I find myself in with very conflicting information from our city. Firefighting officials have predicted an extreme fire season this year, as we experience our driest season on record since 1962. I was recently given a "fix-it" citation for "lack of living material (s)"
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By Jonathan Raber | February 19, 2007
PARAMOUNT ? While it will be a season-ending loss that shows up on the score sheet for the Crescenta Valley High boys' soccer team, there existed far too many positives this year for it to be considered a failure. Despite going on the road and succumbing to fifth-seeded Paramount by a 2-1 margin in Saturday's CIF Southern Section Division III first-round playoff match, the Falcons have little to hang their heads about. "This is farther than any CV boys' team in history has gone," second-year Falcons Coach Randy Lilavois said.
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By Charles Rich | February 15, 2007
GLENDALE — Here's one thing worth noting about the Crescenta Valley High boys' soccer team: They don't do things the easy way. It first had to endure a four-hour bus ride and then prepare for its first CIF postseason match in exactly six years after needing to win a play-in game against rival Muir on Friday. The wait — and extra work — proved to be worth it following a grueling three-hour match in Santa Barbara County. Crescenta Valley opened the postseason by defeating Santa Ynez, 1-1 (6-5 on penalty kicks)
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