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Calendar! For week of Oct 30

Editor’s Pick Halloween Fright Day at the Santa Anita Race Track October 31st – Halloween Fright Day at the Santa Anita Race Track (258 W. Huntington Dr.) from 12:00 p.m.…

Lifeline For Pets Cat of the Week: SAFFRON

Female, Brown Tabby/Abyssinian Born 5/2013 SAFFRON is a young, friendly, smart sweetheart. Abandoned early this year with 6 kittens, Lifeline stepped in and rescued the entire family. All her kittens…

Social Whirl for 10/30/14

Faces from the Crystal Ball: #1 Honorees and power couple Supervisor Michael Antonovich and his beautiful wife Christine. #2 L-R Allison Segal Longenecker, former Arcadia First Lady Lee Segal, and…

Starting Over, Over, Over, Again

“Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.” Winston Churchill The saying above is one that I live by, in fact, it…

Deadline Met

by Dorothy Denne My submission deadline looms and I have not a line written nor an idea in mind. The reason is that I have been reading when I should…

Dear Editor: Dishonesty from Napolitano

Dear Editor: I am an honorably discharged military veteran (1964-1970). I volunteered in the Vietnam War and served to support our democratic system. Now, I find that our Congressional rep,…

Dear Editor: National Monument for whom?

Dear Editor: There is an old saying, “In a free society the people deserve the government that they have.” There is another saying, “America is a country of the people,…

Dear Editor: National Monument event “Gobbledygook”

Dear Editor: Here’s a hat-tip to the Weekly and Mr. Miller for the Oct. 23 article about the actions of Congresswoman Chu and President Obama to re-designate nearby federal land…

Dear Editor: Does Chu represent us?

Dear Editor: What was Ms. Chu’s true motive to ask President Obama on August 18, 2014 to use his executive power to fast-track our mountains to pass her bill #R4858…

Maranatha High School Theater Goes Back Stage at APU

Maranatha High School Theater Goes Back Stage at APU

Maranatha High School’s Theater 1-3 courses recently traveled to Azusa Pacific University (APU) to attend a performance of Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” by their theater company. The purpose of the trip…

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