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Digital Issue 10.16.14

Digital Issue 10.16.14

Here is the paper for Thursday, October 16, 2014. Check back every Friday to get your copy on your computer, Smartphone, eReader or tablet to take with you on-the-go! If it works or doesn’t work on your device, let us know and we can make a note of it to improve the experience, or if [...]

GFD Holds Annual Awards Luncheon

GFD Holds Annual Awards Luncheon

Safety personnel and students recognized for their heroic work.
By Jason KUROSU
The Glendale Fire Dept. held its annual awards luncheon at the Glendale Hilton Hotel, honoring those working on the front lines fighting local fires, as well as those behind the scenes who keep the fire department running.
“This is your fire department and we do put [...]

John Armstrong Marshall

John Armstrong Marshall

Aug.11, 1932 – Oct. 4, 2014
On Oct. 4, John Armstrong Marshall died peacefully surrounded by the love of family and friends.
John was born on Aug. 11, 1932 in the small town of Darlington, Indiana. His parents, Charles Marshall and Pauline Cox, raised John and his sister Janet in the Darlington house where his father was [...]

Magnolia House a Great Date That Won’t Break the Bank

Magnolia House a Great Date That Won’t Break the Bank

By Charly SHELTON
Magnolia House hasn’t opened yet. I know by the time you are done reading this, you will be getting in your car to go visit but, alas, you must wait until they open their doors sometime next week.
On the corner of Lake Avenue and San Pasqual Street (just north of California) sits a [...]

Relaxing on the Palm Springs Riviera

Relaxing on the Palm Springs Riviera

By Greg ARAGON
Palm Springs is not only an exciting desert resort community, but the city also offers a fascinating glimpse into the hip, Hollywood glam days of the 1960s when celebrities came to escape the limelight and relax by the pool in sleek, mid-century modern structures.
A friend and I began a recent getaway to the [...]

National Monument Designation Brings Celebration and Opposition

National Monument Designation Brings Celebration and Opposition

By Jason KUROSU
On Monday, President Obama signed an executive order deeming 350,000 acres of the San Gabriel Mountains a national monument, a move which supporters say will create greater access to the area and allow for greater protections of the land. It is the 13th time Obama has designated a national monument and the 11th [...]

Students Surprised with i-Ready

Students Surprised with i-Ready

By Joyce LEE, intern
Along with the major changes in the education world, including the new Common Core standards, students of the Glendale Unified School District (GUSD) were surprised when given the i-Ready Universal Diagnostic Assessment. The Assessment embodies the new era of technology integrated with education, as students use computers and Google Chrome notebooks to [...]

Families Put on Walking Shoes for Annual Walk to School Day

Families Put on Walking Shoes for Annual Walk to School Day

By Mary O’KEEFE
On Oct. 8, Glendale Unified School District students joined children across the world for International Walk to School Day.
All the GUSD schools and several private schools joined in the walk. It is estimated that throughout the United States over 5,000 schools participated in the healthy event.
The International Walk and Bike to School Day [...]

from the desk of the publisher

from the desk of the publisher

A ‘Season’ to Last All Year Long
In Melinda Clarke’s article for the Montrose-Verdugo City Chamber of Commerce on page 25, she reminds us that we’re entering a season of “thanks and giving.” She wrote of the ways that the chamber gives back to the community and how each of us can lend a helping hand [...]

German Students Welcomed

German Students Welcomed

Students in Kathy Markarian’s German classes at Crescenta Valley High School had the opportunity to exchange language skills and celebrate cultural differences as part of an exchange program between students of German at CVHS and their counterparts studying English at Gymnassium Phillippinum in Marburg, Germany. The 12 students traveling from Marburg were welcomed by their [...]


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