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City Manager Appoints New GM for Water & Power Department
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City Manager Appoints New GM for Water & Power Department

  City Manager Steve Mermell today announced he has appointed Mr. Gurcharan S. Bawa as the new General Manager for the City’s Water and Power Department.  Mr. Bawa has been with Pasadena Water and Power (PWP) since joining the City in 1992 as an associate engineer.  He has advanced steadily though the department with a…

Blair Cold From Three as West Wins 4AA Title
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Blair Cold From Three as West Wins 4AA Title

Will host Palisades in state playoffs By Christian Romo No CIF banners hang in Blair’s gymnasium. There are a few league championship banners for the boys basketball program, a few for the girls, and a hall of fame in the southeast corner, but no CIF banner. For over 50 years, save for two championship appearances…

Beacon Media News’ Survey Winner Takes Home $500 in Cash & Prizes
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Beacon Media News’ Survey Winner Takes Home $500 in Cash & Prizes

Congratulations to the Yanez Family of Arcadia for winning our Reader Rewards grand prize Beacon Media News would like to congratulate Joanna Yanez, her husband Fernando and their 3-year-old son Dante who are our Grand Prize winners. Recently, Beacon Media News ran what we benevolently dubbed ‘Readers Rewards’- a canvassing campaign that ran 2 months…

The Pasadena Playhouse Presents Two Powerful Political Plays
Arts & Entertainment

The Pasadena Playhouse Presents Two Powerful Political Plays

The Pasadena Playhouse (Danny Feldman, producing artistic director and Sheldon Epps, artistic director emeritus) announced today that they will present THE ORIGINALIST and HOLD THESE TRUTHS as part of the theater’s 2016-2017 Season. THE ORIGINALIST, by John Strand (Charles MacArthur Award-winning Lovers and Executioners), directed by Molly Smith (Camp David and Artistic Director of Arena…

Friends in Deed the Big Winner in High Point’s ‘Souper Bowl’
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Friends in Deed the Big Winner in High Point’s ‘Souper Bowl’

High Point Academy’s third graders served souped-up signs at carline one recent Friday to kick off their traditional “Souper Bowl” competition. Enthusiastic participants donated cans and cans of hearty soups in the names of their favorite Super Bowl teams as they pulled up to the school, while third graders manned tables decorated with team banners…

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